Regularly Beating Up James Ellsworth
Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: The Brandwagon
re: Tennis Discussion Thread
She lost to Kerber, but that may have been a tank. Needless to say, she's a beast (like you said Samoon). Sometimes it's like she is completely dismissive of her opponents ability.
Ever since the victory over Shvedova at Wimbledon, she's played awesome. She faced an early exit at RG, and struggled in the first few rounds at Wimbledon and could have possibly been beaten there. Zheng (i think it was Zheng or Zhang)and Slava pushed her and could have beaten her. But after that victory over Shvedova, she became a beast (with he exception of the 2nd sets against Radwanska and Azarenka). The Olympics run was one of the most dominant runs i have seen.
I'm looking forward to the World tour finals. Should be good. It's indoor, so players like Del Potro, Tsonga (he should qualify now), and Berdych will have more success than they would outdoors. So the field will be a lot closer. Federer is great indoors, and defensive players hopefully won't be benefited by slow courts. I don't think i can definately pick a winner here.
STAN DA MAN!!!