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OFF TOPIC: The Same People You Cross On The Way Up, You Meet Again On The Way Down

Tuesday, September 30, 2008


The ABC News Polling Unit Reports The Following:

Bush's Disapproval Rating Highest in History

Just two presidents have had lower approval (Richard Nixon and Harry Truman) than President Bush, and none has had higher disapproval in polls since 1938.

McCain's problem: Fifty-three percent of registered voters think he'd lead the country in the same direction as Bush, inching back up over a majority.

Forty-eight percent of registered voters are uncomfortable about McCain's age, a new high. And while Obama has advanced since mid-June in the sense that he's a "safe" choice for president, to 55 percent, McCain has lost ground on this measure; 51 percent now see him as safe, down 6 points.

Obama continues to trounce McCain on enthusiasm. Sixty-one percent of Obama's supporters are very enthusiastic about their choice, vs. 38 percent of McCain's.

For all that, Obama does not have the race in the bag.

Though more registered voters say Obama than McCain won Friday's debate, Obama has not progressed in the sense that he'd make a good commander-in-chief of the military, and remains under 50 percent in this measure.

The number who say he's got the kind of experience it takes to serve effectively as president, while a majority for the first time, is only narrowly so, 52 percent.


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James And Thomas Blake Groomsmen At Mardy Fish Wedding

Black Tennis Pro's James and Thomas Blake at Mardy Fish WeddingJames Blake serving as groomsman.


Black Tennis Pro's James and Thomas Blake at Mardy Fish WeddingAmerican tennis player Mardy Fish married fiancée Stacey Gardner on Sunday, September 28, at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills before 150 wedding guests.


Black Tennis Pro's James and Thomas Blake at Mardy Fish WeddingThomas Blake serving as groomsman


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Watch And Learn Groenefeld

Black Tennis Pro's Venus Williams vs. Anna-Lena GroenefeldAmerican Venus Williams returned to singles play at the 2008 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix after ten years, and what did she do? She gave German home girl Anna-Lena Groenefeld a tennis lesson. In just over an hour, Venus defeated Goenefeld 6-1, 6-2.
Black Tennis Pro's Venus Williams vs. Anna-Lena Groenefeld
Venus said, “She hit some great shots but my experience helped me.”

Next up for Venus is qualifier Ukrainian Kateryna Bondarenko, who upset Italian Flavia Pennetta 4-6, 6-2, 6-1.






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The Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Opens

Black Tennis Pro's Porsche Tennis Grand PrixLight display during 2008 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix opening ceremony on Sunday afternoon.


Black Tennis Pro's Porsche Tennis Grand PrixLight display during 2008 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix opening ceremony on Sunday afternoon.


Black Tennis Pro's Porsche Tennis Grand PrixSerena Williams held her Jack Russell Terrier, Jackie, as she arrived at the airport in Stuttgart.


Black Tennis Pro's Porsche Tennis Grand PrixSerena in Porsche Arena talking to media.


Black Tennis Pro's Porsche Tennis Grand PrixVenus Williams got into Stuttgart with her Yorkshire Terrier, Harold.


Black Tennis Pro's Porsche Tennis Grand PrixDinara Safina in Porsche Arena talking to media


Black Tennis Pro's Porsche Tennis Grand PrixLi Na with a fan.


Vera Zvonareva signing authographs.



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My Other Bigger Stronger Love

Black Tennis Pro's Pittsburgh SteelersYes, I have another love. It is not the stylish precision game that tennis is, it is the hard-knocking-ass-kicking-clothes-lining sport of football...YEAH!!

After the Pittsburgh Steelers 23-20 OT win against the Baltimore Ravens tonight, I just had to post at least one of the photos from the game. YES, I am gloating.

One of these times I'll have to post pictures of me in my #36 Jerome Bettis jersey that I wear every time they play. I know... but like I said, die hard.


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I've Got It, I've Got It!

Monday, September 29, 2008

American superstar sisters Venus and Serena Williams huddled together to get the job done in their first round doubles match in Stuttgart, Germany today at the Porche Tennis Grand Prix.

The sibling pair defeated the doubles team of Daniela Hantuchova of Slovakia and Agnes Szavay of Hungary in straight sets 6-4, 6-1.


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OFF TOPIC: Oh How Third Grade...Republicans, "Nancy Pelosi Poisoned The Vote"

I have seen and heard some juvenile behavior in my lifetime, but some Republicans not voting for the 'Bailout Bill' because Nancy Pelosi gave a speech that offended twelve of their members is beyond laughable. Not voting because you don't agree with the bill, or you'd like to see another type of bill, that would make sense. But not providing support because of hurt feelings? Sheeesh!

