She has to improve her serve, not that it's bad. And she has to play agressive against the top players.
jenglisbe said:bcoene - Oh, about Kim's serve; as BJK told Capriati about her serve, "It's good enough." Kim gets a high percentage of serves in, and she can consistently hit it over 100 mph when she wants to. Her 2nd serve also has a good kick and is effective on most surfaces. Kim's serve is good enough to win a major as it isn't easily attacked, and she can back it up well with her speed and groundstrokes.
That's exactly what she should do! :yeah: She has a tendency to let up in the final rounds of a Grand Slam.Seles said:She needs to remain aggressive the whole match. If she feels she's getting tight, she should mix it up and come to the net a few times. Kim has very nice volleys (as evidenced by her doubles ranking) and should use that more. Plus when an opponent comes to net the other player gets a bit freaked out. Imagine a serve & volley from Kim against a big babe... they'd be surprised to see it!