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Old Mar 24th, 2013, 08:07 PM   #1370
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Re: Danish Delight - Caroline Wozniacki thread - vol 6

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Originally Posted by goldenlox View Post
I think the worst part of this is that she still comes out to start matches at big tournaments and starts this slowly.
One of the reasons she's lost 5 of her last 10 slam matches is that she gives away the first set.
Here's one of the biggest non majors and she still is starting like she's half asleep.

It looks like she's satisfied being off the tv courts and losing early, since she keeps doing this, now year after year
Until she is motivated to warm up with intensity and start with focus, this could be the rest of her career
Who does Caro's warmup before matches? I'm curious if a switch in the person doing that would help Caro start matches off faster. A change in the length or intensity of her warmups could be helpful as well.

By my count, most (18/23 (78%)) of Caro's matches this year have been televised & or live streamed.
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