Which of these WTA 1 Slam Champion gets their 2nd?

Who might win their 2nd Slam?

  • Kenin

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Andreescu

    Votes: 4 100.0%
  • Ostapenko

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    4

BGod

Legend
Wanted to look at least 2 years back and for those still contending, think a decent list:

Sodia Kenin: The most recent champion on the list, winning AO 2020 followed with a French Final, hasn't made Slam Quarter since and absent from USO because of positive Covid test.
Bianca Andreescu: The 2019 USO champ. We know the injuries, but lost in a thriller 3.5 hour match in the R16 at the most recent USO.
Jelena Ostapenko: 2017 French Open champ now a while back but still very much active. Back in Top 30, won Eastbourne title just a few months ago, missed USO but playing in Luxembourg as defending champ, only 24 still.
 

Aussie Darcy

Bionic Poster
Of the 3 you listed probably Andreescu. Don’t think Ostapenko will ever come close. Kenin needs to get back to playing regularly to make a judgement but she hasn’t been there for a while now.
 

Chanwan

G.O.A.T.
Wanted to look at least 2 years back and for those still contending, think a decent list:

Sodia Kenin: The most recent champion on the list, winning AO 2020 followed with a French Final, hasn't made Slam Quarter since and absent from USO because of positive Covid test.
Bianca Andreescu: The 2019 USO champ. We know the injuries, but lost in a thriller 3.5 hour match in the R16 at the most recent USO.
Jelena Ostapenko: 2017 French Open champ now a while back but still very much active. Back in Top 30, won Eastbourne title just a few months ago, missed USO but playing in Luxembourg as defending champ, only 24 still.
In terms of likelihood: Andreescu ----> Kenin --------------------------------------------------------------------------> Ostapenko.
If Andreescu's body allows her, I see no reason, she can't win another. Kenin's game is not good enough to guarantee slam titles even if she is at her absolute best - imo. Ostapenko is the def. of a one slam wonder, I'm afraid. Had a magical run, but one that's not easily repeatable
 

D-Lite

Professional
Ostapenko was in good form going into Wimbledon this year but fell to Tomljanovic and embarrassed herself. She would have to be in that form again, but I'm not sure the pressure will ever be as low as 2017's RG.
Kenin and Andreescu will be back I'm pretty sure of it. Providing Andreescu can play a few seasons somewhat injury free and Kenin can get her mindset together going forward.
 

El_Yotamo

Hall of Fame
Ostapenko is extremely unlikely, while Andreescu requires a bit of luck both body wise and draw wise. Kenin however only requires draw luck so she's the slightly most likely out of the 3 imo. I don't like her but that's my opinion
 
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