"Many players probably didn't look deep into it and kind of let it go, and all of a sudden you're there with the change so it's a little bit hard. We're all in the same position so we have to talk more between us.
"I do believe it's going to be a lot of tournaments we have to commit to and it's maybe going to be a little bit harder in that sense. We don't have much opportunity to choose, and at the end of the day it might be that we play more matches than we did in previous years.
"I think it's good that tournaments will have guaranteed players and week after week have top players competing against each other. I think that's good for women's tennis. But on us individually it's tough to say what impact it's going to have."
Radwanska is particularly unhappy that she will not be allowed to play the smaller tournaments, previously known as Tier 3 and 4 events and now re-named as the International series.
"After the new rules with the WTA I don't want to be top 10 because the rules are so bad and everything is for the WTA," she protested. "I cannot play the small tournaments and it's quite bad. I hate these rules. I can play just two small tournaments a year.
So it looks like Baby E is being diplomatic and simply saying she's not sold on it. As for Agi the Artist, don't worry honey, if you keep playing the way you've been playing you have nothing to worry about.