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I am not happy with this. He has to take care of his player.
If she's okay, it shouldn't be a problem. She, and her trainer, knows best when to stop and take a break.
If she'll stop knowing that she still has the momentum, later she would regret this.
True, if she's out of 'gas' and still think that it's better to play one more match, she also might regret this later, if she'll injure herself while playing this 'one more match'.
Anyway, it's the trickiest decision to take: 'when to stop and take a break'!
 

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I am not happy with this. He has to take care of his player.
Bad couch and bad decision, there is no reason to justify such huge risk.

Rybakina needs break not only because of huge physical fatigue but also to process all new information she got. Past few weeks she was exposed to elite players and she now needs to absorb and process all that information - not on the courts and pressure to win.
 

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Halep is probably the best defender and mover! Very fast and smart. Impressive!
(now that Caroline Wozniacki retired)

 
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