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The course, held on the Sport Club’s roof, emphasized the importance of the full-body workout required by a professional athlete throughout the year.
But she managed to pick it up in the 3rd and win the match.Top seed Vera Zvonareva was forced to retire from the Pattaya Open on Friday with a left hip injury.The Russian, who won the title in 20, quit her quarter-final against seventh-seeded Romanian Sorana Cirstea after winning the first set 6-2, losing the second set 6-4 and at 2-2 in the third.Zvonareva, que está com 32 anos e disputou duas finais de Grand Slam em 2010, recebeu convite para o ITF de US$ 15 mil em Istambul, na Turquia.A russa estreia já nesta quarta-feira contra a cabeça 1 britânica Katie Boutler, 297ª do ranking aos 20 anos.Miami (EUA) - O início da semana é de novidades para jogadoras que fizeram história no circuito feminino.
Enquanto a ex-número 2 do mundo Vera Zvonareva voltou a figurar na chave de um torneio, a ex-top 5 Kimiko Date Krumm já marcou a data para retornar às competições.
The morning after Wimbledon’s now-infamous “Black Wednesday” was a hazy time for most; fans and pundits were trying to come out from beneath the rubble left by the shocking number of upsets.
It is often said that exercise can help clear the mind and aid in decision-making.
But defending champion and third-seeded Slovak Daniela Hantuchova won a high-quality battle against American eighth seed Vania King, advancing 7-6 (9-7), 6-4.
Fourth-seeded Russian Maria Kirilenko held off a strong first set challenge from Thailand's Tamarine Tanasugarn before dominating the second to earn a 7-6 (7-2), 6-1 victory, and Taiwanese qualifier Hsieh Su-Wei reached her first WTA Tour semi-final in more than 10 years as she defeated India's Sania Mirza 7-5, 6-3."It started bothering me already in the beginning of the first set, and it was getting worse and worse" said Zvonareva of her injury."I was doing my best, but it was too tough for me to push off from that leg and it was very difficult to focus on the game."I did everything I could but just couldn't continue anymore."Zvonareva will now travel to her next event in Doha, but is still unsure whether she will be able to play.
”The class required constant movement under the Manhattan sun, an essential feature for the athlete who will need to draw on that stamina over the course of a long tennis match.“The thing about tennis is that you always have to give 100% every point, and it is very difficult because even if you’re tired, you still have to play the point at the professional level…you lose a couple of points, you lose your serve, you lose the game, it can cost you the whole match…[During this class], you have that hour but you have to keep pushing yourself.”For the exhausted students, Zvonareva reminded us that it wasn’t always as effortless as she made the workout appear.