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« Risposta #30 il: 26 Gen 2006, 20:23 »
Citazione da: "Devil May Cry"
ma la hingis, una williams a caso, o qualche altra donna, ha fatto il grande slam in questi anni?

No. L'ultimo slam della Graf nel 1988 (che lo sfior anche nel 1989, nel 1993, nel 1995 e nel 1996 con 3 vittorie su 4).
L'hanno "sfiorato" in tante, poi. Monica Seles 3 vittorie su 4 nel 1991 e nel 1992 (anno in cui perse la finale di Wimbledon). Martina Hingis 3 su 4 nel 1997 (e finale persa al Roland Garros). Serena Williams 3 su 4 nel 2002.
In tante, poi, hanno fatto delle doppiette: Venus Williams, Justine Henin e altre che non mi sovvengono.
La Hingis ha fatto un Grande Slam nel 1998, ma in doppio.

Per chi voglia approfondire: http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grande_Slam

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« Risposta #31 il: 26 Gen 2006, 22:18 »
grazie pupo, contavo su di te, almeno a qualcosa servi ogni tanto...  :lol:


cmq, continua la marcia trionfale della sorpresa baghdatis...  :)
Ascoltate Falli da Dietro!!

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« Risposta #32 il: 04 Feb 2006, 15:02 »
La Hingis tornata! Dopo un ottimo avvio di stagione e un eccellente Open d'Australia, la svizzera approda in finale a Tokyo. In semifinale ha schiantato la Sharapova (che gioca un ottimo tennis, ma, ahim, mi pare un pochino sopravvalutata) 6-3 6-1. Ora la aspetta la Dementieva.

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« Risposta #33 il: 09 Feb 2006, 00:28 »
Spettacolo!

RAFTER, SABATINI, CLERICI ELECTED TO TENNIS HALL OF FAME
Official Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Scheduled for July 15, 2006

NEWPORT, RI - Patrick Rafter is a two-time US Open Champion (1997-98) and former world No. 1 ranked player. In his 12-year career he achieved a singles win-loss record of 358-191, including 11 singles titles. He also captured 12 doubles titles including the 1999 Australian Doubles Championship with partner Jonas Bjorkman. Rafter is an eight-year veteran of Australia's Davis Cup team (1994-01) with a Davis Cup career win-loss record of 21-11 (18-10 in singles; 3-1 in doubles). Elected in the Recent Player category, he is the 24th Australian to be inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

"This was unexpected and I'm absolutely delighted," said Rafter. "It's one of the greatest honors in tennis and I am looking forward to the induction."

After being named the WTA Tour newcomer of the year in 1985, Gabriela Sabatini was ranked in the World Top 10 for ten consecutive years (1986-1995) and finished her 13-year career with an impressive 632-189 singles record. The first Argentine woman to win a Grand Slam singles event (1990 US Open), Sabatini captured 27 WTA Tour singles championships and 14 doubles championships, including the Wimbledon Doubles title in 1988 (with partner, 2004 Hall of Famer, Steffi Graf). She was the leader of the Argentine Fed Cup team 1985-87 and 1995 and member of the Argentine Olympic team in 1988 and 1996, winning the silver in 1988. Also elected in the Recent Player category, Sabatini is the first woman from Argentina to enter the International Tennis Hall of Fame and follows countryman Guillermo Vilas, inducted in 1991.

"The majority of my life has revolved around my tennis so it is a very special honor to be elected to the International Tennis Hall of Fame, especially when you look at all the great names of champions that have been elected over the years," said Sabatini. "It is the greatest honor for a tennis player and will be forever special in my life."

Elected as a Contributor to the sport, Italian Gianni Clerici is an acclaimed tennis editor, columnist and author, covering tennis' major championships for over 40 years. He has attended more than 170 Grand Slam tournaments and has written over 6,000 articles on sports, with a concentration on tennis. His writing career started in 1956 at Il Giorno (Milan daily newspaper) as a reporter and columnist and today writes for Rome's leading newspapers La Repubblica (1988-present) and the weekly L'Espresso (1960-present). He has also become a fixture on the largest Italian broadcasting network, commentating for over 30 years. As an international author, Clerici published an instructional tennis guide, "II Vero Tennis" (1965), "II Tennis Facile (1972), "500 Anni di Tennis" (1974) in French, German, Japanese, Spanish and in English as the "Ultimate Tennis Book." In 1984 he released a biography on Suzanne Lenglen, one of the original icons in women's tennis. Clerici is the second Italian to be elected to the International Tennis Hall of Fame, following countryman Nicola Pietrangeli inducted in 1986.


