Posts Tagged ‘WTA’

Dokic retires hurt in Charleston

Dokic retires hurt in Charleston

3 April 2012

Jelena Dokic’s forgettable 2012 season has continued, with the former world No.4 having to retire in the first set of her first round match at the Family Circle Cup in Charleston. Read more

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Dokic downed in Miami opener

Dokic downed in Miami opener

21 March 2012

Jelena Dokic has fallen on Tuesday at the Sony Ericsson Open in what was a disappointing day for Australia at the combined ATP/WTA event in Miami. Read more

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Injury thwarts Dokic at Indian Wells

Injury thwarts Dokic at Indian Wells

9 March 2012

Broken in the opening game after winning just one point, Jelena Dokic pulled the pin in her first round match against Gisela Dulko at the ATP/WTA event in Indian Wells, citing a right wrist injury. Read more

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Dokic disappointed by loss to Rogowska

Dokic disappointed by loss to Rogowska

2 March 2012

Olivia Rogowska has defeated fellow Australian and defending champion Jelena Dokic in the second round of the WTA Malaysian Open in Kuala Lumpur. Read more

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Dokic sets up clash with Rogowska

Dokic sets up clash with Rogowska

28 February 2012

Australian duo Jelena Dokic and Olivia Rogowska moved into the second round of the Malaysian Open on Monday, both claiming straight sets victories. Read more

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Photos: Jelena’s season so far

Photos: Jelena’s season so far

27 February 2012

A review of Jelena Dokic’s 2012 season to March.  Read more

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‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands

16 June 2011

‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
12-18 June 2011
Surface: Grass/OutDoors
$220,000

Singles

Rd Opponent Result W/L
1R A Kudryavtseva 6-0 6-4 W
2R F Pennetta 6-3 6-4 W
QF J Larsson 7-6(2) 6-4 W
SF R Oprandi 6-4 2-0 ret W
F R Vinci 6-7 6-3 7-5 L

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Copenhagen, Denmark

16 June 2011

Copenhagen, Denmark 
6-13 June 2011
Surface: Hard/Indoor
$220,000

Singles

Rd Opponent Result W/L
1R G Voskoboeva 6-3 6-1 L

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