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Nine Questions with Julia Boserup

Seventeen-year-old Julia Boserup played only two ITF tournaments in 2008, the U.S. Open and the Dunlop Orange Bowl. A wild card entry in both, she lost in the first round in New York, but at Key Biscayne, the 5-foot-11 right-hander demonstrated her game's considerable potential by overcoming a strong field to capture the prestigious title.

Blue Chip senior Julia Boserup
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Originally from Los Angeles, California, Boserup now lives in Boca Raton, Florida, and trains at the USTA National Training Center there. She recently served as a practice partner for the U.S. Fed Cup in its tie with Argentina, the second time she has accompanied the team in that capacity. I spoke with her at length after her Orange Bowl win, and she reflected on her Fed Cup experience a few months later via email. A frequent blogger for usta.com who enjoys writing, Boserup posted regular updates there during both the Orange Bowl and the Fed Cup.
 

Questions and Answers

Colette Lewis (CL): The Orange Bowl was your first ITF final. How did you control your nerves?

Julia Boserup (JB): The way I played the whole tournament really helped me. I didn't even think of what round I was in, so for me it didn't feel like a final, it felt like just another match. In that third set, when it was getting down to closing it out, I tried to play big, go for big points, go for big shots, because that's how I play best.

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