WTA Rounding Into Form For 2015

The old guard is almost gone from the WTA.  New teen sensations are ready to usurp Serena and even some slam specialists.  While Kvitova will feel it just at Wimbledon, the eyes of the world will be on Serena one last time in 2015.  We predict that Serena will be shut out of the Grand Slam singles titles for 2015.  Another top ten mainstay will fall.  So read on with Apextennisbetting.com to obtain a feel for the landscape for the WTA in 2015

Physical Breakdowns Plagues Serena’s Closest Rivals

Serena kept on doing what she does best in no small part to two of her most significant rivals coming up lame.  Radwanska was a mixed bag after seeing her get back to the court.  In slams, when she lost it was by a wide margin.  Cibulkova made her look anemic and then Makarova blasted her off the court in two love sets.  When she is not over 90 percent in health, her backboard returning ability diminishes greatly.  However she is still at #6 and looks like a world killer in comparison to what happened to Azarenka.  She missed a lot of the year with a lame foot and came back out of shape.  She has that chubby look that Martina had before going on a physical fitness program.  Ironic that she is a power player and yet fitness still remains her limitation.  Unless she addresses this, her time has come and gone.

WTA Maria Sharapova 2015

Willingness to Change

This is a question of whether you have a slam or not.  Caroline Wozniacki does not have one and is will to even do marathon training to help her chances.  It did as she buried key foes in the heat at the US Open this year.  She did not get it yet but we like her chances in 2015 in comparison to Maria.  Talent, looks, and an early slam title have caused her not to address muscle tone nor her serve.  The flutter ball and her double faults puts so much pressure on her own return game to produce results.  Look for Maria to drop out of the top ten in 2015.

In the next edition of Apextennisbetting.com, we will finish up the ladies with a focus on the new slam winners.  Also coverage on the ATP will start with a look at a refreshed Roger.  Keep dreaming off Australia as tennis profit is just around the corner for us in 2015.