So today's players wouldn't have the benefit of having watched Hingis and playing her? I actually think she'd have been a top five player, made #1 and won a slam or two (but not five). Hingis was winning slams competing against both Williams sisters, Capriati, Davenport and Graf. No dearth of power there. Also, she was a little faster back then.
It took the tour four or five years to figure out the best way to play Hingis. Namely, hit it deep, and don't make stupid unforced errors by over-hitting. A lot of players can do that, even ones who lack winner-hitting power. Hingis isn't nearly as good at inducing errors from her opponents when she's behind the baseline. But while the tour was figuring her out, she'd be winning.
But, that's just my opinion. Who really knows?
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