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In it to win it

By Mike Hall, February 1, 2021

Chanda Rubin was commentating tonight on the Naomi Osaka match vs. Alize Cornet of France.

Osaka was hitting on all cylinders and streaked to a 5-2 lead in the first set.

Rubin said that she was really ‘plugged in’ from the start and it was quite a sight to behold.

I wonder what being plugged in is like for a club player or junior who can’t serve 120 mph or hit blistering ground strokes to the corners?

Maybe it’s a commitment to a one more ball mentality and competing for every point like it’s a set or match point.

How do you know when you’re plugged in during a match?

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