Oudin, Confidence Flowing, Into WTA Paris Semifinals
by Jeremy Davis | February 12th, 2010, 5:26 pm
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Melanie Oudin hadn’t won a main draw WTA match since last year’s US Open quarterfinal run, but that changed this week at the Open GDF Suez tournament in Paris, where the U.S. Fed Cup hero is into the semifinals.


In the semis she will face a US Open rematch against Elena Demetieva, one of four Russians she beat at last year’s Open. On Friday Oudin outlasted Agnes Szavay 2-6, 6-4, 6-2, while Dementieva also endured a tough encounter against Andrea Petkovic 3-6, 6-4, 6-2.

Dementieva had nothing but positive things to say about Oudin after losing to the American last year at the US Open.

“I think she’s very talented,” Dementieva said. “She was in the court and not afraid to play. She was playing very aggressively, really enjoying this atmosphere, you know, the crowd support and really going for the winners…I feel she has a great variety. She can go for the slice, dropshot, and forehand winners, also…I think she has a very solid game…I think she moves really well. You know, the footwork is really great…she’s very patient on the court. She knows what is her strength. She’s just waiting for the moment to attack the ball. So even with she’s not very tall, but still, you know, she’s very athletic.”

Oudin’s confidence has soared since she led the U.S. Fed Cup team to an upset in France on red clay last weekend.

Saturday’s other semifinal will be Italian Flavia Pennetta against Czech Lucie Safarova. Pennetta beat fellow Italian Tathiana Garbin 6-1, 6-3, while Safarova rolled over No. 6 seed Shahar Peer 6-3, 6-0.


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76 Comments for Oudin, Confidence Flowing, Into WTA Paris Semifinals

Andrew Miller Says:

Oudin’s results are impressive. Too impressive. But she wins and she won big at the US Open. I am not sure what I think of her game – I think she needs some more tools out there.

But cant deny it – she has a competitive drive and desire to win matches, and she does it. Kudos to Oudin.


Kimmi Says:

Oudin does not stop to impress. She has taken first set against demantieva. can she win the match?


madmax Says:

Oudin has a very strong game, strong backhand and awesome forehand, it’s her serve that needs more work, but certainly for an 18 year old, she has an amazing passion out there on court and wont give up, not even on any point. I heard that she has been sick all week, so to even play today is amazing.


Kimmi Says:

I agree madmax. She has great variety too. She can change the pace very well, slice backhand is good, slice forehand too..drop shots and she can hit flat attacking FH and BH. Serve is a problem, She is sooo small so I don’t know how much improvement she can do on that shot.

Great effort in Paris..she gave demantieva a run for her money too.


jane Says:

I think she plays a little bit too defensively from what I remember at the USO. I’ve not seen her matches since. She was able to break down a lot of the WTA players there due to their weak serves and her persistence. But I think she needs to try to be a little more aggressive. She’s got a lot of variety and good speed though, not to mention fantastic will. I agree with both of you that her serve needs work.

Frankly, they should run workshops for WTA players on how to serve consistently and with variety – maybe Serena could run them. ; /


margot Says:

jane: nowhere to post anything about Djko/Youzny/Soderling, so it’s going here! Am sure Djko will walk all over Youzny and hope he then walks all over that boring, ball basher!
I see you have no snow in Vancouver. Plenty here still, want some?! You’re welcome.
We’ve just watched France slaughter Ireland at Rugby. Fantastic play by them. Hope Tsonga and co were watching! Yes, I like most sports if played well…and some of those French blokes were mighty gorgeous…..


jane Says:

hey margot : ] – so far Youz is playing well and Djoko has started slowly. Yes, I’d imagine we’d gladly take some of your snow. LOL!! Last year, of course, we were inundated with it; this year, the Olympic year, mild as ever. Wouldn’t you know it? BTW, do you follow fashion at all? I was so very sad to see your Alexander McQueen check out; he was such a renegade!


jane Says:

Oy – having a tough time watching Novak today – too many UEs, and below 50% first serves in (well he’s up to 52% now but it was 27% at one point!!). I hate when he is struggling. Hope he comes around soon. Come on Novak, get to the finals.

