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Old Oct 28th, 2012, 10:10 AM   #4815
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Re: Womens Tennis in General

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Originally Posted by DownInAHole View Post
I am choosing to remain optimistic. Who thought that Sam was going to win last year in the U.S. Open final? It will be very tough but Maria can do it.
Serena's motivation vs Sharapova is a lot greater than vs Stosur though.

I was rather surprised to see Vika lose so easily to Sharapova. Even if Sharapova was gonna beat her I thought it'd be see some long battle to get over the hump.
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