That's why she's a weak bitch like Errani.
It doesn't matter what you think privately, you should never admit you're helpless against your opponent.
Ah. The authority of the pure spectator.
Admitting you've got no shot against the opponent's best means nothing
. If anything, it makes it more likely the opponent won't bring
And calling Errani a 'weak-bitch' just shows how much of a pure spectator you are, no matter what you pretend to as a competitor. Errani is the #1 ranked doubles player in the world, AND #5 in singles. And she's a shrimp with a painfully
Do the math. She fights like hell in EVERY other aspect of her game, or she wouldn't have the ranking she has. Ranking isn't authoratative, but it defines an aspect. If you're ranked in the top five, you ARE one of the ten best in the world. Maybe in purist terms, you should be #3, maybe #9, but if you're top five, you aren't 'weak'. And in Errani's case, because physically she IS so weak, the one aspect of her game that HAS to be strong is her mind.
1.64cm, with a serve like an amateur. And she's top five. What DOES that say about the rest of HER game? (NOT the rest of the tour, about Errani) The points from the RG final are gone, but she's still here.
Maybe Errani can't hang with the bigger stronger players ranked ahead of her. She's a lightweight trying to beat heavyweights.
But for the COMPETITORS on the board (NOT the .... 'spectators'), if you want a player to use as a role model for maximizing your potential, study Sara Errani. She didn't get here by good looks, or by being 'bigger stronger faster'.
All a player that size has is 'better'.