MELBOURNE (Ekstra Bladet): They say it's somewhat in the same way, Piotr and Caroline Wozniacki, with the collusion of diplomacy and collegial respect, as one always observes in relation to an upcoming opponent.
But it is now difficult not to decode the notes on the next opponent at the Australian Open, Swedish Johanna Larsson, who else, than that they have lurked a vulnerability that can be exploited.
She would rather play advance than the backhand, he says.
- She can be better like his advance than his backhand, she says.
This seems Caroline-the recipe is ready for the player with the WTA tour, perhaps the very best, the double backhand: That can be successfully drilled in the Miss Larssons fragile backhand until it breaks down.
Less can probably do it, for in actuality, Wozniacki clearly a better player than the 30-year-old swede, so Caroline might need only in the period to resort to the said matchspoiler-tactics.
She says that she just needs to play his own game against an opponent that does not contain surprises for either father or daughter.
The two clashing on the plant's second track, Margaret Court with space for 10,000 spectators. It is Wednesday's third match after the start at 11 o'clock, and that must be settled as well a woman as a herrekamp before.
Therefore pointed out all that well in Danish and Swedish tv viewers to get up early if they want to see Caroline and Johanna playing on the unofficial scandinavian championship, and access to, presumably to meet Maria Sharapova in the third round.
The confrontation can another swede Rebecka Peterson, however, forhinde in its fight against the Russian, which is later on Wednesdays.
Tennis - 14. jan. 2019 - at. 13:28 Caroline surprised by opponent: Held extremely high level