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For someone as inexperienced as Maky on grass, Zhang was i think the most ideal opponent to get to the round 1.

That being said, Personally I don't think grass surface will ever be the one Maky will excel on.
 

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Vondrousova is like a chilled Czech version of Nadal’s game, but very thin. She really needs to get physically stronger and hit harder.
Can see her getting taken apart on grass or hard courts by experienced players with weapons.
 

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Zheng is good enough to be a nuisance with her unorthodox style but can't stting together wind against top 50 players on any sort of consistent basis. She is not playing on a level commiserate with her ranking. As such, a return to the ITF tour is likely once Washington SF points fall off.
 

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Saisai had her chances in this match, but made too many unforced errors.
Her net play is good and she can be quite successful in doubles. For singles her serve is too weak and she isn't consistent enough.
 

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Zheng is good enough to be a nuisance with her unorthodox style but can't stting together wind against top 50 players on any sort of consistent basis. She is not playing on a level commiserate with her ranking. As such, a return to the ITF tour is likely once Washington SF points fall off.
She is overranked. Year in, year out, she inflates her ranking by playing ITFs in Asia, and then promptly gets crushed when she plays a decent opponent
 

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Poor SaiSai has just posted about on Instagram about having a massive rash, but can't take anything before passing a TUE application. She is in Eastbourne hospital now and has a 4 hour wait to see someone. Sounds grim.
 

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Poor SaiSai has just posted about on Instagram about having a massive rash, but can't take anything before passing a TUE application. She is in Eastbourne hospital now and has a 4 hour wait to see someone. Sounds grim.
Pretty sure TUEs can be retroactively approved in emergencies. If it's serious, she should take the prescribed medication.
 

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Poor SaiSai has just posted about on Instagram about having a massive rash, but can't take anything before passing a TUE application. She is in Eastbourne hospital now and has a 4 hour wait to see someone. Sounds grim.
Surely she could afford a private doctor :confused:
 
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