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I don’t get i,what the racist Wimbledon doing serena got her an easy way to the 1nd round a nobody like Rus ? While my Maria battling the deadly grass specialist Diatchenko.
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<font color=brown>@ <b>sekasi</b>:</font>
Yes. Only because I hated how people ridiculed her for taking a picture by a condom machine... She was saving lives, you know.
And when I looked closer, I liked her serve. It's very underrated. It what keeps her around the top-100. But she has no game to beat top players. She has no defense and her movement got to be one of the worst.
I still like her despite all that. Not everyone of my girl is a slam winning material. Some girls I like for various reasons.
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Hard for me to think of Stephens as "just a one-dimensional baseliner with a forehand and place nice "D". Her game is not dominating." Not when she won a slam and made the finals of another in the last 10 months. She may be inconsistent, but she is more than a one-dimensional baseliner when she wants to be.
Tennis.com Experts Pick
Winner: Petra Kvitova, selected by:
Joel Drucker (dark horse: Sharapova)
Nina Pantic (dark horse: Sabalenka)
Steve Flink (dark horse: Sharapova)
Ashley Ndebele (dark horse: Azarenka)
Winner: Madison Keys, selected by:
Ed Morgan (dark horse: Alison Riske)
Winner:Sloane Stephens, selected by:
ZACH COHEN (dark horse: Kontaveit)
Winner: Serena Williams, selected by:
STEVE TIGNOR (dark horse: Konta)
* DARK HORSE: #20 OR LOWER, With the exception of No. 25 seed Serena Williams
http://www.tennis.com/pro-game/2018/06/ ... men/74876/
Hey Steve, you asked the right question. Love it.
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<font color=brown>@ <b>Ace2Ace</b>:</font>
Third seed Petra Kvitova withdrew from Eastbourne before her third-round match against Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska because of a hamstring injury.
The Czech had her right thigh strapped during her second-round win over Kateryna Bondarenko on Tuesday.
Kvitova, ranked eighth in the world, said she felt the injury during her title win in Birmingham.
"With Wimbledon around the corner I couldn't take the risk of making it worse by playing," Kvitova, 28, said.
"Although I played with tape in my match yesterday, when I woke up this morning it felt worse."
Kvitova has won Wimbledon - which begins on 2 July - twice and has claimed a tour-leading five WTA titles this year.