Draw Dutch Open...

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    Only one Dutch women's doubles pariring...

    Eva Krab only playing in the mixed doubles...Hope her pairing can go far.
     
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    Noticed that Mia Audina is not playing either Singles or Doubles. In the last tourney (the Malaysian Open), her matches were walkovers in both the Singles & Doubles. I wondered if she is injured. Anyone has any news on this at all?

    Definitely will be rooting for Eva.
     
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    Check this thread !!

    She should be playing in the Denmark Open though...
     
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    Audina still recovers from a calf (of the leg)
    injury that led to her withdraw in the Malaysian Open
    She is said to be ready to play in time at the Danish Open.

    Audina is not playing singles and also no doubles with Lotte Jonathans, also because Lotte is still recovering from an airway infection she caught in Malaysia. Her trial training today however went reasonably well today and she will continue the mix with Chris Bruil tomorrow.

    Eva unfortunately lost in the doubles, playing with Pauline van Dooremalen.
    They did quite well though, considering this was the first time they played together.
    The Koreans, SEO Yoon Hee and SONG Yoo Mi were more consistent, making less errors and just a bit too good for them.

    Grtz.,

    - Mark.
     
    #5 Zax, Sep 17, 2003
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