Extractions: This was an extremely close match, and there were quite a few wild momentum swings throughout. The magic number seemed to be 3, as one player would win 3 games in a row, then the other. There were also plenty of errors to go around, and a surprising amount of net play. Add a rain delay and you've got all the makings of a memorable match! Sandrine served first. Nathalie started off on fire, hitting three winners to earn double break point and then converting to take a 1-0 lead. Of course, that lead was short-lived as Nathalie had trouble on serve herself after getting to 30-30. Testud earned a break point and converted with a winner. 1-1. Sandrine steadied herself and got out to a 40-0 lead in her next serve game, and held to 30. Likewise, Nathalie was able to hold easily in her next game to get to 2-2. Nathalie battled back from 30-0 in Sandrine's next service game, getting to 30-30 and earning a break point. She converted right away to take a 3-2 lead. Nathalie then benefited from a couple of errors by Testud to hold to 15 and consolidate the break. At this point, Nathalie was making few errors and hitting more winners than Sandrine.
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Women On Tour! sandrine testud (pronounced testu in English) is another player who hails from France,along with She is 5 9 , a good height for tennis, and weighs about 68kg http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Theater/8322/3/testu.htm
Extractions: Sandrine Testud (pronounced tes-tu in English) is another player who hails from France, along with the likes of Tauziat, Halard-Decugis, Pierce and Mauresmo. Born in April 1972, she is now one of the more experienced players on tour. She is 5'9", a good height for tennis, and weighs about 68kg. She plays right handed and, of course, has been a pro for some years now. She has no doubles titles to her name, but isn't a big doubles player. Like most she concentrates on singles, and has 2 singles titles currently to her name. In 1999 she did well to get to the semi-finals at Indian Wells, Sopot. In terms of Grand Slams, she has had some success - in that she has achieved the significant accolade of reaching the last 8 at both the Australian and the US Open - and you need to be a pretty handy player to reach the quarter finals of a Grand Slam event. In 1998 she was one of only six players to win more than 50 matches, and this was a personal best for her. At Roland Garros '98, she hit the fourth fastest serve on the tour that year at 114mph. Has been ranked around the 13 spot in the rankings, which is pretty good going, after having been a little lower than that for a few years previously. Her biggest title was in Filderstadt in 1998, when she beat Huber, Serena Williams, Dominique Van Roost and Lindsay Davenport in the final to become the third unseeded player in the 21 year history of the event to win: some considerable achievement and a testimony to her skill. With a good serve and good, deep, consistent powerful groundstrokes, she is a good player who to some degree has perhaps not received the attention she deserves for her talent, but has been content to work away in the background, whilst players like Pierce make most of the national headlines. She also has a decent enough touch and some nous.
Home Of The 2004 Dubai Tennis Championships Dubai, UAE, February 18, 2004 As tennis fever grips Dubai, one of the WTA Frenchstar sandrine testud missed the entire 2003 season after delivering her first http://www.dubaitennischampionships.com/news18.htm
Extractions: Dubai, UAE, February 18, 2004: As tennis fever grips Dubai, one of the WTA Tour's most popular players has chosen the Dubai Duty Free Women's Open as the tournament to launch her career comeback after giving birth. French star Sandrine Testud missed the entire 2003 season after delivering her first child last February, but the former top 10 player is looking to re-establish herself as one of the game's most consistent performers. Testud has won almost $4 million in an illustrious career spanning 14 years, and at 32, she will be attempting to show the new breed of Dubai-bound tennis stars like World No 1 Justine Henin-Hardenne, Venus Williams, Amelie Mauresmo and Jelena Dokic that she can once again become a force on the WTA Tour. "Sandrine is one of the senior players that will be playing in Dubai who, along with the likes of former Wimbledon champion Conchita Martinez, will be looking to prove a point against some of the younger players," said Colm McLoughlin, Managing Director of Dubai Duty Free.
Tennis-center.de >> The Vision Of Tennis Q. The third set, did you feel you were the better player? sandrine TESTUDIt was nothing special. It was some solid tennis, but nothing more. http://www.tennis-center.de/interview_loader.php?intid=123&sex=WTA
Extractions: Frenchwoman Testud has never gone further than the quarter-finals in her 10 Australian Open appearances. She achieved that feat back in 1998 and has failed to get past the fourth round since then. The 31-year-old can beat anyone on her day but has never proved a consistent threat at Grand Slam level. She has collected three WTA tour titles during her career. But the best she has ever done in one of the top four tournaments aside from her 1998 run in Melbourne was to make the quarter-finals at the US Open the previous year. First Slam of 2002
Extractions: Experienced Fed Cup player who will have to shake off some niggling injuries to be at her best. Testud was out of action for six weeks from March after suffering a stress fracture in her right foot, and twisted her ankle badly during a comeback tournament. Rarely a threat during the latter stages of a grand slam, Testud's game lacks the power and variety necessary to compete with the big-hitters. However, her compact style has already seen her reclaim her throne as French number one this year after reaching the quarter-finals in Berlin. Latest news
Sandrine Testud July 5th 2002 Very surprising news as it was announced that SandrineTestud was retiring. Indeed, she is one and a half months http://www.tennisrulz.com/players/testud/
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