Re: Danish Delight - Caroline Wozniacki thread - vol 6
Originally Posted by C. W. Fields
It's a question of touch: Aga has it, Caro doesn't and if she ever had the chance to acquire it, it should have been worked on +10 years ago. I also wish Caro could hit more drop shots/slices/etc., but when she tries to, you can see that she doesn't have the natural fingerspitzengefühl - she only makes the intended shot like half the time - and I don't think she'd get much better at it now even with 1000 hours of training.
Caro may add a small thing or two to her game in the future (and hopefully improve her serve) but it's unlikely she'll ever be hitting shots she doesn't fully believe in on a regular basis, so I think we must get used to the idea that this is pretty much what her game is... and then admire her for what she has accomplished with great stamina and spirit despite her limited hitting repetoire.
Well we'll probably never know as Caro's attempts at adding things like a 1-handed slice or dropshot seem to be dropped pretty quickly. A decent slice should be in the toolskit of a good defender.
Other players seem to be able to add to their games or improve existing aspects but Caro doesn't seem to be able to.
I find it frustrating that she can't get herself something basic like a decent/solid forehand or a good 1st serve.
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Last edited by Protoss : Jan 20th, 2013 at 07:22 PM.