Join Date: Jul 2001
Location: Ontario, Canada
I think Tammy should try aiming towards the top 20 mark. She's been hanging around the top 30 for a long time now, it's just a matter of her coming up with a few bigger results throughout the course of the year, which means working on improving on all surfaces, and taking advantage of her opportunities in smaller events she plays where realistically she has been a contender for plenty of titles, but has failed to come through.
I'd like to see Ai aim for top 30 again. I think she can still be in the top 20 definetly, but after dropping quite a bit this year, I think a reasonable goal is top 30, and anything more than that is icing on the cake. Hopefully she can get back her singles form and climb back up the rankings.
Su-Wei and Angie I think should both aim for top 100. They've got good rankings right now, and are both talented, but right now they're playing events really with not much pressure, because they're playing only for experience since they're still in juniors. I think that they can both make top 100, but shouldn't put too much pressure on themselves to go past that mark just yet. They have plenty of time.
The others mentioned there I think should aim for top 100. I think they've all showed glimpses of their talent, but unfortunately have been sidetracked by missed chances, and injuries for the most part. If they can get it together more consistently, then maybe they can make a big ranking jump.
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