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- She was involved in a relationship with Hana Mandlikova
If there are sources which corroborate this story, perhaps it could be added. Unfortuantely, this could be vandalism since the same anonymous user made similar edits to a number of pages of tennis pros. -- Cleduc 11:45, 16 August 2005 (UTC)
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Discussion concerning this article
A discussion that may affect the name or title of this article is ongoing here. Please voice any opinions or concerns on that page. After the discussion concludes, this article may be moved to a different title, in accordance with Wikipedia's Naming Conventions. Thank you, Redux (talk) 06:08, 11 May 2008 (UTC)
Discussion concerning this article
A discussion that may affect the name or title of this article is ongoing here. Please voice any opinions or concerns on that page. After the discussion concludes, this article may be moved to a different title, in accordance with Wikipedia's Naming Conventions. Thank you. Tennis expert (talk) 18:59, 11 May 2008 (UTC)
The name of this article should be changed to "Jana Novotna" because that is the name used on the English-language websites of the official governing bodies of tennis, the Women's Tennis Association and the International Tennis Federation. That also is the name used on the English-language websites of the Olympics, the International Tennis Hall of Fame, and Fed Cup. Finally, that is the name used on the English-language websites of the Grand Slam tournaments she won: French Open (Roland Garros), Wimbledon singles, Wimbledon women's doubles, Wimbledon mixed doubles, US Open women's doubles, US Open mixed doubles. Tennis expert (talk) 19:16, 4 June 2008 (UTC)
Request for wider input on discussion at WikiProject Tennis
There is a long, ongoing discussion at WP:Tennis about the tournament tables found in tennis articles on English-language Wikipedia (e.g., this type of table). The discussion is about whether the "official sponsored name" of a tournament - such as Pacific Life Open - or another tournament name without the sponsor - such as Indian Wells Masters - must be used in those articles. Please join the discussion here. Thanks. Tennis expert (talk) 09:23, 4 September 2008 (UTC)
The following -- indicated by their title -- are NOT "timelines". They are actually a lot more like tables.
Single's performance timeline
Women's doubles performance timeline
WE know what a timeline looks like. You just need to call those by some other word or words. If something is not a horse, don't call it a horse, for example.
A timeline has just one horizontal axis - the time axis - and you cannot stack one axis above the other in a timeline. A timeline has an x-axis and a y-axis. To give you a rough idea of the looks of a timeline, I will give you a rough one for the progress of aviation & aerospace:
1903, 1909, 1915-18, 1927, 1939-45, 1947(the sound barrier was broken),
1950-53, 1958, 1961 (Yuri Gagarin orbited the Earth), 1962 (John Glenn
orbited the Earth), 1965, 1968 (the first flight around the Moon),
1969-72 (landings on the Moon), 1976 (passenger service on the Concorde),
1981 (the first flights of the Space Shuttle), 1990 (the launching of the
Hubble Space Telescope).