Hingis Information Open 1997 Wimbledon 1997 US Open 1997 Porsche tennis Grand Prix 2 DAVENPORT,LINDSAY 1,425,981 27 KOURNIKOVA, ANNA 292,362 3 novotna, jana 1,190,715 28 PO http://www.monoli.com/tennis/infos97.htm
OnTheLine At The Canadian Open jana novotna (2) def. Magui Serna, 26, 6-1, 6-1 (time 1 hour, 29minutes) Quarterfinal Previous head-to-head 1-1 (both on clay). http://www.tennis-ontheline.com/98/mtlet5.htm
Extractions: Previous head-to-head: 1-1 (both on clay). The dark horse of the quarterfinal field, unseeded Magui Serna, Slayer of Steffi, met her match today in the person of Wimbledon champion Jana Novotna, 2-6, 6-1, 6-1. With the win, Novotna moves on to the semifinals, where she is guaranteed to face an old foe, either Conchita Martinez or Arantxa Sanchez Vicario. We basically saw two matches in one from Serna: brilliant domination by in the first set, and comparative ineptitude in the second and third. Jana weathered the early storm, slowly got her bearings and ultimately cruised to the win. In the opening set, the young Spanish lefty glided all over the court. Winners flowed freely from her raquet, giving an overwhelmed Novotna no chance. Blazing 14 winners and serving at 67%, Serna was executing an aggressive game plan that involved beating Jana to the net with repeated forward rushes. Once at the net, Serna impressed with crisp volleys. If Novotna did make the first move toward the net, her approach shots were often dumped into the net or not deep enough, and Serna, brimming with confidence, passed her at will. Serna told me that the tactic of trying to beat Novotna to the net worked well earlier this year, when she upset Novotna on clay at Hilton Head, so she tried it again. But Jana was not caught by surprise this time. "The funny thing is she doesn't do it against other players. So I think the advantage of this was that I played her before. I lost to her earlier this year, and I think I learned from my mistakes."
Washingtonpost.com: Tennis In the match for the bronze, jana novotna erased two set points in the opening andMark Woodforde of Australia won the gold medal in doubles tennis Friday by http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/sports/olympics/longterm/tennis/front.htm
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Extractions: Tournament Programmes: ... Contact Us Devonshire Park, Eastbourne Programmes The following are all programmes for tournaments held at Devonshire Park, in Eastbourne, England. Devonshire Park held its first tournament in 1881, and has been an important tennis venue ever since, hosting a variety of tournaments including the prestigious ladies pre-Wimbledon grass court tournament. The programmes contain profiles and photographs of the players. All are in very good condition unless otherwise stated As stock is continually changing please email Tennis Collectables with a list of the item(s) you are interested in and we will then get back to you with details of postage costs. All prices include postage within the UK; overseas customers will be charged additional postage. 33rd Annual South Of England Lawn Tennis Tournament, September 1921 8 page programme for Monday 12 th Staples rusty but otherwise programme is in excellent condition with minor edgewear and some creasing to top corner. Scan shows upper part of front cover. £40.00 (approx $68.00)
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Tennischallenge.org | Event History Who in tennis. Past participants include Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, Venus and SerenaWilliams, Anna Kournikova, Lindsay Davenport, jana novotna, John McEnroe http://www.tennischallenge.org/history.html
Extractions: The Tennis Challenge has been played at the Baltimore Arena since 1990 and has attracted enthusiastic "standing room only" crowds. The event has also been televised on Comcast Sports Net (formerly HTS), the Baltimore/Washington Fox Sports Net affiliate since 1992. The Players The Tennis Challenge's list of alumni reads like a "Who's Who" in Tennis. Past participants include Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, Venus and Serena Williams, Anna Kournikova, Lindsay Davenport, Jana Novotna, John McEnroe, Jimmy Connors, Jim Courier, Todd Martin, Chris Evert, Martina Navratilova, Monica Seles, Andy Roddick, Mary Pierce, Gabriela Sabatini, Arantxa Sanchez Vicario, the Jensen Brothers and, of course, Pam Shriver. Renowned celebrities like "Dr. J" (Julius Erving), Kenny Rogers, Cal Ripken, Jr., Sugar Ray Leonard, Roberto Alomar, Brady Anderson, Tony Siragusa, B.J. Surhoff, Mike Bordick, Trent Dilfer and Shannon Sharpe have played in the Tennis Challenge's celebrity doubles match. The Charities 2003 Results Northrop Grumman Future Legends of Tennis:
Levis JCC Maccabi Games Press Room tennis STAR jana novotna WORKS WITH JCC MACCABI GAMES tennis TEAM.Former professional tennis player, ranked number two in the world http://www.levisjcc.org/maccabi/press/jana_novotna.htm
Extractions: TENNIS STAR JANA NOVOTNA WORKS WITH JCC MACCABI GAMES TENNIS TEAM The team is preparing for the JCC Maccabi Games 2000 August 6-11 in Boca Raton. The boys and girls on the team range in age from 13-16 years of age. Coachs Tom Engel and Allyson Erasmous are honored to have Jana take such a great interest in the tennis team and be willing to assist them with their games, whenever her schedule allows. "Jana has been extremely gracious and accommodating with her time spent with the tennis team. They have enjoyed her presence and guidance. Its motivated them to achieve and work harder," adds Engel. The JCC Maccabi Games is an Olympic-style competition held annually, bringing Jewish teens from around the world to enrich their lives and strengthen Jewish identity through athletic competition, social activities, cultural events and community service projects. Over 1500 athletes representing thirty cities across the United States, Great Britain and Israel will be participating in the Boca Raton Games. The Games are being co-presented by Florida Atlantic University and the Palm Beach County Sports Commission. Palm Beach County Commissioner Burt Aaronson and Richard and Carole Siemens are honorary chairs of the weeklong event. The Levis JCC in Boca Raton is the main hub site along with Florida Atlantic University. Additional Palm Beach venue sites are; Sugar Sand Park, Don Carter Lanes, The Sports Mall, South County Regional Park, Olympic Heights High School, and Boca West and Glen Eagles golf courses.