"Gabriela and Patrick are champions of broad, magnetic appeal. Gianni is a scholar of broad journalistic and literary accomplishment," stated Bud Collins. "They represent a worldwide spread -- Australia, Argentina and Italy."

A panel of international tennis media voted on the Recent Player inductees, requiring at least a 75% favorable vote for election. The International Masters Panel, which consists of Hall of Fame inductees and other individuals who are highly knowledgeable of the sport and its history, voted on the Contributor category. Again, an affirmative vote of at least 75% was required for election.

Established in 1954, the International Tennis Hall of Fame is a non-profit institution dedicated to preserving the history of tennis, inspiring and encouraging junior tennis development, enshrining tennis heroes and heroines, and providing a landmark for tennis enthusiasts worldwide. The International Tennis Hall of Fame was recognized as the sport's official Hall of Fame in 1986 by the International Tennis Federation, the governing body of tennis. The International Tennis Hall of Fame has inducted 190 people representing eighteen different countries. With today's announcement, 193 people now represent the honorees of the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

The annual Hall of Fame Induction Weekend in Newport caps off a full week of professional tournament tennis. The Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships played for the Van Alen Cup, an ATP event, is scheduled for July 10-16. Tickets are now on sale for both the Induction Ceremony and the Campbell's tournament. For additional information regarding the International Tennis Hall of Fame's Class of 2006, Hall of Fame Weekend, the Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships or the International Tennis Hall of Fame and Museum, please call 401-849-3990, or visit our website, www.tennisfame.com.

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« Risposta #34 il: 09 Feb 2006, 00:33 »
La coppia Tommasi-Clerici sempre stata la mia preferita. :)

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« Risposta #35 il: 18 Feb 2006, 13:12 »

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« Risposta #36 il: 18 Feb 2006, 13:33 »
Forse il 19 Aprile vado a MonteCarlo a vedere il torneo di tennis. Dico forse perch mi devo alzare alle 5 per andare e devo saltare un giorno di lezione all'universit.
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« Risposta #37 il: 17 Set 2006, 22:15 »

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« Risposta #38 il: 17 Set 2006, 22:34 »
Grande!

...

Cos' la Fed Cup? La Coppa Davis femminile?

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« Risposta #39 il: 17 Set 2006, 23:00 »
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Cos' la Fed Cup? La Coppa Davis femminile?

Esattamente.

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« Risposta #40 il: 18 Set 2006, 02:07 »
Ho visto una parte di Pennetta vs Henin.

Ragazzi, cosa gioca la Henin..

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« Risposta #41 il: 12 Mag 2007, 18:07 »
a roma volandri si ferma in semifinale. 6-1 / 6-2 per gonzales.
peccato...

b, tanto probabilmente avrebbe perso la finale...

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« Risposta #42 il: 12 Mag 2007, 19:32 »
Citazione da: "Irish Eddie"
a roma volandri si ferma in semifinale. 6-1 / 6-2 per gonzales.
peccato...

b, tanto probabilmente avrebbe perso la finale...

b cmq un grande volandri che ha saputo riportare il tennis italiano maschile nei grandi livelli..
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« Risposta #43 il: 12 Mag 2007, 19:55 »
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a roma volandri si ferma in semifinale. 6-1 / 6-2 per gonzales.
peccato...

b, tanto probabilmente avrebbe perso la finale...

b cmq un grande volandri che ha saputo riportare il tennis italiano maschile nei grandi livelli..

Nah, grande impresa, ma fuoco di paglia.
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« Risposta #44 il: 12 Mag 2007, 21:09 »
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a roma volandri si ferma in semifinale. 6-1 / 6-2 per gonzales.
peccato...

b, tanto probabilmente avrebbe perso la finale...

b cmq un grande volandri che ha saputo riportare il tennis italiano maschile nei grandi livelli..

Nah, grande impresa, ma fuoco di paglia.


Obbeh, avranno anche giocato male Federer e Berdych, ma Volandri ci ha decisamente messo del suo... Per io tifavo Potito :lol:
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