Re: Am I the only one who thinks that Osaka never wins another slam?
She'll probably win a few more, but not more than a total of 6. Those 22+ Slams predictions are insane, she's like cow on ice on clay and grass, what those users are thinking, that she'll win all the hard court Slams from now on untill she's in her 30's? Many started to ridicule the influence Sascha had in her game, but i don't think it's a coincidence that so many players upped their games (and serves) under his guidence. I mean, how Wozniaki played and served in Singapore and in Melbourne to a lesser extent after that, was insane for her (pushing) standards, also Vika and now how he managed to pull back together a player that was really falling apart like Mladenovic, even if she failed at this year's French Open. Maybe she'll find another good coach that will help her reach her potential, but there's the tour depth also and she doesn't respond well to pressure, i mean, look what she did in Indian Wells, and please, spare me with the "she cares only for slams" nonsense. IW is a big tournament, her first ever title. We'll see how she deals with the hard court season. Oh, Muguruza's hype on TF after her 2 Slams comes to mind. Where is she now? Winning 10 Slams is huge in today's tennis, 20+ is only a wet dream.