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Old Apr 25th, 2013, 09:49 AM   #2251
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That damn second-round AO loss to Hypeson really hurt her ranking points. Due to her 'consistent' showings during the slams last year, she won't really be able to compensate her ranking till the late part of the season. The only time she might do it is during the YEC or during the Asian swing. I really hope she can qualify for the YEC and hopefully resurge back to the Top 5 at the end of the year.
AO points are well withing ranking fluctuations, she can easily compensate for them, thankfully she's not consistent during all her tournaments loosing more then 2100 point after USO last year hurt her rankings alot and if she losses her 2000 during USO series and fails to scrub some more after this time around she can be out of Top10 before YEC is played but with some decent results during Asian swing\USO series she will be okay. Petra hopes of getting alot of points is Madrid\Eastbourne
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AO points are well withing ranking fluctuations, she can easily compensate for them, thankfully she's not consistent during all her tournaments loosing more then 2100 point after USO last year hurt her rankings alot and if she losses her 2000 during USO series and fails to scrub some more after this time around she can be out of Top10 before YEC is played but with some decent results during Asian swing\USO series she will be okay. Petra hopes of getting alot of points is Madrid\Eastbourne
I think so, there is a possibility to get many points there and I think that she might improve her ranking by reaching at least SF at Wimbledon if she'll be in good form, and for now she seems to be (I hope there won't be any major health issues).
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Petra never gets her points from the same tournaments two years in a row. Watch her win USO and YEC this year.
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AO points are well withing ranking fluctuations, she can easily compensate for them, thankfully she's not consistent during all her tournaments loosing more then 2100 point after USO last year hurt her rankings alot and if she losses her 2000 during USO series and fails to scrub some more after this time around she can be out of Top10 before YEC is played but with some decent results during Asian swing\USO series she will be okay. Petra hopes of getting alot of points is Madrid\Eastbourne
Yes,it's true that having a high seed can give you advantageous draws and help in other ways.However,even if Petra somehow made it back into the Top 4,she'd only lose it again a short time later unless she had improved her consistency in some of the areas where she still doesn't act like an elite player.If Petra ever gets back into the Killer Mode that she had in 2011,then she can probably make big rankings gains in only a few months' time
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Petra never gets her points from the same tournaments two years in a row. Watch her win USO and YEC this year.
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Yes,it's true that having a high seed can give you advantageous draws and help in other ways.However,even if Petra somehow made it back into the Top 4,she'd only lose it again a short time later unless she had improved her consistency in some of the areas where she still doesn't act like an elite player.If Petra ever gets back into the Killer Mode that she had in 2011,then she can probably make big rankings gains in only a few months' time
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http://sportschatplace.com/tennis-2/...kvitova-li-na/

"When Kvitova's on she is in the stratosphere of the Top Three in women's tennis, but when she's off anybody outside the top 10 can beat her even not at their best." Yes, this is called Petra's Rollercoaster

Cannot wait for today's match...
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Old Apr 26th, 2013, 01:26 PM   #2257
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"When Kvitova's on she is in the stratosphere of the Top Three in women's tennis, but when she's off anybody outside the top 10 can beat her even not at their best." Yes, this is called Petra's Rollercoaster

Cannot wait for today's match...
Well, this artice was written by some who is confusing Davis cup with Fed cup: "Petra also rallied to keep alive her country in the Davis Cup Semifinals" and thinks that Jankovic will beat the winner of this match: "I ultimately have Serb Jelena Jankovic beating the winner here". So it is not so much relevant for me.
Although I agree with that stratosphere and stuff.
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http://sportschatplace.com/tennis-2/...kvitova-li-na/

"When Kvitova's on she is in the stratosphere of the Top Three in women's tennis, but when she's off anybody outside the top 10 can beat her even not at their best." Yes, this is called Petra's Rollercoaster
This is mostly true,and the solution to that problem is for Petra to learn how to be 'On',or relatively close to 'On',more frequently
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Old Apr 26th, 2013, 05:44 PM   #2259
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Check this great article (mixed timeline with Dubai/Doha, but the rest is OK):

http://www.tennis.com/pro-game/2013/.../#.UXq2N7UqxvA

Things seemed to be going according to plan in the early stages of Petra Kvitova’s third-round match with Julia Goerges in Stuttgart on Thursday. Through the first two and a half games, each of these notoriously inconsistent players had shown off, as expected, a few gems and a few flaws. At 1-1, serving into the deuce court, Kvitova threw her toss up for a second serve. The ball seemed to be in the right place above her, her swing looked OK, and her serve landed near the middle of the box. Unfortunately, it was the middle of the ad court box, a meter or so wide of the center service line. It was, by all appearances, going to be one of those days for Kvitova.

