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Will Clijsters and Mauresmo ever win slams?

I think they're probably more talented than many of the players who have won slams. Do you think they will ever get through the two weeks without choking.
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I agree, they are both more talented than Jennifer Capriati and she has 3 slams.
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Yes she will win a grandslam. And her fans believe that she will win the
2005 usopen.
Are you satisfied now. How many times people will ask this question.
No one knows when she will win a grandslam. All depends when God agrees
The most important thing is she must be healthy and injury free.
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will these threads ever stop?
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Kim yes, Amelie no.
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I agree, they are both more talented than Jennifer Capriati and she has 3 slams.
And Venus. Kim lasted longer at number 1 than she ever did.
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Amelie maybe if at the Oz or Wimbledon the major names are out with injuries. Kim needs one here. If she doesn't win here, I'd say it is going to be awful tough for her mentally to win one.
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I agree, they are both more talented than Jennifer Capriati and she has 3 slams.
I disagree. I think Capriati is one of the most talented players out there...
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ugh too many of these threads
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I disagree. I think Capriati is one of the most talented players out there...
You don't understand sarcasm??
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And Venus. Kim lasted longer at number 1 than she ever did.
Yeah cause being #1 in the last few years always indicated who was the most talented.
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Well if theres too many of these threads. You all know what you can do. Don't read them and don't post.
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Kim- yes US Open or Oz.

Amelie- probably. Ameile stands the best chance at Wimbledon.

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Well if theres too many of these threads. You all know what you can do. Don't read them and don't post.
you could put everything together in one thread for example. It's ok when you see your fave being questioned in one thread but it's annoying when you see threads popping up everywhere, all with the same question.
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