Crushed by the weight of expectation on the occasion of a first major semi-final at the US Open, Caroline Garcia had, last September, assured that the episode would serve her.
In Melbourne, the Lyonnaise, eliminated 7-6 (7/3), 6-4 by the Polish Magda Linette, was once again overtaken by the event, its external and intimate ricochets.
Long-awaited, placed among the candidates for the title, Caroline Garcia has, in Melbourne, never found the spirit of enterprise, the relaxation which allows to play with the lines.
Before hovering to celebrate his victory.
She was like a plane without wings, as CharlElie Couture used to sing.
Encumbered by a status carried like a burden.
He still lacks the experience of major events (only one major semi-final in 43 Grand Slam tournaments) and patience,
the vice of a fallback strategy which, on days when capricious inspiration slumbers, will allow him to win without shining.
Waiting for better games.
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