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Old 04-18-2007, 01:56 PM   #38
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Originally Posted by CEvertFan View Post
You make a good point, but other than Bueno, Goolagong and King I don't really believe that any of those other players could seriously challenge Court whether they were in the top 10 at the time or not, and since King and Bueno didn't play the AO every year in the 60's and Goolagong came along in the very late 60's and early 70's I still stand by my statement that it was a cakewalk for Court to win the AO in the 60's because she clearly outclassed the field most years.
Yeah pretty much. It would be like if Navratilova racked up a bunch of Australian Opens with Evert, Mandilikova, Austin earlier on, Graf later on, all not playing most of the time. Yet all the other top players like Shriver, Hanika, Jaeger, Jordan, Durie playing each year. It is pretty much the same kind of thing.
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