I am wondering if all this “draw luck” kind of hurts a player on one level; of course it helps on another level (in terms of effort, fatigue, etc), but they kind of go it cold until they hit a hot player. And then it’s a wake up call.


jane Says:

Oh good lord Novak – you are sucking today and I give up. Get some help with that serve and your attitude. Show some energy on the court. GO for it a little more, STEP IT UP! SHEESH! I am having a shower.


Kimmi Says:

Jane, just started to watch the match now…what is happeneing with all the people I tip to win today…so he was not serving well?

lets see if he can turn it around here..he needs to quick!


Kimmi Says:

I think Djoko is playing a bad tactic game here..he is going to youzhny BH 72% of time. Why not mix it more..youznhy FH is not that devastating..why?

While Youznhy is mixing things up. almost 53-47% to both wings

Djoko needs to comeback now..great game to stay in the match! Lets see if Youzhy can choke here..


madmax Says:

Jane,

yes. Alexander Mcqueen. Loved him. A real maverick as you say. What can you do? Mega money doesnt bring a whole lot of happiness does it?

Kimmi, I think that Dementieva (I love her!), is a little bit scared of Oudin. Oudin plays like lights out tennis, she NEVER gives up on ANY point. She is a real tigress. But the experience of Dementieva won through today, but it was close.


Kimmi Says:

Big choke from Youzhy i tell you..Djoko needs to take the chance here!


Kimmi Says:

oh dear double faults give Djoko another life..

This will become like those matches where Youzhy does not win a game this set..that would have been big win for him..he got tight.


Kimmi Says:

Ok, he hold his serve..lets have a tie break


jane Says:

Kimmi, I really can’t see Djoko coming back to win this despite that choke there when trying to serve it out. Youz has been the better player today from the get-go. He’s got a great backhand doesn’t he?


jane Says:

madmax, I know re: McQueen. What I most liked about him was his showmanship; he really transformed the whole notion a catwalk shows and made them into theatre. Plus he had that Saville Row training so the cuts were amazing. What some people can do with a piece of cloth hey?

And also a tennis ball – some are pretty good with that too!


Kimmi Says:

mini break there Djoko..If he can take this TB..he will have a great chance to win the match


Kimmi Says:

commentators are talking about djokovic match with stepanek in basel..I agree exactly similar!


Kimmi Says:

great point by both


jane Says:

Like I said Kimmi, Youz has been the better player today. He’s won the rallies and points when they’ve counted, except for that bad double fault. But he is the deserving winner.


Kimmi Says:

shi&T this match is tense


jane Says:

If he plays like he has today, Djoko has no hope of defending in Dubai, besides the fact that Fed, Murray, Roddick and maybe Rafa will be there. Youz has played well for sure, but Djoko just hasn’t been at his best either. It’s a good thing he played this event anyhow to make up for the points he will likely lose at Dubai! LOL. Oh well, onward and upward. Can only hope for the best right?


Kimmi Says:

Youznhy biggest win! I thought he would be too disappointed to lose those match points earlier but kept his nerves very well.

The commentator talking about Djoko signalling not seeing very well..lighting perhaps? Congrats youzhny..again I admit did not see this coming.

Too bad jane, I agree with you on your 2:24pm..those lucky draw not good sometimes..he needed as many matches as possible to be sharp.


jane Says:

Kimmi, you think Youz has any chance of repeating his 2007 title here or does Soda pop have it in the can? ; )


Kimmi Says:

I don’t know anymore jane, my predictions have gone out soooo far. They are both going with great confidence to the final (with big wins)..Soda has a big serve advantage but Youz can play great baseline…???


Long Live The King Says:

wow! the two NDs make me 0/2 today. sorry jane. I do agree that youzhny’s bh is a thing of beauty. Novak, must be driving his fans up the wall. He looked like he was ready for the next step, at the end of last year and this year has let go 2 easy draws.

Duro, I can smell money. LOL


jane Says:

Thanks LLTK. He is indeed “driving me up the wall”! I think Duro better cash in his bonds. LOL. Oh Novak, why can’t you just do it?

Well, congrats to Youz for his win; he deserved it.

