Re: Danish Delight - Caroline Wozniacki thread - vol 6
Originally Posted by ozza
Ultimately while this is probably right, it's still the sort of match you'd hope Caroline should win. Vinci is still ultimately a non-contender that Caroline has to be getting through.
This not losing to non-contenders is way too high a standard for Caro off a hard court.
Caro is not a top 15 player on red clay.
If Caro can avoid losing to players ranked outside the top 30 (maybe top 50) on red clay, then I'd say that's meeting expectations.
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