At least since 1960 till now, there have been 4 great fairy ladies that dominated very shortly, just as the legend goes, the ranks of the women circuit. in the 60´s, ME Bueno, the Brazilian dancer got through the King/Court strenghold but injuries kept her record away from superior greatness. In the 70´s, the Australian aborigin nation produced the magic Evonne Goolagong.And she never seemed a real character, such as Evert or Navratilova.Her 1980 victory at Wimbledon, with a few months old child watching her win is just one of the greatest tales that sport has ever told. She never walked on court, she just floated and her backhand came from her fairy stick.Of course, you´d never expect her to dominate like the boring Evert...she wasn´t born for that. Her torch was taken by a very modern, but also very past laid and romantic women that had the body of an Olimpic Champion and the fool talent of an eastern glory such as Kafka or Dostoi.Nobody has ever been able to produce the unbelievable tennis Hanna Mandlikova, unfortunately too shortly produced.She was like a stellar comet, her light would last very shortly...but those of us who followed deeply the tennis game in the great 80`s..well, we´ll never be able to forget her. Martina Hingis, in the 90´s was the last romantic.of course, she was a spñicy, along her friend/rival Kournikova.we have never had such level of excitment, flair, class and grace ever since in the women rank.She was cold, sometimes cruel, arrogant...but she was composing some of the nicest melodies, certainly the last form of melody the tennis world has known ever since, at least as far as women are concerned...yes, BTW, they were women... was there another fairy to catch up this lot? for a while, Andrea Jaeger and, to a certain extent, sabatini and Kournikova could have gotten into this group.No matter if they were succesful or not, they really never got into. This is a very special group.In fact, you must believe in fairy tales to aknowledge it..