Re: Ajmo Mirjana on clay courts!
Yes, Diyas is tough, but her win over JJ last year (while exciting) was mitigated by JJ being, well ...JJ on a bad day. Miki also lost a three-setter to pesky little Nara last year (a heartbreaker Miki really should have won), so I think on this unique indoor clay surface she can definitely outfox Diyas if she utilizes all her experience and grits it out. It's time to get herself revved-up. Lots of opportunties to at least get herself in form to make some kind of run in Paris, if not sooner. I have a hunch that the red clay and being in Europe will inspire her. So long as she does her best, and knows she is doing her best, that is what matters most.