In my opinion she's the most talented player out of all our girls born in 1992. She's now in semis of a very strong 10k in Turkey and during past 2 weeks she's beaten some very good players including former WTA #83 Beygelzimer
Yeah, I also though she's our most talented one but she was crashed by Paula in Indoor Nationals which convinced me who's the boss + my friend saw them both in Zawada and was more impressed with Paula [I saw only Paula]. Still I think Magda has a game and can make it to wta top100. She's now making a transition to the pro tour - I hope she makes it well. She told this year from juniors she will play grandslams if she has a good ranking for that. Now she's playing 10k quallies in Torrent (Spain). As a top seed she had bye, now she's playing a Russian - Irina Tregub (unranked), good luck - win it all
Magda played well imo, she was dictating the play, Paula made too mistakes in this match, while Magda hardly made any. It'll be interesting to see now how she plays against a tougher opponent, Anna Chakvetadze.
Aga Radwanska & Ula Radwanska
D. Cibulkova/ S. Lisicki/ E. Dementieva/ M. Sharapova/ Y. Shvedova/ L. Safarova/ T. Pironkova/ A. Kerber
all Polish players
Magda was on fire yesterday I've never seen her playing like that. Hardly no UE - mainly forced errors like Wozniacki . She has her chances against Chacky tomorrow. However, I don't think she will win to Bojana tomorrow unless the Serb will tank her match in order to leave to Paris.
Hmm... What I can say - surface was very slow because of the weather which was better for Magda as she has consistent strokes and can play longer rallies, commits much less errors than Paula. Paula needs a faster courts so then she can play her true game - this is what I see after seeing her in Opole indoors and her on really slushy, wet clay.
Magda was good. No fireworks and great winners like Paula can do but a very solid baseline game. She resembles me of Caro Wozniacki's game. Seriously not my favourite game style but it works for her.