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The key to beating Kim is making her play offense. Under any sort of pressure or challenge, Kim goes on defense. There she waits for a mistake, either a UE or an easy ball to kill. You can beat this by hitting consistent hard deep shots, and NOT giving Kim that mistake. This sort of steady constant pressure forces Kim to stat trying to hit winners. Not her strong suit.

Because Kim can hit with enough pace to challenge Lindsay's footspeed, Lindsay has trouble keeping consistent deep groundstrokes vs Kim. Kim then exploits mistakes.

Lindsay will have to open it up and go for BIG winners. Not her style.

I think Kim in two.
 
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