Is 'One time slam champion' the new 'Slamless'?
Over the past decade we've had a lot of players win slams and then fail to do so again. It all started out with Ivanovic and then it was followed by the likes of Stosur and Pennetta. We've seen such players do well at slams time and time again, end up winning one eventually and then disappear or lack the results need to follow up their wins. So, what's the real difference between players who have won one slam and the ones who have managed to win two ore more if there's any? How will such players be seen and noted in the history books? And last but not least, how much of a factor is winning A ie. just one slam when it comes to comparing players' achievements.