But nearly. Watch the Australian Open final of the following year. Again, Graf vs Seles.
Graf was in much better form. She was taking her backhand earlier, producing a cutting slice that reduced Seles' angles (or would have done had Monica not responded with better angles than she'd ever hit before). Graf was pounding Seles' corners with her forehand, and hitting the ball more cleanly than at Roland Garros. She was also moving as gracefully as ever.
After a close first set when both players had blasted winners from all over the court, Seles was forced to produce her best form. She served aces, serve-volleyed, hit drive volleys, her returns were like bullets, and her intensity was like that of a pit bull.
The 3rd set was close to begin with, and Graf had her chances with a breakpoint. But yet again, Seles' fearlessness prevailed - she served an ace. From then on, as the commentator said, Seles was "steaming" to victory.
She ended with a return winner from Graf's second serve and raised her arms. 4-6 6-3 6-2 to Seles. Nobody was in any doubt at that stage who was the better player. And it was just 3 months before the course of history was to change.