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Old Oct 4th, 2012, 11:08 AM   #76
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Ich habe Kerber heute sehr gut spielen sehen (auch taktisch). Besonders den 2. Aufschlag von Wozniacki hat sie ab und an mal attackiert. Und man hat gesehen, dass die das auch sehr gut kann. Das hätte ich auch mal gerne gegen Errani bei den US Open gesehen. Dann waren ihre Angriffsschläge wieder besser und konzentrierter als zuletzt. Gut fand ich auch, dass sie den 2. Satz nicht aus der Ruhe hat bringen lassen. Oft wird sie in solchen Situationen frustriert. Ansonsten haben beide im 3. Satz dann sehr gut und auf Augenhöhe gespielt. Kerber dann vielleicht mit dem etwas glücklicheren Ende.

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Old Oct 4th, 2012, 11:55 AM   #77
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Gewonnen ist gewonnen. Konnte ja nicht das komplette Spiel so weiter gehen und Caro ist ja auch besser geworden. Aber die 3-Satz Bilanz ist weiterhin beeindruckend, wenn da nur nicht dieses Eastbourne Finale gewesen wäre.
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Old Oct 4th, 2012, 12:10 PM   #78
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Great job Angie. Now go out and kick Sharapova's ass.
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Old Oct 4th, 2012, 02:43 PM   #79
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Aber auch das Viertelfinale heißt ja schon: Soll erfüllt, da gehört sie als Nr. 6 hin. Mal zurückgelehnt und das Gesamtbild betrachtet, spielt sie eine absolute Bombensaison.
Das ist es, was Kerber trotz ihrer seit Monaten schlechten Form(im Vergleich zum Frühjahr) erfolgreich macht: Sie schafft ihre Pflichtsiege, und wenn das so bleibt kann sie , trotz spielerischer Schwächen, noch länger vorne mit dabei sein
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Old Oct 4th, 2012, 03:03 PM   #80
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Kerber ist nicht in schlechter Form.

Sie hat vor kurzem fast Cincinnati gewonnen. Das wäre ihr bisher größter Titel gewesen. Dabei hat sie als Einzige in letzter Zeit Serena Williams geschlagen. Und auch Kvitova ist keine Laufkundschaft, welche sie in dem Turnier besiegte. Dann jetzt Tokio Halbfinale, wo sie tatsächlich mal einen schwachen Tag gegen die Radwanska hatte.

Jetzt gegen Wozniacki gewonnen, die derzeit wieder gut in Form ist und nun wollen wir mal schauen wie das gegen Scharapova aussieht. Ich sehe die Chancen bei 50:50.
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Old Oct 4th, 2012, 05:05 PM   #81
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Good win, Angelique !

Too passive after 1st set, but mentally strong. Now QF vs Sharapova
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Old Oct 5th, 2012, 08:12 AM   #82
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Da hatte sie wohl einfach die Schnauze voll.
Sharapova war erschreckend laut und gut .
Angie hatte zu Beginn des zweiten Satzes die Möglichkeit zurückzukommen aber sie war einfach nicht entschlossen genug und teilweise zu unpräzise.
Die lange Saison hinterlässt auch bei ihr Spuren und auch sie wird die wohlverdiente Pause herbeisehnen.
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Old Oct 5th, 2012, 08:17 AM   #83
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Hoffens wirs mal. Hoffentlich hat sie keine ernste Verletzung.
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Old Oct 5th, 2012, 08:20 AM   #84
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Irgendwie scheint sie die Gegnerinnen zu Höchstleistungen anzutreiben. Da wäre für Angie wohl auch mit ihrem besten Tennis nicht viel drin gewesen. Die Aufgabe war irgendwie komisch. Sah so aus als hätte sie keine Lust mehr, aber passt eigentlich nicht zu Angie und dafür war es vom Spielverlauf doch im zweiten Satz zu knapp. Mal hoffen das sie in Istanbul von Sharapova, Radwanska und Errani lange verschont wird.
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Old Oct 5th, 2012, 08:25 AM   #85
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Wenn sie nicht Luxemburg absagt, wird sie wohl in Istanbul ein Freilos für ihre Gegnerinnen werden. Noch ein Turnier direkt vor Istanbul zu spielen ist absoluter Blödsinn.
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Hoffens wirs mal. Hoffentlich hat sie keine ernste Verletzung.
Würde mich sehr wundern. Es war ja rein gar nichts zu erkennen, aber man weiss ja nie.
Wenn sie das Spiel wegen Aussichtslosigkeit/Erschöpfung aufgegeben hat, ist das auch nicht leicht zu verkraften, aber ich schätze Angie so ein, das sie das schnell abhaken kann.
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Shrapova war heute einfach bockstark. Kerber hatte zwar auch einige Breakbälle, aber leider keinen davon genutzt.

Mich hat gewundert, dass sie ähnlich agressiv gespielt hat, wie gestern. Normalerweise ist doch bei so einer Spielerin wie Sharapova die Taktik alles unangenehm zurückbringen und warten bis die Gegnerin den Fehler macht. Beim offenen Schlagabtausch ist Sharapova normalerweise besser. Aber in Sharapovas Form derzeit wäre es so oder so sehr schwer geworden.

Aber am wichtigsten ist jetzt, dass Kerber keine ernsthafte Verletzung hat.
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Old Oct 5th, 2012, 09:32 AM   #88
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In der Runde der letzten Acht musste gegen Maria 
Scharapowa wegen einer Verletzung am rechten Fuß aufgeben.
Das würde wohl auch erklären, warum sie auf einen relativ schnellen Punktgewinn aus war.
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Old Oct 5th, 2012, 09:46 AM   #89
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Komische Aufgabe. Hoffentlich hatte sie ein Problem und es war nicht "Bocklosigkeit". Angie sollte aber jetzt pausieren.
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I saw on twitter that Kerber retired because of a foot injury. Has she commented yet or is that just speculation?
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