This from Yahoo! Sports, more anorexia nonsense :mad: :mad:
BTW beauty, thanks for scanning those brit. articles....the usual disgusting tabloid crap :mad:
I have to give credit to dani for hanging in there....the picture where she is wearing a cap ( i actually thought she looked great in it)....it is because of the shadow from the cap that is making her look gaunt...and the tabs. are just taking advantage of that for their own story...
it looks like she is just working out like a Bandit!, yes a bit more wt. will be good...but these guys are making a f***ing mockery of this..
LEAVE HER ALONE! :mad:
I hope this makes her stronger in her resolve....
Hantuchova hits out at anorexia rumours
Slim line Slovak star Daniela Hantuchova hit back at rumours that her recent dip in form is linked to anorexia by advancing to the quarter-finals of the 585,000-dollar grass court tournament.
The fourth seed came away a 7-6 (7/3), 6-4 winner over American Alexandra Stevenson in the pre-Wimbledon tune-up event, and declared that she had never felt fitter.
The 20-year-old from Bratislava, an inch under six feet tall (1.81 metres) and weighing under 123lbs (56kg) drew gasps from the crowd as her skinny figure emerged on court.
But despite a stuttering start when she twice lost her serve the Slovak held on and then brushed aside talk of an eating disorder.
"I'm just lucky that I can eat what I want and not put on weight. I know what is being said but I just focus on my game and on my preparation and don't think too much about that other stuff," she said.
A Wimbledon quarter-finalist last year, the Slovak admitted she had more on her mind these days than tennis.
"Although tennis is my priority I'm still taking up a few modelling offers because we girls naturally like the attention this sort of thing brings. That's natural."
She next meets Spaniard Conchita Martinez, the 1994 Wimbledon champion, who beat South Africa's Amanda Coetzer 7-5, 6-3.
Lindsay Davenport admitted she was struggling ahead of Wimbledon after the top seed here crashed out to Silvia Farina Elia, the Italian winning 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (7/3) after Davenport wasted three match points.
"It is going to take a lot for me to feel motivated for next week (at Wimbledon)," admitted the 26-year-old American.
Title-holder Chanda Rubin of the United States hammered Thailand's Tamarine Tanasugarn 6-0, 6-3, while France's Nathalie Dechy held off an attempted fightback by Japan's Ai Sugiyama to triumph 6-1, 7-5.
Third seed Jennifer Capriati rallied from a 5-0 second set deficit against fellow American Amy Frazier after winning the first set 6-1.
But the three-time Grand Slam champion won seven games in a row to advance to the next round.