I love Barney Frank's offer to soothe their wounded egos:

"Give me those twelve people's names, and I will go talk uncharacteristically nicely to them, and tell them what wonderful people they are, and maybe they'll think about the country."

My children have acted with more sophistication when they were two and three years old whining for their juice cups! I cannot believe that grown men actually stood up on national television and uttered those words.

In the immortal words of Charlie Brown, "Good Grief."


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If You Have Not Laughed Today, Check Out SNL's Sarah Palin Sketch - Hilarious!

Sunday, September 28, 2008

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Tsonga Secures Thailand Title

"I feel great, it’s got to be one of the best moments of my life"
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on winning first title.


Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has roared back and secured his first tour title today in Bangkok, Thailand by defeating Serbian Novak Djokovic 7-6, 6-4. In a rematch of the 2008 Australian Open final, 23-year-old Tsonga turned the tables and took the trophy.

"It came down to maybe a couple of points. The last game was very hard and I was just saying in my head “Go On! Do It!” so it was incredible. I was not nervous, I was just a little bit nervous about Novak because he has played just unbelievably and, for me, it’s difficult to play against him because I have a really good serve and I think one of the best parts of his game is the return."


After spending the summer recooperating from knee surgery, Tsonga has blasted back onto the tour with an obvious determination. He could very well play his way into qualifying for the Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai for the first time.

"I feel great, it’s got to be one of the best moments of my life," said Tsonga. "I just played unbelievable tennis against Novak and it was just my dream so I’m really happy."


“This win is very special, I’ve wanted this since I was young,” Tsonga told reporters. “This is a dream come true. I’m happy to win, Novak is a great player.

“In tennis, you have to enjoy the moment. It’s great to win at last and I want to win more and more.”



Way to Go Tsonga!!

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Porsche Tennis Grand Prix With Venus And Serena This Week

Saturday, September 27, 2008


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American sisters Venus and World No. 1 Serena Williams have arrived in Stuttgard, Germany and are scheduled to play the the Porche Tennis Grand Prix this week, September 27 through October 5, 2008 . The ladies will play both singles and doubles.

This will be the first tournament that the sisters have played since the U.S. Open.

The tier II tournament will take place in the Porsche Arena, which is an indoor hard surface. The prize money at this tournament is $650,000, the singles winner can potentially collect $98,500. The winner can also snag the very elite and stylish Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Cabrio. The choice between the prize money or the Porsche sports car belongs to the winner. Decisions, decisions, decisions.

Venus and Serena Williams in Stuttgard, Germany for Porsche Tennis Grand Prix


Venus Williams and fan in Stuttgard, Germany for Porsche Tennis Grand Prix.

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AO Final Rematch, Tsonga Vs. Djokovic In Thailand

Black Tennis Pro's Thailand Open Semifinal Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Gael MonfilsBANGKOK, Thailand (AP)—Top-seeded Novak Djokovic and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga set up a rematch of their Australian Open final by winning semifinals Saturday at the Thailand Open.

Djokovic beat Thomas Berdych of the Czech Republic 7-5, 6-1, while the second-seeded Tsonga ousted fellow Frenchman Gael Monfils 6-0, 6-3.

Black Tennis Pro's Thailand Open Semifinal Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Gael Monfils

The third-ranked Djokovic won the first set when his shot tapped the net and fell into his opponent’s side. Berdych then double-faulted to lose his first service game of the second set, while a backhand error saw him go down 5-1. Djokovic closed the game out with a volley on his second match point.

“I felt as if I woke up from the dream in the second set. I felt sleepy in the first set,” the Serbian said. “But in the second set I broke him twice. He had bad service games and I took the opportunities.”

Tsonga benefited from a string of unforced errors by Monfils to race to a 4-0 lead. He faced a break point in the next game, but his powerful serve bailed him out and he went up 5-0. Tsonga set up a set point with a forehand down the line and took the set after Monfils’s forehand landed in the net.

Monfils hit an ace to level the second set at 1-1, but the more aggressive Tsonga broke again for a 4-2 lead with a passing shot. He sealed the victory with a service winner to wrap up the match in just 52 minutes.

“I hit the ball very well, but didn’t move well today,” Tsonga said. “I just hope to move better tomorrow.”

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OFF TOPIC: Oprah Winfrey Hops Aboard Disney's 'Frog'

Friday, September 26, 2008

Black Tennis Pro's Oprah Winfrey Frog PrincessOprah Winfrey has joined the voice cast of the upcoming Disney animated film "The Princess and the Frog." She will voice the mother of the princess.

