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View Poll Results: Who has had the best career
Anke Huber 35 25.93%
Amanda Coetzer 27 20.00%
Chanda Rubin 16 11.85%
Maggie Maleeva 6 4.44%
Silvia Farina Elia 4 2.96%
Natalie Tausiat 23 17.04%
Sandrine Testud 5 3.70%
Ai Sugiama 7 5.19%
Amy Frasier 0 0%
Elena Likhovtseva 12 8.89%
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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old Dec 22nd, 2005, 11:13 AM Thread Starter
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Rank these players in terms of who had the best careers

Rank these players from best to worst in terms of their achievements in your opinion and also i will include a poll for who you think was the best

Anke Huber
Amanda Coetzer
Chanda Rubin
Maggie Maleeva
Silvia Farina Elia
Natalie Tausiat
Sandrine Testud
Ai Sugiama
Amy Frasier
Elena Likhovtseva
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Rank these players from best to worst in terms of their achievements in your opinion and also i will include a poll for who you think was the best

Anke Huber
Amanda Coetzer
Chanda Rubin
Maggie Maleeva
Silvia Farina Elia
Natalie Tausiat
Sandrine Testud
Ai Sugiama
Amy Frasier
Elena Likhovtseva

Anke Huber (her finals appearance at the AO and leaving on her terms)
Amanda Coetzer (career high of 3, 15 years on tour, 3 time semifinalist)
Chanda Rubin (career high of 6 but was able to be in the top 10 in two decades after comeback, SF of AO, still playing)
Nathalie Tauziat (career high of 3, didn't get to top 10 till age of 30, finalist at Wimbeldon, only played AO 3 times in her 17 year career)
Maggie Maleeva (career high of 4)
Sandrine Testud (career high of 9, two time slam quarterfinalist)
Silvia Farina Ella (career high of 11, slam quarterfinalist)
Ai Sugiyama (career high of 8, two time quarterfinalist, 46th consecutive slam appearances)
Amy Frazier (career high of 13, two time quarterfinalist)
Elena Likhovtseva (career high of 15, slam semifinalist, 46th consecutive slam appearances)

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well I think its actually FraZier, TauZiat and SugiYama
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Anke Huber
Amanda Coetzer
Maggie Maleeva
Natalie Tausiat
Chanda Rubin
Sandrine Testud
Ai Sugiama
Silvia Farina Elia
Elena Likhovtseva
Amy Frasier

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Yes, I´d choose Anke Huber for the Nr. 1 Career, because she reached some big finales (AO 96, Masters 95), was able to beat some Nr. 1´s (Mauresmo, Navratilova, Clijsters...) and won some big events (Filderstadt, Philadelphia, Leipzig). Nr. 2 is Tauziat. Nr. 3 Rubin. Nr. 4 Sandrine Testud...
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Elena Likhovtseva
Anke Huber
Amanda Coetzer
Maggie Maleeva
Ai Sugiama
Natalie Tausiat
Chanda Rubin
Sandrine Testud
Silvia Farina Elia
Amy Frasier
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Ai Sugiama
Anke Huber
Elena Likhovtseva
Amanda Coetzer

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Silvia Farina Elia gets my vote.

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Definitely Anke Huber at #1.

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I voted for Likhovtseva - the Russian is a journeyman player who has been consistently held her ground in the top 50 for 10 years. She's very well respected in the locker room and is also a great doubles player. She's also looked up to by the other, younger Russian girls as a mentor/older sister type.

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If Amanda Coetzer had been a few inches taller, how good would she have been!
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I have a soft spot for Sandrine, for the endeavour and motivation she showed during her career.
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head to heads between them

Anker Huber 36-27 (57.1 %)
Chanda Rubin 30-23 (56.6 %)
Nathalie Tauziat 39-30 (56.5 %)
Amanda Coetzer 31-26 (54.4 %)
Sandrine Testud 26-24 (52 %)
Silvia Farina Elia 31-29 (51.7 %)
Magdalena Maleeva 32-34 (48.5 %)
Ai Sugiyama 18-33 (35.3 %)
Elena Likhovtseva 21-40 (34.4 %)

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Huber 36-27

4-3 vs Coetzer
1-1 vs Rubin
6-3 vs Maleeva
6-3 vs Farina
4-8 vs Tauziat
5-2 vs Testud
1-1 vs Sugiyama
2-6 vs Frazier
7-0 vs Likhovtseva


Coetzer 31-26

3-4 vs Huber
3-7 vs Rubin
4-1 vs Maleeva
4-2 vs Farina
4-4 vs Tauziat
3-0 vs Testud
4-5 vs Sugiyama
3-3 vs Frazier
3-0 vs Likhovtseva

Chanda Rubin 30-23

1-1 vs Huber
7-3 vs Coetzer
1-7 vs Maleeva
3-2 vs Farina
3-2 vs Tauziat
3-6 vs Testud
3-0 vs Sugiyama
5-2 vs Frazier
4-0 vs Likhovsteva

Maleeva 32-34

3-6 vs Huber
1-4 vs Coetzer
7-1 vs Rubin
5-4 vs Farina
2-7 vs Tauziat
2-0 vs Testud
4-7 vs Sugiyama
1-1 vs Frazier
7-4 vs Likhovtseva

Farina 31-29

3-6 vs Huber
2-4 vs Coetzer
2-3 Rubin
4-5 Maleeva
4-2 vs Tauziat
5-2 vs Testud
3-0 vs Sugiyama
2-3 vs Frazier
6-4 vs Likhovtseva

Tauziat 39-30

8-4 vs Huber
4-4 vs Coetzer
2-3 vs Rubin
7-2 vs Maleeva
2-4 vs Farina
4-3 vs Testud
2-0 vs Sugiyama
6-4 vs Frazier
4-6 vs Likhovtseva

Testud 26-24

2-5 Huber
0-3 Coetzer
6-3 vs Rubin
0-2 vs Maleeva
2-5 vs Farina
3-4 vs Tauziat
6-1 vs Sugiyama
1-0 vs Frazier
6-1 vs Likhovtseva

Sugiyama 18-33

1-1 vs Huber
5-4 vs Coetzer
0-3 vs Rubin
7-4 vs Maleeva
0-3 vs Farina
0-2 vs Tauziat
1-6 vs Testud
1-4 vs Frazier
3-6 vs Likhovtseva

Frazier 27-22

6-2 vs Huber
3-3 vs Coetzer
2-5 vs Rubin
1-1 vs Maleeva
3-2 vs Farina
4-6 vs Tauziat
0-1 vs Testud
4-1 vs Sugiyama
4-1 vs Likhovtseva

Likhovsteva 21-40

0-7 vs Huber
0-3 vs Coetzer
0-4 vs Rubin
4-7 vs Maleeva
4-6 vs Farina
6-4 vs Tauziat
1-6 vs Testud
6-3 vs Sugiyama

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Without question it's Anke.
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