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MANUELA MANUELA MALEEVA. Manuela Maleeva is the most successful Bulgarian Tennis Player. The Australian newspaper Herald sun defines her as A good tennis player!Something more even http://www.angelfire.com/nv/bgsport/manuela.html
Extractions: MANUELA MENU: BG SPORT MALEEVAS MANUELA Photos ... ON TOUR MANUELA MALEEVA Manuela Maleeva is the most successful Bulgarian Tennis Player. The Australian newspaper"Herald sun" defines her as:"A good tennis player!Something more even- one of the best! Well-bred, polite, ready to fight- splendid example for every aussie to copy from" Manuela Maleeva was born on the 14th of Feb in Sofia, Bulgaria in the family of George Maleeva and Julia Berberyan. Her name Manuela is after her grandfather's Manuk. Manuela Maleeva's parents are sportspeople and that's why in their family living was in a healthy way. That included practise of some sport- tennis in the summer and the winter and some skiing in the winter. That is how everything begun In creating a professional tennis player, leading part had mother Julia Berberyan, who after winning nine Bulgarian tennis titles decided to become a coach.After this decision of Julia Berberyan, Manuela's duties become more pressing, for she had to prove that she is a good player not because that she had a mother coach, but because she was really talented and complex player, that she was able to manage in the same conditions. Her competing career started in the junior tourneys in Bulgaria. In her age group she was with no rivalry, due to the fact that tennis was with no traditions in Bulgaria and most of the players were not good, and also because Manuela was really talented player able to fight. She soon started to take part in some tourneys in the communist countries -Jugoslavia, Romanaia, the Cheh Republic, where the tennis traditions were strong and the players were good. There she could prove that she was good - almost ever reached the semifinals and the finals of the tourneys, upsetting players older than her. Soon she was with no rivalry in Bulgaria at all. She won the Bulgarian tennis title at the age of 13 and 7 months to become the youngest player to do so.
Tennis Players Katerina Maleeva. Manuela Maleeva. Magdalena Maleeva. Hana Mandlikova. Petra Mandula http://www.basictennis.com/tennis-players.html
Speakers And Presenters | Tennis Festival Of The North Eric is a member of the National Cardio Tennis Speakers Team and has served as a practice partner for touring professionals Jim Courier, Magdelena Maleeva, Manuela Maleeva and http://www.tennisfestivalofthenorth.com/Speakers_and_Presenters.htm
Extractions: Lindsay Davenport, of Palos Verdes, Calif., is one of only four women since 1975 (the others being Chris Evert, Steffi Graf and Martina Navratilova) who has been year-end No. 1 at least four times in her career, achieving the top ranking in 1998, 2001, 2004 and 2005. She finished her career with a singles record of 753-194 and won 55 singles titles. She claimed her first Grand Slam singles title in 1998 at the US Open. She followed that by taking Wimbledon in 1999 and the Australian Open in 2000. She also won three Grand Slam doubles championships, including the French Open in 1996, the US Open in 1997 and Wimbledon in 1999. Davenport has won over $22 million in her career and was ranked 29th by TENNIS Magazine in its list of the greatest 40 players in tennis history. Currently retired and an analyst for Tennis Channel, Davenport is married to former All-America tennis player Jon Leach and has two children – son Jagger (2) and daughter Lauren (5 months). Eric is a member of the National Cardio Tennis Speakers Team and has served as a practice partner for touring professionals Jim Courier, Magdelena Maleeva, Manuela Maleeva and Katrina Maleeva. He has taught in some of the nation's best clubs in Florida, Illinois and Denmark. He has Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Flagler College in St. Augustine, Fla., and is USPTA - P1 and PTR certified.
