Congratulations. How does a player from Greece become
such a good player on grass?
ELENI DANIILIDOU: I mean, I don't know. Coincidence. But,
I mean, it's I just feel pretty good and pretty
confident on grass.
recapturing the fire By JULIE ASH
(New Zealand Herald) www.nzherald.co.nz
tennis talent Eleni Daniilidou is hoping to reignite the
fire which she credits with her success in last year's
Do you have friends on the tour?
- “At that level it’s difficult to make friends, but
even if you do, you have to be careful.
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from Eleftherotypia Newspaper Online
"I set the bar ever
higher. The Olympics is a long-term goal for me. My next goal now is to make it into the top 15 players in the
What I want is that God keeps me healthy for the big challenge of 2004."
(Article from AUSTRALIAN TENNIS MAGAZINE
conjures up images of the Parthenon, intellectual giants
such as Socrates and Platon and the Olympic Games - but
maybe not tennis. In fact, Greece hadn't produced a
world-class player since Niki Kalogenopoulos in the