she had a good draw in RosmalenThe way Anna played last week, she's probably not ready to go far anyway.
But if she can get some matches on hardcourt and get a good draw in NY, maybe she can have a good major this year.
Very bad draw, but she didnt seem ready last week, so I think its not a big deal.
Her health is the big deal
Exactly! No pressure for her at this Wimbledon. Just try to play good tennis. You have nothing to lose [well maybe some points from 2010,but who cares]. Hardcourts are coming. Health is the most important.Guys and gals, let us be honest with ourselves. She is returning from a 2-month layoff due to her illness; when she was away receiving medical treatment, she wouldn't have been practicing. In other words, it is going to take her some time before she can regain her rhythm on the court. We have just got to be patient. She has bounced back from all sorts of challenges before -- both on and off the court. We know that she can do it again.
She has just got to take things one step at a time. The first test is to prove that she really is healthy again. We probably won't know that for sure until she can fight her way through a couple of tough, long matches without showing any symptoms. Once she can practice and play matches again without any interruptions, she will do just fine. Go A-Chak!
true i just hope she just gain enough ranking points to be seeded for U.S. Open Anna haven't been seeded in awhile time to change thatExactly! No pressure for her at this Wimbledon. Just try to play good tennis. You have nothing to lose [well maybe some points from 2010,but who cares]. Hardcourts are coming. Health is the most important.