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Kvitova & Azarenka - a solid pairing?

It surprised me to see them form a doubles team. Thoughts on how they'll gel game-wise?

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Re: Kvitova & Azarenka - a solid pairing?

They both get so much depth on their groundstrokes, and they're both good returners and decent at net. I don't see why they wouldn't win.

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Re: Kvitova & Azarenka - a solid pairing?

I was really surprised with that too. I thought she might pairing with another fellow Czech player.


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Re: Kvitova & Azarenka - a solid pairing?

I don't really appreciate Vika's playstyle (IMO she lacks serve and not instinctive at the net), but on these courts it hardly matters. Her previous experience in doubles would be helpful too. I hope Petra is getting her game back on track for her singles match
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