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28 August 2011

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Miss Watson came up against 'that bridge too far', in the form of a rampant Miss Agnieszka Radwanska (4) of Poland in Round 3. Nice $'s in the bank account - all well earnt though practice, attaining perfection etc.

As her mother is here, it will be interesting to see if she decides to visit PNG, before she flies off to Thailand for the next tournament?

Miss Watson's rankings will go up, well done Heather.

Miss Heather Watson, with a PNG mother, who now resides on the Isle of Guernsey which has produced, beside dairy cows, a good tennis player.

In the current Australian Open Miss Watson (present WTA ranking, 50) has advanced to Round 3 and plays #4 seed, Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland. A hard task indeed, but tennis is a funny game.

If you read Miss Watson's CV, you will note that her PNG heritage is there for all to see. Maybe the newspapers of PNG in their sports sections might like to report.

Tennis update: Well it really is up to Hurricane Irene and what that does!

Miss Heather Watson, against the very glamorous, Miss Maria Sharapova,is due to play on (USA time) Monday 29th on centre court at Arthur Ashe Stadium.

As expected, the third match of the day. TV coverage is only
on Fox 3!

All being well with "Irene" the match should be shown live at about 4 am Tuesday PNG/Australian EST time.

You can watch the scores on the your computer by linking up with US Open - not very exciting, I can assure you.

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