Lina's groundstrokes are amazing - they must be some of the most technically sound strokes in the game and rarely if ever break down or produce mishits. Watching her pound the ball diagonally from corner to corner is a sight to behold.
Having said that, I think she is quite far behind in other aspects of her game. She rarely comes forward, her volleys look dubious, and she doesn't even seem that fast. I lost count of the number of easy winners that Suarez hit to Lina's forehand side last night. She's definitely not much of a retriever like Kim or Justine. She only seems in control when she's on the offensive. Don't get me wrong, I like her a lot, but she doesn't seem to have that complete game or 'X factor' that top players have. Hopefully this will develop as the years go by but right now she is an extremely one-dimensional player.