Well,it's dissapointing.I wonder if this is really the injury that causes her to win only %22 on her second serve.Hope she does well in Copenhagen Btw,I just noticed she added Estoril to her calendar.At least she's not skipping that week.
Last edited by kaiafan; Mar 23rd, 2012 at 05:44 PM.
Kaia and her coach Silver Karjus decided to not to continue their co-operation as they could not agree on further conditions. Both agree that they cannot continue at the moment but nevertheless there is possibility that they will rejoin later.
Kaia is very thankful to Silver for what they have accomplished together. He has trained her over past 2 years. Silver helped Kaia to win 2 WTA tournaments and to reach 2 Grand Slam Quater Finals.
Kaia has not changed her schedule and plays next in Copenhagen WTA tournament. Until Kaia finds a new trainer she will be helped by her ex-coach Andrei Luzgin at her preparation in Tallinn.
Nooo,this is bad. You can't know what is better though.Maybe she needs someone who can help her more on the mental side.Kaia really deserves better results with her actual game.But still,it would be nice if they rejoin later.
Last edited by kaiafan; Mar 29th, 2012 at 01:50 AM.
He was soooo good, and he seemed like he was really helping her (when he came on court she always played better afterwards). Kaia has had many problems with coaches in the past. maybe she should get a higher profile one :shrug;
Anyway, sad to see him go. I loved his name and thought he did great things. After this year in brisbane, I was sure she would definately break her career high and had a shot at top 10 and olympic medal. since then she has won 1 match
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