Join Date: Jul 2003
Location: United States of America
I think hardcourt experience and power are on Mary's side. If she comes out of the block serving well (high first serve %) and clocking those returns, Sharapova has no chance as she'll be on her heels from the get-go. Plus, Maria's game seems like it would fit right into Mary's strike zone. I wonder if there's anyone left at Bollettieri who remembers how to coach a player on how to beat Mary Pierce...
There is nothing more beautiful than Evonne Goolagong in full flight moving across a tennis court.