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Hian
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:44 PM
Radwanska is soooo boring :weirdo: I seriously cannot understand why Barbie and Sexa won together 2 games against her :facepalm:
Congrats Vera, played a good match. Good luck against Vika or Kim. :yeah:

saul1333
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:45 PM
Thank you Aga :hearts:

Close first set..had a sp agaisnt the queen of wind so pretty good I guess :)

not boring :p

MB.
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:45 PM
Well done, Vera, and good for Aga for making it so far.

Good luck to her in the semifinals.

TheBoiledEgg
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:45 PM
Thank you Bepa :kiss:
Good luck on SF

Belmont Lad
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:45 PM
Aga :hug:

GoofyDuck
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:46 PM
Thanks for not failing on me Vera. :kiss:
GJ on positive W/UE ratio.

olivero
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:46 PM
Meh...
expected

Mary Cherry.
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:46 PM
Didn't see the first set but the 2nd was so disappointing, especially after the beatdown Aga gave to Fran the other day.

Sharapovian
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:46 PM
Well done Vera :yeah:

Super Dave
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:46 PM
:woohoo:

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backhandsmash
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:47 PM
:hearts: Vera!

Pen Expers
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:47 PM
Very solid.

AndreConrad
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:48 PM
Agnieszka :hug:, I guess it wasn't the time for more surprises in the row
Vera :yeah: good luck in SF

goldenlox
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:48 PM
Aga has a lot of ability. I think she should watch tapes of Vera, because Aga has the volleying skills & strokes to play the same game.

MBM
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:48 PM
Great match from Bepa. Congrats to her

To the OP, Aga is SO NOT boring! You clearly don't appreciate great feeling...

treufreund
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:49 PM
Watching these two play is very fun tennis for me. A lot of court craft. Vera was so solid at the net and so is Radwanska for that matter. Much better than watching Sharapova win in 3:30 while spraying the ball left and right. :rolleyes:

olivero
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:49 PM
Agnieszka :hug:, I guess it wasn't the time for more surprises in the row
Vera :yeah: good luck in SF

She never brings two big surprises in a row. And that is pretty frustrating.

backhandsmash
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:50 PM
5 W/23 UE for Radwanska.

27 W/23 UE for Vera.

Matej
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:50 PM
Well, what did I say? Vera prevailed quite easily, even though she played not particularly well (Iīd say below average).

Radwanska has simply no weapons against the really good players.

Unfortunately, the match was somewhat mediocre, perhaps because of the wind (?).:(

saul1333
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:50 PM
Great match from Bepa. Congrats to her

To the OP, Aga is SO NOT boring! You clearly don't appreciate great feeling...

:yeah:

tea
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:51 PM
It's barely 9pm my time but I've fallen asleep several times while watching this, excuse my vocabulary, "tennis match".:facepalm:

Sometimes my tennis life motto "wta has neva been betta" is put under a fat question mark.:(

AndreConrad
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:51 PM
Great match from Bepa. Congrats to her

To the OP, Aga is SO NOT boring! You clearly don't appreciate great feeling...

I don't know what (s)he appreciates, but (s)he really likes to stick it to Agnieszka's fans. Whatever :shrug:

Hian
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:51 PM
Great match from Bepa. Congrats to her

To the OP, Aga is SO NOT boring! You clearly don't appreciate great feeling...

Seriously? I didn't see two good players on court, but only one. From a player who's been in Top 10 I expected a lot more.

Matej
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:52 PM
Didn't see the first set but the 2nd was so disappointing, especially after the beatdown Aga gave to Fran the other day.

Nope. It was a beatdown that Fran gave to herself. She basically self-destructed in a very bad way (37 UEs during 14 games -- and there were not many long rallies).

GoofyDuck
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:53 PM
It's barely 9pm my time but I've fallen asleep several times while watching this, excuse my vocabulary, "tennis match".:facepalm:

Sometimes my tennis life motto "wta has neva been betta" is put under a fat question mark.:(

Comming for the biggest Wozniacki troll ever :haha:

Guess the Doha beatdown still hurts. :kiss:

sandv1
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:54 PM
Minor scare in middle of the 1st for BrightEyes. Otherwise..... :yawn:

AndreConrad
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:54 PM
She never brings two big surprises in a row. And that is pretty frustrating.
I don't want to jinx it, but I have a feeling the time is coming. Let's hope she doesn't fold before it happens.