At a Disney presentation in Hollywood on Wednesday, John Lasseter, the chief creative office at Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios, said that Winfrey will play the character of Eudora, the mother of the main character Princess Tiana, voiced by Anika Noni Rose.

The film, set for release in late 2009, is set in the French Quarter of New Orleans.

Winfrey has lent her vocal talents to several other animated and fantasy films in the past: Most recently, she played Judge Bumbleton in "Bee Movie," and she also provided dialogue for Gussy the Goose in the live-action "Charlotte's Web."

Randy Newman has written six new songs for the film, it was also announced. One of the songs, "Down in New Orleans," was performed at the presentation by Dr. John.

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OFF TOPIC: Oprah, "I Did Not Snub Sarah Palin"

Black Tennis Pro's Oprah Winfrey Did Not Snub Sarah PalinOn Friday Oprah Winfrey explained her decision not to have Sarah Palin on her show. Despite a public endorsement of Obama off of the show, she has never discussed it on her show. She reminded viewers that she has always said she would not use her show as a platform, and that the last time she interviewed Obama on air was 2006, before he declared himself as a candidate for president.

On a panel that was discussing current world events, Oprah chatted with best friend Gayle King, Ali Wentworth (tv personality and wife of George Stephanopoulos) and Mark Consuelos (an actor married to Kelly Ripa) and pointedly said they would not be discussing the election.

Oprah also says how, after Michelle Obama's DNC speech, she was encouraged by staff to invite her on the show. She refused. Oprah also agreed that if she had conducted the same interview as Katie Couric, she would have been hammered.

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It's A French Connection Semifinal In Thailand

Black Tennis Pro's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Gael Monfiels Thailand OpenFrenchmen Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Gael Monfils


I'm looking forward to this!!

Frenchmen Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Gael Monfils will go toe-to-toe in the semifinals of the Thailand Open in Bangkok. Tsonga and Monfils last met in France five years ago.

"I'm happy to be in the semifinals playing against my friend Gael," said Tsonga.

"I think it will be a good show! It's a very good feeling to be back. It was a lot of work to come back from injury."

World No. 20 Tsonga hit 13 aces and won 81 per cent of service points to beat No. 8 seed Jurgen Melzer of Austria 6-3, 6-2 in just 61 minutes. The La Rippe, Switzerland resident, who improved to 21-9 on the season, takes his place in a fourth semifinal (or better).

"I was focused and I played very good tennis today."

World No. 30 Monfils earned a gutsy 7-6(6), 6-4 victory over Philipp Petzschner of Germany to take a place in his third ATP semifinal this year.

"It's great to be in the semifinals, it gives me confidence. I'm playing consistently, which makes me feel good."

The 22-year-old Nyon, Switzerland resident has a 1-4 record in ATP finals, highlighted by a title-winning run at Sopot (defeated Mayer) in August 2005. He reached his last ATP final at Poertschach (lost to Monaco) in May 2007.


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Tsonga Kickboxing In Thailand

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Second seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France, who took part in a Thai kick-boxing demonstration on Thursday, will meet eighth-seeded Austrian Jurgen Melzer in the quarterfinals. Tsonga has a 1-0 record against Melzer, after the Frenchman won their ATP Masters Series Miami meeting in March. Melzer knocked out last month's Washington finalist Viktor Troicki of Serbia with a 6-4, 7-6(4) victory in 86 minutes. This season's Kitzbuhel finalist (l. to del Potro) improved to 27-22 on the season, while World No. 65 Troicki dropped to a 17-16 mark.

Black Tennis Pro's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga kickboxing in ThailandJo-Wilfried Tsonga of France poses while kickboxing at Impact Arena on day three of the Thailand Open on September 25, 2008 in Bangkok, Thailand.


Black Tennis Pro's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Thailand Open KickboxingJo-Wilfried Tsonga poses with Thai kickboxing champion Somrak Khamsing.


Black Tennis Pro's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Thailand Open KickboxingJo-Wilfried Tsonga gives a kickboxing demostration.


Black Tennis Pro's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Thailand Open KickboxingJo-Wilfried Tsonga of France poses with Thai kickboxing champion Somrak Khamsing.


Black Tennis Pro's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Thailand Open KickboxingJo-Wilfried Tsonga gives a kickboxing demostration.


Black Tennis Pro's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Thailand Open KickboxingJo-Wilfried Tsonga poses with Thai kickboxing champion Somrak Khamsing.


