LMAO! Good thread.
Here's my picks...
2001 Quebec City - Nancy def. Karen Fodera 6-1 6-2
Well, no one ever would have thought to look in the Tier III qualifying rounds for Nancy, but there she was. We scouted out Karen, and we managed to find this
page which basically encouraged us to convince Nancy to wear a pair of devil horns and bring a black cat to rub against her cheek during changeovers. It did the trick and Nancy won!
2001 Allentown 25k - Nancy def. Becky Brown 6-1 6-2
This was Nancy's first-ever match win on the tour. That 1983 match of Vicki Nelson-Dunbar vs. Jean Hepner is often wrongly titled as being the longest match of all time. THIS match is the longest of all time, a see-saw battle between two players with similar styles that last over 8 hours. Most of the rallies lasted over 100 shots... the fans were biting their fingernails, wondering whether a point would be won by being hit into the fence, or into the net. Nancy finally emerged a winner at midnight.
2000 Quebec City - Janet Lee def. Nancy 6-0 6-1
This was Nancy's first ever match against a player ranked in the top 120 and boy did she ever acquit herself well!!! She really had Janet trembling in fear when she won her first game of the match, serving at 6-0 5-0. Unfortunately Janet became the butt of many jokes from her peers on the tour for losing a game to Nancy and was so embarrased that she decided to miss the rest of the season to let it pass.