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posted on 8-10-2005 at 06:42 PM Reply With Quote
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Well the draws out and its not good reading!! Vera will play Maria Kirilenko in the 1st round!! With either Kuznetsova or a qualifier in the 2nd!!

Kirilenko is one of the most inform people on the tour at the moment, and even though shes played alot of tennis lately, youd be amazed how tiredness just vanishes from your mind when your playing with so much confidence!! I think Kirilenko is a terrible draw for Vera!!

Vera will have to play very, very well if shes to win and im not sure if shes ready for a challenge like that quite yet!! :(




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posted on 8-10-2005 at 11:50 PM Reply With Quote


Yeah that is a shocker of a draw for Vera. Lets just hope that she gained enough confidence and match practise leading into this. It will be tough but she has every chance
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Bepa v Little Maria - what a mouthwatering match! :):)

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posted on 9-10-2005 at 02:28 AM Reply With Quote


I hate to see that matchup with Little Maria so early. But really, it's a tough draw all the way. Kirilenko, Kuznetsova, Mauresmo, with Dementieva or Myskina (or even Linetskaya) in the SF. Followed most likely by Sharapova in the Final. (Altho' Maria S. committed to the tournament in May, I didn't expect her to be there since she retired against Maria K. in Beijing, with that famous pectoral strain.)

If Bepa makes it to the final, she'll have great incentive to avenge her loss to Big Maria last year in the YEC.

Man! All my favorite Russians in the tournament! :P I wish I was there! :(:(

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posted on 9-10-2005 at 09:37 AM Reply With Quote


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Bepa v Little Maria - what a mouthwatering match! :):)


Mouthwatering to the eye, thats for sure!! :D

I think you could only top that with Dementieva vs Kirilenko!! :D




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posted on 10-10-2005 at 05:21 AM Reply With Quote


What a draw! I hope that Vera is already able to give her a great battle. With that draw now even a first round win would be great already!
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posted on 11-10-2005 at 04:31 AM Reply With Quote


Looks like Vera's first appearance is in doubles with Elena L.

4th match on Court 1 tomorrow. They play Morariu and Schnyder. I would guess about 3pm.

Alicia Molik and Samantha Stosur have to play each other tomorrow. How's that for luck of the draw?

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posted on 11-10-2005 at 05:51 PM Reply With Quote


Vera and Elena won their 1st round doubles match against Schnyder and Morariu 6/3 7/5!! :D

Lets hope for some more luck tomorrow!! :)




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posted on 11-10-2005 at 07:28 PM Reply With Quote


Congrats to Lena & Vera! :)

Vera and Little Maria are first up on Court 1 tomorrow, 11:00am.

GO BEPA!!! (sorry, Maria.)
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posted on 12-10-2005 at 05:09 AM Reply With Quote


Great start into the doubles here, so I hope she is ready for facing Kirilenko now. Good luck!
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posted on 12-10-2005 at 07:26 AM Reply With Quote


You can try to watch this match at http://kremlincup.comstar.ru/screen_1.html
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posted on 12-10-2005 at 08:43 AM Reply With Quote


Great win! 6:2 6:3!
She was already up 5:1 in the first, then lost her serve and broke back for the set.
In the 2nd she was 2:3 down with a break, broke back, fought hard for the 4:3 and then had no big troubles anymore. Well done!
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posted on 12-10-2005 at 09:16 AM Reply With Quote


That is a fantastic win, though didnt get to watch it cause i couldnt get the video thing to work!! :(

I never thought it would be that comfortable though, well done Vera!!

Bring on Kuznetsova now!! :)




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posted on 12-10-2005 at 11:49 AM Reply With Quote


Yeah well done, I saw a part of the second set on the internet and it looked pretty good. :)



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posted on 12-10-2005 at 03:04 PM Reply With Quote


A convincing start for Vera! :):) Unfortunately, I was unable to stay up to watch it.

Hey Sacha, your girl Michaella won Tashkent last week. Unfortunately, she and Dementieva lost their doubles match in Moscow to Douchevina/Safina.

Hopefully Vera's next match will be scheduled in late afternoon so I can catch it here on the internet.

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posted on 12-10-2005 at 06:59 PM Reply With Quote


Apperently http://kremlincup.comstar.ru/screen_1.html is a link to the camera that looks to the court 1.

