Welcome to the big time, Caro! Nice article on Ski Boots' great season by Bonnie Ford at ESPN.com.
Sven Groeneveld, who works with Wozniacki occasionally as part of his corporate coaching gig with adidas, said her father has done an outstanding job, and predicted that the teenager will give Jankovic "a run for her money.'' "She was up a set and a break at Wimbledon,'' said Groeneveld, who helped Wozniacki prepare for that match. "She took her game to her, and she wasn't afraid of her. Unfortunately, she didn't take advantage of the opportunities she created. "She's so determined. She's a girl who works on her weaknesses and she's very mature for her age. I saw her the other day with a camera crew following her around, no parents, no agent, very independent, just doing her own thing. She's not afraid of being on this stage, and that's a gift. If you don't have it, it takes a while to learn.''
Nice to see Sven working with Caro, even if just occasionally. The Adidas Player Development Program just gets better and better every day.
And, since they didn't show a lick of the match on USA, here's a clip of the end of the Vika/Caro third round match. That Adidas petal dress makes Caro look remarkably like Wilma Flintstone, no?