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How far down will Rezai fall after Madrid?

Given her form this year I expect quite a big drop in her rank after Madrid. Your take?

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35th-45th?

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Re: How far down will Rezai fall after Madrid?

Rezai got hot for one week, talking about how she was playing like a top 5 player. Since then, she's been close to a borderline 70-90 ranked player. Bombing out early in big events left and right. When I look at her game, it's not really different than Wickmayer's. Yet they're going in different directions rank-wise.

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Re: How far down will Rezai fall after Madrid?

I would guess not many since the points taken off the week of Madrid are those of Rome 2010.
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Who cares. She will comeback stronger.
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Re: How far down will Rezai fall after Madrid?

with her tennis she can win a slam or an other big tournament in her carreer, it's better than thousand 1/4 finals

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with her tennis she can win a slam or an other big tournament in her carreer, it's better than thousand 1/4 finals
I agree. She is able to win slam without any others successes.

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Re: How far down will Rezai fall after Madrid?

She hits hard, which a lot of people who post here, like as a style. But a lot of the bashers cant hold their form. Those are duifficult shots to continuously make.

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Re: How far down will Rezai fall after Madrid?

She needs to sort her heaad out (well, who doesn't?!) and most importantly her personal, off-court life, which seems quite stressed lately, before she starts worrying about points and rankings.

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Re: How far down will Rezai fall after Madrid?

She is very explosive and probably the biggest hitter on the tour.
Gets some great angles and is great to watch (unlike most ballbashers who just bash it down the line).
She's pretty much the only ballbasher I like watching.
Hopefully, she defends her points.
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And people expected her to take over from Marion as French #1

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Re: How far down will Rezai fall after Madrid?

somewhere where she really belongs in ranking. hopefully very low

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Re: How far down will Rezai fall after Madrid?

Yeah correct she was like a center of attraction for week, then gone

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Re: How far down will Rezai fall after Madrid?

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She is very explosive and probably the biggest hitter on the tour.
Gets some great angles and is great to watch (unlike most ballbashers who just bash it down the line).
She's pretty much the only ballbasher I like watching.
Hopefully, she defends her points.
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Re: How far down will Rezai fall after Madrid?

I hope she will not fall down that much


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She is very explosive and probably the biggest hitter on the tour.
Gets some great angles and is great to watch (unlike most ballbashers who just bash it down the line).
She's pretty much the only ballbasher I like watching.
Hopefully, she defends her points.

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