No doubt. Two finals and two semi-finals in the slams in 03' followed by another finals at the 04' AO before going down with injuries. I think she'll get a slam victory eventually, possibly this year the way she's been playing.SaritaUTHorns said:If we're including women here too then I'd say Kim Clijsters.
Yes, it's almost always obvious by context.pound cat said:driger, I htink 95% of the people on this board use the term Grand Slam to mean 1 Slam event, which I assume is the meaning used by the originator of this thread because he said Henman, and others who said Fernandez, Mauresmo, Pioline, Philipousis, Coria none of whom could have won a GRAND SLAM (4 in a year)
He also never really threatened to win one, I am pretty sure he never made top 10, and he only made it to QF or better of a slam once in his career. It's ridiculous to compare him to multi-GS finalists like Martin, Pioline and Corretja.SMASHER said:MaliVai Washington. He could never get overthat hump. Knee surgery did not help either. Plus, he was in the generation with Sampras, Agassi, and Courier.