so much deserved for Tadeja, hard worker and smart player on court she has so many flaws in her game, but somehow can make them not as exposed as they could be. She knows exactly how to play every point and every opponent, sometimes they are just better, but it's hard that she makes beating her an easy thing.
Pliskova is just horrible on the other hand, take away her serve and she's barely a top 250 player
may your choices reflect your hopes not your fears.
It's so funny how people still don't realise that 80%-85% of WTA players don't have problems against ballbashers, but do have problems against a player who gets an extra ball into the court, and gets it under the right angle or with right depth. It's funny how Majeric doesn't seem talented at all-her technique is a mess, but detects players flaws and tries to make the most out of them. This kinda play is very useful nowadays, and I see Majeric doing very well in the next years, except on clay which obviously doesn't suit her style.
And what separates a club player from a WTA player? The ability to get an extra ball in and to get the tough points. Easy as that
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