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Old Sep 3rd, 2011, 04:38 PM   #172
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Re: time to hire up a coach?

We have to accept the reality as it is and Maria's state as it is... Post-injury Maria is vulnerable... She is basically without a serve, she cannot rely on it... so... It is the way it is, so for me (yes, this USO loss hurts me a lot and is going to hurt me for quite some time, Wimby hurts me even more, because I think that was the last train...) - I am trying to appreciate every title she wins after the surgery, every small improvement she makes... It gets hard sometimes, but I wanna enjoy the career while it lasts, and hopefully she will bring us happy and victory moments in the future again.
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