Re: Ana Konjuh
Well, as crazy as it may sound, I'll say it: Brussels might be an interesting idea. It would definately be a new experience, a chance to see how good she is compared to some girls ranked hundreds of places ahead and, who knows, she might even draw some no-name wild card and earn herself a win in a Premier event (I know, sounds insane, but it is possible).
As for a 10k, of course that would be a safer route, but I'm not sure that's her level, even after a long break. I'd probably rather see her in Brussels, cause at least it would be something new for her. Besides, it wouldn't hurt so bad to lose to a top 50 player than to (possibly) lose to someone ranked 500 in the world - which is quite unlikely, but you never know.
Either way, it'll be interesting to see what happens.