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#101 Posted : Saturday, February 09, 2013 7:07:40 AM(UTC)
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SUBSTITUTION! Rita Gasparyan has replaced Pavly.


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#102 Posted : Sunday, February 10, 2013 11:10:13 AM(UTC)
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#103 Posted : Sunday, February 10, 2013 11:12:52 AM(UTC)
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MOSCOW, RUSSIA: Ekaterina Makarova ensured that Russia progressed against Japan in their Fed Cup by BNP Paribas World Group first round match in Moscow as she pulled them back from 2-1 down to win on the final day of action.

With Japan in touching distance of reaching their first semifinal since 1996, the Russian world No. 20 wasted little time in bringing the visitors back down to earth with a 61 61 triumph over the 42-year-old. Date Krumm who had no answer to Makraova's 21 winners, mustering just 14 of her own and throwing in 29 unforced errors.

Date-Krumm after the match commented on an achilles injury that meant she only decided to play in the match at the very last minute whilst watching Morita fighting for her country and felt that she had to give it a go.

Makarova was then brought into the doubles line-up alongside Elena Vesnina, who had earlier been defeated by Ayumi Morita, and the former Grand Slam doubles finallists made light work of the Japanese pairing of Misaki Doi alongside Morita.

Morita had edged Japan ahead of Russia after recording a 64 61 with her win over Vesnina, herself a last minute replacement for Maria Kirilenko, on Sunday morning. On the opening day she cancelled out Kirilenko's opening rubber win against Date-Krumm with a 62 62 victory over Makarova.

Russia will now await the winner of the tie between Serbia and Slovak Republic in the semifinal.




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#104 Posted : Sunday, February 10, 2013 11:13:10 AM(UTC)
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Makarova marches Russia through





Photo: Andrei Golovanov/Sergei KivrinEkaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina (RUS)





MOSCOW, RUSSIA: Ekaterina Makarova ensured that Russia progressed against Japan in their Fed Cup by BNP Paribas World Group first round match in Moscow as she pulled them back from 2-1 down to win on the final day of action.


With Japan in touching distance of reaching their first semifinal since 1996, the Russian world No. 20 wasted little time in bringing the visitors back down to earth with a 61 61 triumph over the 42-year-old. Date Krumm who had no answer to Makraova's 21 winners, mustering just 14 of her own and throwing in 29 unforced errors.


Date-Krumm after the match commented on an achilles injury that meant she only decided to play in the match at the very last minute whilst watching Morita fighting for her country and felt that she had to give it a go.


Makarova was then brought into the doubles line-up alongside Elena Vesnina, who had earlier been defeated by Ayumi Morita, and the former Grand Slam doubles finallists made light work of the Japanese pairing of Misaki Doi alongside Morita.


Morita had edged Japan ahead of Russia after recording a 64 61 with her win over Vesnina, herself a last minute replacement for Maria Kirilenko, on Sunday morning. On the opening day she cancelled out Kirilenko's opening rubber win against Date-Krumm with a 62 62 victory over Makarova.


Russia will now await the Slovak Republic in the semifinal.




  • Date: 20 Apr - 21 Apr 2013

  • Venue: Russia


http://www.fedcup.com/en...ches-russia-through.aspx 

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#105 Posted : Tuesday, February 12, 2013 5:22:51 PM(UTC)
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Russia keeps third place in FC rating table


елена веснина кубок федерации теннис


Feb 11, 2013



The latest rating table of the Federation Cup keeps Russia third, after the title-holding Czechs and the Italians.




In the latest FC quarterfinals played in Moscow Sunday, Russia defeated Japan 3-2, Italy beat the US 3-2, and the Czechs routed Australia 4-0.




