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Old 04-09-2010, 03:37 PM   #1023
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Originally Posted by soyizgood View Post
If Serena and Safina don't get it together soon, Wozniacki could possibly make a run for #1 though quite a few things would have to happen especially with her playing 6 clay events leading up to the French. Kuznetsova is only playing 3 events before the French and she has a title and a runner-up finish to defend.

With the sad state of affairs in the top 5 and with Azarenka still wishy-washy, this leaves a lot of openings for Venus, Clijsters, Jankovic, and a few others to potentially feast on.
Clijsters, Venus, Henin, and even Jankovic (when in form) are better players than Wozniacki, Safina and Azarenka so I dont what is "sad" if they are replacing them at the top. It would be better for the womens game to have the current weaker players in the top 5 replaced by real champions who are superior to them anyway.

As for Safina with all the points she has to defend she will be lucky to be top after Wimbledon. Kuznetsova will be lucky to possibly be top 10 coming out of the French as well.
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