> On Mon, 8 Apr 2013 15:32:22 -0700 (PDT), Court_1
> >> comparing sharapova to mcenroe? wow. now i've seen it all. i agree
> >> that sometimes a brute force slug can beat a more fluid and talented
> >> player, but sharapova certainly doesn't ooze talent. she's tall, hits
> >> hard from the baseline, and when on, can win. that's about it. poor
> >> serve, poor movement, no net game.
> >That is not really the case. When Sharapova is on, which is most of
> >the time, she can beat ANY of the other WTA players but the point is,
> >she can't beat Serena in a big stage match. She has proven that over
> >and over again for the past NINE years! Compared to most of the other
> >WTA players, Sharapova is very talented, but compared to Serena, not
> >so much.
> >P.S. Sharapova's serve is not poor and her movement has improved a lot
> >over the past two years, you are obviously not watching her much.
> no, i have watched her plenty last 2 yrs.
> her serve, for a girl 6'2" is an embarrassment, and her movement got
> pretty good last year for a short time, but mostly just appeared so
> cause we're used to seeing her previously terrible movement.
Her biggest problem is not her serve (although her serve can be
erratic) or her movement. There are many players who have worse
movement than Sharapova. Her biggest problem is she has one plan and
that is to powerfully hit winners off of both sides 24/7. If that plan
is not working and she plays a player who can absorb her power and mix
it up against Sharapova, Sharapova has no other options and she begins
to make errors. Serena does everything better than Sharapova, it is a