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Russian tennis player Yelena Likhovtseva called women's tennis in the country very promising
"Last week Vera Dushevina played in the finals of one of the tournaments. She is a good player. I know that nine Russian junior players are competing this year at the Wimbledon. Therefore, I believe that we have a lot of good resources," Likhovtseva said She said recent successful performances, those of other Russian female athletes and a growing generation of perspective tennis players prove that Russian women's tennis has great potential. Likhovtseva, 29, dropped out of the Wimbledon singles competition Monday. She faced third-seeded Amelie Mauresmo from France in the fourth round of the tournament. "I was unlucky with the serve and it spoiled my whole game. I had a lot of chances but missed them. "I knew that Mauresmo has a better left-hand strike and if I played her on the right-hand, pressured her and had stable serves, than the game would have been different," she said. After Wimbledon, Likhovsteva plans to play at the San Diego Tournament in Southern California and go on to the Rogers Cup in Toronto, Canada and then to the U.S. Open
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