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Kuala Lumpur Gallery: JJ's New Breath Of Life

After nearly losing first round, Jelena Jankovic looked unstoppable in the second round.

Published March 02, 2012 12:00

Talented French teenager Caroline Garcia held an autograph session in Kuala Lumpur.
Talented French teenager Caroline Garcia held an autograph session in Kuala Lumpur.
Jelena Dokic wasn't able to defend her title, falling second round to Olivia Rogowska.
Jelena Dokic wasn't able to defend her title, falling second round to Olivia Rogowska.
Petra Martic, Croatia's only player in the Top 100, moved smoothly into the quarters.
Petra Martic, Croatia's only player in the Top 100, moved smoothly into the quarters.
Aga Radwanska had to double up on Thursday, winning two matches to reach the quarters.
Aga Radwanska had to double up on Thursday, winning two matches to reach the quarters.
Elitsa Kostova and Hsieh Shu-Ying held a children's tennis clinic on behalf of TNT.
Elitsa Kostova and Hsieh Shu-Ying held a children's tennis clinic on behalf of TNT.
Elsewhere, World No.5 Agnieszka Radwanska held a tennis clinic for wheelchair players.
Elsewhere, World No.5 Agnieszka Radwanska held a tennis clinic for wheelchair players.
Former World No.1 Jelena Jankovic took the court against American veteran Jill Craybas.
Former World No.1 Jelena Jankovic took the court against American veteran Jill Craybas.
Jill Craybas turned pro back in 1996 and has been as high as No.39 on the rankings.
Jill Craybas turned pro back in 1996 and has been as high as No.39 on the rankings.
But Jelena Jankovic was too tough, never getting broken en route to a 62 60 victory.
But Jelena Jankovic was too tough, never getting broken en route to a 62 60 victory.
Jelena Jankovic had saved three match points in her first round against Caroline Garcia.
Jelena Jankovic had saved three match points in her first round against Caroline Garcia.
  • Talented French teenager Caroline Garcia held an autograph session in Kuala Lumpur.
  • Jelena Dokic wasn't able to defend her title, falling second round to Olivia Rogowska.
  • Petra Martic, Croatia's only player in the Top 100, moved smoothly into the quarters.
  • Aga Radwanska had to double up on Thursday, winning two matches to reach the quarters.
  • Elitsa Kostova and Hsieh Shu-Ying held a children's tennis clinic on behalf of TNT.
  • Elsewhere, World No.5 Agnieszka Radwanska held a tennis clinic for wheelchair players.
  • Former World No.1 Jelena Jankovic took the court against American veteran Jill Craybas.
  • Jill Craybas turned pro back in 1996 and has been as high as No.39 on the rankings.
  • But Jelena Jankovic was too tough, never getting broken en route to a 62 60 victory.
  • Jelena Jankovic had saved three match points in her first round against Caroline Garcia.
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