@danieln1
Mar 30th, 2011, 06:55 PM
5 winners from Radwanska

How on earth Francesca lost to this????? Thereīs gotta be some unknown reason other than the poor play

Great match for Vera though, controlling play from beginning to end!

olivero
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:00 PM
5 winners from Radwanska

How on earth Francesca lost to this????? Thereīs gotta be some unknown reason other than the poor play


she didn't lost to 'this'.
She lost to Radwanska playing smart and aggressive (for her) tennis.
Not to the passive and unmotivated version we've seen today. Each match is different. Is it that hard to understand?

Patrick345
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:01 PM
Radwanska is so lazy. She actually seems to be able to generate some nice powershots in the right spots nowadays. But to do that more regularly, she would actually have to put effort into hitting the ball. Radwanska seems more comfortable playing cute. In that match whoever took the initiative in rallies won the points most of the time, and most of the time it was Vera, who attacked.

pav
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:02 PM
It's barely 9pm my time but I've fallen asleep several times while watching this, excuse my vocabulary, "tennis match".:facepalm:

Sometimes my tennis life motto "wta has neva been betta" is put under a fat question mark.:(
You are slowly getting more funny, but typing with one hand while your other is busily employed "elsewhere" isn't helping, stop it:)

tea
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:04 PM
Guess the Doha beatdown still hurts. :kiss:
What is Doha?:confused: Is it that tourney where Wozzie was just practising before taking the 5th slam in IW, and the tourney where Zvon jumped over her head class? Aaaah, really? I do remember now. No, it doesn't really hurt.:D

LightWarrior
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:06 PM
Watching these two play is very fun tennis for me. A lot of court craft. Vera was so solid at the net and so is Radwanska for that matter. Much better than watching Sharapova win in 3:30 while spraying the ball left and right. :rolleyes:

Radwanska : 5 winners and 23 UE. :help:
You're right that's so much more exciting. :tape: :lol:

SVK
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:06 PM
I donīt understand why people compare this match to others Radwanska played here...every match is different so those "I donīt know how Radwanska beat this and this" comments are beyond me, if she played bad in this match it doesnīt automatically mean that she played like this in other matches

Radwanska is definitely talented..she is just powerless

Miss Atomic Bomb
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:08 PM
Another opportunist lost, well done.

tea
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:08 PM
You are slowly getting more funny, but typing with one hand while your other is busily employed "elsewhere" isn't helping, stop it:)
Ewww. I desperately want to think that it's just you, not all Zvon fans, who have thoughts of such sort in their heads. Ewww once again. Thanks god I already had dinner, otherwise I doubt I'd be able to eat until tomorrow. Ewww at you.

KV
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:10 PM
Well done Bepa :)

Fantasy Hero
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:13 PM
Great match from Bepa. Congrats to her

To the OP, Aga is SO NOT boring! You clearly don't appreciate great feeling...

he surely doesn't like to watch tennis in slow motion :lol:

Aga has a great touch and volley skills, but she forgot to add speed to all her shots :)

madmax
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:14 PM
Never did I see a player so useless against any kind of power game that Radwanska is...nobody in their right mind would even call Vera a "power" player when she's just a crafty all-court veteran, yet pole was completely overpowered there:facepalm: Looks like Lady Aga is in a crossroads of her career - either she wants to tinker her strokes and not be such a puffballer, or she is gonna lose in QF stages of bigger tourneys all the time.

pav
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:18 PM
Ewww. I desperately want to think that it's just you, not all Zvon fans, who have thoughts of such sort in their heads. Ewww once again. Thanks god I already had dinner, otherwise I doubt I'd be able to eat until tomorrow. Ewww at you.
It doesn't effect eyesight like our grannies would have said, but blisters could be a problem, mind you in your case there is some symptoms of tunnel vision!

