Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Amélie has something to celebrate ...

So this year she will celebrate her 30th birthday, Amélie Mauresmo will also have an opportunity to celebrate her tenth participation in the Open GDF SUEZ in 2009. And the former world number one could well take the opportunity to dominate Coubertin for the third time.

This annual event in February, she knows well. Above all she particularly appreciates. This year, Amélie Mauresmo will be present to delight the Parisian public. And why not afford a third sacred Coubertin after won in 2001 and 2006. For its tenth consecutive Amélie wants to wait all weekend to blow the candles. And hope the cross in the final is far from being incongruous.

Associated with this season Hugo Lecoq, Team player GDF SUEZ is finally rid of these glitches that have marred physical much of her 2008 season. Determined and ambitious, the former world number one found on a particular game and the technique into the big world of women's tennis in 2006. More compelling on her service and its return, the French player was offered a semi-final in Brisbane in early January and came up against the Belarussian Azarenka in the third round of the Australian Open. In the year she turns 30, Amélie is determined to surprise. Why not start on her favorite tournament to Coubertin?

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