Biomechanics Specialist Helps Tennis Star Achieve Express Success

Once mentioned this new accomplishment by the figures – proof if necessary of its very good regularity – what do we retain of its express success? First, that the future boss of the WTA only spent 5 hours flat (or one hour per match, the calculation is easy) on the courts of Flushing Meadows, releasing only 21 games to her various victims. Excellent passing times which find a partial explanation in the mastery of his putting into play. “Integrating a biomechanics specialist in my team was not a difficult decision but it is a real change because before, I was not very open to this kind of concepts, she explained at a press conference. I am happy and proud of myself for having managed to open myself to these new things, which have helped me to master my serve and to make me stronger on the court..”

Against the faller of Ons Jabeur, she won 88% of points behind her first ball (23/26), served only three double faults and was not confronted with the slightest break point. Difficult then for the Chinese player – placed very far from her baseline – to go the distance, especially since she found herself attacked and suffocated on her own commitment. Aryna Sabalenka won 25 of the game’s first 36 points. In a slightly more balanced second set, Wim Fissette’s protege managed to save a match point on her serve before being powerless again in the next game.

2023-09-07 06:30:58
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