Nice pics - especially the last one
Anyway, it's lousy that all this effort from Petra will only bring her 60 points, which makes it even more important to try to win against Petrova. Without that win she'd probably advance only one ranking spot, while with it she could count on landing somewhere around #65.
Good thing is that she's not defending anything in Beijing, which is a P5 and, if I'm not mistaken, points from it stick to your ranking for another year, so if she could, say, reach just R3 there, that would be a nice stash of points (110).
After that, I'd seriously consider Osaka, cause the field probably won't be too tough with all the major events finished (except SEC), and if she's already in the region it wouldn't be a bad idea to enter it. Thinking logically, if she'd play those three events, she'd probably skip Moscow/Luxembourg, which would be a reasonable move IMO, cause the field in Moscow is so limited that she'd need to play qualies and Luxembourg isn't that important anyway.
This time could be spent preparing to enter either Poitiers 100k (Oct. 22nd) or Barnstaple 75k (Oct. 29th) or both. Could be a good idea, in order to try to make up for some of the time lost this summer. These two weeks she could also, for example, plan two events in France (Poitiers 100k + Nantes 50k+H), Canada (Saguenay 50k + Toronto 50k) or USA (50k in Texas + 75k in Arizona between Oct. 29th - Nov. 12). But that's just me thinking out loud