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Old Jan 7th, 2013, 06:55 AM   #125
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Re: Danish Delight - Caroline Wozniacki thread - vol 6

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Originally Posted by marineblue View Post
I think Sveta is a better match-up than Julia. Caro somehow doesn't know how to handle Julia. There's be a real danger that Goerges would defeat her even though she's not at her best atm. The real test will come in QF. Kerber is a huge challenge for Caro and she'll need to play at her best to stand a chance.
Caro's shots are too friendly for Goerges as they sit up and are too much in the middle of the court. Caro's bffs Aga and Vika do a lot better against Goerges : Aga hits flatter shots that aren't as much in Goerges' strike zone and Vika really angles the ball out of the middle of the court. Also, both aren't useless/clueless against Goerges' moonballing tactic.
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