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 Post subject: BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells
PostPosted: 5. March 2012 10:00 
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Venue: Indian Wells, USA
Tier: Premier
Prize Money: $5,536,664
Surface: Hard/Outdoors
Tournament Director: Steve Simon

Official website: www.bnpparibasopen.com

2011 Performance: 2nd round. Lost to Dinara Safina 7-6 6-4
Champion in 2002 and 2007.

Singles:
1R: Bye
2R: Klara Zakapolova (CZE) bt. [19] Daniela Hantuchova 6-3 6-7(7) 6-3



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 Post subject: Re: BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells
PostPosted: 5. March 2012 10:03 
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2012 BNP PARIBAS OPEN PLAYERS

2012 Women's Line Up By Rank
Note: Rankings positions are shown as of January 23, 2012 the entry deadline for the tournament.
WTA tournament seedings are based on rankings as of February 27.

Wozniacki, Caroline 1 DEN
Kvitova, Petra 2 CZE
Azarenka, Victoria 3 BLR
Sharapova, Maria 4 RUS
Stosur, Samantha 5 AUS
Li, Na 6 CHN
Zvonareva, Vera 7 RUS
Radwanska, Agnieszka 8 POL
Bartoli, Marion 9 FRA
Schiavone, Francesca 11 ITA
Jankovic, Jelena 13 SRB
Lisicki, Sabine 15 GER
Pavlyuchenkova, Anastasia 16 RUS
Peng, Shuai 17 CHN
Cibulkova, Dominika 18 SVK
Kuznetsova, Svetlana 19 RUS
Pennetta, Flavia 20 ITA
Hantuchova, Daniela 21 SVK
Ivanovic, Ana 22 SRB
Goerges, Julia 23 GER
Safarova, Lucie 24 CZE
Vinci, Roberta 25 ITA
Wickmayer, Yanina 26 BEL
Kanepi, Kaia 27 EST
Medina Garrigues, Anabel 28 ESP
Kirilenko, Maria 29 RUS
Kerber, Angelique 30 GER
Petrova, Nadia 31 RUS
Niculescu, Monica 32 ROU
Cetkovska, Petra 33 CZE
Peer, Shahar 34 ISR
Hercog, Polona 35 SLO
Martinez Sanchez, Maria Jose 36 ESP
Scheepers, Chanelle 37 RSA
Zheng, Jie 38 CHN
Gajdosova, Jarmila 39 AUS
Pervak, Ksenia 40 KAZ
Begu, Irina-Camelia 41 ROU
McHale, Christina 42 USA
Zakopalova, Klara 43 CZE
Barthel, Mona 44 GER
Paszek, Tamira 45 AUT
Benesova, Iveta 46 CZE
Pironkova, Tsvetana 47 BUL
Bacsinszky, Timea 47 SR SUI
Errani, Sara 48 ITA
Zahlavova Strycova, Barbora 49 CZE
Halep, Simona 50 ROU
Hradecka, Lucie 51 CZE
Morita, Ayumi 52 JPN
Vesnina, Elena 53 RUS
Baltacha, Elena 54 GBR
Martic, Petra 55 CRO
Makarova, Ekaterina 56 RUS
Voskoboeva, Galina 57 KAZ
Suarez Navarro, Carla 58 ESP
Cirstea, Sorana 59 ROU
Larsson, Johanna 60 SWE
Dulgheru, Alexandra 61 ROU
Erakovic, Marina 62 NZL
Yakimova, Anastasiya 63 BUL
Dokic, Jelena 64 AUS
King, Vania 66 USA
Mattek-Sands, Bethanie 67 USA
Dulko, Gisela 68 ARG
Rybarikova, Magdalena 69 SVK
Parmentier, Pauline 70 FRA
Brianti, Alberta 71 ITA
Pous-Tio, Laura 72 ESP
Keothavong, Anne 73 GBR
Johansson, Mathilde 74 FRA
Arvidsson, Sofia 75 SWE
Dominguez Lino, Lourdes 76 ESP
Rus, Arantxa 77 NED
Soler-Espinosa, Silvia 78 ESP
Date-Krumm, Kimiko 79 JPN
Women's ranks as of Feb. 14, 2012



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 Post subject: Re: BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells
PostPosted: 5. March 2012 15:05 
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With Indian Wells points off Daniela is currently ranked 16th, so any win here is very important...hope for a decent draw.

