i'm sorry i think you're wrong here. Julia CAN beat her, but only, and only IF aga drops her current level. aga is worst possible match up 4 jule, she put everything back in court, and that makes jule crazy, cause she just can't hit a winners, and she begins to make silly mistakes a tragedy to watch.. R1 should be easy
, 6-3, 6-3, or sth
, if jule is not "injured"
don't get me wrong, i love jule but, "injury" starting to "trouble" her, after double break down, o pls
That's not only right for Radwanska, Julia will struggle against any counter-pucherish
style or controlled aggressive types of opponents.
Radwanska with the type of tennis she plays, counter-punching, her level doesn't drop that much or it's not that particularly visible -- the only factors that does make her really drop is fatigue, illness, injuries etc... where she'll be a step slower, otherwise she's quite constant and always plays near best. I think it's a false chase to hope for that.
Now, even if Radwanska theoretically drops her level it depends which type of Julia you see -- Radwaska's B level is still enough to pummel B-Julia which as far as can recall in GDF Suez is extremely junioresque
, mediocre, invisible and pathetic I'm only speaking of the second set there.
Julia's A game is able to get rid of Radwanska and again, Radwanska also Kerber has a science/vision of the game that really works well against certain types of automatic/robotic players [...] we know how Julia can be obsessed at times with striking winners ; you need composure, good mental stability and the offensive game, it has to be as one -- that's how Vika, Maria etc... gets rid of her, as soon as they're not top in one of these 3 Radwanska really really gets under their skin.