Matej
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:22 PM
Never did I see a player so useless against any kind of power game that Radwanska is...nobody in their right mind would even call Vera a "power" player when she's just a crafty all-court veteran, yet pole was completely overpowered there:facepalm: Looks like Lady Aga is in a crossroads of her career - either she wants to tinker her strokes and not be such a puffballer, or she is gonna lose in QF stages of bigger tourneys all the time.

Agree completely, with the exception of the last line. If she doesnīt improve her strokes considerably, she will not get to QF stages of bigger tournaments regularly anymore in the coming years, since there are quite a few young players who will probably be better than her in the future (Petkovic, Kvitova, Wickmayer, perhaps Pavljučenko etc.).

AcesHigh
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:24 PM
Radwanska : 5 winners and 23 UE. :help:
You're right that's so much more exciting. :tape: :lol:

I feel bad for you if you determine what is exciting based on the number of winners.

cellophane
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:25 PM
How did Barbie and Fran lose so badly? :help:

*Nefertiti*
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:25 PM
Is there a replay, I couldn't watch it..

tea
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:27 PM
Agree completely, with the exception of the last line. If she doesnīt improve her strokes considerably, she will not get to QF stages of bigger tournaments regularly anymore in the coming years, since there are quite a few young players who will probably be better than her in the future (Petkovic, Kvitova, Wickmayer, perhaps Pavljučenko etc.).
One ballbasher fan is agreed with another ballbasher fan in the pushers' match result thread - stop putting us in constant shock, guys; we wouldn't have ever thought this is possible. Have some mercy ffs.:rolleyes:

Juju Nostalgique
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:28 PM
Verita! :rocker2: :rocker2: :rocker2: :rocker2: :rocker2:

Pushwanska :bigwave:

LightWarrior
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:42 PM
I feel bad for you if you determine what is exciting based on the number of winners.

No I don't. But the ratio W/UE matters. It's far worse than Pova's 30- something winners and 76 UE yesterday imo.

Miracle Worker
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:42 PM
Vera :worship:

Thank you :worship:

AcesHigh
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:45 PM
No I don't. But the ratio W/UE matters. It's far worse than Pova's 30- something winners and 76 UE yesterday imo.

Unless you watched the match, you can't tell.

An exciting long rally between two players might end in a UE.
Short points that end in winners or UE's are BORING and not exciting at all IMO

Problem with Pova's match which I watched was that the rallies (when they did happen) were pretty damn boring and a lot of the errors were wild and not provoked at all.

I prefer a player who can keep the ball in play.

SVK
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:50 PM
Unless you watched the match, you can't tell.

An exciting long rally between two players might end in a UE.
Short points that end in winners or UE's are BORING and not exciting at all IMO

Problem with Pova's match which I watched was that the rallies (when they did happen) were pretty damn boring and a lot of the errors were wild and not provoked at all.

I prefer a player who can keep the ball in play.

Canīt agree here...there were many epic rallies between Sharapova and Dulgheru when Maria was bashing balls left and right, even tried dropshots, lobs and Dulgheruīs defense was mad...some of those ended with an error, but as you said also a rally finished with UE can be exciting

Matej
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:51 PM
Problem with Pova's match which I watched was that the rallies (when they did happen) were pretty damn boring and a lot of the errors were wild and not provoked at all.

I prefer a player who can keep the ball in play.

The same could be said about this match (Radwanska vs. Zvonareva). Itīs not like there were a lot of exciting rallies there.

laurie
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:53 PM
Radwanska hit 5 winners in the entire match.

FORZA SARITA
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:54 PM
Fransexa :tape: Aga has no power and that serve :o

Craig.
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:54 PM
Unless you watched the match, you can't tell.

An exciting long rally between two players might end in a UE.
Short points that end in winners or UE's are BORING and not exciting at all IMO

Problem with Pova's match which I watched was that the rallies (when they did happen) were pretty damn boring and a lot of the errors were wild and not provoked at all.

I prefer a player who can keep the ball in play.

Says the Venus fan.

Mixal
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:56 PM
Unless you watched the match, you can't tell.