I would guess that other (and they have other too) would look like:
http://kremlincup.comstar.ru/screen_2.html for court 2

and so on. Center court should be http://kremlincup.comstar.ru/screen.html
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http://kremlincup.comstar.ru/screen_c.html.

I will check when I come back home (I am at work now...).

All these links supposed to work at 56K speed. There are other pages that ate for the 256K. But you can get to them by clicking on 256K yellow circle.

From my expirience it takes a lot of time to connect initially. It works reasonably ok on 56K even I have '2M/C' at home. At 256 the picture is bigger but it is buffering the trafic all the time. So if you are luky, you can get 256K. Could depend on how far are you from Moscow(I am in Auckland, New Zealand).

And this cameras should be on for the length of the tournament.
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posted on 12-10-2005 at 08:45 PM Reply With Quote


Well i will try again tomorrow, maybe i didnt wait long enough!! :D

I have little patience!! :D




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posted on 13-10-2005 at 02:31 AM Reply With Quote


What a lineup for Centre Court! :cool:

Centre Court (from 11.00hrs)
1. Kuznetsova vs. Zvonareva
2. ATP: Youzhny vs. Goldstein (NB 13.00hrs)
3. Schiavone vs. Mauresmo (NB 15.00hrs)
4. Myskina vs. Peschke (NB 16.30hrs)
5. Karatantcheva vs. Dementieva (NB 18.00hrs)
6. ATP: Rusedski vs. Kunitsyn


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posted on 13-10-2005 at 03:14 AM Reply With Quote


Great start Vera! I hope she wins against Kuzzie...
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posted on 13-10-2005 at 07:01 AM Reply With Quote


Looks lik http://kremlincup.comstar.ru/ site is down now.
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posted on 13-10-2005 at 07:29 AM Reply With Quote


They are playing on a Central court.
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There was a picture at http://kremlincup.comstar.ru/screen_c.html.
, but now I can't see anything :(
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posted on 13-10-2005 at 08:02 AM Reply With Quote


Great first set for Vera. She lost her opening game and then made 4 games in a row to lead 4:1 and won the 1st set 6:3.
In the 2nd she broke for 1:0 and was broken back and looked very angry then. I just hope she keeps calm and doesn┤t throw it away now. Kuznetsova made a lot of errors in the 1st and seemed very frustrated already. The live video on 256k works very well for me here, sometimes the pic freezes, but mostly it works. Keep holding your thumbs, guys!
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posted on 13-10-2005 at 10:41 AM Reply With Quote


Well, she lost 6:3 5:7 2:6.
But at least she gave her a great fight, There some incredible rallies and she saved a lot of break points in the 2nd set, in one game she even came back from 0:40 to win it, but it still wasn┤t enough. In the 2nd set both were playing on the same level and from 1:1 on it went with the serve until Vera lost her serve and the set with the 5:7. In the 3rd she broke for 2:1 and from that point on made no game anymore.
But I guess, we can be glad anyway. I mean it was her first big tournament after the long break. She won her first round match against Kirilenko, which wasn┤t expected to be somewhat easy to win for her and she played a good match today and showed her big fighting spirit, didn┤t let her temper get too much control of her game, it just wasn┤t enough and especially after the 2:1 in the 3rd Kuznetsova has been better. So at least I┤m not too disappointed.
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Again, i couldnt get the video to work on the site, it just seems to stay blank, no matter how long i wait!!

I think losing the 2nd set was the start of the downfall!! She just needed to win that final game to take it to a tie-break, which i feel she would have won, but she couldnt do that and i only really saw one winner then!! Its very disappointing cause she started off so well!! :(

Now its time to concentrate on the doubles!! Good luck Vera!! :)




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Even though Vera lost to Sveta, I believe we are starting to see signs of the Vera that we know can play very well. She pushed Sveta very hard today, and with a little more luck, might well have taken it out in straight sets. I'm looking forward to a solid rest of the year from Vera and hope that she and Elena can do well in the doubles. ;)
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posted on 14-10-2005 at 03:56 PM Reply With Quote


It actually turns out that Vera lost the match cause she started having tantrums on the court again!! When she lost the break in the 2nd set she basically collapsed!! Apparently it was pretty bad!! :(

On a lighter note, Vera and Elena won their doubles match today 6/1 6/4!! :)




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Actually, Nick, it wasn't quite that bad. I did watch the match on the internet, coming in at about 1-1 in the first set. Vera rolled pretty well thru the 1st set, breaking Sveta in the 4th game to make it 3-1.