Black Tennis Pro's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Thailand Open KickboxingJo-Wilfried Tsonga poses while kickboxing at Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand.


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Tsonga And Monfils Advance At The Thailand Open

Black Tennis Pro's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga ThailandSecond-seeded Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, who finished runner-up at the Australian Open final in January, earned a hard-fought 7-6(9), 3-6, 7-6(1), victory over qualifier Lukas Dlouhy of the Czech Republic Wednesday for a place in the Thailand Open quarterfinals.

The 23-year-old Tsonga booked his place in a fourth ATP quarterfinal (or better) on the season after one hour and 59 minutes. The La Rippe, Swiss resident, hit 21 aces and converted two of four break point opportunities in a service-dominated match. The pair had previously met on the ATP Challenger circuit in Rennes two years ago.

Tsonga, who missed three months of the season due to knee surgery, is currently No. 18 in the ATP 2008 Race to Shanghai. He has a 20-9 record on the season, highlighted by a runner-up finish at the Australian Open (l. to Djokovic) and two semifinal exits at Adelaide (l. to Nieminen) and Casablanca (l. to Simon). The 25-year-old Dlouhy, who was contesting his third ATP singles event this year, has a 2-4 season record.
Black Tennis Pro's Gael Monfils Thailand
Another Frenchman, fourth seed Gael Monfils, who could move into the Top 20 of the ATP 2008 Race to Shanghai if he wins the title this week, knocked out American Robert Kendrick 6-4, 7-6(4) in 75 minutes. Monfils had a 5-7 start going into Roland Garros, before turning his season around by reaching his first Grand Slam semifinal (l. to Federer) at Roland Garros, followed by a semifinal run at Nottingham (l. to Karlovic), a quarterfinal at the Beijing Olympics (l. to Djokovic) and fourth round performance at the US Open (l. to Fish). The 22-year-old improved to 21-13 on the season, while World No. 102 Kendrick dropped to 3-8.


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Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Attends IWC Schaffhausen Party In Paris, France

Black Tennis Pro's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga IWC Schaffhausen PartyJo-Wilfried Tsonga attends the IWC Schaffhausen Party at the Park Hyatt Vendome Paris Hotel, on September 08, 2008 in Paris, France.


Black Tennis Pro's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga IWC Schaffhausen PartyJo-Wilfried Tsonga and Tony Parker


Black Tennis Pro's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga IWC Schaffhausen PartyTony Parker and wife Eva Longoria


Black Tennis Pro's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga IWC Schaffhausen Party(L-R) Ladji Doucoure, Leslie Djhone, Eva Longoria, Tony Parker and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga



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OFF TOPIC: Obama, "A President Is Going To Have To Deal With More Than One Thing At A Time."

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN TO CONTINUE


Barack Obama rejected the proposal -- put forward by John McCain today -- that the two presidential candidates leave the campaign trail, delay Friday's debate, and return to Washington to work on a bailout package for the economy,

"Presidents are going to have to deal with more than one thing at a time," he said, "it is not necessary for us to think we can do only one thing and suspend everything else."

Expressing concern about infusing "Capitol Hill with presidential politics," Obama said it was his desire to see the debate go forward.

"With respect to the debates it is my belief that this is exactly the time when the American people need to hear from the person who in roughly 40 days will be responsible for this mess," he said. "I think it is going to be part of the president's job to deal with more than one thing at once. I don't see why we can't be constructive in helping with this problem."

Obama, who would not commit to taking advertisements off the air as McCain's campaign has, delivered his remarks hours after McCain announced the suspension of his campaign. The Arizona Republican insisted that it was time for the two candidates to return to work to help push forward a bi-partisan bailout package to deal with the financial crisis.

Earlier in the afternoon, Democrats in Congress were already calling out McCain for engaging in what was described, at various times, as a "Hail Mary pass" and a "deeply cynical" ploy.

"The debate should take place as scheduled," Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in an interview with NPR to be broadcast this afternoon. "We have to be able to do a couple of things at once. That's what leadership requires."

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said in a statement that McCain's move would actually impair negotiations over the bailout by introducing politics into the equation.


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OFF TOPIC: John McCain Trying To Avoid A Shellacking In Upcoming Debate

I don't buy it, I don't buy it!!


John McCain woke up this morning and saw that he has now slipped nine points in the polls, Obama was on the phone taking the lead in unity on the principles of fixing this Wall Street mess, and he still had not done all of his economic homework. So what does he say, TIME OUT!