An exciting long rally between two players might end in a UE.
Short points that end in winners or UE's are BORING and not exciting at all IMO

Problem with Pova's match which I watched was that the rallies (when they did happen) were pretty damn boring and a lot of the errors were wild and not provoked at all.

I prefer a player who can keep the ball in play.

Good point. There weren't many "stupid" errors in this match, especially in the 1st set. I know that Radwanska's stats look terrible, but she wasn't THAT bad. She fell apart in the 2nd, tho.


I also think that with her style & her usual level, Radwanska will be able to reach QFs of big tounaments in the future too. There will always be a lot of brainless ballbashers around. If she is willing to attack more (which she can) and construct points more often, she could do some bigger damage occasionally.

Vera, keep it going! :p

Mixal
Mar 30th, 2011, 07:58 PM
The same could be said about this match (Radwanska vs. Zvonareva). Itīs not like there were a lot of exciting rallies there.

Well, in my opinion there were. It's just a matter of taste, nothing else.

madmax
Mar 30th, 2011, 08:01 PM
Says the Venus fan.

I know right:lol: Hypocrisy at it's finest form as usual from AH

Beat
Mar 30th, 2011, 08:03 PM
obnoxious thread title.

Kworb
Mar 30th, 2011, 08:04 PM
Aga was horrible today and Vera looked good.

nevetssllim
Mar 30th, 2011, 08:05 PM
Vera played a nice match today. Well done. :yeah:

Kitten63
Mar 30th, 2011, 08:06 PM
Well done Vera :cheer:

Dominika23
Mar 30th, 2011, 08:14 PM
good macth from Zvonareva hoping she win the Whole thing now:bounce::bounce::bounce:

Good Fight from Radwanska keep up the good work hopefully she win a title this year

Lachrymarum
Mar 30th, 2011, 08:19 PM
Oh no she didn't! :eek: :worship:

BuTtErFrEnA
Mar 30th, 2011, 08:35 PM
Comming for the biggest Wozniacki troll ever :haha:

Guess the Doha beatdown still hurts. :kiss:

just ignore it :lol:

Sombrerero loco
Mar 30th, 2011, 09:07 PM
aga T_T nice tournament anyway

propi
Mar 30th, 2011, 11:00 PM
Aga boring??? :spit::facepalm:
And especially when compairing her to Zvonareva :lol::haha:

goldenlox
Mar 30th, 2011, 11:12 PM
Aga & Vera have similar styles and skill set.
Vera has a lot more experience. No reason Aga cant be top 3 in a few years

Vikapower
Mar 30th, 2011, 11:14 PM
Uninteresting. Boring. Bed. Next.

Matej
Mar 31st, 2011, 12:44 AM
Aga & Vera have similar styles and skill set.
Vera has a lot more experience. No reason Aga cant be top 3 in a few years

Yeah, right. :rolleyes: Except for the rather "slight" difference: Vera is able to actually hit the ball with pace and her groundstrokes are far more powerful.

And I repeat: Aga is completely unable to beat any of the Top 10 players, unless they play really terribly (like Schiavone two days ago or Venus in the very first match against Aga).

Mistress of Evil
Mar 31st, 2011, 06:13 AM
Aga :hug:

MBM
Mar 31st, 2011, 06:30 AM
Addressing the 'how did Aga beat Fran' question... she started out well and didn't look back! Francesca would have had to pull out a few crazy shots in a row to get some momentum. The key moment for Aga was stopping fran getting level 3-3 in the second. 4-2 instead of 3-3 is BIG. She was just too good!

Aga is great to watch because she has the touch and feel that very few players (if any) have these days. I could watch that drop-shot/lob-volley combo all day! She owns it. And she really can pick up the pace once in a while. Her serve is beyond pathetic and I refuse to believe she can't do any better. But she's a fast mover, generally a low-ue type player without being boring. I really like great crafting on court. It's why I love Francesca and why my favourite ATP player of recent times was Santoro. For me she is one of the more watchable players.

