Tennis - Former Dutch player Kristie Boogert says that countrywoman Kiki Bertens is a much more complete player right now. Boogert said, "She is that more complete player especially for the outside world. Her action on grass, what she is doing on this surface now, that does not escape the competition.
She already had quite a few credits with her performance, but this means that a draw against her in advance will be experienced as even more difficult. She moves more easily over the track. She recovers better, is less likely to suffer from pain.
It makes a difference when you know before a match that you will not lose it in that area. " Booger also adds that Bertens has become a much more calmer person on the court. "Every top player, from whatever sport, of whatever level, is uncertain.
But it is important that you do not show this. That you ensure that the uncertainty is not seen by the competitor. That requires peace and experience to be able to do that. I see that there is now a lot more people and a much larger personality on the job.
But top sport is tough. Things are going well now, but that does not mean that it will succeed later in the US Open. And it's not that easy to just get a quarter-final or semi-final. People sometimes underestimate that. " Bertens reached the quarter-finals of WTA Canadian Open in Montreal this week, going down to Australian Ashleigh Barty and is currently ranked No.