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  • Wimbledon 2012: Petrova won the dramatic battle | Wimbledon 2012: Petrova won the dramatic battle | Hír | Babos Timea
    service game and in the end I lost the whole match Maybe Petrova was lucky that she started serving in the final set She played more calmly when she hold the serve This was the case in last game I fought hard all in all we played a good game but of course there is still room for improvement It was a great experience to play in Wimbledon which is one of my favorite tournament said the 69th ranked Timea Babos The 69th ranked Hungarian teen started encouragingly but lost her serve from 40 15 she couldn t save the second break point Petrova began with a huge swing hits 11 winners in the first four games Timi also played good tennis rarely made mistakes gathered points with excellent attacks But the routine Petrova s serves remained stable so her rival couldn t reach for break point Timi several times made two receiver points once there was 40 40 but not more It was a high quality game and remained in the second set Petrova did not sit back but this time she had less winners Timi kept up to 2 2 but then lost serve again but she didn t give up The Hungarian player reached break point at 3 4 she used the opportunity Then Timi won her own service game and after that Petrova equalized smoothly The referee then opted to continue the battle on Thursday because of the darkness Timea Babos played great tennis on Wednesday had 7 aces 24 winners and 1 unforced error Petrova had 5 aces 21 winners and 11 unforced errors On the next day Timi easily held her serve Petrova relatively smoothly equalized In the tie break the Hungarian teen played brilliant She quickly moved to a 4 0 lead and

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  • WTA: getting to knom…Tímea Babos | WTA: getting to knom…Tímea Babos | Hír | Babos Timea
    but he realized if I was to take tennis seriously he needed to get other coaches involved at 15 I went to train in the UK for a few years and then in 2010 I got a good sponsorship deal which meant I could come back and train in Budapest How would you describe your playing style and what are your strengths and weaknesses TB I am an aggressive player and because I m tall and quite athletic I try to approach the net often and go for winners a lot But I m not only aggressive my dad also taught me not a defensive game but a neutral one where I can hit slice and drop shots sometimes Because of my height and power my biggest strength is my serve which really helps when I m playing on faster courts like grass or indoor hard The part of my tennis I m trying to work on is my concentration and I ve recently started working with a psychologist to help improve this Did you have a tennis idol growing up TB Yes it was Elena Dementieva I really liked her style of play and although she never won a Grand Slam she was always at or near the top and also won the Olympics She didn t seem arrogant and was always nice to the junior players at Grand Slams Despite being so successful she seemed to be a nice person What is your best tennis memory so far TB This is a tough one Winning junior Grand Slam titles was very exciting but probably the best memory would be winning in Monterrey Sometimes it s not just winning the tournament that makes a tournament special and Monterrey was somewhere when I really liked the atmosphere The people at the tournament were also really nice and it was just a great week Who has been your toughest opponent to date TB Another tough question At every tournament each week there is someone difficult to play Sara Errani was really difficult as she is so fit and fast But so far I would say Kimiko Date Krumm I lost to her in January and then we had another really close match this week There are always some people who you have tough matches with and my coach said to me that Kimiko could be that person for me What are your goals in tennis TB Short term I would really like to make it into the Top 50 so I can play in the Olympics I m already not far off this and to play in the Olympics is a big dream for me For my whole career I would like to make the Top 20 or Top 15 and one day play in a Grand Slam final Which one Probably Wimbledon What is your favorite tournament TB Although it s not the best or most glamorous tournament I really like playing Budapest It s nice to have the fans

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  • Wimbledon 2012: Timi lost in doubles with Brianti | Wimbledon 2012: Timi lost in doubles with Brianti | Hír | Babos Timea
    0 Kirilenko and Petrova was the clear favourite and they won the encounter easily Timi in the last moment came together with Brianti after her previous partner Hsieh Su Wei cancelled their joint appearance shortly before Wimbledon The Hungarian Taiwanese duo more than a week ago won the Birmingham tournament but Timi couldn t do anything with the partner s announcement Timi and Brianti started well at Wimbledon they had

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  • Wimbledon 2012: Timi won the battle of Birmingham’s champions! | Wimbledon 2012: Timi won the battle of Birmingham’s champions! | Hír | Babos Timea
    well but I must improve the receiver game I feel that I won cause of good exercises from the last weeks and I gained much self confidence from the match against Safarova in Eastbourne Absolutely it was not an easy win Oudin plays her best tennis on grass and she came to Wimbledon after a triumph said Tímea Babos Oudin ranked only 123rd but only a week ago she won the AEGON Classic in which she started in the qualifying Timi also celebrated in Birmingham she is the new champion in doubles with Hsieh Su Wei The 19 year old Hungarian player started perfectly served and received very well quickly pulled away 3 0 Oudin was almost not on the pitch for a long time she didn t have a winner shot Then she slowly regrouped herself and at 4 2 she took advantage from the second break point At that time it was a very balanced match Fortunately Timi is not disturbed by the equalizer at 5 4 again played very well as a receiver immediately won the set ball and ended the 37 minute set move one step closer to the second round The sequel remained balanced but at 2 2 Oudin again broke her rival Tímea Babos immediately had a chance to equalize but it did not work The American player fought to the end and won the 38 minute act In the beginning of the all important third set Oudin again had an early break but fortunately the equalizer came right away The match was close very close the statistics show that The battle decided at 4 3 In the last game Oudin saved the first match point at 40 30 but Timi took advantage of the second chance with another beautiful winner So she reached

