Website Spotlight: Casey Dellacqua

Casey Dellacqua's website showcases her efforts to return from injuries to the upper echelon of the Tour.

Published June 22, 2010 12:00

Website Spotlight: Casey Dellacqua
Casey Dellacqua website

Casey Dellacqua, whose ranking was a career-high of No.39 in July 2008, got as low as 1026 during a 2009 in which she barely played because of shoulder surgery. However, the Australian is working her way back and is up to No.208 now during a year highlighted by a third round showing at the Australian Open and an ITF Women's Circuit title at Mildura. Her official website goes in greater detailing in chronicling her ups and downs on the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour.

Casey's home page explains how her latest injury, a stress fracture in her right foot, resulted in her using a "special" ranking for late inclusion in the Wimbledon draw. There are also stories about all of her other matches played this year. Also featured on her stylish, colorful home page is her ranking information, upcoming schedule, a video clip, recent fan comments and most unique - a list of her favorite five songs of the week, which can be played right on her site. She also has links to her facebook, twitter and YouTube pages.

Casey's "Video & Audio" page mostly contains clips of various press conferences and interviews, though one of special interest involves her meeting her favorite football player. She goes more in-depth about her life on and off the court on her "Blog" page. Her "My Stuff" page currently contains an article about her from Australian Tennis Magazine and a YouTube clip of her training.

See all this and more by visiting www.caseydellacqua.com.au.

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