Monday, February 7, 2011

Fed Cup: Canada passes very near

When the Fed Cup, Aleksandra Wozniak, the sidelined since September, was making a comeback.
Among the different sports emerging in Canada, Tennis is probably the most important part. Aleksandra Wozniak, in past years, represented a great showcase for Canada on the international scene by winning the tournament include Stanford (California) in July 2008.
Today, Canada continues to do well. So that Sunday afternoon, Canada's women's team, composed of Quebecers Aleksandra Wozniak and Marie-Eve Pelletier, and Rebecca Marino Ontarians and Sharon Fichman, had the opportunity to move Canada from Group 2 to Group 1 . To do this, she must conquer Serbia, private headliners Ana Ivanovic and Jelena Jankovic, in a confrontation 3 of 5.
The duel
In the first confrontation pitting the two countries is Canada taking a 1-0 lead when Ontarian, Rebecca Marino (84th racket World), has the upper hand over Aleksandra Krunic (281st) in three sets of 6 -3, 3-6, 7-5.
Subsequently, it was the turn of Aleksandra Wozniak (138th) to represent Canada when it has the mandate to rub at the 54th World racket, Bojana Jovanovski. However, Canadian can not imitate his teammate. Bowing in two sets 6-4, 7-5, equality is established between the two countries.
In third game, the Serbian Bojana Jovanovski again the chance to represent his country and this time, giving the lead to Serbia in confronting the Ontarian Rebecca Marino. The Serb again on top when a Canadian wins his second match by 7-6 (3), 6-3.
In the fourth confrontation is to say that the Canadians are leaning against the wall. For this duel, Quebec's Aleksandra Wozniak has a chance to get back on the singles confronting Serbian player, Ana Jovanovic. The Quebec stands firm, so that two small rounds 6-0 and 6-4, the strength of Canada presentation of a fifth and final duel between the two countries.

The final
For this last battle, the two countries should have two players who would play doubles. Canada's side, it is Sharon Fichman and Marie-Eve Pelletier, who have been designated. Side of their opponents, Bojana Jovanovski and Aleksandra Krunic that would have the chance to defend the honor of their country.
Unfortunately for Canadian fans who were hoping to see their favorite climb a step and join Australia, Italy, Russia, France, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Belgium and the United States in Group A, Serbia Canadian women taking action in two sets 7-6 (5), 6-4.
In short, it will be a next time to see Canada in Group 1. At least the Canadians will be defended to the end and will be forced to hold a final confrontation.

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