Entering Moscow looks like a desperate decision and it just shows the confidence is low. Normally she goes for winning a tournament.
But if you plan Moscow, Zurich, Linz in a row then you probably expect that you won't win much.
She had great results after injuries in the past, so the lack of matches can't be the issue. She just needs to WIN matches now.
If you do that in Beijing 4 times then Moscow isn't that necessary.
Playing more matches, then eventually you will start winning.
Then you can say: See? I needed more matches to get rhtym.
If you really think that, you're certainly not on the right track.
I also think that Ana and her team are taking the wrong mental aproach to this situation. Reading her presser today, I got the feeling that she doesn't believe she can win a tournament right now. She kept repeting that she needed time to get back to form. Of course there's reason to think like that.. but that kills any self confidence, which is necesary to win matches, let alone a tournament. Apart that it looks like she thinks that all she needs to do is let time pass and it will fix things.. which is also wrong.. How can you win a match when you don't think you can?
But.. I think she does need to play more matches, as she has barely played since june. I thought she would enter Sttutgart, which would allow her to have a week off between that tournament and Zurich and Linz. But I guess she decided for Moscow because it's a tier I.