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Old Jun 15th, 2013, 03:37 PM   #3570
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Re: Danish Delight - Caroline Wozniacki thread - vol 6

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Originally Posted by ozza View Post
How low do you have Caro in the grass court rankings then? I don't really have set rankings by surface in my mind. But looking at this draw there looks far worse draws to me than a heavily out of form, carrying an injury player, even if she has done well here and on this surface in the past. I can't imagine Paszek is top 10 even on grass.

When I say this isn't a bad draw, that doesn't mean Caro will win, it's just Caro has to start winning these sorts of matches, because if you are not then there are way too many people in the draw who are getting the better of you, and then quite frankly Caro doesn't deserve to be top 10.
If Caro were in decent to solid form, then I'd say she's maybe ranked 15 to 20 on grass.

I think if Paszek isn't top 10 on grass, then she's pretty close to it.

Should Caro have beaten Lisicki in 2009 at Wimbledon, Kvitova in 2010 at Wimbledon?

If Caro had drawn Kuznetsova during the clay court season, would you have said that Caro has to win that match?
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