"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#106 Posted : Friday, February 15, 2013 8:36:33 AM(UTC)
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Russia counting on Maria Sharapova in Fed Cup


Russia’s top player Maria Sharapova has played just three Fed Cup ties in her career so far, making her debut in 2008 to help satisfy Olympic Games qualification criteria. AFP Photo


Russia’s top player Maria Sharapova has played just three Fed Cup ties in her career so far, making her debut in 2008 to help satisfy Olympic Games qualification criteria. AFP Photo


 


Russia’s Fed Cup captain Shamil Tarpishchev said yesterday he is still hopeful that top players -- Maria Sharapova and Svetlana Kuznetsova -- will be available for April’s Fed Cup semifinal against Slovakia.

“I need to study the playing schedules of our girls before starting to plan the line-up for the match with Slovakia,” Sport Express daily quoted Tarpishchev as saying.

“Of course Sharapova would strengthen our team a great deal, but we should never forget about her personal interests. We must try to minimise any losses for those who are battling for the top places in the rankings.” 

Russia’s top player Sharapova has played just three Fed Cup ties in her career so far, making her debut in 2008 to help satisfy Olympic Games qualification criteria.

After playing again in 2011, she also featured in the quarterfinal win over Spain in 2012 in the run-up to the London Games.

Tarpishchev said that Sharapova had expressed her desire to play for Russia in this season’s Fed Cup campaign, and that he had been keen to call her into his squad for the later stages of the competition.

‘Time cone changes might affect’

“If Masha (Sharapova) has a relatively simple tournament schedule ahead without a series of top-class events in America we will call on her,” he said. 

“But otherwise the trans-Atlantic flights and time zone changes can seriously harden the battle for the top spot in the WTA rankings. We’re not going make her life even tougher.” 

Tarpishchev said he had an agreement with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and Vera Zvonareva, who had both said they were available to play for Russia this season, adding that he could also call Kuznetsova into his team if need be.

“It was very important for Svetlana (Kuznetsova) to improve her individual ranking at the beginning of the season and she asked me to release her from playing against Japan,” Tarpishchev said. “She wants to be in the world’s elite and we definitely respect her desire.”


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#107 Posted : Sunday, October 27, 2013 10:23:12 PM(UTC)
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 Shamil fields a young team (+ Alyssa) for Fed Cup Final.


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  • Team captain    Shamil TARPISCHEV


  • Bottom lne:  expect the Italians to take the Cup this year on their home clay--BUT, it is way interesting to witness Moscow's CHANGING OF THE GUARD.

 


  • Date: 02 Nov - 03 Nov 2013


  • Venue: Tennis Club Cagliari, Cagliari, Sardinia



    Start times: 
    Day 1: 1230 hrs (1130 hrs GMT)
    Day 2: 1030 hrs (0930 hrs GMT)


    Surface: Clay (Red Clay), Outdoor


    Ball: Wilson US Open



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    #108 Posted : Monday, October 28, 2013 1:26:35 AM(UTC)
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    As they say, "A BOLD MOVE" ...OTOH i certainly won't blame Shamil, on the contrary...a "change" was NEEDED !!! DAVAI



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    #110 Posted : Thursday, October 31, 2013 10:42:30 PM(UTC)
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    MEET TEAM RUSSIA: http://www.fedcup.com/en/news/160087.aspx


    TV SCHEDULES:


    HOST BROADCASTER

    RAI (Italy)
    2 November: 11:15 (12:15 GMT) Day 1 Live RAI
    3 November: 09.25 (10.25 GMT) Day 2 Live RAI

    INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTERS

    NTV+ (Russia)
    2 November: 15.30 (12:30 GMT) Day 1 Tennis channel
    3 November: 13.30 (09.30 GMT) Day 2 Tennis Channel

    SuperTennis (Italy)
    2 November: TBC Day 1 Delayed
    3 November: TBC Day 2 Delayed

    Canal + (France)
    2 November: 12.30 (11.30 GMT) Day 1 Live Sport+ LT


    Rogers (Canada)
    2 November: 14.30 (11.30 GMT) Day 1 Live SN1
    3 November: 12.00 (09.00 GMT) Day 2 Live SN1

