Re: Shahar in Australia 2012
Beating Hradecka 3&1, playing an 8 hour marathon against a good underrated opponent and coming out on top and taking a set from Chakvetadze (she had to fight there). Although she lost to Wickmayer she played quite well and she has a lot of positives to take from this week.
I'm personally kind of tired of these type of Israeli-style excuses, that we often hear after Israel plays international football matches etc. Almost is not the same as actually winning a match, is not the same as actually qualifying.
Enough with the almost. If she wants to improve, the satisfaction over "almost" has to be minor.