Yes, qualifiers like Pierce (the Molik match was a dandy), Testud, Tulyaganova, Schnyder, Farina, Mauresmo, Dokic, Raymond, Clijsters, Shaughnessy, Hantuchova, Schett, Coetzer, just to name a few.
Grand slam tennis producers consider it a good match if it goes the distance. I'm seen them classify 5 setters that included at least 3 lopsided sets that way.
Here is an absolute fact: more women's matches go the distance in the early rounds (1-3) of slams than men's. Always have.
I personally checked every slam draw going back through 1995 recently (got tired before I could go any further). Do you know how many slams had more men's matches going the distance in the early rounds? Zero! So that's not a legit excuse to avoid showing the women.
And that doesn't even include all of the great 2-set matches. Speaking of which, I knew it would happen, and it did! When Serena scraped by Els in 2 tiebreaks in the 3rd round, I said then and there that if she got through the next couple of matches without dropping a set, that would be what they'd emphasize. Sure enough, we've heard plenty of references to Serena having "not lost a set", which is their way of trying to suggest she had won every match easily. That's the kind of garbage the women get subjected to.