Have to post this as a reply to a post on Borg. krosero: "... Trabert once said that when Borg is down he starts going for more (a lot like Laver), starts taking chances. Borg always had consistency, and always will. What makes him dangerous is when he's either confident enough to add some risks, or he's got no other choice because he's down break point or match point... With his back to the wall, he was suddenly covering the court better... It seemed a little bit like magic to me, back in '93, how the winners suddenly started coming from someone's racquet. Now I think I can see specific causes, first and foremost how he got his racquet into perfect position, with speed, footwork, and reflexes... " Tell me this isn't the same quality. Evert's competitive fire and incredible shotmaking is rekindled this last time. Part 2 is particularly glorious stuff. We know she he reached the semifinals or better in 51 of 55 slams entered . This video shows how. part 1 :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdEckKq6vEE Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uFQQXKnVto part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPYmFfrHhF0 Hell, so I am partisan, shoot me!