Must be headcase.
So I wonder if she's like okay, I'm a clay courter, and other surfaces aren't so suitable for my game. I will try to improve but will most likely fail. So there's a point to put the most effort in developing what has already have some potential a.o. other aspects which need much more work before it pays off. Or she has a very long-term type of managing of her career, I don't know.
Otherwise, I don't get what's going on in there. Hibernation? Therefore, I'm still hanging out here. Kinda curious about how this situation is gonna develop.
Anyway, perceiving yourself as one-surface player = restraining potential. Don't you agree?
On the other hand, there's not so much sense in aiming for the top, as only few can make use of it while others will inevitably flop. Living small and decently is so much more reasonable. If one has head on his shoulders, of course. But I'm not sure about such kind of ambitions here, talking about tennis. Who knows, though.
Look how thoughtful it makes me,
. Must be headcase too, talking with myself. Sooner or later I'll certainly get bored so, take it easy