In the 2nd set, they traded breaks in the 1st 2 games; Vera came back from 15-40 to bring it to 3-3; at 3-4 she saved a double break point and then another break point to make it 4-4, and she was broken in the final game of the 2nd set, trying too hard to get it to the tiebreak. She did start getting frustrated during this set, beginning with being broken in the 2nd game. But she recovered pretty well all the way thru as shown by the 6 break points she saved. I think if she had won that last game, she would have won the tiebreak.

In the 3rd set, Vera broke for 2-1, and Sveta broke back immediately for 2-2. Vera started getting frustrated again. Sveta held for 2-3, and then called the trainer at the change-over. Seemed like 7 or 8 minutes (longer than 6 -- Vera sat there all that time waiting, I think she should have been moving around). Then Vera was broken again on her serve for 2-4; Sveta held for 2-5, and the last game was Vera serving, 0-15, 15-15,15-30,30-30,30-40, match.

Vera lost her temper (slammed the ball into the court) about 3 times I would say, but during the last 4 or 5 games she was talking to herself (and looking over to Lex) between points, occasionally gesticulating toward the ceiling, like she does when she's berating herself. Once she took a swipe at her foot with her racquet. But I wouldn't refer to it as a temper tantrum; a display of temper, but nothing like what happened back in May. And she held her composure through shaking hands at the net and with the umpire, 'tho it did look like the tears were ready to flow when she left the court. She knew she could have won that.

In the 2nd set, when the frustration was creeping in, she started missing easy shots, and repeatedly was going for too much on the side lines, while at the same time getting tentative on some shots. That all increased in the 3rd set. Add to that a couple questionable calls. And a major factor is that Kuznetsova began playing much better after 4-4 in the 2nd set.

Hang in there, BEPA! It will all come back together!

GOOD LUCK IN THE DOUBLES!! :):)

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LADIES KREMLIN CUP (Moscow, Russia; Supreme; WTA Tier I)
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First round
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+ Vera ZvonarŰva d. Maria Kirilenko [WC], 6-2 6-3


My preview
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Bepa v Little Maria is the one match that jumped out at me when I first looked at the draw. A match full of cuteness and flairsome talent - a match between two girls from Moscow - my loyalty is with Bepa because she is a member of my eternal fanship (I even find Bepa more superficially attractive than Little Maria).

Bepa and Little Maria have never played each other in a professional singles-match before, and I'm not sure what to expect now. Bepa is the stronger, more talented player, but Little Maria has the better recent form, winning the Tier II title at Beijing (Bepa has won three WTA singles titles, all Tier III).

This is Bepa's third tournament back from a left-ankle sprain that sidelined her for seven weeks, while Little Maria could be tired and jet-lagged after playing so many matches in China and Japan (Team Dulkirilenko won the doubles title at Tokyo on the previous Saturday).

I really hope whoever wins this match can upset the muscular Svetlana Kuznetsova in the second round.


The match itself
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The match was closer than 6-2 6-3 implies, as Bepa won eight games in which Maria was ahead. The second set was very tight, and turned on Bepa's seven-deuce service-game at 3-3, in which she saved three break-points. Bepa played very well, apparently, with great mobility and passing-shots - well enough to beat Kuznetsova in the next round I hope! :)

I followed live scores at
http://www.kremlincup.ru/java/scoreframe.html?lang=en_win - here are my comments as I wrote them at the time:

The match started at 11:15 Russian time on Court 1. Frankly it's an insult to the two home-town girls that their match - easily the pick of the first round, even though they're both unseeded - was not on Centre Court.


First Set
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ZVONAR╦VA *@* *@ @ 6
KIRILENKO ___*__@_ 2

Bepa serving 0-0: 0/30 -> 40/30, 40/40, ad B, held.


A good recovery by Bepa. Maria has fantastic returns of serve.

Maria serving 0-1: 15/0, 15/40 (2 BPs), 30/40, broken.

Again Bepa comes from behind to win the game. This is a good sign that Bepa of 2003/2004 is on her way back - she's a tremendous fighter.

Bepa serving 2-0: 40/0, 40/15, held.

Do I feel sorry for Maria? Not yet. A typical Bepa match has plenty of ups and downs, and as Maria said in her Trans World Sport documentary in 2003, tennis is gladiatorial in nature: it's a matter of who can last longer than her opponent - and Bepa's energy-sapping viral infection has made that difficult for her this year.

