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Old Jun 20th, 2011, 01:02 AM   #2693
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Re: ** Masha News and Articles! ** Vol. 2

Just another article on Maria being the favorite

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Josh’s Championship: (5) Maria Sharapova (RUS) over (23) Venus Williams (USA). Sharapova’s serve is the biggest concern coming into the tournament, but if she can harness it like she did at the French Open, the sky’s the limit for the 2004 champ. Venus has not played since January, so (lack of) conditioning will definitely play a significant role in her attempt to win a sixth Wimbledon title. After winning the Rome Masters a month ago, and most recently reaching the semis at the French Open, Maria’s game has been in cruise control and she has a ton of momentum at her back, which most of the other players in the field don’t. She is also playing with a swagger and overall sense of confidence that resembles the Maria of old.


Tyrone’s Championship: (5) Maria Sharapova (RUS) over (25) Daniela Hantuchova (SVK). Not playing one grass-court match before Wimbledon starts has me at odds whether the 2004 Golden Girl in London can win. However, Sharapova’s confidence is back and she would like nothing more than to take a shower when the Slam is over, with her second All England Champion’s Trophy. While the Internet would go crazy for such viral video, the Russian despite pulling out of the AEGON Classic in Birmingham is still one of the favorites at the third Major of the year. Missing her annual Wimbledon tune-up has certainly made news in whether she can flip the dial without any match play on her favorite surface. Give Maria a few matches to soak her feet on the green grass as resting her shoulder will prove to be the right move against a watered down field. Denmark's (1) Caroline Wozniacki, who has never won a Major, could await for a berth in the semifinals.
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