Even for Alison Van Uytvanck, is the return of Kim Clijsters as a total surprise. “No one has to see it coming at all. I don’t like, the other ones are not, and the Belgian coaches are not, I think,” said the 25-year-old Flemish-Brabant.
“I was very surprised when I first heard the news, but this is sure to be a welcome addition to the Belgian final. Kim is a great champion. She was number one in the world, and has won three of four Grand Slams (four). The expectations are very high of course, but they do know, however, is a ball to be hit.”
“She was, perhaps, no longer in the league, but he is still a regular on the court. She has a fine arts academy, and also played in the Legends tournament. On a technical level, I have no doubt that they are of the highest quality is returned. The big question is whether or not her body can handle it. If they fit, I would expect there to be very many of them.”
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was that Of Uytvanck (WTA 63) on Friday in the Japanese city of Hiroshima (about 250,000 dollars) in the quarter-finals with a 6-4, 7-5 eliminated by Romanian Mihaela Buzarnescu (RESULT-125). “I’m not happy with my own game, but they played from the beginning to the end was very good. I’ve been trying, I’ve given everything, and don’t think I can be blamed for. I was maybe a little better to be able to save it, and I have to breakballen a couple of chances to get it. It wasn’t too bad, but not good enough for him. It was just better. They hit very hard, played aggressive and took a lot of risks. For her study, all is well, then it will be very difficult.”
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