Malva reminds me - Radwanska has had horrible planning this year. Maybe not before, but she's winning too much to be playing so much. I'm glad she's having two weeks off after Wimbledon...anyone know if she's doing LA?
[Actually she is having 3½ weeks of rest.]
There was a lot of talk about that in Agnieszka's subforum in May and June. I was one of the few who had trust in her and her father's competence in the context of season's planning.
There were a few mistakes, especially in the beginning of the season, e.g., the last minute decision to play in Dubai which resulted in her playing something like 5 matches within the span of 3 days in two different countries. It's possible that this resulted in her mini-slump in March, during the transition between the hard-court and clay seasons.
One has to take into account that she started this year being ranked something like #29. For a quick rise in the rankings she had to play a lot. Easy to forget now, but she was still playing qualies in February (!).
What I heard from Agnieszka indicated that at every stage of her rise she was very reasonable at setting her expectations. And at every stage she was achieving more.
Around Roland Garros, after that forearm injury that deprived her of equal chances against Janković, they began adjusting her schedule with much less emphasis on playing the doubles, and after Eastbourne and Wimbledon, she will be playing just Stockholm (hard-courts) and Olympics before the US Open. She withdrew from every other tournament she was supposed to play.
So saying that her planning is horrible is probably based on expectation that she is continuing with the busy schedule from the first third of the year. And she is not.