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Saturday 7th February 2009, 11:18am
2009 blog update !!!!

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(click here) Israeli Player Denied Visa To Compete in $2 Million Tournament in United Arab Emirates posted on 02/15/2009
Despite being granted permission to play in Qatar last year, Israeli tennis player Shahar Peer who is ranked #48 in the world was denied acess to participate in Dubai this year. Although UAE refrenced the recent Arab Israeli conflict in Gaza as reason to prevent Peer from entry , Frenchwomen tennis player Amelie Mauresmo commmented "I think sport should be above issues like that to do with religion and wars and whatever. I'm surprised." Quite frankly, so are we too Amelie. It's even a risk for the Israeli player to play in Dubai as well. Look what happened in Munich when the Israeli athletes were kidnapped during the 1972 Olympics. Even if the Knicks wanted to draft Osama Bin Laden's grand nephew into the NBA, few would contest. Don't worry Shahar Peer , you will play on and the

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Iran competes in 2009 Fed Cup ; click here ; see photos below posted on 02/07/2009

  
 Iranian women competed in tennis for the first time since 1972, 7 years prior to the revolution.They played a tie with Hong Kong at a neutral site in Australia. Since Iranian law requires all women to be covered from head to toe in public, the players wore their hijab on the courts where the temperature was near 100 degrees fahrenheit. If I wore a sweatsuit on a 100 degree day I'd be sweating befoe I even started playing. They lost bad.

Hong Kong defeated Iran 3-0 in Australia.

R1 Z Yang (HKG) def S TABATABAEI (IRI) 6-0 6-0

R2 L Zhand (HKG) def G Torkaman (IRI) 6-0 6-0

R3 P Sher/ H Wu (HKG) def M Najarian/ S Tabatabaei (IRI) 6-2 7-5

 The media commened the Iranian effort and made them feel how it was an honor and historical day for their country . I say you gotta be in it to win it. They should have put up a better fight. And I love the players name tabataba. If Jamaica had a bobsled team, Iran should have a womens tennis team. For the recored, this wasn't the most lobsided win in womens tennis. In 1999, Israel beat Iceland 6-0 6-0, 6-0 6-0, and 6-0 6-0. That's what you call a can of ass wippin'. In  tennis terms, Iceland got hexabagled. Israel put 'em on ice. (See pictures below)

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French Teen Alize Cornet Reaches Finals in Rome ; Will Enter Top 25 posted on 05/17/2008

The French will have someone to cheer for at Roland Garros this year. Cornet is having a breakthrough year with this tremendous result here in Italy. If she beats Jelena Jankovic in the finals to take the title, expectations will be set high at the French

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Venus Cuts Time Off From Tennis Short ; Will Play in Rome and Roland Garros posted on 05/05/2008
After taking time off from tennis for personal reasons, Venus has decided to return. You'd have to wonder if her sister Serena played a role in this decision. Whatever the reason, her return is beneficial to both Williams sisters and womens tennis as a whole. And ofcourse, Venus wants to defend her title in Wimbledon next month because she is the Queen of Grass !! Cool

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French Prospect Aravane Rezai reaches Semis in WTA Morrocco; Eyes On First WTA Title posted on 05/02/2008
Currently ranked world #50, Aravane Rezai has reached the Semi Finals in Morrocco and will face Aregentine Gisela Dulko . She is two matches away from her first WTA title. European Red Clay is her best surface by far and she should see some good results at the German and Italian Opens leading up to the French . Allez !

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