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  • Australian Open 2015: smooth victory in Women's Doubles | Australian Open 2015: smooth victory in Women's Doubles | Hír | Babos Timea
    Mladenovic was very confident they lost only two points behind the serves They broke the rival twice at 1 0 to 40 and at 4 1 to 15 After that the Hungarian French pair won the seventh game to 0 The second set brought much more excitement This also contributed to the Grand Slam tournament rules instead of no ad rule afzer 40 40 one of the pairs must win two game with the advantage of two points Jovanovski and Piter broke the rival at 1 0 to 30 then saved a total of five break points Fortunately they couldn t save the sixth chance After that Timi and her partner jumped to a 5 2 lead with another two breaks The eight game again brought huge battle The Serbian Polish duo had six break points and they lived with the last chance But in the next game Timi and Mladenovic had three match points as a receiver and they won the second The 10th seed Hungarian French pair will meet Bethanie Mattek Sands and Lucie Safarova The American Czech duo won 6 3 6 2 against Tatjana Maria Germany and Raluca Olaru Romania in the opening round The 29 year old Mattek Sands is ranked 110th in doubles Her career best position was 11 4 April 2011 During her career she has won 13 WTA and 3 ITF tournament in this genre A few days ago she celebrated in Sydney at the 731 000 USD event with the Indian Sania Mirza Mattek Sands in 2010 Co Z Yan from Hong Kong and in 2011 Co Meghann Shaughnessy from the USA reached the last eight at the Australian Open These are her best results in women s doubles in Melbourne The 27 year old Safarova is ranked 38th her career

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  • Australian Open 2015: against the US Open winners in mixed doubles | Australian Open 2015: against the US Open winners in mixed doubles | Hír | Babos Timea
    and her American partner played together in the last three Grand Slam tournament after the excellent result in Paris they reached the third round at Wimbledon and lost in the opening round at the US Open The young Hungarian is ranked 21st while Butorac is ranked 20th in the doubles World ranking The 28 year old Mirza is 5th this is her career best So far the Indian player won 23 WTA nad 4 ITF tournament in doubles In mixed doubles she played five Grand Slam final she won in 2009 at the Australian Open Co Mahesh Bhupathi in 2012 at the Roland Garros Co Bhupathi and in 2014 at the US Open Co Soares In 2008 at the Australian Open Co Bhupathi and in 2014 at the Australian Open Co Horia Tecau lost the final A year ago Timi constant doubles partner Kristina Mladenovic won with Daniel Nestor in Melbourne The 32 year old Soares is ranked at the 10th place in the world rankings his career best position is 3 7 October 2013 During his career he won 18 ATP doubles tournament So far he was three times finalists at Grand Slam tournament in mixed doubles in 2012

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  • Australian Open 2015: defeat in singles after two close set | Australian Open 2015: defeat in singles after two close set | Hír | Babos Timea
    different She served well that was the key High wind was today that s why I was very uncertain behind my serves Overall it was pretty good match I think I m sad I did not play badly rated Timi after the match In the 2015 season the 21 year old Hungarian player reached the second round in Shenzhen and lost in the third qualifying round in Sydney The last year s Wimbledon quarterfinalist Czech player was in the semifinal in China and defeated in the last eight in Australia In the 51 minute first set at the Australian Open Timi saved a total of five break points in the opening three games in the first game she saved three chances and after 1 1 another two She hold her service game twice after 15 40 In the sixth gave Zahlavova Strycova saved three break points then won her opponent s service game to 30 The Czech player lived with the second chance in taht game Timi came back to 5 4 but she couldn t break the rival in the tenth game Zahlavova Strycova hold her service to 30 Unfortunately at the beginning of the second set Zahlavova Strycova

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  • Australian Open 2015: draw for the women's doubles | Australian Open 2015: draw for the women's doubles | Hír | Babos Timea
    while Mladenovic is ranked 18th in the WTA The Hungarian French duo was a finalist last year in Paris Wimbledon Cincinnati and in Limoges this week they reached the last four in Sydney The 21 year old Hungarian player won two matches last year with Petra Martic at the Australian Open Mladenovic was in the second round with Flavia Pennetta The 23 year old Jovanovski is ranked 208th in doubles Her career best position is 203 3 November 2014 The Serbian player has not won a competition in this genre Last year she was beaten in the first round at the Australian Open Co Donna Vekic In the 2014 season she was a quarterfinalist in Istanbul Turkey 250 000 USD hard court Co Francesca Schiavone and Tashkent Uzbekistan 250 000 USD hard court Co Danka Kovinic The 23 year old Piter is ranked 75th in the world rankings her career best position is 67 28 April 2014 Throughout her career she has won one WTA and 14 ITF tournament in this genre It is interesting that in 2013 Piter remained unbeaten with Mladenovic in Palermo The Polish player a year ago reached the second round in Melbourne with Alicja Rosolska

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