McCain chooses to suspend his campaign and asks that Obama do likewise so that they can return to Washington and bring compromise. PLEASE!

McCain is selling wolf tickets. There are enough people already on the Hill working on this bill. We have a president to elect, show us what you've got!

Nico Pitney at The Huffington Post writes the following:


Why does John McCain suddenly want to suspend his presidential campaign and postpone Friday's debate? His campaign surrogates are saying it's a typical "maverick" move, that McCain is simply "putting country first." Let's look at the evidence:

1) As Ben Smith notes, McCain's move "is a mark, most of all, that he doesn't like the way this campaign is going. ... The only thing that's changed in the last 48 hours is the public polling."

2) The idea of uniting the campaigns to find a bipartisan solution to the Wall Street crisis wasn't even McCain's idea. A few minutes ago, Obama spokesman Bill Burton emailed to reporters:

"At 8:30 this morning, Senator Obama called Senator McCain to ask him if he would join in issuing a joint statement outlining their shared principles and conditions for the Treasury proposal and urging Congress and the White House to act in a bipartisan manner to pass such a proposal. At 2:30 this afternoon, Senator McCain returned Senator Obama's call and agreed to join him in issuing such a statement. The two campaigns are currently working together on the details."

3) John McCain has skipped more votes during this session than any member of the Senate except for Tim Johnson, who had major brain surgery. All of a sudden, McCain demands that the presidential race shut down so he can return to Washington?

4) For all of his sudden urgency, McCain acknowledged just yesterday that he had not even read the administration's three-page bailout proposal.

5) It's not clear at all that having McCain and Obama back in DC will actually help. "What does seem apparent, though, is that putting the two candidates in the negotiating room is far more likely to distract--and derail--negotiations than having them out on the hustings," Jonathan Cohn writes at the New Republic. "Besides, it's not as if McCain has any great expertise he can bring to this subject. Or does he plan to bring Senator Phill Gramm, Mr. Deregulator himself, along?"

It's impossible to know why McCain chose this course, but it sure seems like more of a political stunt than a maverick moment.


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ATP Tour And USTA Pro Circuit Tennis Action This Week

SINGLES

Round 1

Gael Monfils, FRA vs. BYE

Donald Young, USA vs. Jurgen Melzer, AUT

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, FRA vs. BYE


DOUBLES

Round 1

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, FRA and Fabrice Santoro, FRA
vs.
Novak Djokovic, SRB and Marko Djokovic, SRB

Gael Monfils, FRA and Viktor Troicki, SRB
vs.
Robin Soderling, SWE and Rogier Wassen, NED


SINGLES

Round 1

Nicholas Monroe, USA defeated by Todd Widom
2-6, 1-6

Raven Klaasen, RSA defeated Michael Russell, USA
6-2, 5-7, 7-5

Phillip Simmonds, USA defeated by Ryan Sweeting, USA
1-6, 4-6


DOUBLES

Round 1

Raven Klaasen, RSA and Ivo Klec, SVK
vs.
Tim Smyczek, USA and Ryan Sweeting USA

Nicholas Monroe, USA and Alberto Francis, USA
defeated by
Raony Carvalho, BRA and Christian Rojmar, SWE
3-6, 4-6

Phillip Simmonds, USA and Greg Ouellette, USA
defeated by
Philip Bester, CAN and Peter Polansky, CAN
5-7, 1-6


SINGLES

Round 1

Marcus Fugate, USA vs. Sheeva Parbhu, USA


DOUBLES

Round 1

Marcus Fugate, USA and Nima Roshan, USA
defeated by
Daniel Andrus, USA and Aaron Yovan, USA
2-6, 7-6(2), [8/10]


SINGLES*

Round 1

Alexandra Stevenson, USA vs. Madison Brengle, USA

Angela Haynes, USA vs. Betina Jozami, ARG

Raquel Kops-Jones, USA vs. Shenay Perry, USA


*Eliminated during the singles qualifying rounds:

Whitney Jones, USA
Tiya Rolle, USA


DOUBLES

Round 1

Raquel Kops-Jones, USA and Abigail Spears, USA
defeated
Soledad Esperon, ARG and Tetiana Luzhanska, UKR
6-3, 6-4

Angela Haynes, USA and Sunitha Rao, IND
defeated by
Liga Dekmeijere, LAT and Jelena Pandzic, CRO
3-6, 7-5, [10/12]

Whitney Jones, USA and Tiya Rolle, USA
defeated by
Madison Brengle, USA and Heidi El Tabakh, CAN
1-6, 0-6



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