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1 7 2.08%
2-5 19 5.65%
6-10 112 33.33%
11-20 87 25.89%
21-40 72 21.43%
41-60 13 3.87%
61-80 1 0.30%
81-100 11 3.27%
101-200 3 0.89%
200 ------> ... 11 3.27%
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post #1 of 88 (permalink) Old Nov 29th, 2005, 09:41 PM Thread Starter
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21-40 if she is lucky.

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Hingis has always worked hard when she was very motivated so I believe that with her will,her hard work and her natural talent she can come back in the top 20 Good luck Martina

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Hingis has always worked hard when she was very motivated so I believe that with her will,her hard work and her natural talent she can come back in the top 20 Good luck Martina
I think she will be in top5! If she's healthy
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I don't think Martina would have come back unless she feels that she is absolutely ready, I think that this time next year she could be top 10.
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top 20 easily, if she really really worked hard, top 15 for sure. But 2007, number 1 baby!!!!!!!!!!! regain everything u lost martina, we believe in you!!!!!!!!!!!!!! once a champion, always a champion!!!!!!!!

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Sadly, I don't think she'll be able to withstand the power of the big girls.

But I hope she proves me wrong.


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I think some people are being a little too optimistic too early on. I want to see how she plays her opening tournies first. I wouldnt like to see her crash and burn.

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Depends what she plays and how often obviously. The current top 10 though is largely the top 10 she headed - its made up largely of people her age or older and, with the exception of a fit Justine (which may be a contradiction) and a consistent Kim, its either playing little better or worse than it did when she retired.
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21-40 if she is lucky.

I think the same too.Being off court for 3 years is very hard to overcome.

She will lose matches and will have to support this.Dont know if she will be strong enough.Dont think.See what happened early in this season.

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With Mom: may 11-20

Without Mom: maybe 21-40 but most likely lower.

Reason: Questionable desire and work ethic. If she's only coming back because she misses the attention she won't finish the full year.

If she sees her opening where she can take advantage of the schedule, the never ending injuries to top 10 players and is willing to overplay (more than 18 events in 2006) she can "play the computer game" for a top 20 ranking.

If your fave's coach isn't Richard Williams, that's just her first problem...

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I think her first year back Martina should make the TOP 20. I think if all goes well and she has no injurys she should be a contender for slams in 2007
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