Good post. During the Wimbledon women's centenary tournament (1984) I had the opportunity to watch film of all the great women players from the First World War onwards. Navratilova was then at her absolute best, and I remember thinking that she could easily beat all of her predecessors - except for Lenglen. Virtually everyone who saw both Lenglen and Wills Moody at their best regarded Lenglen as the superior player. She may not have won as many majors, but that is a result of the fact that she had fewer opportunities in the conditions of the early 20's than were subsequently available to Wills Moody.