But as anyone who has followed Kvitova’s career with an even cursory interest knows, appearances can be deceiving when it comes to the 23-year-old Czech. If you're a gambler, you might try this as your betting system with her: Whatever you think Kvitova is going to do, that means she’s about to do the opposite. Of course, that's not how it worked this time. This time Petra would follow that double-fault with some similarly horrid play through the rest of the first set. With the German playing inspired tennis in front of her home-country fans and on her favorite surface, it looked like an early exit for Kvitova was all but assured.

Naturally, she won the match, and won it going away. Kvitova finished the third set with a volley of cannon-shots winners, and very few errors in between them. The memory of that earlier hacker-level double fault was long gone. She had won her second-straight three-setter—Kvitova often rides the tennis see-saw—and will face second seed Li Na on Friday.

Kvitova has had—can you guess?—and up-and-down season so far. After being upset by Laura Robson in Australia, a Czech journalist warned me that the bottom seemed to be dropping out for Kvitova. What did she do next? She went to Dubai and beat Ana Ivanovic, Agnieszka Radwanska, Caroline Wozniacki, and Sara Errani for the title, then moved on to Doha and played one of the best matches of her career in nearly beating Serena Williams. This was the Kvitova of 2011, the Wimbledon champion who had threatened to take over No. 1, and who was widely believed to be the future of the women’s game.

Still, the Kvitova of 2013 is ranked No. 8, not No. 1, and her results in March and April have been more traditionally mixed. She arrived in Stuttgart trying to forget her biggest disappointment of the year so far, the defeat of her beloved Fed Cup team, the two-time defending champions, at the hands of Italy in the semifinals. Kvitova has always thrived in the team competition; as with many unsteady talents, playing for others seems to focus her, to force her to cut down on the walkabouts. This time, though, she took a stinging straight-set loss to Roberta Vinci on the first day, and the Czechs never recovered.

What’s holding Kvitova back? Why has she turned out, so far, to be a perennial dark horse, rather than the game’s next thoroughbred? Comparing her to another 23-year-old, Victoria Azarenka, is instructive. At the end of 2011, Kvitova beat Vika in a high-quality three-setter to win the WTA Championships. Power won the day that time, and many of us assumed that Kvitova’s strength in that department would continue to win the day. That’s how it had been for the women since the late-90s, when Venus and Serena Williams upped the pace quotient. Women’s Grand Slam champions were inevitably the players who could hit the ball past their opponents from the baseline. I wrote at the time that Kvitova was that type, while Azarenka wasn’t, and that’s why she would struggle to win majors.

I was wrong. What happened instead was a little like what has happened on the men’s side in recent years—speed, even more than power, has become the paramount virtue. Azarenka, like Novak Djokovic, used a mix of offense and defense, hitting and running, to reach No. 1 and win two Australian Opens. A little farther down the ranking, three scramblers, Radwanska, Kerber and Errani, all passed Kvitova in 2012. At the moment, it’s the Williams sisters’ speed, rather than their power, that’s proving to be their most influential advance. (No woman has put the two together the way Serena has.)

Kvitova isn’t merely a ball-basher: The six-footer makes up for her lack of quickness with pretty good anticipation, and she has touch as well. She hit two forehand drop shots for winners against Georges today. It isn’t that she’s streaky, exactly; Kvitova is literally hit and miss, miss and hit. Alternating bombs and misfires from the baseline, she gives both opponents and fans little rhythm to work with. Her matches can feel like anti-narratives (she’s brutal on the Racquet Reaction writer). Stroke-wise, Kvitova has no middle ground; even from well behind the baseline, she’ll try to send a backhand screaming into her opponent’s corner of the court. She goes for winners from everywhere, because she can hit winners from everywhere; unfortunately, she can also make errors from everywhere. You might advise her to dial it back and hit more safe rally shots, except that she’s inconsistent with those as well.

There’s something else, aside from steady strokes, that marks Kvitova as different from the women’s Top 3. Serena, Maria, and Vika all wear masks of competitive defiance—game faces—when they walk on court. They can be intimidating. Kvitova doesn’t. She can look calm, anxious, frustrated, fired up or downright sad, and when she wins a point that she really wants, she lets out a bloodcurdling shriek in Czech. But personally intimidating she isn’t.

Maybe that’s another reason to root for her. Kvitova’s game can be glorious; she has something of the easy power of her countryman, Tomas Berdych. It can also be a train wreck. But if you can get by her maddening style, this shyly friendly small-town native makes for a likable star—or anti-star.

My favorite part of Kvitova’s win today was a conference she had with her coach, David Kotyza. This wasn’t a lecture or a harangue. Instead of standing above her, Kotyza sat on the bench next to Kvitova. While he did most of the talking, she responded, and her facial expressions let you know that she was listening and processing. When it was over and time was called, the two slapped hands; she looked better for the pep talk. And she was: Unlike many women who get a visit from their coach, Kvitova's game improved, and kept improving.