Alice
Mar 31st, 2011, 06:59 AM
Congratz to Zvonareva! She played really well yesterday! :cheer:

Aga played really well too, but I guessed Vera somehow managed to win! Aga...:hug:

thegreendestiny
Mar 31st, 2011, 07:01 AM
Pusher No.2 outpushes Pusher No.3 :drool:

Corswandt
Mar 31st, 2011, 10:03 AM
Well, what did I say? Vera prevailed quite easily, even though she played not particularly well (Iīd say below average).

Radwanska has simply no weapons against the really good players.

Unfortunately, the match was somewhat mediocre, perhaps because of the wind (?).:(

I thought that it was quite well played from Zvonareva, apart from a couple of really bad return games. Hitting so many winners (+ positive ratio) on this slow ass court against someone who retrieves as well as Radwanska is quite an accomplisment. Plus Zvonareva was consistently effective in the forecourt (both overheads - which you really really need against Radwanska - and volleying), and her BH was in fine form for the most. Only the serving was subpar (low % IIRC and very conservative 2nd serves - it's not that Radwanska was going to whack them away though).

I'll agree that, despite the SP, it was NID because the consistent depth and accuracy of Zvonareva's ball kept Radwanska pinned behind the baseline, not giving her the time to play her game and rendering her (even more) harmless. Given her lack of raw power, Radwanska knows she's done as soon as she is forced to retreat deep behind the baseline, so she did her best to remain as close to it as possible, but the end result was that she just fumbled a number of returns of very deep shots from Zvonareva.

In the previous round vs Schiavone, the low pace of the rallies had allowed Radwanska to use her bag of tricks to the fullest, but yesterday, since Radwanska has nothing to hurt a player who moves as well and hits as accurately as Zvonareva, it was back to the same old pushing that sometimes drives the top players right to the edge but almost never actually takes them out.

adner
Mar 31st, 2011, 10:11 AM
Winners are overrated. Both Caroline and Aga do hit point-winning shots(shots that have no chance to be returned well) but usually their opponents actually catch them and return the ball to their own side of court or somewhere in the stands or so on.

GoofyDuck
Mar 31st, 2011, 10:18 AM
Vera can play as a pusher ( against hantuchova at Pattaya) but in this match every single point she was aggressive and painting the lines.

gaja kesari
Mar 31st, 2011, 12:02 PM
Congratulations Vera, good game plan well executed. The first set was pretty even, but in the second Vera went for more while Aga dragged her heels. The wind didn't help either player, but fast and firm ball striking prevailed. Aga, please be braver next time :)

Matej
Mar 31st, 2011, 12:24 PM
I thought that it was quite well played from Zvonareva, apart from a couple of really bad return games. Hitting so many winners (+ positive ratio) on this slow ass court against someone who retrieves as well as Radwanska is quite an accomplisment. Plus Zvonareva was consistently effective in the forecourt (both overheads - which you really really need against Radwanska - and volleying), and her BH was in fine form for the most. Only the serving was subpar (low % IIRC and very conservative 2nd serves - it's not that Radwanska was going to whack them away though).

I'll agree that, despite the SP, it was NID because the consistent depth and accuracy of Zvonareva's ball kept Radwanska pinned behind the baseline, not giving her the time to play her game and rendering her (even more) harmless. Given her lack of raw power, Radwanska knows she's done as soon as she is forced to retreat deep behind the baseline, so she did her best to remain as close to it as possible, but the end result was that she just fumbled a number of returns of very deep shots from Zvonareva.

In the previous round vs Schiavone, the low pace of the rallies had allowed Radwanska to use her bag of tricks to the fullest, but yesterday, since Radwanska has nothing to hurt a player who moves as well and hits as accurately as Zvonareva, it was back to the same old pushing that sometimes drives the top players right to the edge but almost never actually takes them out.

Agreed, apart from the fact that Vera had not only a couple of really bad return games in the first set, but she had one really bad service game in the beginning as well (two DFs and two UEs) and gifted away that service game to Aga (remember, Vera lead 2:0 in the first set with an early break). And then Vera had a couple of terrible return games.

goldenlox
Mar 31st, 2011, 12:25 PM
Yeah, right. :rolleyes: Except for the rather "slight" difference: Vera is able to actually hit the ball with pace and her groundstrokes are far more powerful.

