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Was K-Lina losing in Rome sort of a good thing?

I mean losing is never a good thing

But .. she has played so much lately .. she needs has much reast as possable

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As long as she plays well and keeps her form, it's ok. You can't win every match, no matter how good you are. I just want her to stay healthy and be ready for Strasbourg, RG and the rest of '04.
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I would have preferred that she go far in Rome then pull out of Strasburg so she would have a weeks rest before RG. Losing to Conchita is not such a bad thing. Karolina needs to learn how to deal with the cafty players with lots of variety if she is going to keep advancing in the rankings and Conchita is a master in that style. I think that she has gained good experience by playing her and will know what she needs to work on.

I am a little worried about her schedule. She seems to be playing every week. I don't want to see her overplay and end up with an injury or poor results at the important events because she is too tired.
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I would have preferred that she go far in Rome then pull out of Strasburg so she would have a weeks rest before RG. Losing to Conchita is not such a bad thing. Karolina needs to learn how to deal with the cafty players with lots of variety if she is going to keep advancing in the rankings and Conchita is a master in that style. I think that she has gained good experience by playing her and will know what she needs to work on.

I am a little worried about her schedule. She seems to be playing every week. I don't want to see her overplay and end up with an injury or poor results at the important events because she is too tired.
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