You never know what’s coming next from her.
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Old Apr 30th, 2013, 03:20 PM   #2261
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Great Article from Soumojit Basu
http://www.tennisearth.com/news/tenn...lay-169407.htm

Some of the quotes should be sculpted on a rock:

In order to win finals, something she is adept at doing, Petra has to first get there and ‘choking’ in the rounds prior to that is simply not excusable for a player of her talent.

Another common sight on the tennis court is Kvitova getting easily frustrated by her game, her surroundings and her opponent’s defensive tactics. It’s fair to say that Kvitova is not the hardest worker on court, preferring to finish points early. A lot of her opponents have figured out that going to toe to toe with Petra is foolhardy and more often than not they will get pummelled to submission, hence the best strategy could be to lengthen rallies and wait for Kvitova’s patience to run out.

She takes a ‘faster court’ mentality on clay courts and expects to get away with it. Against players who either scrap well, are good at absorbing power – namely Marion Bartoli, Angelique Kerber, Li Na, Roberta Vinci, Vera Zvonareva, Maria Kirilenko – the Czech is not ahead in any of those head to heads. If this were against a few players, it could be an anomaly but Kvitova is caught out by ‘counter punchers’ more often than not.

If Kvitova is to play better on clay, and in general her career, she will have to improve her physical fitness and realize that in order to win the tight matches she has to hang in and drag the set for as long as she can, calculating that ‘nerves’ and ‘fitness’ are issues that will obviously be gnawing away at her opponent as well. The change is definitely apparent in 2013, her losses in three sets have not thrown up uncompetitive finals sets as she has generally forced her opponent to come up with answers in the critical stages instead of getting frustrated and gifting her adversary the win.
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Great Article from Soumojit Basu
http://www.tennisearth.com/news/tenn...lay-169407.htm

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In order to win finals, something she is adept at doing, Petra has to first get there and ‘choking’ in the rounds prior to that is simply not excusable for a player of her talent.

Another common sight on the tennis court is Kvitova getting easily frustrated by her game, her surroundings and her opponent’s defensive tactics. It’s fair to say that Kvitova is not the hardest worker on court, preferring to finish points early. A lot of her opponents have figured out that going to toe to toe with Petra is foolhardy and more often than not they will get pummelled to submission, hence the best strategy could be to lengthen rallies and wait for Kvitova’s patience to run out.

She takes a ‘faster court’ mentality on clay courts and expects to get away with it. Against players who either scrap well, are good at absorbing power – namely Marion Bartoli, Angelique Kerber, Li Na, Roberta Vinci, Vera Zvonareva, Maria Kirilenko – the Czech is not ahead in any of those head to heads. If this were against a few players, it could be an anomaly but Kvitova is caught out by ‘counter punchers’ more often than not.

If Kvitova is to play better on clay, and in general her career, she will have to improve her physical fitness and realize that in order to win the tight matches she has to hang in and drag the set for as long as she can, calculating that ‘nerves’ and ‘fitness’ are issues that will obviously be gnawing away at her opponent as well. The change is definitely apparent in 2013, her losses in three sets have not thrown up uncompetitive finals sets as she has generally forced her opponent to come up with answers in the critical stages instead of getting frustrated and gifting her adversary the win.
Very interesting article.
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Yeah,it WAS fairly provocative,at least---Still no word on Petra's arrival/practice plan for Madrid??
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Most double faults in 2013 by a current WTA top 10 player..... Petra Kvitova 162, next would be Maria Sharapova with125, then Li Na with 93

2013 'Ace' leaders (Current WTA top 10) 1 Serena Williams 174, 2 Sharapova 125, 3 Kvitova 111, 4 Kerber 73, 5 Radwanska 70, 6 Li Na 60

Highest % Break Points saved in 2013 by current top 10 players 1 Serena Williams 68.3%, 2 Azarenka 65.8%, 3 Sharapova 63.8%, 4 Kvitova 61.1%
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It's funny because I was telling my self, that she wouldn't be as patient as him now (one thing I mentioned that was problem in her last match along with lack of concentration) and when he suddenly lost his lead and wasn't able to fight back at the end. I had to tell my self that Petra wouldn't make it even that far, so not that funny for me when I'm thinking about it.
Petra tasted joy of shopping while event is still ongoing when it happens tennis is secondary objective Petra proven more times that she can go all in and Tomas don't


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NID that Shifty storms to this thread IF and RIGHT AFTER Tomas loses.

BTW, we were talking about Tomas's controlled aggression, i.e. about the technical aspects of his game.

No-one was saying he's a mental giant.
I don't see controlled aggression from him or any benefit to it, today i've seen uninspired play and player who wasn't able to use full advantage of his big serve or take his bp opportunities. Maybe you will try harder next time until then Tomas still has more to learn from Petra then other way around
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