Well should they? Mauresmo: We would play best of five finals Amelie Mauresmo has said she believes women would be prepared to play the best of five sets in grand slam finals. Mauresmo - who won both the Australian Open and Wimbledon in 2006 - was reacting to arguments that against equal prize money for women on the basis that men spend longer on court and said women should give five set finals a trial. "Most of the people agree that it's not a matter of how long we spend on court," Mauresmo told BBC Radio Five Live. "We actually have never been asked to play five [sets]. "I think in the past what was done at the championships at the end of the year was to play the final in five sets and I think why not. I don't think I would disagree to have them in maybe semi finals and finals. "I think most of the semi finals and finals are very exciting just the way they are in the best of three sets format. "I think its rare when you have a final that goes just the one way or 100 percent one way is rare, so you know why not think about it. "I think I would really definitely agree for a final. Lets try that, lets see how it goes and lets see how we react to a best of five because it would be a big physical effort." I only recall one Slim final going the distance, Gabby/Monica Last One Standing in 1990.