Originally Posted by ma re
Great job Donna, not easy, but the important thing is you kept it together regardless. Now onto the real battle - girls who've defeated Ula last year on grass were Falconi, Petrova and Erakovic...can Donna be the next one? One thing is certain and that's that it won't be easy. Our biggest hope lies in the fact that Ula is still, even to this day, insanely inconsistent. Fresh case(s) in point are the French Open (takes out Venus then loses to that German girl whose name I still can't spell) and Rome (defeates Ivanovic then loses to Morita). Let's hope she fogets to screw her head on properly for her next match.
She lost to Pfizenmaier who put out some great resistance against Aga in 3rd round( lost only 6:3 6:4), and also had a tight loss to Petrova in Stuttgart (7:6 6:3), so that girl is not a bad player, but Ula is very inconsistent, she played very good against Donna in Monterrey(and had a luck with forehand dtl on deuce when she served for the first set because it was at least 1-2 inches out, and then Donna fell apart in the second set), GL Donna