Which is pretty amazing, considering she's only 18. BTW, this is not a response to that other thread and not about the match in progress either.
I find it extremely refreshing that there is a player who is using the most neglected body part in women's tennis on court: the brain.
First of all, Aga is so cool, always. Whether she's playing top seeds at Grand Slams on Center Court, whether she's down 0-6 0-2 and getting thrashed, or like yesterday when she lost a tough 2nd set and was down 0-2 in the 3rd. She doesn't care.
Then, she is like the only player on tour right now who can actually adjust her game to her opponent and the situation. For example yesterday, she realised that Cibulkova was getting a little tired, so what does she do? She keeps hitting drop-shots although they hadn't been successful until then. She uses the drop-lob combination multiple times, tiring her out even more and driving her crazy. And it worked perfectly.
That's just one small example. I also liked what she did against Maria at the US Open. It is entirely within the rules, so if she thinks that is what she has to do to win, more power to her. Too many players waste their chances against top-players by doing nothing.
There's much more. But just watch her play and count the times she's making fundamental errors of any kind. I bet you won't find many.
In my opinion she is the female Brad Gilbert, all the way down to the horrible second serve.