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Rezai To Lead Next Generation of BIG Babe Tennis

If Rezai carries her big babe tennis onto other surfaces, she could be threat anywhere.

But I wonder why until now, she has not played this way?
I have not paid that much attention to her until Madrid, so I don't know what her game was like before.

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Re: Rezai To Lead Next Generation of BIG Babe Tennis

She has one good tournie a year and suddenly she is now the MORE IMPORTANT THEN VENUS'S WILLIAMS SEE THROUGH DRESS
guys lets stop the threads.
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Re: Rezai To Lead Next Generation of BIG Babe Tennis

She's always played this way

It's just that the past few weeks more of her balls have been going in than out. I'm not sure if that is a permanent thing.

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She has always played like this, but in the past she used to miss more. Anyway it's kind of ironic to call "big babe" a girl smaller than Henin...
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She has one good tournie a year and suddenly she is now the MORE IMPORTANT THEN VENUS'S WILLIAMS SEE THROUGH DRESS
guys lets stop the threads.
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Well, this is the second tournament, and she continues to be impressing.
She may not win it, but she has been impressive so far.
Even winning in 3 sets, she did with such confidence and hard hitting that it still looks like a beat down.

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She has always played like this, but in the past she used to miss more. Anyway it's kind of ironic to call "big babe" a girl smaller than Henin...
career wise right?
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She has always played like this, but in the past she used to miss more. Anyway it's kind of ironic to call "big babe" a girl smaller than Henin...
Rezai smaller than Henin?

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Rezai smaller than Henin?
Smaller maybe not, but according to official sources she is shorter than Justine (1.67 m for Justine, 1.65 m for Aravane)
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Rezai has played this well b4, couple of years ago i think it was, she soon dropped her level then and will again im afraid.

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Smaller maybe not, but according to official sources she is shorter than Justine (1.67 m for Justine, 1.65 m for Aravane)
I woul dispute those stats, just looking at both players.
Not withstanding those stats, her game is visibly and unmistakenly Big Babe type: she hits hard and HARDER

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I woul dispute those stats, just looking at both players.
Not withstanding those stats, her game is visibly and unmistakenly Big Babe type: she hits hard and HARDER
Isn't Justine also doing just that these days?
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Re: Rezai To Lead Next Generation of BIG Babe Tennis

what "next generation"? That girl is 23! She is too old to lead a generation. She is as old as Maria Sharapova ! Do you think that Rezai, who has won nothing, is going to be a leader, whereas a 3 slam champion is going to sit down in a corner?
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Isn't Justine also doing just that these days?
No.
Justine tweaked her game and is now more agressive, but she is not hitting the ball hard ALL of the time.

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Re: Rezai To Lead Next Generation of BIG Babe Tennis

It's really impressive that she can hit so hard and the ball just flies through the court, especially on Roland Garros clay.

IMHO, if she COULD keep up this sort of play then I really can't see her NOT winning a slam sometime soon. But as already mentioned, she's always played like this and there could be a chance where she'll drop majorly in form again. There's evidence of that in her matches, once balls start flying out OR her opponent starts making an impression, she loses some confidence and I think players will take advantage of that.

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It's really impressive that she can hit so hard and the ball just flies through the court, especially on Roland Garros clay.

IMHO, if she COULD keep up this sort of play then I really can't see her NOT winning a slam sometime soon. But as already mentioned, she's always played like this and there could be a chance where she'll drop majorly in form again. There's evidence of that in her matches, once balls start flying out OR her opponent starts making an impression, she loses some confidence and I think players will take advantage of that.
Wait, wait, wait. Two weeks ago she was only a good Top 30 player and now she is slam winning material?

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