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Kim seems to have developed an attitude

The way she just manhandled Momo like a bad stepchild was ruthless. She was looking at Mauresmo as if to say "You don't belong on the same court as me"

I like, Kim, I like. Congratulations KIM.
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pfft you only like people who win

you make fun of her other wise

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This is just the beginning.

You have to answer for Santino, Carlo.
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pfft you only like people who win

you make fun of her other wise
No, I just respect what I saw happen tonite.
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This is just the beginning.
This is too easy DH, you shouldn't leave yourself open like this. I'm sure someone will say it though.
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No, I just respect what I saw happen tonite.
yes and you become instant fan after she win

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yes and you become instant fan after she win
I'm not a Kim fan, she's a nice girl and I am a fan of her as a person, but I'm not a fan of her game.
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This is too easy DH, you shouldn't leave yourself open like this. I'm sure someone will say it though.
20 years old. Youngest player in the top 10 for 2 and half uninterrupted years. She hasn't reached her level yet.

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Knizzle - What don't you like about her game?

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Good. Hopefully as a selfish cow with an attitude she will become more interesting to watch.
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Knizzle - What don't you like about her game?
She doesn't come off the baseline and doesn't use all of her athleticism. She shouldn't be slicing balls back over the net, she should be hitting them. Sometimes she seems to just be out there hitting, not making things happen.
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This is just the beginning.

Bring on 2004. ASAP.

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She doesn't come off the baseline and doesn't use all of her athleticism. She shouldn't be slicing balls back over the net, she should be hitting them. Sometimes she seems to just be out there hitting, not making things happen.
This is true. It pissed me off to no end in the US Open Final to watch her send a shot that drove Justine back off balance, and then rush back 2 or 3 steps as soon as the ball leaves her racket, again and again, giving up her advantage. I'm sure she will address these issues in the offseason, as she usually does.

You have to answer for Santino, Carlo.
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