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A request « Reply #60 on: November 09, 2005, 06:55 PM »
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i have to say amy that i am extremley jealous! and i think what you are doing is so cool!  i have only got into tennis over the past year and really wish i had got into it sooner. but i really admire your determination and dedication to tennis and wish you good luck with your tournament and everything! well done \Very Happy/
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A request « Reply #61 on: November 09, 2005, 08:40 PM »
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I wish I could do that!!  It must be so fun going all over the place just to play tennis.  Shame I'm no good though Crying or Very sad
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A request « Reply #62 on: November 09, 2005, 08:43 PM »
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I wish I could do that!!  It must be so fun going all over the place just to play tennis.  Shame I'm no good though Crying or Very sad


Join the club  Crying or Very sad
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A request « Reply #63 on: November 09, 2005, 08:47 PM »
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Wow! as other people have said, i think what you're doing Amy is fantastic, and i hope you get where you want to in tennis!
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A request « Reply #64 on: November 09, 2005, 08:48 PM »
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Hey Amy - can I just add my good wishes for your future.  People with your kind of determination and dedication have my total respect.  Go for it girl!   toot
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A request « Reply #65 on: November 09, 2005, 09:27 PM »
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Quote from: Amy
Quote from: top_spin
The social factor... wouldn't be able to survive a day without the friends Frown

tennis! choose tennis everytime!
gotta say, i have had a few adventures!!
its not easy not havin friends. and when your touring in another country with nothing and no one except your mum and foreign tv it gets hard! thought me and my mum have a great relationship so thats ok.

Amazing Smile of course i wouldn't have a clue when you say it's hard.. i've never experienced it! but you know that you always have your supports here! and when ever you're lonely.. visit! we might just even put a smile on your face! Wink

Amy - do keep your femily close! it's the best thing that i think you can do!

All the best!  clapping  kicking
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A request « Reply #66 on: November 09, 2005, 09:34 PM »
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Quote from: top_spin
Quote from: Amy
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The social factor... wouldn't be able to survive a day without the friends Frown

tennis! choose tennis everytime!
gotta say, i have had a few adventures!!
its not easy not havin friends. and when your touring in another country with nothing and no one except your mum and foreign tv it gets hard! thought me and my mum have a great relationship so thats ok.

wow!  =D> truley amazing...  notworthy of course i wouldn't have a clue when you say it's hard.. i've never experienced it! but you know that you always have your supports here! and when ever you're lonely.. visit! we might just even put a smile on your face! Wink

Amy - do keep your femily close! it's the best thing that i think you can do!

All the best!  clapping  kicking

yeah, everyone here is great!! you've all managed to put a smile on my face, after such a crap day!
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A request « Reply #67 on: November 09, 2005, 09:52 PM »
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I wish I could do that!!  It must be so fun going all over the place just to play tennis.  Shame I'm no good though Crying or Very sad

Join the club  Crying or Very sad

you have to be AMAZING.. to get anywhere on the WTA tour.. same with the ATP Frown
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A request « Reply #68 on: November 09, 2005, 11:23 PM »
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goodjob

Just been reading everyones comments Amy, and I'd just like to say 'follow your dream'.  It's taken our familty a couple of years to get to the position that we can do what we want to do - emigrate - and our only sad point is that we wished we'd done it sooner!

It sounds like you have to put in an awful lot of hardwork but I'm sure that in time, you'll reap the rewards.

Please keep us all posted on your continued success - it will be nice, in years to come, to say we all 'knew Amy' when she talked to us all on Murraysworld! grouphug
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A request « Reply #69 on: November 09, 2005, 11:50 PM »
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totally agree with bev! even if you don't tell us who you are, it would be fab if you could keep us posted on your results - just win/lose whatever!! Smile
obv only if you wanted to! but it would be nice to have someone to cheer (even if they were mysterious!!)
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A request « Reply #70 on: November 10, 2005, 01:17 PM »
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i cant believe how nice you're all being to me! thankyou for all your support. encouragement and support makes what im doing all the more worth while!
of course, ill never foregt what you guys have said and of course ill keep you posted on results and stuff!!!!!

Someone asked about a typical day? Well here we are-
Up at 7am. eat breakfast which is usually light : a bit of porridge with a portion of fruit. coach picks me up at 7.45.
down at the court training from 8am up until 12pm. have an hour lunch break- usually a pasta salad. lots of carbs!
today i worked with a ball machine which was great fun. concentrated on overhead smashes coz its not my strongest point.
cant have anyhing too heavy coz after lunch its physical fitness and it needs to digest easily.
from 1.30 till 3 im in the gym doing CV fitness.
then a snack and back down the court 3.15- 7pm.
when i get home you HAVE to have a shower! then a meal-(lots of more carbs, yay!!) and a good rest. i like watching tv or going on the net for 15 mins or so.
and whenever im all clean it's school time. but its not that bad coz its only till 9.30.
im so knackered so im in bed for about 9.45!!
it probably doesnt sound that exciting now youve heard it all! its the same thing every day which others will find mind dumbing but its more than i could ever want.
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A request « Reply #71 on: November 10, 2005, 01:34 PM »
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Quote from: "Amy"
i cant believe how nice you're all being to me! thankyou for all your support. encouragement and support makes what im doing all the more worth while!
of course, ill never foregt what you guys have said and of course ill keep you posted on results and stuff!!!!!

Someone asked about a typical day? Well here we are-
Up at 7am. eat breakfast which is usually light : a bit of porridge with a portion of fruit. coach picks me up at 7.45.
down at the court training from 8am up until 12pm. have an hour lunch break- usually a pasta salad. lots of carbs!
today i worked with a ball machine which was great fun. concentrated on overhead smashes coz its not my strongest point.
cant have anyhing too heavy coz after lunch its physical fitness and it needs to digest easily.
from 1.30 till 3 im in the gym doing CV fitness.
then a snack and back down the court 3.15- 7pm.
when i get home you HAVE to have a shower! then a meal-(lots of more carbs, yay!!) and a good rest. i like watching tv or going on the net for 15 mins or so.
and whenever im all clean it's school time. but its not that bad coz its only till 9.30.
im so knackered so im in bed for about 9.45!!
it probably doesnt sound that exciting now youve heard it all! its the same thing every day which others will find mind dumbing but its more than i could ever want.


wow that sounds pretty hectic!! although, it's probably worth it if it is what you love doing
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A request « Reply #72 on: November 10, 2005, 01:37 PM »
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sounds intense, but also amazing!! Smile
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A request « Reply #73 on: November 10, 2005, 05:10 PM »
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Sounds quite rigorous to me.... but Im sure you'll appreciate the effort when you succeed...which Im sure you will do if you work twice as hard as Bogdanovic!!!
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A request « Reply #74 on: November 10, 2005, 08:01 PM »
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Although you're sleeping about 3 hours more than me.. but must be absolutely knackering with all that playing.. fitness!  Think seems hectic!! your tennis is our school work.. 24/7 fighting through!  goodjob

Good Luck!!  yahooo
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