For me, her match is at 2am, so I must weigh precious sleep vs tennis. If something wakes me up, I'll get up, but otherwise I hope to wake up to good news from Jule--please!--and probably the start of Angie's match. The scheduling is kind of weird.
It's so hard to say with her, particularly when watching her match means making a sacrifice like wasting sleep. Always the risk of just being disappointed for 90 minutes. I'm not really optimistic at all, Lepchenko had a perfect schedule for herself, while Julia spent the last 3 days doing nothing.
Too many matches in too few days or too few matches over too many days. It's like Goldilocks and the three bears: when are things just right for Julia? Never know what to expect anymore. The last time I slept in, she won, so I'm hoping there's a pattern in the making.
A player needs to be able to make the best of whatever situation, more days off, less days off.
With more days off she had flexibility in her preparation. If she was tired she could rest and be completely rested and injury free. On the other hand if she felt she needed more fitness she also had the chance to do some extra conditioning, taking only the 3rd day off to recover completely.
So she should be able to get to the match in good physical shape. On the other hand if you are playing right up to the next match you will have good rhythm but physically you might suffer a little, there is always a give and take and you have to make the most of what is given to you.