Originally Posted by Masayoshi
Ana's not an elite player by any means, but you gotta admit she goes for her shots and will occasionally have a period of brilliance before she starts firing off unforced errors everywhere. She ain't a pusher, and if she gets her head together, she can probably start getting far in grand slams again. She's fun to watch because you never know which Ana will come out each point - it'll be awesome or an epic fail, and the match probably won't drag on for too long.
The extreme opposite of the pusher - the no-variety-ballbasher - is just as boring as the pusher. And these days, all the WTA consists of are pushers or ballbashers.