Re: Angie's last tournaments in 2012 (Tokyo/Beijing/Istanbul)
I would like to mention one thing. Angie is one of the few players who has been making decent improvements in her game. Most pro players stay almost the same for years and years despite trying to improve, because it's difficult to get better when you are already very good, but Angie improved her fitness a lot, and now it seems she has improved her first serve quite a bit too. I'm impressed, that's the way to become or remain an top player. If she can improve the second serve- and it won't be easy, because there is a lot of pressure on a second serve so habits usually kick in- then she might go even one step further, but I'm already impressed by her and her team's consistent effort to improve her.