Jana Novotna Translate this page jana novotna A Londra nel momento in cui i soliti giornalisti di casa hanno scopertoche lanello portato al dito da jana novotna era lo nuovo tennis 1993. http://web.tiscali.it/saffica_rc/jana.htm
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SPORTS FACTS - Tennis - WTA Top Ten Annual Rankings Tony Hinchliffe s Sports Facts History tennis WTA Top Ten Annual Rankings. 4 MartinaNavratilova 5 A Sanchez Vicario 6 Jennifer Capriati 7 jana novotna 8 Mary http://sportsfacts.net/history/tennis/rankings/wta_rankings_top_ten.html
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Jana Novotna jana novotna Recommendations. jana Novotná a ted uz jen vyhrát Wimbledon . Ranks,Overall 5068 Person 1795 tennis Player 85. Views, 9. Google Score, 4440. http://www.veryhappening.com/things/jana_novotna
U.S. Open Tennis Doubles Champions / Sep 7 US Open tennis Doubles Champions. LareauAlex O Brien Venus Williams-Serena Williams1998 Sandon Stolle-Cyril Suk Martina Hingis-jana novotna 1997 Yevgeny http://quickstart.clari.net/qs_se/webnews/wed/cx/Sten-lgns-usopendoubleswinners.
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Randy's 1998 US Open Pictures Nestor, 46, 7-6(8), 6-2; Women s Doubles 1 Martina Hingis/jana novotna def. Youmay also want to check out my tennis Pictures Index Page to find other tennis http://mywebpages.comcast.net/bartell/usopen/usopen98.html
Extractions: I attended the 1998 US Open on Wednesday, September 2 and again on Monday, September 7. Here is a brief report on some of the players I saw as well as links to pictures I took. Lindsay Davenport . Seeded #2, Lindsay won her first grand slam singles title without losing a set. She also made it to the finals of the women's doubles with her partner Natasha Zvereva. pic #1 pic #2 pic #3 pic #4 (w/Jan-Michael Gambill) Patrick Rafter . Seeded #3, Patrick successfully defended his US Open title, beating Mark Philippoussis in the final. He also beat #14 Goran Ivanisevic, #12 Jonas Bjorkman, and #1 Pete Sampras on his way to the title. He and Bjorkman made it to the quarterfinals of the men's doubles.
FRENCH OPEN TENNIS NOTE FRENCH OPEN tennis NOTE. Mahesh Bhupathi/Leander Paes Venus Williams/Serena Williams1998 Jacco Eltingh/Paul Haarhuis Martina Hingis/jana novotna 1997 Yevgeny http://slam.ca/StatsTEN/BC-TEN-LGNS-FRENDOUWIN-R.html
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Extractions: South Florida Sun-Sentinel There was a mischievous smile on Gigi Fernandez's face as she recalled the first time she sailed a racket in anger. "Three years old," she announced. "I was hitting against the wall, and I couldn't beat it." By the time she had won her 17th, and final, Grand Slam doubles title, with a particularly satisfying semifinal win over Arantxa Sanchez Vicario and Martina Hingis at the 1997 French Open, only the tennis gods could total up the number of rackets Fernandez had flipped and flung on the women's tennis tour. Today, five years into retirement and hardly slowing down, coach Fernandez brings her South Florida women's team to the University of Miami (1 p.m.), where she'll be writing out a lineup card instead of a check to cover her latest round of fines. "I've got to be a role model now," she says. This is not going to be a wildly successful rookie year for Fernandez, whose 2-4 team butts up against the 4-2 Hurricanes and 2-5 Florida International on Sunday at 11 a.m. But her persistent smile says she's having a good time in this second tennis life, and there is a confidence there that things will improve after a couple of good recruiting years.