Re: Ana Konjuh
I'm not putting any pressure on her in terms of result on this one or anything before Wimbledon. She's been on court very little so far since the injury and every win here is an achievement of sorts. If she manages to qualify (which I believe she is capable of), it'll be a good tournament already, and if she does more than that it'll be a great one.
Also, with 2 months of not playing any of her limited number of pro events, I'd say there's a chance for her to extend her season. In fact, since there are many events in the off-season which are not packed with great players, I'd highly recommend to save some tournaments for that time of year (November/December). So the silver lining here is that she won't have to make breaks between tournaments as long as she would have to if it weren't for this time out of action.
But back to Slovenia, another match and another challenge. Good luck Ana!
Last edited by ma re; May 26th, 2013 at 03:19 PM.