Chanda: when you return from an injury layoff, why do you always jump in with a slew of Tier I and Tier II events, instead of playing the lower tiers and the odd challenger to work the rust off and rebuild your ranking?
Monica: do you regret not having surgery on your foot? You didn't want to miss a lot of time, which you wound up doing anyway.
Serena: is it true that the surgery on your knee was botched, and if so, is it also true you're afraid to have another surgery?
Patty: what is it about Anna and Conchita that bothers you so much, and why do you let yourself become so bothered?
Venus: I know you love your sister, but how much did it really bother you to see her win a slam singles title before you did?
Maureen Drake: who's the better designer, you or Bethanie?
Martina H.: your mom said she didn't want to work on your serve while you were still growing, for fear of injury, and you avoided it while you were successful because you convinced yourself you didn't need to, but, really, why haven't you worked on your serve?
Justine: are you really not bothered at all by occasional criticisms of your behavior, or is that a front?
Jana: when you played, you were loathe to admit to choking, feeling it conveyed weakness. Now that you're retired, are you willing to admit you choked on occasion, and do you feel your unwillingness to confront the problem prevented you from conquering it and achieving greater success?
Gaby: why were you so self-conscious about your shoulders?
Kimiko Date: why did you retire so young, when you were at the top of your game?
Anastasia: why did you agree to pose on the horse?
Jelena J: are you an exhibitionist?
Gigi: why did you moon Mary Pierce-- twice?
Nancy L-C: what is your motivation for playing pro tennis?
I'll see if I can think of a few more later.