At least a 4th round here would be great.

Draw

1r BYE
2r Pous Tio or Zakapolova
3r Zvonareva
4r Li or Zheng
QF Kvitova

A good draw for Daniela. Zakapolova can be tough, don't know much about Pous Tio, Zvonareva has been injured for the last month so 4th round is definitely within reach. Daniela beat Li here in 2007 semis, so good memories there. A quarter-final would be awesome.


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 Post subject: Re: BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells
PostPosted: 6. March 2012 01:47 
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Kvitova v Bye
Here is Daniela's full quarter:

Morita v Zahlavova Strycova
Qualifier v Vesnina
Bye v McHale
Kerber v Bye
Stephens v Qualifier
King v Errani
Bye v Pavlyuchenkova

Zvonareva v Bye
Date-Krumm v Parmentier
Pous-Tio v Zakopalova
Bye v Hantuchova
Zheng v Bye
U.Radwanska v Qualifier
Erakovic v Voskoboeva
Bye v Li


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 Post subject: Re: BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells
PostPosted: 6. March 2012 15:48 
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very good draw :) excited how she will play in indian wells


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 Post subject: Re: BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells
PostPosted: 6. March 2012 16:47 
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It's a pretty decent draw that gives Daniela a chance of going on a run. Zakapolova's a reasonable player and she had a good run to the semis of Paris indoors beating Goerges although she's had first round exits in every other tournament she's been in this year. She's beaten some good players over the last couple of year so she can't be underestimated. Daniela's won all three of her matches against Zakopalova although two of them were three setters. Pios-Tio's coming back from injury and she's a clay courter who's played a lot on the ITF circuit. You'd really have to like Daniela's chances against her.

Zvonareva had to retire in her last two matches in Pattaya and Doha so there are doubts over her fitness. Her recent matches against Daniela have all been tough battles so a match here would likely be another tough match. Parmentier is another potential third round opponent and she beat Daniela at the US Open and gave her a hell of a battle in the Fed Cup.

The seeded opponents for the fourth round would be either Li Na or Zheng. Li played well in Australia but she had a devastating loss to Clijsters and has been troubled by a back injury since. Daniela won the last match and has a good record against Li. Daniela also beat her here on the way to the title in 2007. Zheng had a good start to the year winning Auckland and having a good run at the Australian Open but she's lost her first match in her last three tournaments and Daniela's always beaten her.

If Daniela gets to the quarter-final, she'd probably play Kvitova which would be a very tough match.

Daniela can do well here but she has to focus on getting past the first round and beating Zakopalova or Pios-Tio.



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 Post subject: Re: BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells
PostPosted: 7. March 2012 18:34 
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Daniela's not playing doubles. Agnieszka withdrew from Kuala Lumpur with an elbow injury so I guess that she doesn't want to risk anything. Daniela's free to concentrate on singles and I suppose that not playing doubles here allow her to pace herself as the season is long and she's played a lot of matches already this year.



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 Post subject: Re: BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells
PostPosted: 7. March 2012 21:12 
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zakopalova just beat pous-tio in just 41 min. 6-1 6-1


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 Post subject: Re: BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells
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'Koukie' can be an awkward opponent. She either plays lights out or utter rubbish-no inbetween. She doesn't have much of a serve,so Daniela should be able to exploit that-but given Dani's recent performances at IW nothing should be taken for granted.


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 Post subject: Re: BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells
PostPosted: 7. March 2012 23:29 
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10 years since Daniela won there, can you imagine that? So much time has passed...


