Re: Paula Kania thread
That's what she is doing actually. :P
In Wimbledon she was training with Maryna Zanevska and her coach, but being coachless for a longer period of time won't be good for her career + as we've seen from her career she just is not good enough for hardcourts right now. On claycourts she's superior due to her excellent physical resistance and good movement. Primarily she's either good on clay and fast courts (indoors, grass) due to her good net and attacking game + brilliant drop shots. I just wish she took 100% risk and hired a good coach like Tomasz Iwanski. On hardcourt she just needs good tactics and experience... Just hope she beats one day a solid ballbasher on fast courts like Gasparyan, Coin or Kalashnikova, so far she's doing it well on clay (wins over Kovinic, Babos).