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Old Feb 22nd, 2013, 09:06 PM   #738
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Re: Danish Delight - Caroline Wozniacki thread - vol 6

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Originally Posted by Saraya00000 View Post
Not a bad match from Caro today..agree with Matt Cronin that she improved a lot..but when Azarenka, Serena, Petra or Maria are on top there ist nothing to win for Caro.

Off to Kuala now. Took the title, Princess.
Their best match was probably the Hopman Cup exhibition match last year.

I find it hard to imagine a premier 5 let alone a slam being won without at least one of those players having to be beaten along the way. Last year those four either won or were beaten along the way by the eventual winner in 14 of the 15 biggest tournaments (premier 5s, premier mandatories, Olympics, Yec, and the slams). If you include Aga, it's 15 out of 15 tournaments. So if Caro can't figure out a way to beat these players, her chances of winning a big title again are very small.
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