Kimmi, I think Youz has the edge on variety too – he can play nice at the net, hit lobs, etc. Sod has the edge on power and … pop.


margot Says:

jane: bummer! Now I hope Youzny wins. Yes, sad about Mcqueen, he was surely a unique talent from a working class background too, quite unusual in the fashion world and some of his creations were truly wild!


Duro Says:

Long live, I put that money aside to wait for you. I already said goodbye to them.

What bothers me about our bet outcome is that No28-vak plays Belgrade clay tournament prior to IW, with no rest in between. I probably should have picked Miami instead of IW, but bet is a bet, it sure stays.


jane Says:

Hey margot – yes, double bummer. McQueen and Djok.

Hi Duro, “No28-vak” – have even you lost faith!? What shall we do? sar is “not talking” to Djoko now. We need to arrange a coup de main with his coaching staff … or something. LOL, but also sigh and ugh.


Long Live The King Says:

Duro:

Belgrade is before IW? thats weird…. wasn’t it at a different time, last year? wow!

let me get busy searching for some cool online deals ;)


Kimmi Says:

“…. hope he then walks all over that boring, ball basher!

margot, why don’t you like Soda? I think he is great. have you heard his interviews..he has a small voice and always very respectful. He has reached his potential in the last couple of year and he had a very good win at FO 09..unless you are nadal fan, I see talent than just ball bashing, that was a great win for soda


Kimmi Says:

“Belgrade is before IW? thats weird…. wasn’t it at a different time, last year? wow!”

Long live, exactly my question! Let me check the calender on ATP site.


Kimmi Says:

Belgrade is same slot (I don’t know what duro is trying to pull :))..starting 3rd may…same week as estoril.


madmax Says:

well, I pegged it for a soderling v Djokovic final. Gotta say that Youzhny made some crazy shots – but he’s got less rest tonight, I know the final is 1pm tomorrow UK time, so will that be enough to time to recover?

Soderling must be counting the money already! I think he is leading the h2h by 2:1 (not that that is any indication), but such different styles – will be interesting to watch.

Duro,

Where have you mean – such a long time seeing you here – ?

what is going on with Novak right now?


madmax Says:

am getting tired and making lots of spelling errors, sorry guys.

duro – meant to say “where have you been!”.


Long Live The King Says:

Thanks Kimmi, even the ATP cant be THAT crazy :)

Duro, breathe easy….. your euros got just a little safer :)

If you want, we can have another bet for miami :D


Long Live The King Says:

kimmi@ 4:31

Agree on Soda boy. He played some of the best tennis of the year, last year. have liked his game since the 2007 wimbledon 3rd round with Rafa.

That said, I like Misha too. I predict Soda pops misha in 2.


Kimmi Says:

“have liked his game since the 2007 wimbledon 3rd round with Rafa.”

Long Live: careful, you might wake up a sleeping giant. That match is what started the “I don’t like soda” “he is disrespectful” “has no talent” etc etc.

I Liked that match too, apart from good tennis, it had more drama than your average tennis match!


Duro Says:

Long live, Kimmi, Who said Belgrade 250 event? It’s Davis Cup against USA. Kimmi, Do you now know what I’m trying to pull? My money back! But no help for me…


Duro Says:

Jane, I shall never lose faith unless Nole becomes No28-le for real. Till then, No1-vak all the way!


Duro Says:

Maxi, what can I say… I pop up occasionally, but mostly reading posts here… About Novak, well… Too mad to comment, but very interesting in kicking his butt when he comes home! I can’t long on on TT threads, so that’s probably why you don’t see me anywhere. How are you, besides perfect (considering your idol achievements)?


Duro Says:

Maxi, log on, I meant.


Kimmi Says:

Duro: Murray just pulled out of Masseille, I guess it is still No2-vak for a while..

Davis Cup..hmmm..I agree, I was way out. A lot of players don’t like that clay/hardcourt switch. Novak should take a page out of federer/Roddick and Murray book..concentrate on “ranking” they say.


Duro Says:

Kimmi, number 2 is not jeopardized, not only because of Murray’s pulling off from Marseille, but he already lost 500 from Rotterdam. The difference was 510 points, plus 500, plus Novak’s new 180. It’s 1180 now. Novak is defending 500 in Dubai, but even if he fails he’ll lose 320 at most, or less… Anyway, No2-vak will stay No2-vak, but let me call him No28-vak for tonight. He well deserved it, all right.


