I agree with you about playing better than in Bogota, she said in an interview two days ago that she is feeling better both physically and mentally, and I saw that yesterday. Still, not enough to win her the match
But when I say I predict many many ITF tournaments for her, I only state the obvious: she's not a WTA-level player.
Her career on ITF was a rather successful one, while her performances ont the WTA tour were fruitless, except Monterrey last year, when she was a runner-up in the final against Babos (surprisingly, on hard, not on clay). She played 329 matches on ITF and 56 matches on WTA, losing 37 times and winning only 19, most of them in qualies, not on the main draws. Grand Slam appearances? 9 matches: 8 loses and 1 win (defeated Gojnea in a French Open first round qualifier). Since last September she only won 3 matches and as I said yesterday, I want her to start winning some matches. If that means going back on the ITF tour, then this is what she should do. Not 50K like last week, though, we all know what happened there. 10K&25K would be just fine for the moment.
And how come ranking seems relevant now? Weren't you the one who said that ranking doesn't matter when she played against a junior ranked 821 in the world?
When no. 119 and no. 821 play, I expect no. 119 to win.
When no. 77 and no. 120 play, it can go either way, as their form and their results in the last 12 months are somehow similar. This is one of the cases where rankings don't matter almost at all. Last week, rankings could have made the difference.
Anyway, hope Alexandra's losing streak will come to an end now the clay season is on, but I have little expectations, to be honest