Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: Under Carlos Moya
Alfa, Court's stats are indeed impressive but ignoring mixed, Nav actually leads 18 singles and 31 doubles = 49, compared to Court's 43.
Otherwise, Maria Bueno, with 7 singles titles and a calendar year Grand Slam in women's doubles (the first ever) deserves a place if we include the 60s. Goolagong also won almost as many women's doubles slam titles as she did singles (7s and 5d + 1 divided final, + 1 mixed at RG). Like Hingis and Court, she did the singles/doubles double at Oz three years in succession. If you include Davenport, with her 3 singles titles, then Wade deserves a mention, too.
Not sure about Mandlikova - she only won one GS doubles title, at the US with Nav. That seems so off the wall for a player of her style and talent but it's true.
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