Kimmi Says:

1180! Yeah, a lot of points!

But just wait for Muzza to come back, he is feeding in some energy at the moment, he will be the guy to watch!


Duro Says:

Kimmi, I agree. No doubt about. You cannot beat the guy unless you play perfectly. I have never seen anyone cover the court so well. The problem is that his result depends on other guy’s performance mostly…


Kimmi Says:

” The problem is that his result depends on other guy’s performance mostly…”

Bullshit duro :) yeah is No. 3 because of other guys perfomance. I hope you don’t mean that..then other guys needs to raise their game..what is stopping them?


Duro Says:

Kimmi, what I mean is that he plays defensively, waiting mostly for other guy’s errors, no huge weapon in his arsenal… It only takes one Marin Čilić, Or Gonzo, or anyone else who’s in the mood and play with inspiration on a given day to beat him when it matters. If you tend to be the best no technical flaws allowed. He lacks serious things in tennis to cross the line and win big things. You cannot wait all your life for your opponent to make mistake and win a Grand Slam title that way! There will always be some Marin Čilić or Gonzo from Chile, or anyone else who will be inspired and play more aggressive than you do and stop you from fulfilling your dream. It takes 7 matches to win those… Not with defensive play only.


Kimmi Says:

Duro: He got to 2 slams finals and now you think he got there by sheer defensive. Well, there is a lot of defensive players around, I see no one doing what Murray is doing. He has beaten the same Cilic you are raving about while I don’t dispute the talent Cilic has shown so far. Gonzalez! What are you still talking about the FO 09’ loss..players lose and win sometimes., you of all people should know that.

Murray twice has reached a slam final by beating 6 aggressive or not players. he lost to both federer in these finals..and tell me which top player has not lost to federer in a slam final (nadal and delpotro) very very few. It’s still too early to count him out. Even if I decide to agree with you, OK he is waiting for other players errors then whatever he does has been effective and he should not stop doing that imo.

I will stop speculating about what will happen to him and just see what happens. imo he has a lot of potential and I see more good things happening to him.

I will end this by saying..we will just have to agree to disagree! Have a good night


Duro Says:

Of course, Kimmi. I never counted him out, just pointed some of my observation regarding his game style. If you are satisfied with it, good for you, you’re his fan. I still think if he wants to become number 1, EVERYTHING must depend on him only! There’s a stroke missing there… A forehand!

Good night, Kimmi. He’s amazing, don’t you worry.


Kimmi Says:

Duro, I am not a blind fan. I understand that Murray has flaws, namely his second serve and his forehand but when I watched him in the AO, I thought his second serve has improve a little, though i think he still has a lot of work there. A kick serve would be good and should maybe learn to add some spin on it too. His forehand has a lot of work too. His overall game needs improvement on transition from defense to offense etc.

But really, he is not doing too bad either. His first serve is one of the best, he just needs to improve in %, it is always been around 50 or less sometimes. His backhand is one of the best and has won him a lot of points. He has a very good slice which is hard to attack etc…So you see, its not all bad. But i hear you, he needs a more aggressive mentality and he is shown that in his matches already and I think he will just improve from here.

Good example, when I look at the stats of Cilic v Murray match, he his 40 winners to Cilic 35. Furthermore, he hit 38 winners to Nadal 23
Only his match with federer he was low in winners compared to fed but who else can you compare with The Fed – No one..My point is you don’t hit 30+ winners by playing defensive.


margot Says:

kimmi: your analysis/defence of Andy is just splendiferous! Couldn’t have done a better job myself. BTW last time I looked at ATP stats Andy was 6th for points gained on second serve. Considering all the stick he gets, I was surprised. Watching AO I thought both forehand and second serve were better.
As far as Soderling is concerned, his movement and net play is like a fish on a bycycle- why it just ain’t right! I like players who move athletically I guess; Fed, Andy, Novak, Johnny Mac etc.


madmax Says:

duro,

i see similarities in new poster TT, rzr – I thought that was you? may be not. But have seen OllyK for the first time in ages over there, so responded to a post on novak over there, but to repeat, what happened to him last night against Youzhny? I thought that Novak played some incredible shots but was not consistent. That doesnt mean that, “that’s it” for Novak, a bad day at the office is all.

