Same problem quite a few WTA players have, i.e. they don't spend enough time conditioning themselves outside of thee tennis court.
I recall Lindsey Davenport being in this type of shape. Her strategy was to hit the ball as hard as she could and finish the point quickly. By the way; she was very young too maybe 19-20 years old and ranked guessing 30-40th in the world.
If you look at the NFL players; both on defense linebackers and offense lineman; they look just like this picture of her. Just go to training camp in the Summer. It kind of shocking but these NFL players only play between 10 to 20 second a down!Hard to say. You can see the fat in that photo, but as a pro, I will say she also has great strength.
OP says her tosses were off. Don't know how fat plays a role there. Was her mobility an issue? Did she appear tired? If so, what she lacks is not strength but fitness conditioning.
Power lifters have great strength, but also have a good deal of fat.
Can't say from the picture. Fat with strong armpit odor?
You mean up until a week before the USO when he stopped coaching her?a tournament.
i think her serves are great but her tosses are terrible and she tries to bend her back too much on serves when she falls behind. any ways, i think her coach is not helping. Gambil must be feeling her every night.
Who are her father and grandfather? I only know of her Uncle, Kiki, and her mother, who was also an athlete.Like father like daughter...........both her dad and grandfather had tempers and at time would let their emotions get to them.
Her dad had some serious attitude as well.......
CoCo's grandfather was Ernie Vandeweghe. He played for the NY Knicks for six years in the early 1950s. He was a good player but not a superstar. I think he averaged about 10 points per game. He married the 1952 Miss America.You mean up until a week before the USO when he stopped coaching her?
Who are her father and grandfather? I only know of her Uncle, Kiki, and her mother, who was also an athlete.