Extractions: Home Discussion Topics Dictionary ... Login Tom Gullikson Discussion Ask a question about ' Tom Gullikson Start a new discussion about ' Tom Gullikson Answer questions from other users Full Discussion Forum Encyclopedia Tom Gullikson (born September 8, 1951, in La Crosse, Wisconsin La Crosse, Wisconsin La Crosse is a city in and the county seat of La Crosse County, Wisconsin, United States. The city lies alongside the Mississippi River.The population of La Crosse was 51,818 at the 2000 census. Its 2009 final population estimate was 51,900... coach and former professional tennis player from the United States United States The United States of America is a federal constitutional republic comprising fifty states and a federal district. The country is situated mostly in central North America, where its forty-eight contiguous states and Washington, D... During his career as a player, Tom won 16 top-level doubles titles – ten of them partnering his now-deceased identical twin brother
Toray Pan Pacific Open | TripAtlas.com Katerina Maleeva Manuela Maleeva 61, 6-7 4, 6-2 1987 ' Anne White Robin White Katerina Maleeva Manuela Maleeva 6-1, 6-2 1988 ' Pam Shriver Helena Sukov Gigi Fern ndez http://tripatlas.com/Toray_Pan_Pacific_Open
Extractions: Japan Venue Ariake Coliseum Category Premier 5 Surface Hard / Outdoors Draw Prize Money Website toray-ppo.co.jp The Toray Pan Pacific Open (東レ・パン・パシフィック・テニス) is a WTA Tour affiliated professional tennis tournament for women, held every year since 1984 on in Tokyo, Japan. It is classified on the WTA Tour as a Tier I tournament since 1993. The event has traditionally been played on indoor carpet at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium , but the 2008 event took place from September 15–21 on outdoor hard courts at the Ariake Coliseum Martina Hingis holds the record for most singles wins with five. References ... Year Champion Runner-up Score Manuela Maleeva Claudia Kohde-Kilsch Manuela Maleeva Bonnie Gadusek ... Steffi Graf walkover Lindsay Davenport Martina Hingis Martina Hingis Amanda Coetzer ... Jelena Janković 5–2 (by retirement/wrist injury) Caroline Wozniacki Elena Dementieva Year Champions Runners-up Score Claudia Kohde-Kilsch
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Manuela Maleeva: Latest News, Photos And Videos about Manuela Maleeva. Manuela Georgieva MaleevaFragniere (Bulgarian Мануела Георгиева Малеева) (born 14 February 1967) is a former professional tennis http://connect.in.com/manuela-maleeva/profile-363226.html
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Barcelona Olympics The Bulgarian Team . The Swiss Team. Maggie Maleeva. Manuela Maleeva. Katerina Maleeva. Manuela Maleeva. Katerina Maleeva. Sabine Appelmans. Anke Huber http://www.btinternet.com/~geoff_gardner/olympics.html
Extractions: Barcelona Olympics A Picture memory of the Barcelona Olympics A Special 'Thanks' to the Maleeva Family, whose kindness made this a trip of a lifetime. Opening ceremony Opening ceremony Opening ceremony Opening Ceremony Official Olympic Flag Competitors and the Olympic Flag Olympic Flame Olympic Village Belgium Team German Team Click on Globe to go to 'Home Page' I Hope you enjoyed your visit to the Olympics The Bulgarian Team The Swiss Team Maggie Maleeva Manuela Maleeva Katerina Maleeva Manuela Maleeva Katerina Maleeva Sabine Appelmans Anke Huber
MANUELA MANUELA MANUELA MENU BG SPORT MALEEVAS MANUELA 19821984 1984-1987 1988-1991 1992-1994 Photos Katerina ME RESULTS RANKINGS PLAYERS ON TOUR MANUELA MALEEVA Manuela Maleeva is the http://www.einet.net/review/198759-818796/MANUELA.htm
Katerina.html I remember a 3rd round match at the 1987 French when Chris was playing Katerina Maleeva (Manuela’s younger sister). Chris was playing in the “bullring” at Roland http://chrisevert.net/Katerina.html
Bettina Fulco - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia She also achieved victories over Conchita Mart nez, Arantxa S nchez Vicario, Hana Mandl kov , Katerina Maleeva, Manuela Maleeva, Magdalena Maleeva, Claudia KohdeKilsch, Lori http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bettina_Fulco
Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Bettina Fulco Country Argentina Residence Mar Del Plata Argentina Date of birth October 23, 1968 Place of birth Mar Del Plata, Argentina Turned pro Retired Plays Right-handed Career prize money Singles Career record Career titles WTA, 2 ITF Highest ranking No. 23 (October 10, 1988) Grand Slam results Australian Open French Open QF (1988) Wimbledon US Open Doubles Career record Career titles 3 WTA, 1 ITF Highest ranking No. 62 (November 4, 1991) Bettina Fulco (born October 23, 1968) is a retired Argentine professional women's tennis player. She reached her highest ranking of No. 23 on October 10, 1988. Fulco began playing tennis at age 10 at the University Club in her hometown of Mar Del Plata, having been inspired to start because of the increased interest in the sport in Argentina due to Guillermo Vilas ' success. As a junior, she was among the best in the world, reaching the finals of the Orange Bowl 18-and-under championships in 1986, and finishing second in the rankings in 1986. She turned professional in 1987. Like many South American players, Fulco was considered a clay court specialist