I had read that he had a stomach upset? I looked out for him clutching his abs, but didnt see anything like that Duro, so I think this was just Novak not playing his best – and Youzhny playing better. It happens to the best of them.

But really good to see you here duro.


Duro Says:

Maxi, no no… If it was me I would have told it to everyone, same as I explained my Duronole nick and not only Duro due to technical problems I had logging in. I still can’t log in there. It keeps repeating, wrong username or password. It drives me really mad!

About No28-vak, his stomach problems happened in AO, not here as I understood.

Youzhny played perfect game, except when closing it for the match. He was very concentrated, calm and confident. That court obviously suits his game very well, since he won that tournament and had great results there.

Novak plays unexplainable defensively. He stays, with no reason, 2 or 3 meters behind the base line and let his opponent dictate or attack. Novak did play some incredible shots, but he had a wrong concept for the match. He lacks matches obviously, too. Overall, he didn’t play a good match for his standards. To have a lead of 5-2 in a tie-break and miss it, it’s inexcusable. I definitely think that if he had won that tie-break he would have won the match easily afterwards.

All in all, the shots were OK (most of them), but his head wasn’t. He definitely didn’t need that walkover he got from Mayer. It’s 14th of February and he completed only 7 official matches from the beginning of the year. I see him very confused, not confident enough, and very uncertain what game style to use after these Martin-Vajda influences.


madmax Says:

Duro,

do you think that Novak needs a new coach? I thought Martin was brought in to improve his game?

I think it is still early days, and perhaps it was just “one of those days”, so I wouldnt worry too much.

I did wait around for you, for a while, but then logged off, am going out now so will be back later and record the soderling match.

how many hours are you ahead/behind in noleland?


Duro Says:

Maxi, Noleland is only an hour ahead of you! I’m going out, too. Beautiful day here; nice opportunity to take a stroll with kids today. See you later.


madmax Says:

1 hour duro! only! and all those missed opportunities for us to chat! I thought for some bizarre reason, you were 8 hours ahead!

look forward to chatting when you get back, duro.


Kimmi Says:

margot: thank, i am trying and hopefully i convinced duro this time but then maybe not :-)

re soderling, I agree..he is not the best mover but he does well with what he has. He beat the undisputed clay king in the biggest clay court, so can’t be that bad a mover. Anyways, he won today..kudos to him.


jane Says:

Duro good points at 7:41 re: defensiveness and duo influences = some confusion, uncertainty. Enjoy the nice day.


Duro Says:

Maxi, where did you think the Noleland is? 8 hours ahead!? So Duro was suppose to be from Mumbai, or New Delhi, or Tashkent may be ha ha ha!!! I am so close to you Maxi that I even have some plans to visit you one day!

I am back, but I don’t know how much time I have for chatting. Two small kids and a lovely wife that hates tennis because of me!


Duro Says:

Jane, do you know when I noticed exactly that he’s uncertain, lacks confidence? When facing a break point in the second set. He immediately gave up, switched to defensive mode, stepped back 4 meters from the base line and actually gave it away! On the first break point in the set! Immediately lost it! Uncertainty, confusion and lack of confidence. Why? Because he lost his game!!! This is not Novak Djokovic for whom he’s raised to be! Fearless, devastating, confident, eager, cocky, unstoppable, furious, sharp, irresistible! What’s changed? Mindset, forehand, first serve, second serve, positioning. And it started exactly after IW 2008. From that point he is not the same player. If he doesn’t come back soon, his life dream is going to stay exactly that. Little prick…


Duro Says:

Jane, do you know when I noticed exactly that he’s uncertain, lacks confidence? When facing a break point in the second set. He immediately gave up, switched to defensive mode, stepped back 4 meters from the base line and actually gave it away! On the first break point in the set! Immediately lost it! Uncertainty, confusion and lack of confidence. Why? Because he lost his game!!! This is not Novak Djokovic for whom he’s raised to be! Fearless, devastating, confident, eager, cocky, unstoppable, furious, sharp, irresistible! What’s changed? Mindset, forehand, first serve, second serve, positioning. And it started exactly after IW 2008. From that point he is not the same player. If he doesn’t come back soon, his life dream is going to stay exactly that. Little p rick… (sorry about the expression).


jane Says:

Duro: “What’s changed? Mindset, forehand, first serve, second serve, positioning. And it started exactly after IW 2008. From that point he is not the same player.”

