Re: Now that Generation Suck is finally back on the scoreboard, what's next for the W
i don't think we'll much difference until the end of 2012, when many players will quit. But many question... 2 most obvious:
- Kvitty, can she live up her potential/hype? Domination and many slam?
- Can Caro do what she has to, just once?
- Will Vika & Aga step up, more titles, more slamthreat?
- German top10 trio?
- Can younger russians fill the void of their headcasey predecessors?
- VIP done forever?
Did you just throw Azarenka and Radwanska in the same class?
Radwanska´s biggest title is Eastbourne, her career-high ranking is 8, she has reached one Premier Mandatory final (if i´m not wrong) and in three of her four Slam quarterfinals she won four games or less. In the other she almost bored Clijsters to death. Radwanska is the very definition of a top 10 gatekeeper, nothing more.
I am not a fan of the direction a lot of Maria threads have taken over the last 12 months.
The undertone is very disappointing, aggressive and the comments are sometimes rude to a player just trying to earn a living, playing her hardest and having a good amount of success given her god given, natural talents.
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