It's like cool epilepsy.
Meh. She's still young, and has plenty of years to improve. On top of that, this loss occurred on clay, her worst surface. Plenty of tennis to be played in her young career - it's far too early to count her out.At the end of the last season the question was not if Sabalenka was going to win a slam, but how many and how soon.
Nowadays who is still believing that?
By the way, here in Rome she was not followed by Tursunov: any news?
I didn't see the match but if she's injured she can't make the required efforts to adapt, she'll try to win with the big shots. A losing game on clay.What I don't understand is: Why doesn't she adapt to the match? I mean sometimes you just can't hit with 100% power.
But hey, Coco got a show on Tennis Channel.Sabalenka is turning into another Vandweweghe. Overhyped for a top 10 debut and a few small successes but never materialising into slams and faltering once they got consumed by their bratty nature.
Where is the “Fall Cometh: Aryna Sabalenka” thread when you need it?
In the previous 4 years, starting 2015, Sabalenka played 43 matches on clay, 20W 23L.Sabalenka rarely plays on the dirt. She is 3W and 5L for the past 4 years, so she only plays about 2 matches on clay each year.
Sab plays almost all of her matches on hard courts.
She probably played Rome just to pick up the top 10 appearance money. In-n-out and go shopping.