Wow – pretty bleak. I agree that he has relented from his more staunch positioning on the baseline of 07/08. I also agree that something has gone seriously awry with his serve and that his shots just don’t have the penetration they did in the past. I don’t know why this is, but I suspect a lot of it is mental. How can one’s game just up and leave the building? He needs to see a sports psychologist and/or he needs to somehow find the fire deep within. If he doesn’t he will plummet. I do believe that. There are many others who want to reach the top echelons. Nole will be displaced if he cannot find the heart he needs. And today, well, it’s a good day to talk about heart. <3


Duro Says:

Excuse me, Jane, but it’s got to do more with something else than heart. Cohones in Spanish, if you don’t mind.


jane Says:

Duro, lol. I know what you mean – guts and heart. FIGHT.


Duro Says:

Exactly. Rafa’s pair of those, Potro Loco’s head, Andy Murray’s fitness and I’ll leave Roger Federer out of it, because if he wants his place one day, we don’t want to borrow anything from him :-)! Ajde Nole, shame on you!


madmax Says:

haha! duro and jane!

Nole tends to have these lapses, dont you think? but then comes back really strongly. I remember year before the “then shanghai masters” he was on fire, not so long ago – I think that him playing so many matches last year is catching up with him, early on in the season – he didnt have much of a break “off season”. He went skiing, but that was about it – nole is paying now for having played too many matches. rest is all that’s needed.

he has a week off now before dubai.


Kimmi Says:

” nole is paying now for having played too many matches. rest is all that’s needed.”

I agree with madmax BUT the way the schedule is, how can this guy rest?


margot Says:

jane. Duro: hey you guys, a couple of months ago Djko was playing really well. Too soon to be so pessimistic. Being fans of Andy and Djko is to be on a roller coaster ride. We know that! He’s so talented he’ll be on the up slope soon.
I also think that he, like Andy, has the weght of a nation on his shoulders and at 23 that ain’t easy.


jane Says:

margot, true. We shouldn’t be so pessimistic. It is a roller-coaster. Thanks for your clear-sighted perspective, as usual. It’s just fun to see our guys at their best of course. Hope Novak can do well going forward.


Duro Says:

Maxi, no excuses! He didn’t play anything official before AO this year, then 5 matches, then a good pause and then just one completed match before that disaster yesterday with Youzhny. 7 completed matches overall. It is not much if this is 14th of February today. The calendar is packed, all right, but it wasn’t his problem yesterday. Something else was. He will be back, of course, but why do such things have to happen. That bothers me the most. If he has certain goals, no such weaknesses allowed!


Duro Says:

Margot, thanks. Why do we have to “know that”? I won’t make peace with it ever! I suggest you and Jane should not, too.


Duro Says:

Kimmi, Nole is 22! When he’s gonna be able “to can” if not now! I wouldn’t give him a day rest! Let him rest when he turns 29. Certain gentleman is turning 29 this year and not showing any signs of fatigue, isn’t he. Work, work, work and work! With body and with HEAD! He has it all, absolutely all! If someone could fix his head, he would have been a certain number 1 some day. Like this, who knows if he’s gonna be ever.


Kimmi Says:

Duro: I agree, you are right. Federer did back to back seasons with 100 matches before and he survived. (but he cannot do that anymore) What I was going on about is, some players are tougher than others but obviously with a lot of hard work nothing is impossible if there is the talent and if one wants to be number one.

But too many matches also can cause injuries. Nadal has the fitness to play many matches but his body does not allow him for example.

So players need to select tournament wisely, peak at the right time and do well in majors. Djokovic and you…should not worry too much about Rotterdam results, it is the grand slams that matters, that’s how you become number one.

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