41 titlesWith 4 GS and no Roland Garros or Wimbledon?
Well, I'm having a hard time considerering her as such since she's less accomplished than all her generational rivals Serena Justine and Venus. Even Sharapova (younger generation) has a better career. Not to mention Hingis.41 titles
positive H2H against everyone except Serena, Kerber (only played once) and Steffi (when Kim was 16)
ranked nr 1 in singles and doubles
most liked player on the tour: she was kind of adopted by the US and Australia as one of their own
sounds like an all time great to me
There are several streaming options that you would able to use from anywhere in the world, so why would "being away" stop you?Wow that has taken me by surprise but perhaps she’s ready! Annoyingly I’ll
Be away so I won’t be able to watch, if she makes it competitive I’ll be happy
The problem with Hingis was, she was only a good technical player but her shots matched up weakly compared to the current tennis game, she had way too much margin over the net, shots had way too much spin, and she was just slow. Kim on the other hand is a powerhitter which is going to match up much better with the tour.I'm anticipating Kim's comeback will be similar to Lindsay Davenport's after the birth of her 1st child. A couple of minor titles but a lot of injuries. Kim is pure talent and even blind folded, she can cause some upsets but I don't see grand slams. Hingis left the game for 4 years, albeit 10 years younger upon her return but with a lot less power, and she still competed. So why not kim? And if she enjoys it, what harm is she doing? And if it doesnt work out, she'll always be remembered as a 4 time slam champ and one of the nice people. Allez Kim!
For a string of very good victories Kuznetsova was also able to play very high level tennis. The problem is that around 35 it is simply impossible to keep that level for a longer period. Nevertheless, I'm EAGER to see if Clijsters is still able to show something from her former peak level, measured by the AM/game statistics.I’ve seen many practices that players seem in good form, but in real match it is really up to your opponent if they’re feeding you the same.
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