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 Post subject: Re: BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells
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41 minutes, eh? On Friday that should be reached around 4 all in the 1st! :lol:
Obviously I want Dani to go far here, even continue her every 5 year champion pattern. But I have now reached the nail-biting stage, as my trip to Miami is a week and a half away. No matter what happens at Indian Wells, please, Daniela, come to Miami in one piece!!



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 Post subject: Re: BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells
PostPosted: 8. March 2012 16:39 
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10 years since Daniela won there, can you imagine that? So much time has passed...

nice decade my friend


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 Post subject: Re: BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells
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'Koukie' can be an awkward opponent. She either plays lights out or utter rubbish-no inbetween. She doesn't have much of a serve,so Daniela should be able to exploit that-but given Dani's recent performances at IW nothing should be taken for granted.

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Tomorrow's match is going to be nerve-wrecking, especially cos we'll only have livescores...


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Daniela Hantuchova won the first title a decade ago
Author: SITA today 12:28, updated today 12:30

Slovak tennis player Daniela Hantuchova before its entry into the tournament in Indian Wells.
"After that crazy cord from the beginning of the year I dopriala few days rest and then we have all the time 'Makalu'."

Slovak tennis player Daniela Hantuchova
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PALM SPRINGS 8th (Reuters) - Slovak tennis player Daniela Hantuchova is the only subscriber to this year's singles tournament WTA BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California, which has two local account on the singles trophy. Rejoice in the seasons 2002 and 2007.

"I do not believe it's been ten years since I got here my first title. I am happy that I returned again to the place which I have so many beautiful memories," she said from Palm Springs Daniela Hantuchova SITA Friday before its entry in the current edition of the event in the area Tennis Garden site in Coachella Valley. The first bike was off, the second invite him round Czech Klara Zakopalova.

"The tournament in Indian Wells is traditionally very well cast, I have to be ready right from the beginning. Each rival for this event is difficult, it is necessary to get into the rhythm of the match. Clare about playing well in the first round, when defeated Spaniard twice Pous Tia-6 : 1 We are looking forward to this fight," said 28-year old native Poprad Hantuchova, who is against tridsiatničke Zakopalova of Prague, 51 in the rankings, senior balance of 3:0.

In 2009, in the quarterfinals on clay in Warsaw just won 6:3, 4:6, 6:4. Internationally, the premiere meeting in May 1998 for junior Cup Slovakia Slovan Bratislava on the court and domestic player in the semifinals succeeded 3:6, 6:1, 6:2.

The former Five WTA world rankings Hantuchova pulls in "his" Indian Wells unpleasant series of three loss even without profit set. Last year was not enough for the former leader of the order Dinara Safina of Russia (6:7 / 2 /, 4:6. The moment but at least there is no pressure from any portion of a larger advocacy points. Whatever the outcome, the apparent shift of 21 positions in the Top 20 evaluation can realistically the March 19 attack on the first fifteen and have the same round, which reaches Dominika Cibulkova, the winner of the February tournament in Thailand Pattaya Hantuchova enough to penetrate the sixth post Slovakian units in his career.

Main strojkyni February in Bratislava's Fed Cup victory over Frenchwoman Hantuchova fell handy little more liberal regime of the past two weeks: "After the string of crazy from the beginning of the year that all of my mom passed, I dopriala few days rest and then we have all the time 'Makalu'. In Miami, we arrived on Monday evening. I am here with a conditioning coach and physiotherapist Ivetou Stankovou. My tennis coach Claudio Pistolesi is to connect us again in Miami, it sometimes needs to be given to their work in Munich," explained D. Hantuchova if health status, said: "I was now still more peace and physiotherapist are doing what they can. With arm that never is fully as well as I'd imagined, but I do not feel any pain."

Hantuchova welcomed windy weather, it's part privialo memories: "I remember those from ten years ago when I won the final over Martina Hingis, windy. And now here two days enough blows."

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