After watching Serena win the women's title over the weekend, I began to wonder if there's a point at which you cease to derive the same enjoyment out of winning slams as you did the first time you won one (yes, I'm applying economic theory to tennis) lol. If so, what's the number? So I ask you TW brethren, how many slams is enough? Is it purely winning 1? All 4? Chasing the all-time slams record? I guess I'm just fascinated by the idea of these individuals continually taking on the monumental task of winning one slam, over and over again, given the grind of it all, while seeming to be continually hungry for more slams. Its gotta be difficult to get up for a slam if you've won all 4 already. *Maybe tennis just self-selects the type of individual that would maniacally chase after as many as possible.