And I repeat: Aga is completely unable to beat any of the Top 10 players, unless they play really terribly (like Schiavone two days ago or Venus in the very first match against Aga).I've seen Aga beat Dementieva, Kuznetsova, Petrova, Ivanovic.
She just missed against Vika at IW, and those 2 are very close

AndreConrad
Mar 31st, 2011, 12:25 PM
Congratulations Vera, good game plan well executed. The first set was pretty even, but in the second Vera went for more while Aga dragged her heels. The wind didn't help either player, but fast and firm ball striking prevailed. Aga, please be braver next time :)

Bravery is something I sometimes feel she needs more then more power. She is not missing it all the time, but in some matches.

Matej
Mar 31st, 2011, 12:40 PM
I've seen Aga beat Dementieva, Kuznetsova, Petrova, Ivanovic.
She just missed against Vika at IW, and those 2 are very close

As for Ivanovic, Aga beated her only in 2009 - 2010 when Ivanovic was in a serious slump (actually, in the last two matches Ivanovic was ranked outside the top 50). Petrova was not in the top 10 when Aga beated her.

Kuznetsova is 9:3 in H2H against Aga and won the last 5 matches.

goldenlox
Mar 31st, 2011, 12:50 PM
Vera had the same problems Aga had back in 2004, 2005.
Aga has enough game, she just hasnt figured out how to make her game as effective as it can be

tkutsaar
Mar 31st, 2011, 02:05 PM
Sure is an awful lot of saving of the WTA going on in this tournament. I thought the consensus was that a defeat of Vera would save the WTA so I am surprised to learn by the title of this thread that she has actually saved WTA. Way the go Vera!

I believe Vera’s saving power though is limited. I had the impression that had Caro not lost and faced Vera in the final most here would view such a match as the ultimate destruction of the WTA. So it was left to Andrea Petkovic to save the WTA. But Andrea’s feat will not be appreciated for too much longer since I sense some believe a Sharapova victory against her is also necessary to save the WTA.

rucolo
Mar 31st, 2011, 02:33 PM
Vera into Miami SF!:hearts::yeah:

Aga, you still have this sweet win over Schiavone :hug:

Vera and Aga have similar games. Only Vera has more power than Aga.
Great backhand longline winner from Vera to finish the match.

gmak
Mar 31st, 2011, 03:26 PM
Bepa :yeah: :D :)
never in doubt this one ;)

Kasey
Apr 1st, 2011, 03:43 PM
As for Ivanovic, Aga beated her only in 2009 - 2010 when Ivanovic was in a serious slump (actually, in the last two matches Ivanovic was ranked outside the top 50). Petrova was not in the top 10 when Aga beated her.

Kuznetsova is 9:3 in H2H against Aga and won the last 5 matches.

Yeap 'honey' that's right!
Oh, just admit it you like trolling, don't you? You'll never let go.....I'd even say you're pretty good in talking crap:wavey:

Btw, I think as Aga'a fan, that she didn't care about the match and its result, she has over 80.000 $ to spend on shoes, bags etc. Just let this girl enjoy it:rolleyes:

Miracle Worker
Apr 1st, 2011, 03:47 PM
Yeap 'honey' that's right!
Oh, just admit it you like trolling, don't you? You'll never let go.....I'd even say you're pretty good in talking crap:wavey:

Btw, I think as Aga'a fan, that she didn't care about the match and its result, she has over 80.000 $ to spend on shoes, bags etc. Just let this girl enjoy it:rolleyes:

Especially on bags :rolleyes:

AndreConrad
Apr 1st, 2011, 06:00 PM
Yeap 'honey' that's right!
Oh, just admit it you like trolling, don't you? You'll never let go.....I'd even say you're pretty good in talking crap:wavey:

Btw, I think as Aga'a fan, that she didn't care about the match and its result, she has over 80.000 $ to spend on shoes, bags etc. Just let this girl enjoy it:rolleyes:
I think she cared, but could not find the win within herself and perhaps let it go. Too bad; still good tournament nevertheless.