Re: Danish Delight - Caroline Wozniacki thread - vol 6
Originally Posted by Mitten Kitten
this was a pretty expected loss sadly and not because CSN isn't that great player on clay, but because she usually is a good fighter and can be consistent, expecially on the surface.
Caroline on the other hand is completly caught in a land of confusion, she can't generate power without committing too many errors, expecially on clay, where her movement is also poor...her serve seem to let her down whenever it goes tight...let's face it, she's mentally a lot weaker: she faced a single BP in the whole first serve and got broken, lost serve on 6-6 in the tie break and couldn't hold anymore
the girl really needs to step aside and work harder instead of playing tournaments...I mean, she played some impressive tennis this year (against Bartoli) and could play smart at times (against Kerber), but this is becoming more and more of an exception.
I don't think Caro's gonna get better on this surface without playing on it though.
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