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Today 09:01 PM
nazzac
Re: Caroline Garcia

Thanks

I am not surprised she is quite shy. I am glad you asked the social media question as i was eager to hear what she had to say about it.

Shame though because now she will use it less and i don't know about you guys, but i really enjoy her posts. I find her funny
Today 08:52 PM
Coco Hero
Re: Caroline Garcia

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Originally Posted by nazzac View Post
Thanks

Good read and you asked a few questions that i was thinking of asking her in Madrid.

How was she as an interviewee?
she is quiet, that's for sure, but maybe because she was close to Kiki, who's a volcano, she opened up rather soon. I would say she has some sense of humour too, but she seems rather shy. Thus said, she talks a lot, nonetheless, so a good interviewee

good luck in Madrid
Today 08:28 PM
nazzac
Re: Caroline Garcia

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Originally Posted by Coco Hero View Post
I won't disturb for long, but I thought some of you might be interested in Mladenovic and Garcia's words on the world of social media and their war vs L'Equipe, as well as some comments on their choice of teaming up for the Olympics. I talked to them in Stuttgart and was impressed by their strong sense of integrity, remarkable
Mladenovic and Garcia fight back | SPAZIO TENNISSPAZIO TENNIS
Thanks

Good read and you asked a few questions that i was thinking of asking her in Madrid.

How was she as an interviewee?
Today 08:17 PM
MiiMo
Re: Caroline Garcia

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Originally Posted by améliemomo View Post
well kristina deserves to be french n°1, wha she managed to do at us open was GREAT.

as for caroline we still wait for such a breakthrough on big centre court, against high ranked player. It's been since that RG 2nd round against sharapova, leading 6-3 4-1 then BOOM she never fullfiled all the expectations, like if she was afraid of it
amelie would be a great coach for her but she has MURRAY. Urpi would suit her perfectly imo but she wont agree AS USUAL
Are we gonna be happy with a QF match at the Open? Even more so, a match she should've won 15 time at least ? Come on. Both Caroline and Kristina have the game to be consistent Top 10 players but well, French Federation is more into corruption and how to save Gachassin's ass from courts, rather than giving a slap on the wrist to these girls as a wake up call, and providing them with the adequate structure, and make them realize they need that structure.
Today 04:35 PM
améliemomo
Re: Caroline Garcia

Thank you

well I know caro and kiki in their "young" career think fed cup is a competition that means BIG, but girls you have to realize that even when Amélie won Wimbledon, the legends garden, yes WIMBLEDON as world n°1 beating Justine Henin in finale, she did not make the cover of l'EQUIPE! Football will ALWAYS be n°1, no matter what. That sucks but that's the way it is.

the fact they care soooo much about what people say of them is a bad thing imo, fed cup is very fun competition, but it never equilize SLAMS or OLYMPICS!

go win a slam and then you 'll have the right to complain, if not, take that "rage" and turn it into something positive to give the best in Majors!
Today 03:01 PM
Coco Hero
Re: Caroline Garcia

I won't disturb for long, but I thought some of you might be interested in Mladenovic and Garcia's words on the world of social media and their war vs L'Equipe, as well as some comments on their choice of teaming up for the Olympics. I talked to them in Stuttgart and was impressed by their strong sense of integrity, remarkable
Mladenovic and Garcia fight back | SPAZIO TENNISSPAZIO TENNIS
Yesterday 10:53 AM
améliemomo
Re: Caroline Garcia

well kristina deserves to be french n°1, wha she managed to do at us open was GREAT.

as for caroline we still wait for such a breakthrough on big centre court, against high ranked player. It's been since that RG 2nd round against sharapova, leading 6-3 4-1 then BOOM she never fullfiled all the expectations, like if she was afraid of it
amelie would be a great coach for her but she has MURRAY. Urpi would suit her perfectly imo but she wont agree AS USUAL
Apr 26th, 2016 08:45 PM
MiiMo
Re: Caroline Garcia

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Originally Posted by améliemomo View Post
yes we all agree here with wha yu say Miimo, the problem with her is that she doesnt see "the coach change" as much needed

as we said, it's been more than 2 years now that she's been stagnating, not having a slam breakthrough, she must targets the 2nd week in slam by now

time to step up big and I dont see her doing that with her dad!
Yeah but thing is, for instance, when she plays under Amélie's direction, she plays so good, her form in Fed Cup is quite good, she can construct a point, then back to WTA and well... Out of Top 50, I could never imagine Garcia falling so low and letting unable-to-win-a-match-but-big-mouthy Mladenovic be the Numéro 1 française...
Apr 26th, 2016 04:20 PM
Corswandt
Re: Caroline Garcia

I just don't think that singles are a priority for Caroline right now. Being a top player in singles and doubles simultaneously isn't impossible, but it isn't sustainable in the long run either. After 12, 18, 20 months mental burnout, fatigue and injuries caused by overplaying begin to show up; we've seen this happen with several players before.

Personally I think that right now Caroline is letting results make the decision (to focus on singles or doubles or both) for her.
Apr 26th, 2016 11:20 AM
améliemomo
Re: Caroline Garcia

yes we all agree here with wha yu say Miimo, the problem with her is that she doesnt see "the coach change" as much needed

as we said, it's been more than 2 years now that she's been stagnating, not having a slam breakthrough, she must targets the 2nd week in slam by now

time to step up big and I dont see her doing that with her dad!
Apr 25th, 2016 09:37 PM
MiiMo
Re: Caroline Garcia

I love Caroline's game and abilities, but as long as she does not get an actual real coach, she'll be stuck between 30-50, she just does not know what to do with all her skills on court. Watching her being outplayed by Niculescu was AWFUL...
Apr 25th, 2016 05:59 PM
nazzac
Re: Caroline Garcia

We can hope!!!

A big run there would be huge for Caroline!
Apr 25th, 2016 05:28 PM
Jow
Re: Caroline Garcia

In RG ahahah
No i know i dream too much for now
Apr 25th, 2016 05:11 PM
nazzac
Re: Caroline Garcia

Yeah and Kuznetsova played very well that week, even beat Serena.

I hope she can defend some of the Madrid points at the very least. I don't want to see her ranking fall to the point where she has to qualify for these events.

She's 31 in the race at the moment which is not bad. I just want to see her do well at a grand slam, something she has not done yet. A big run somewhere could really do her the world of good.
Apr 25th, 2016 04:56 PM
Jow
Re: Caroline Garcia

She did great in Miami too, lost 76(6) against Kuznetsova in third set, so really not so far away from a win. Charleston was the same, lost tie break in third i think? And after what happend there i was worried but it seems she did not affect her so much. She just lost badly in Stuttgart after all, no big loss except this one so yes it happens. Yes she has Madrid to defend, 120 points and next one will be Cincinnati so she will up in ranking for sur except if she plays really bad.
Being out of top 50 for first time since a 2 years could be à positive chock for her too. So wait and see what happend in Madrid, Rome, Strasbourg and RG but i am confident she will bounce back fast. She loves clay, she just needed some matchs i think. But i am confident for the rest of the season. She showed great tennis already this year.
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