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Old Sep 28th, 2012, 08:22 AM   #46
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Eigentlich fand ich Kerber gar nicht schlecht. Leider viel zu viele Fehler aber dafür auch 28 Winner, auch wenn man sich dafür nix kaufen kann. Radwanska hat heut aber richtig gut gespielt und dabei auch noch so Fehlerfrei. Wenn Angie so aggressiv spielt und dabei sicherer wird würde das schon Spaß machen.
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Old Sep 28th, 2012, 08:26 AM   #47
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Disastrous? Bullshit. Radwanska just played great. Angie wasn't that bad.
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Old Sep 28th, 2012, 08:31 AM   #48
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Radwanska ist heute auf Sternenstaub geritten. Da kann man nichts machen. Nicht einmal Angie.
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Old Sep 28th, 2012, 08:33 AM   #49
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Ich fand Angie ja eigentlich ganz gut. Nur irgendwie fand ich das Ergebnis nie zu dem was man sehen konnte. Hat ja am Anfang auch gleich Breakchancen. Aber mit dem Sternenstaub hast du wohl recht.
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Old Sep 28th, 2012, 08:35 AM   #50
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Radwanska kommt mit den gerade geschlagenen Bällen von Angie gut klar. Mehr Topsspin wäre notwendig, zumal sie dann auch die Fehlerquote deutlich reduzieren würde. Radwanska hatte im VF mit den Topspins von Wozniacki wesentlich mehr Probleme und konnte kaum selbst initiativ werden.
Ausserdem kommt mir so vor, als wenn Angie in der ersten Jahreshälfte noch etwas beweglicher war, oder täuscht mich das ?! Vielleicht zehrt die lange Saison jetzt doch merklich an der Substanz.

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Old Sep 28th, 2012, 08:40 AM   #51
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Angie rennt halt nicht mehr jedem noch so aussichtslosen Ball hinterher. Ist nach den French Open weniger geworden mein ich. Find ich aber auch nicht schlecht, denn irgendwie muss sie ja Kraft sparen um am Ende der Woche noch genug Energie zu haben. Mich hätte aber mal ganz stark interessier wie die Taktik von heute gegen Errani funktioniert hätte.
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Old Sep 28th, 2012, 08:51 AM   #52
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

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Eigentlich fand ich Kerber gar nicht schlecht. Leider viel zu viele Fehler aber dafür auch 28 Winner, auch wenn man sich dafür nix kaufen kann. Radwanska hat heut aber richtig gut gespielt und dabei auch noch so Fehlerfrei. Wenn Angie so aggressiv spielt und dabei sicherer wird würde das schon Spaß machen.
Selbst wenn Radwanska einen Sahnetag hatte, darf man sich nicht 1 und 1 abschießen lassen. Sie heißt ja nicht Görges oder Lisicki.
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Old Sep 28th, 2012, 09:26 AM   #53
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Das stimmt natürlich. Aber um ehrlich zu sein weiß ich gar nicht wie es zu dem Ergebnis gekommen ist. Das Ergebnis passt nicht so ganz zum optischen Spielverlauf. Vielleicht wäre es besser gewesen ES2 hätte das Spiel nicht gezeigt. Das war für Angie bisher ja ganz gut.
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Selbst wenn Radwanska einen Sahnetag hatte, darf man sich nicht 1 und 1 abschießen lassen. Sie heißt ja nicht Görges oder Lisicki.
Darf man.
28 winners / 32 UE, damit kann man Matches gewinnen. Aber 20/4 von Radwanska sind einfach überirdisch.
Bei Lisicki oder Görges hätten wir in diesem Match 28 winners / 48917 UE.
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Old Sep 28th, 2012, 11:58 AM   #55
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Radwanska spielt in Asien immer gut. Aber ich muss ehrlich sagen, ich könnte auf diese großen Asien-Turniere getrost verzichten.
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Old Sep 28th, 2012, 01:37 PM   #56
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Did not see this coming. Kudos to Radwanska for a great match. Angie will play well in China
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Old Sep 28th, 2012, 01:47 PM   #57
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Angelique

Brilliant tennis from Aga. 20 Winners, only 4 UEs

Extremely impressive. Angelique did not play bad at all. Too many UEs, but also many great Winners. Fantastic points in this match, Aga is very talented. Her amazing defense put so much pressure on Angelique. And Aga served much better. 7 DFs Angelique, no DF Aga. Angelique has to improve her weak serve.
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Das Ergebnis sieht schlimmer aus als es war.

Stellenweise hat sie gezeigt, wie man gegen die Radwanska gewinnen kann und warum sie auch schon gegen sie gewonnen hat. Aber dann ist ihr Aufschlag wieder nicht gekommen oder sie hat einen einfachen Fehler begangen. Gerade die vielen Fehler ist man von Kerber ja gar nicht gewohnt.

Aufgrund der vielen Fehler war sie dann auch gefrustet und hat dann mit noch mehr Wut bzw. Risiko gespielt. Und ich finde das war dann ein entscheidender Unterschied. Sie hätte die Ballwechsel länger gestalten müssen und auf den richtigen Ball für die Attacke warten müssen. Ich meine gegen eine Radwanska hat man ja alle Zeit der Welt um auf den richtigen Ball zu warten. Wenn mal ein kurzer Ball dabei ist, dann hat Kerber einen härteren Schlag um den Punkt zu machen.

Schade, denn bei diesem Turnier waren auch durch Azarenkas Absage die Chancen auf einen Titel da.
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Old Sep 29th, 2012, 11:10 AM   #59
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Re: Angie in Asia (Tokyo/Beijing)

Angelique Kerber auf Twitter;
"Today was not a good day on court, but Agnieszka played good tennis and deserved to win ... Next time ..."
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Angie has qualified for Istanbul
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