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If Justine or Martina wins RG...

will Venus be a little bit panicky panicky?
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No.

But, she is a little "panicky panicky" about your obession over her.

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No not at all, why should she be, I don't understand what you are trying to say here. Venus could also win Roland Garros and also Dementieva, cause she has improved her game on the clay courts. But it's very wide open and the person who is going to win Roland Garros deserved it, and it will be then a motivation for everyone to beat the Roland Garros champion.

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No. But, at Wimbledon, Venus will murder their asses.

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No, why would she get panicky, Justine won it last year but looked what happened at Wimbledon.
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Is this a SERIOUS question?
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Niether Henin or Hingis will win the French. A Russian is going to win.

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No matter what happens Justine will retire with more slams and titles overall than Vee, take it to the bank.

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No matter what happens Justine will retire with more slams and titles overall than Vee, take it to the bank.
If you say so.

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No matter what happens Justine will retire with more slams and titles overall than Vee, take it to the bank.
Does that include Vees' total in doubles and mixed? Because if it does, there's NO WAY that'll happen. Right now it's 26 (Justine) to 45 (Venus). If you mean just singles slams....maybe.

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Does that include Vees' total in doubles and mixed? Because if it does, there's NO WAY that'll happen. Right now it's 26 (Justine) to 45 (Venus). If you mean just singles slams....maybe.
I wasn't really considering doubles. I think Justine will outdo Vee in singles slams, but not outdo Ree. And that's what it should be IMO.

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But, she is a little "panicky panicky" about your obession over her.


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No matter what happens Justine will retire with more slams and titles overall than Vee, take it to the bank.
Henin still has to win 2 more to surpass vee and i think its more likely vee will win at least 1 slam b4 justine wins 2, also we all know its never gonna really matter even if justine wins more than venus, only 1 will go down in the history books and venus got to 4 slam finals in a row losing only to Serena anyone else in those finals she would have won, the venus slam

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