New Favorite WTA player

Discussion in 'General Pro Player Discussion' started by smoothasmecir, Mar 10, 2004.

  1. smoothasmecir

    smoothasmecir New User

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  2. Stinkdyr

    Stinkdyr Professional

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    solid talent! :shock:
     
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  3. nyu

    nyu Rookie

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    Sorry guys, I'm not all that impressed.
     
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  4. Fred The Red

    Fred The Red Rookie

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    also, not impressed.

    I believe she thinks she's a moviestar or supermodel... :?
     
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  5. baseliner

    baseliner Professional

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    Currently ranked #648 (career high) with lifetime singles record of 3-10 and doubles 0-2.
     
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  6. @wright

    @wright Hall of Fame

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    Is this Anna's protege?
     
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  7. Hawaii 5.0

    Hawaii 5.0 Rookie

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    Local Socal girl came up through juniors and I beleive went to or goes to USD.Nothing special as far as WTA standards, but nice story behind her.
     
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  8. norcal

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    Please. She could not carry Anna's sports bra.
     
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  9. luka

    luka Guest

    Iris Ichim

    Several things about Iris Ichim.

    1. She does NOT think she is a model nor does she act like one. She is who she is and the photos are just a reflection of that. Anna is Anna and she does not see herself as any copy or reflection of the AK world. She doesn't think of herself in this way ever.

    The comparison comes only from the public.

    2. Her talent is unquestioned, she is a late bloomer but when she does, it will be interesting for all who have both watched and played against her.

    3. The website is a design from her coach, but she and her family and agents approve everything on it and add material.

    4. It is simple to dismiss players who haven't reached the finals of a Slam by age 16 as nobody's. It is easily as simple to regard todays young stars as the only ones ever to rise. The women's game is vulnerable, as seen inthe Pacific Life Open qualies and main.

    Beware the overlooked.. they have nothing to lose and everything to gain.. Especially the talented ones, and there are some out there besides her.

    www.irisichim.com [/url]
     
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