Likely too many emotions stops her from improving her mentality. She doesnt strike fear in her opponents. On the mens tour, a lot of guys lose to the big 4 even before coming out on court. Against Ostopenko everyone thinks he can win
An NBA example:
Paskal Siakam started playerd basketball at 16 and he is now a top 20/30 basketball player.
Embiid started playing basketball around 14-15 and he is top 15 player.
The beauty of life is that there is nothing certain. Just because in 90% of the cases how good you are at 17 it is...
This is Life .. Rich and Famous people have more connections, it's simple as that.
You don't pinpoint it to the ATP or the top players, its beyond them. The easiest thing in the world is to find something to complain about. It's a difficult situation, we are not robots to react perfectly in...
ATP is an organization that involves millions of people one way or another. It's not an easy task to make a decision like that. An easy one is to be at home, nothing depending on you and throwing words like "farce" while complaining about things you don't know the slightest.
He didn't meet the expectations he putted on himself and now is in constant selfdestructing loop. No other reason for a top 20 player in 2015 not to be in top 100 while still in his 20's. The same happened with Gulbis, Dimitrov and likely Kyrgios will follow.
Marketing is not the problem, expectations are.
Nobody dies watching Pistons - Hornets game in the NBA or Levante - Osasuna game in La Liga. You can't expect that first round matches to be blockbusters, its the nature of things.
I beg to differ that people outside the Big 3 are not marketable...