Yeah, once a year when she doesn't DF 100 times. Still someone who wants to play the Olympic Games must beat her no matter on which surface (except grass maybe). If she can play like she did against Kvitova or Zvonareva this is going to be a walk in the park, the problem is that she seems to have developed the tendency to adapt to their opponent's level.
But I'm still defending my point that she isn't a claycourter anymore. Urpi has transformed her, You'll see.
I'm not sure Soler-Espinosa is a great draw though she hasn't been in great form (so far)
Yeah, Soler Espinosa is #9 seed or so, but seriously, if she had drawn Silvia in R1 of the AO we would have talked how lucky she was, but she got Zvonareva and played a decent match.
The same applies as for Dokic. If you want to play the Olympic Games, you have to beat her on Hard Court if you are not semi-injured or so. She has nothing to really hurt her and apart from the set she took from Kuznetsova at Fed Cup, her results this year were plain horrible.