I think she should try and play as much as she can without getting injuredKaia's grass season looks to be just 2 tournaments
The Dutch Open (Den Bosch/Rosmalen/Top Shelf Open/??? it has too many names:sobbing
After that it's interesting.. will she return to clay, or take some time off and prepare for the US swing. There are Palermo and Bastad back-to-back after Wimbledon. She hasn't even had a chance to play in Palermo after she won there 2 years ago.. so maybe this year..
I know but I still think that it would have been beneficialIn Birmingham she would have been seeded. Besides isn't Birmingham known for lousy weather also?:lol: She might be have the bad-weather-quota filled for a while now. She was a top seed there a few years ago, but lost to Arina Rodionova, their match was moved from center court to somewhere else to like court 2 or so. In one of her interviews she reminds this as one of her worse losses.
There was this article 3 years ago http://www.ekspress.ee/news/paevauudised/sport/kanepi-olen-voimeline-kumne-hulka-tousma-kull.d?id=31575981 I don't think it's changed drastically, so.
Kaia is fit and trainingOh she has pulled out of Cincinnati as well, didn't notice it before. There surely is an injury involved, otherwise it makes no sense. :crying2:
So her team has chosen the tactics of keeping silent. But good to hear that she'll (try to) play USO at least.