Join Date: Sep 2001
Location: always on the move
I agree. I'll stand by my opinion. She can play on any surface. She ( unlike her sister) will be one of the best on any surface. She, however, will never be as dominant on clay as she is on fast surfaces. Not because of her game, her game allows that. Because of she, like any other player, won't be able to keep her focus for 3 or 4 tournaments in a row. On clay I doubt anyone can do that. Too much of a mental and physical effort. Screw any warmup, if she wins Roland Garros, even if she lose in the first round in Rome, it will be more than enough for any tennis fan for taking hats off to her. Clay is the toughest and the most unforgiving surface, the ultimate test of mental toughness.
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