Quite pleased to see how Kaia played. I expected Arvidsson to dominate, and so she did in the early stages of the match. Kaia was overpowered by the flat powerful groundstrokes of the Swede. Kaia gradually found back her serve which was lacking of regularity in the first games. You can tell from Kaia's body language that she is not in a phase of confidence, and her game is depending so much on her self confidence that when her shots are in, they are beautiful. I left the match at the end of the first set, and she was clearly the best player out there at that point, and I've just seen she won 6-1 in the second set; she'll play Watson on Round 2, that's a good draw. I'll see her in doubles tomorrow too.