Almost all I can think of involve a player completing a career slam. For example: Edberg winning the 1989 French Final McEnroe winning the 1984 French Final Lendl winning one of his 2 Wimbledon finals Hingis winning the 1997 French Final - results in a Grand Slam. Doesn't move her up much in terms of overall Slams, but obviously would be huge. Evert winning one of those early to mid 80s Wimbledon or US Open finals vs. Navratilova. Would change the singles slam totals from 18-18, to 19-17 in favor of Evert. Of course, the same would be true in reverse for any final that Martina lost to Chris. On a lesser note, Sabatini or Conchita Martinez winning one of their other Slam finals - would take them out of the one-slam wonder category. Sabatini, though, had the morre realistic chance with the close losses to Graf at the USO and Wimbledon. Martinez was beaten rather handily in her other 2 Slam finals. Obviously any player who lost in a Slam final that never won a final- but there's too many of those to list.