I always enjoyed watching her play. A nuanced, varied game of different speeds, spins, heights. Some great passing shots, and she could do a little damage off of her forehand if she chose to. A stellar career on paper - 33 titles on all surfaces, including 9 Tier 1. Wimbledon champion, of course, but also a finalist at the AO and French Open. Additionally, 9 more Slam SFs (including 2 more at Wimbledon) and 11 more Slam QFs. 22 Runner-ups, 11 doubles titles, Fed Cup titles. And, she did all of this in a very tough era. She was a "top" player of her generation if you just go by the rankings. But, clearly most people understand that she was a level below the very top players. So, she's never really talked about, and that's understandable. Some people begrudingly achnowledge her Wimbledon title, since the draw did really open up for her. But, she probably should have a French Open under her belt, so it sort of evens out. And, for all of her accomplishments, her record against Graf (1-13) and Seles (1-20) was awful, though she had some really good matches in all those losses. Nonetheless people rightfully don't take her as seriously as if she had a better record against those players (even something like 4-10 vs. Graf, for example). She was also 0-3 vs. Venus, 0-5 vs. Serena, and 0-7 vs. Henin. Not as problematic as most of those matches came after she was at her prime, but it sort of suggests that her game would not survive the generational shift. Regardless, I still like her and thought she was a great player.