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Venus and Jennifer Have Split The Last Seven Slams, So Who Will Break This Trend?

Venus has won the last four of Seven, while Jen has won three of five. Of course between them they have won the last seven. Which player do you believe will change this trend of Venus and Jennifer domination of slams?

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i wished that the streak will last forever....

but my chice is Hingis...

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Hingis at the French!!!!
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Serena.

I think she has great chances at the French, but If not I have a strong feeling she will win Wimbeldon.

The Nasdaq will be a good tournament to get insight on who will win a slam in 02, but imo Serena has the best chances at the french.
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I think Monica has a very good chance to win the French this year!
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It will be Hingis, she can cope with the power of the big hitters normally but at the clay courts she has a better chance becuase the ball isnt as fast, last year she looked really bad against capriati, but she said that was her mentally rather than capriati. This year she will win a GS!!
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Either Serena will win RG or the streak will continue with Venus winning the French, then Wimby, then US Open.

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so... we all agree that it will be Serena or Hingis.... although its hard for me to see a Williams winning RG... like its hard for me to see Capriati winning Wimbledon

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Martina will win the next 7 Grand Slams. EVIL LAUGH FOLLOWS!!!!!!!

Seriously who knows though there are so many good players these days. The last four grand slams have had four different losing finalists: Kim Clijsters, Justine Henin, Serena Williams and Martina Hingis so it could be any of them.
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Well I'd really like it to be Kimmie but probably Martina!

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Good point Treufreund, maybe the individuals who were runnerups will emerge. I also think that Serena does have a chance to win Roland Garros. She is practicing coming to net. Although she needs to put away easy vollies, she refuses to be discouraged by being passed. Monica is one of my favorites to break the string, because she never can be overlooked on clay. I think the draw will figure in greatly who wins the French. So you never know. Venus being the #2 seed could aide her as well.

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SERENA PRINCESS OF POWER

Victoria Duval - coming to a slam near you
Françoise Abanda definitely a future #1 --- Taylor Townsend devastation on the march
Venus and Serena ferocious grannies --- Kimiko Date Krumm great granny still doing her thing.
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post #13 of 34 (permalink) Old Mar 10th, 2002, 06:47 PM
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I doubt Martina will break it. Maybe Serena will but not maritna. Martina hasn't beaten venus, serena, jen, or even lindsay forever. I'd even give monica a better chance at winning the French Open then Hingis.
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I hope Venus will break Capriati's trend and will win RG......but that wouldn't change the names of the last 7 GS winners! Otherwise, Serena has a big chance too! She reached the QF at RG last year, losing to CApriati. This year, she 'll kick CApriati's ass at the same stage!!!!!
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I think it'll happen at the French. The players with the best chance of winning RG are Hingis, Seles, Henin.

On the other hand, if Serena does carry on volleying, I would give her a good chance at Wimbledon. She will start beating Venus at some point, and why not there?
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