Originally Posted by suwanee4712
I'm not an Evert fanatic in any sense of the word. But I vote for her. It was so rare that she took a bad loss. Her bad losses are to solid players like Diane Fromholz Ballestrat or Rafaella Reggi or Sandra Cecchini. All of those players were solid journeymen type that were smart and dangerous on their day. These were exceptionally rare days.
I would, but she did not really have many days when her 'game' was off in the first place, until 1986. Her losses or close matches had less to do with her screwing things up with lots of UE's or bad tactics, and more to do with her opponents like King Goologong, Austin, Navratilova or Jordan playing cleaner and bolder tennis than was their norm. The trouble did not come from her racket in the first place. Of course as I said she find ways of winning anyway because her game always got better in the second set. She doesn't fit this category well.