...and for Serena--at the point she won her most recent major--still achieved that at her age, (35 at the time, as opposed to Evert at 32 when she won her final major) easily elevates her over the likes of a Evert, who ran out of gas even before the next generation asserted themselves, indicating that Evert was never as versatile as Serena in facing changing players/new challenges.
You really do have the talent to amuse.
Evert only played all 4 majors in a year, six times in her long career. Not because she was injured, but because tournament priorities were very different as I'm sure you well know. Who's to say how many majors Evert would have if the tennis calender was as it is now with majors being of equal importance AND careers seemingly defined by the current obsession with majors won.
And whilst Williams does indeed have more majors, Evert can be admired for her on-court behaviour - win or lose she behaved like a champion. And Williams..... not so much.... case in point, they both have 6 USO singles titles but only one of them is mostly remembered, at this event, for the matches she lost....