View Full Version : Fix it or ELSE

Apr 12th, 2003, 05:37 AM
Hey everyone i just want to post this out so that everyone just thinks about this..id love some feedback sooo keep the replies coming!

Jennifer Capriati is now 27 yrs old...realistically she has three good #1 yrs ahead of her...after that she might stay in the top 10 or she could just tumble into the top 20's who knows...what im trying to say is that time is rolling along and i dont know about you guys but im starting to feel worried. Its not just the Williams sisters specifically its the entire roster of womens tennis...how can Jennifer find a way to beat them in major situations when she has a sub par serve for a top ten player and a temper that can at times distract her from the game? :sad: thus jeperdizing her chances at winning matches??? :confused: I think and please tell me if im totally of base..that she needs to deconstruct her game and see what she is doing super well and what is not doing so well and focus on her "serve" which i would say is her weakest weapon :rolleyes: ...sure at times she can hit um' big...but lets be realistic here people, shes no pete Sampras...or even Serena Williams when it comes to serve..i say work with a different coach and FIX IT JEN... and remember...time is NOT on your side....hurry up hun your times almost up . :fiery: :rolleyes:
:angel: Trish Stratus :angel:

Apr 13th, 2003, 12:06 AM
I think she has mentioned a few times in the press during Miami that she is working on the serve more. What more really is there to do? More fitness?

It's hard to teach an old dog new tricks, especially when they have been getting by with what they've got. I think it is easy to say that she isn't going to seek outside coaching and really, she has to believe in her own mind that the serve or the fitness or whatever, needs to be worked on. A coach can only tell you so many times before they get tired of hearing themselves talk.

As for the temper, I don't think she needs to do anything about that. It's her personality, and I think a lot of people like to see the firey side. About the only thing she can do, is to blow up and move on. So I guess what I'm saying is, the temper is fine, she just needs to start "moving on" a little bit quicker.

Anyway, there's my two cents. That and a buck fifty should get me a cup of coffee later!