Zvereva vs Graf (spoiler)

Zvereva vs Graf (spoiler)

Post by Mikhail V. Solod » Fri, 24 Mar 1995 07:33:10


I watched the end of the match over lunch.
Zvereva is quite amasing.
good point - lazy point - good point - bone-head point - ...
well you get the idea. Fun to watch though.
Michael.

 
 
 

Zvereva vs Graf (spoiler)

Post by g.. » Fri, 24 Mar 1995 23:10:27


Quote:
l V. Solodov) writes:

>I watched the end of the match over lunch.
>Zvereva is quite amasing.
>good point - lazy point - good point - bone-head point - ...
>well you get the idea. Fun to watch though.
>Michael.

Natasha seems to be in the same class as Hana Mandlikova and Evonne
Goolongong.  The opponent never knew what these women would do next - not even
the Hana or Evonne or Natasha knew/know.
Gail Fullman
Manager - ADMO

 
 
 

Zvereva vs Graf (spoiler)

Post by David Roge » Thu, 30 Mar 1995 04:00:00


Quote:
>I watched the end of the match over lunch.
>Zvereva is quite amasing.
>good point - lazy point - good point - bone-head point - ...
>well you get the idea. Fun to watch though.
>Michael.

  If Natasha bothered to get serious about tennis, her play wouldn't be
so inconsistent.  Only then will she finally capitalize on her immense
talent and be a threat to Graf.  The fact that Natasha gave Steffi her
toughest match of the whole tournament shows how terrific Zvereva could
be if she had more discipline.  
--
David J. Rogers
Memorial University of Newfoundland


 
 
 

Zvereva vs Graf (spoiler)

Post by Dean Cash » Fri, 31 Mar 1995 04:00:00


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>>I watched the end of the match over lunch.
>>Zvereva is quite amasing.
>>good point - lazy point - good point - bone-head point - ...

>  If Natasha bothered to get serious about tennis, her play wouldn't be
>so inconsistent.        . . .

So you think one of the top-ranked women players in the world
has *yet* to get "serious"?  How did you think she got to where
she is, casual luck?  Give us a break. . .

Dean