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canoe.
Jul 6th, 2006, 08:52 PM
She needs some new, and knowledgeable voices around her. Navratilova is retiring again; I think Maria should give her a call! :)

Maria Croft
Jul 6th, 2006, 09:22 PM
Do we always have to have this conversation each time she losses? :shrug:

She lost to the number 1 player in the world who is having the best season of her career, I think Maria shouldn't be questioned after this loss.

Sure she did a lot of things wrong, but I saw her try loads of different things, she's is improving a lot :)

johnoo
Jul 6th, 2006, 09:24 PM
Do we always have to have this conversation each time she losses? :shurg:

She lost to the number 1 player in the world who is having the best season of her career, I think Maria shouldn't be questioned after this loss.

Sure she did a lot of things wrong, but I saw her try loads of different things, she's is improving a lot :)
what he said.

canoe.
Jul 6th, 2006, 09:36 PM
Do we always have to have this conversation each time she losses? I don't know I'm not here alot. Sorry to be boring.lol.
She lost to the number 1 player in the world who is having the best season of her career, I think Maria shouldn't be questioned after this loss. Hey, I still have the faith, but I think she should take advantage of some of whats out there, in terms of ex players. It couldn't hurt.

The_Pov
Jul 7th, 2006, 08:35 AM
I don't think she needs a coach because this Wimbledon has shown some noticeable improvements from Maria.

1. Her movement has improved greatly - She's chasing down a lot of balls and getting most dropshots.
2. She's coming to the net a lot more, and her volleys are much better - I only saw one ugly volley from her.
3. She is slicing her backhand and making use of a range of shots - yeah I know she's no JHH, but she's using them and correctly

So I think we should give Yuri his dues, him, Maria and Micheal are really working on adding variety to her game.

So no I don't think she is in need of a coach.