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jay745
Mar 31st, 2007, 02:55 PM
i look at the score bord in this year and allmost every player that beat peer went on winning the tournament
safina in gold coast clijsters in sydny williams in ao williams in memphis and hantechova at indian wells
so could it be that she is players luck charm
will see today at miami

Meteor Shower
Mar 31st, 2007, 02:57 PM
After the 3 sets battles she is giving them, they are more prepared for a long match then their opponent in the final. :)

( With that being said, go Justine :) )

paranr
Mar 31st, 2007, 02:58 PM
i look at the score bord in this year and allmost every player that beat peer went on winning the tournament
safina in gold coast clijsters in sydny williams in ao williams in memphis and hantechova at indian wells
so could it be that she is players luck charm
will see today at miami

even I as her prime fan am getting tired of hearing about her, give it a rest for a few days so people would feel like talking about her again.

jay745
Mar 31st, 2007, 03:04 PM
even I as her prime fan am getting tired of hearing about her, give it a rest for a few days so people would feel like talking about her again.

she is the hotest topick in womans tennis and just that you know i'm a very big fan of her too way before she even was on the wta tour

paranr
Mar 31st, 2007, 03:05 PM
she is the hotest topick in womans tennis and just that you know i'm a very big fan of her too way before she even was on the wta tour

really??? how did you know her then??:eek:

Orion
Mar 31st, 2007, 03:06 PM
That's a valid point; the fact that when she goes deep in a tournament, the player that beats her wins is something I've been thinking about the past two days.

Since Peer is an aggressive retriever (how's that for a description of her game?) you have to raise your level to beat her, and get into some consistency. Had Peer not pushed Serena to three sets, I sometimes wonder is Serena would have beated Vaidisova. In a way, Peer's the perfect hitting partner for the big hitters; you have to get some accuracy on the power in order to beat her. If that form carries over, it's hard to beat a lot of the players she's lost to. People talk about how good Serena is when she's on. I don't think that happens randomly. I think she needs to find that level in order play well, which is why she muddled around Hobart before hitting form against Jankovic. But since she hit form, rather than gradually getting there over a match, she couldn't sustain that level over the next few days. With Peer, she started out slowly, and had to find out how good she was. Once that happened, she knew how to get there. In a lot of ways, playing retrievers is the best thing to get you back to form.

The two exceptions to this are clearly Kirilenko, who clearly sucks lately, and Venus, who played her in the final, so obviously if she won, she'd have to beat Peer. Plus in that match, Venus was hitting everything perfectly from the start. Had the tournament gone another round, she might not have had the experience of finding that level, and wouldn't have been as successful. And maybe that's why her serve and forehand didn't stay as strong in Miami; she didn't have the consistency of finding those shots from nothing.

Or else I'm full of it, who knows? Can you tell I like Peer? I think she's like ASV with attitude.

jay745
Apr 1st, 2007, 02:47 AM
i pruve my point again