Maria serving 0-3: held to love.
Bepa serving 3-1: 0/15, 40/15, held.
Maria serving 1-4: 15/0, 15/15, 40/15 -> 40/40, ad B (BP), Deuce #2, ad B, broken.


And for the third and fourth times, Bepa comes from behind to win a game. This is one of the things that makes Bepa such a difficult opponent - that she fights for every point; you don't get free rides from her.

Bepa serving for the first set at 5-1: broken to love.
Maria serving to stay in the first set at 2-5: 15/0, 15/15, 30/15, 30/30, 40/30, 40/40, ad B (SP), Bepa won the first set 6-2 at 11:50.


Make that five times! :)

How do I feel about this match now? I don't want Maria to get badly thrashed - even by a member of my eternal fanship - but if things start to go even a little bit wrong for Bepa, she can be very fragile this year.


Second Set
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ZVONAR╦VA * *__@*@* 6
KIRILENKO _* *@____ 3

Bepa serving 0-0: 15/0, 15/15, 40/15, held.
Maria serving 0-1: 0/15, 30/15, 30/30, 40/30, 40/40, ad B (BP), Deuce #2, ad M, held.


So instead of Bepa coming from behind to win a game for the sixth time in this match, Maria does so for the first time.

Bepa serving 1-1: 15/0, 15/40 (2 BPs) -> 40/40, ad B, held.

And now Bepa does it for the sixth time, instead of Maria twice in a row. I can't help feeling that might have been the key game of the match right there - a chance for Maria to change the momentum significantly.

Maria serving 1-2: 40/0, 40/15, held.
Bepa serving 2-2: 15/0, 15/40 (2 BPs), 30/40, broken.


Now Maria has done what she threatened to do two games ago: scored the first break of the second set, and put a very different complexion on this match now. I know it's become a bit of a clichÚ now, but I can well imagine Bepa being in tears at this changeover. ;)

Maria serving 3-2: broken to love.

But crying or not, breaking back immediately is a sign of a great champion (and Bepa wants to win this tournament more than any other). Bepa hit some great passing-shots in that game according to rrfnpump at
http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=198138&page=9

Bepa serving 3-3: 15/0, 15/40 (2 BPs) -> 40/40, ad B, Deuce #2, ad B, Deuce #3, ad B, Deuce #4, ad B, Deuce #5, ad B, Deuce #6, ad M (BP #3), Deuce #7, ad B, held.

15/0 -> 15/40 in Bepa's last three service-games, but she hit "two beautiful FH passing shots to save breakpoints in that game" according to Epigone at
http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=198138&page=11

This match feels gloriously competitive now - Maria could lose 6-2 6-3, but I don't sense that anyone's bubble is about to burst.

Maria serving 3-4: 15/0, 15/30, 30/30, 30/40 (BP), broken.
Bepa serving for the match at 5-3: held to love. Bepa won 6-2 6-3 at 12:40 (1h 25m - that's a long time for this scoreline).


Video
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There's a video of the match here (I haven't watched it yet):
http://www.wtaworld.com/showpost.php?p=6407983

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Second round
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- Vera ZvonarŰva lt. SVETLANA KUZNETSOVA [8], 3-6 7-5 6-2


I'm disappointed that Bepa couldn't buy an upset here, as this was Kuznetsova's first tournament since her defeat by Gisela Dulko at Toronto followed by her sensational first-round exit as defending champion at the US Open.

Many people at WTAworld.com were picking Bepa to win this match, but she made 66 unforced errors, and was broken five times from 12 break-points, especially after she led *2-1 in the third, only to suffer one of her infamous emotional meltdowns.

More information and discussion about this match:
http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=10407&page=207

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Doubles: First round
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+ VERA ZVONAR╦VA/ELENA LIKHOVTSEVA [4] d. Corina Morariu/Patty Schnyder, 6-3 7-5

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Doubles: Quarter-finals
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+ VERA ZVONAR╦VA/ELENA LIKHOVTSEVA [4] d. Kveta Peschke/Francesca Schiavone, 6-1 6-4

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Doubles: Semi-finals
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- VERA ZVONAR╦VA/ELENA LIKHOVTSEVA [4] lt. CARA BLACK/RENNAE STUBBS [1], 3-6 6-3 6-3


Bepa and Elena were leading *3-0 in the third!

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