    3 November: 11.00 (10.00 GMT) Day 2 Live Sport+ LT
    3 November: 14.30 (13.30 GMT) Day 2 Live Sport+ LT

    The Tennis Channel (USA)
    2 November: 14.30 (06.30 GMT) Day 1 Delay TTC
    3 November: 11.30 (03.30 GMT) Day 2 Delay TTC

    TVC (Mexico)
    2 November: 07.30 (12.30 GMT) Day 1 Live TVC
    3 November: 05.30 (10.30 GMT) Day 2 Live TVC

    Starhub (Singapore)
    2 November: 21.00 (13.00 GMT) Day 1 Delayed Racquet Channel 211
    3 November: 21.00 (13.00 GMT) Day 2 Delayed Racquet Channel 211

    Wowow (Japan)
    2 November: 20.20 (11.20 GMT) Day 1 Live WOWOW Channel
    3 November: 18.30 (09.30 GMT) Day 2 Live WOWOW Channel

    Sky Net Sports (Myanmar)
    2 November: 17.30 (11.00 GMT) Day 1 Live Sky Net Sports 3
    3 November: 16.00 (9.30 GMT) Day 2 Live Sky Net Sports 3

    Romtelecom (Romania)
    2 November: 13.30 (11.30 GMT) Day 1 Live Dolce Sport 2
    3 November: 11.30 (9.30 GMT) Day 2 Live Sky Dolce Sport 2

    SuperSport (South Africa)
    2 November: 13.30 (11.30 GMT) Day 1 Live SS8
    3 November: 11.30 (9.30 GMT) Day 2 Live Sky SS7

    Astro (Malaysia)
    5 November: 15.30 (07.30 GMT) Day 1 Delayed ASSP 2
    6 November: 13.30 (05.30 GMT) Day 2 Delayed ASSP 2

    I Cable (Hong Kong)
    2 November: 19.30 (11.30 GMT) Day 1 Live Ch62
    3 November: 17.30 (09.30 GMT) Day 2 Live Ch62

    The Sports Channel (Israel)
    2 November: 13.30 (11.30 GMT) Day 1 Live 5Sport Channel
    3 November: 11.30 (09.30 GMT) Day 2 Live 5Sport Channel

    TV Globo (Brazil)
    7 November: 07.00 (09.00 GMT) Day 1 Delayed Sport TV2
    8 November: 07.00 (09.00 GMT) Day 2 Delayed Sport TV2

    Sport TV (Portugal)
    2 November: 21.40 (20.40 GMT) Day 1 Delayed TV3
    3 November: 21.40 (20.40 GMT) Day 2 Delayed TV2

    Solar Sport (Phillipinesl)
    3 November: 06.00 (22.00 GMT) Day 1 Delayed
    4 November: 01.00(17.00 GMT) Day 2 Delayed

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    #109 Posted : Friday, November 01, 2013 3:37:36 PM(UTC)
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    As they say, "A BOLD MOVE" ...OTOH i certainly won't blame Shamil, on the contrary...a "change" was NEEDED !!! DAVAI



     


    Clearly the Russians wanted to help Sofia get a good start, so permitted the "veterans" to go there.


    Tarpischev has sacrificed what would have been a rather difficult to pull off final to effect the "changing of the guard". We're possibly looking at an Italian shut-out, this time, but I'm good with this.


    I hope that, during 2014, Shamil will try to work Puchkova into the mix too--as well as Kan. Along with Rita Gasparyan, Victoria demonstrates the diversity of the Russian Federation.


     


    SAT: Day 1: 1230 hrs CET (1130 hrs GMT)
    R1 R. VINCI vs A. PANOVA                          ДАВАЙ!
    R2 S. ERRANI vs I. KHROMACHEVA
     
    SUN: Day 2: 1030 hrs CET (0930 hrs GMT)
    R3 S. ERRANI vs A. PANOVA
    R4 R. VINCI  vs I. KHROMACHEVA
     
    R5 K. KNAPP  vs M. GASPARYAN
    F. PENNETTA     A. KLEYBANOVA

    "That's the way the world works... right now." --Maria Sharapova at 17
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    #111 Posted : Saturday, November 02, 2013 11:10:54 AM(UTC)
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    Lenochka about FED CUP


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    #112 Posted : Thursday, January 23, 2014 10:58:14 AM(UTC)
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    FED CUP: RUSSIA vs AUSTRALIA

    Date: 08 Feb - 09 Feb 2014
    Venue: Domain Tennis Centre, Hobart, Australia
    Start times:
    Day 1: 1300 hrs (0200 hrs GMT)
    Day 2: 1100 hrs (0000 hrs GMT)
    Surface: Hard (Plexicushion), Outdoor
    Ball: Wilson Australian Open
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    #113 Posted : Wednesday, January 29, 2014 2:52:23 PM(UTC)
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    Shamil has deployed a fresh group of kids again.

    And LOOK who he sends to captain!

    TEAM РОССИЯ:

    Victoria KAN
    Date of birth: 03 Aug 1995
    Singles ranking: 160

    Irina KHROMACHEVA
    Date of birth: 12 May 1995
    Singles ranking: 240

    Valeria SOLOVYEVA
    Date of birth: 03 Nov 1992
    Singles ranking: 257

    Veronika KUDERMETOVA (babealicious)
    Date of birth: 24 Apr 1997
    Singles ranking: 689

    Team captain ANASTASIA MYSKINA =D>


    ДАВАЙ РОССИЯ!!!


    Team Australia

    Samantha STOSUR
    Date of birth: 30 Mar 1984
    Singles ranking: 17

    Casey DELLACQUA
    Date of birth: 11 Feb 1985
    Singles ranking: 80

    Ashleigh BARTY
    Date of birth: 24 Apr 1996
    Singles ranking: 155

    Storm SANDERS
    Date of birth: 11 Aug 1994
    Singles ranking: 212

    Team captain Alicia MOLIK


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    THRU THE FIRE with that new generation:) Learn they must and learn they will...DAVAI !!!

    Smart move once again to prepare that "new generation" Russia needs "badly".

    Lovely Anastasia as "shipper"(loved that woman when she played)...yep,LOVE THIS !!!


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    *skipper...(Anastasia...aaaaauuuhhh:)


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    #116 Posted : Thursday, January 30, 2014 6:45:02 AM(UTC)
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    From what I've learned (just did some checking), Anastasia does seem quite lovely and has some good movement

    (on court, of course!) She seems to have a good head for the game and a nurturing temperament, which is just

    what young girls need. The minds and emotions will be more difficult to groom than the bodies. From everything

    I've seen, I'd say GOOD CHOICE.
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    #117 Posted : Thursday, January 30, 2014 10:10:24 AM(UTC)
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    Fortunately, widely spaced time difference makes it possible to also view Canada vs Serbia in Montreal.

    Genie & Bojangles heading their respective teams. :D

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    #118 Posted : Thursday, January 30, 2014 11:34:52 AM(UTC)
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    Aleks Wozniak for Canada is a bit of a wild card here. She has been a top 40 player, but injuries have

    hurt her for most of a year. Prior to that, she was happily the top Canadian. Then Genie steam-rolled

    right over her. Don't know if there is any hidden animosity between them.

    Would like to see Jovana Jaksic of Serbia in action. Seems to be quite the looker. If she can break

    into the top 100, we'll see more of her. Distinct possibility, seeing as she is just twenty.

    BTW: Genie will be twenty on the 25th of February.
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    World Group 1st Round

    DAY ONE

    R1 C. DELLACQUA v I. KHROMACHEVA
    R2 S. STOSUR v V. KUDERMETOVA

    DAY TWO

    R3 S. STOSUR v I. KHROMACHEVA
    R4 C. DELLACQUA v V. KUDERMETOVA

    R5 A. BARTY v V. KAN
    C. DELLACQUA V. SOLOVYEVA

    ДАВАЙ РОССИЯ!!! :D
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