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What's the best and worst match of the current top 15? PERFORMANCE WISE not if the match had a lot of drama in it.

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Ana Ivanovic

Best: def. V Williams, Melbourne

Worst: lt. to Pironkova, Rome

WHY?

Ana had never won a set against Venus prior to Melbourne, and put on a display of great touch and power to defeat Queen Vee in straights. Venus of course wasn't playing well but it was a good match for Ana. Her loss to Pironkova was bad because obviously, Pironkova isn't a top player and I just have to assume that Ana wasn't playing well.

Maria Sharapova

Best: def. Henin, Melbourne

Worst: def. Rodina, Paris

WHY?

Sharapova was ruthless against Justine and in the first set, Justine wasn't even playing badly. In the second, Maria completely destroyed Henin. The match against Rodina was an error fest from Maria, and on top of that she hit 17 DFs. Luckily, she pulled it out 8-6 in the third against the relatively unknown countrywoman.

Jelena Jankovic

Best: def. V Williams, Rome

Worst: lt. to Yan, Bangalore

WHY?

Jelena's match against Vee gets top pick because Venus didn't play too bad. It was Vee's match to take but Jelena hit some great shots to keep things in play, like always. She saved a handful of break points and didn't let down after she lost the tight first set. Her match against Yan was pretty terrible, what is up with her and the Chinese. Yan played pretty well but Jelena really could've done better.

Svetlana Kuznetsova

Best: def. Sharapova, Indian Wells

Worst: lt. to Cornet, Rome

WHY?

With her win against Maria, Sveta stopped Maria's winning streak and momentum. The best thing was, after Svetlana lost the second set, Maria was playing pretty well and everyone expected Sveta to lose in the third but she pulled it together and stepped it up, playing unbelievable defense. And losing to Cornet in easy straight sets is just bad. Basically, if you think about it, Svetlana does everything Cornet does but better, so I don't know how why she lost.

Elena Dementieva

Best: def. Ivanovic, Dubai

Worst: lt. to Arvidsson, Sydney

WHY?

Dementieva dug deep in her match against Ivanovic, and once again kept her perfect H2H record against her. Some heavy hitting was played in that match and Elena did great not only to get a lot of balls back but to ultimately hit her own winners. The Arvidsson lost was a disaster. Elena is a class player and shouldn't be losing to these people. Admittedly, I didn't watch the match but you could just imagine.

6-10

Serena Williams

Best: def. Radwanska, Berlin

Worst: lt. to Srebotnik, Paris

WHY?

Serena hit something like 20+ winners and 9 UEs in her match against Radwanska, one of her best ratios ever. She played amazing. Her loss to Srebotnik was especially disappointing because she was the favorite going in the tournament and had no mental toughness to pull it out. Some easy volleys and smashes, and she handed the match to Katarina.

Venus Williams

Best: def. Zvonareva, Rome

Worst: lt. to Kvitova, Memphis

WHY?

Vera is one of the most in-form players this year and Venus did well to beat her a second time in straight sets this year after about a month of the tour. There many 'worsts' to chose from but ber match against Kvitova probably was abysmal. After being up a set and a break, Venus imploded into (probably) a session of erratic errors and gave the match to Petra. Bad loss for the defending champ.

Anna Chakvetadze

Best: def. Radwanska, Rome

Worst: lt. to Lisicki, Miami

WHY?

Not many 'bests' here. Just a nasty year so far for Anna. Her win against Radwanska was nice because Radwanska is a good player and Anna beat her handily. There were a stack of 'worsts' to choose from but her loss to Lisicki was especially disgusting because it was FILLED with errors. Reminded me a bit of the SF between her and Kuzzie.

Dinara Safina

Best: def. S Williams, Berlin

Worst: lt. to Harkleroad, Indian Wells

WHY?

After her win against Henin, not many people expected her to beat an inform Serena, but she did and Serena was actually hitting quite well. So full props to her for playing brilliantly in a brilliant match and also not folding mentally. There were a couple of bad losses for Safina earlier in the year, and the match against Harkleroad was one of them because to put it simply, Harkleroad is not a dangerous player and she was beaten in straights.

Marion Bartoli

Best: def. Cibulkova, Paris [Indoors]

Worst: lt. to Wozniacki, Miami

WHY?

Marion's year has been downright dismal but her win against Dominika was good. Cibulkova was in pretty good form and a 6-1 set in the 2nd was enough to make me state that this is Bartoli's best win so far this year. There are a gazillion 'worsts' but I'd have to say this one because she only managed to win 4 games, and on top of that, she already lost to Caro once before that this year, easily too, so I expected more of a fight. Plus Caro is not someone Marion should be losing to, being a top 10 player.

11-15

Daniela Hantuchova

Best: def. Radwanska, Melbourne & First set of vs. Ivanovic, Melbourne

Worst: lt. to Sprem, Amelia Island

WHY?

Daniela played great vs. Radwanska, only allowing Aga to take 4 games. Pretty clinical from Dani. The first set against Ana was amazing - I've never seen her play better. Great rhythmic play. Sadly her mental capabilities weren't enough to get her the match after winning the first 8 games. Dani was probably not feeling well but her loss to Sprem was still bad. Sprem had been injured and had not played many matches at all - still rusty. She was barely inside the top 300, so this loss was pretty embarrassing.

Patty Schnyder

Best: def. Radwanska, Charleston

Worst: lt. to Kanepi, Miami (only got one game)

WHY?

Patty beat Aga easily, and Aga was in pretty good form. Patty's been having a bad year so far but this win was good. Her lost to Kanepi was pathetic though. The favorite, she won 1 game off the Estonian. Pathetic.

Vera Zvonareva

Best: def. Dementieva, Charleston & second set vs. S Williams, Charleston

Worst: def. King, Fed Cup

WHY?

Vera's having a really good year so far. It was hard to pick a 'best', and she didn't have many bad matches at all. She played well against Dementieva on Elena's favorite surface and also managed to take a set of Serena who was in great form. Her win against King was pretty bad. King (although I love Vania), correct me if I'm wrong, is not even in the top 100 and isn't too tough most of the time. Vera let her have a set and 5 games in Sets 2 & 3. I didnt see the match though.

Agnieszka Radwanska

Best: def. Kuznetsova, Melbourne & def. Domachowska

Worst: lt. to Chakvetadze, Rome

WHY?

She pulled off a great upset against Kuzzy in Melbourne, beating her in straights too. So great win for her, as she had never beaten Sveta before. Also, her match against Domachowska was very high quality and she did extremely well to get through that, even though Marta isn't a top player. Her loss to Anna was bad because Chakky's not in great form and Aga should have taken care of her.

Agnes Szavay

Best: def. Hantuchova, Paris

Worst: lt. to Fedak, Sydney

WHY?

Agnes played a great second set against Dani, although the match was pretty error filled. Szavay's not having a great year, and one loss that really sucked was her loss to Fedak, who can't do anything much. Losing to Fedak is just low. Then after that she lost to Makarova too. She did avenge these losses later on though.

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I know she's not top 15 but I'll add Lindsay:

Best match def. Ivanovic (Miami)

A big upset IMO against the Indian Wells Champ. Lindsay was painting the lines so well the whole match and served extremely well. Best match of her comeback so far.

Hounarable mention to her 1st match of the year against Granville. It was a near-perfect beatdown with just a couple of errors towards the end. That match reminded me of why I love watching Lindsay play.

Worst match lost to Lisicki (Fed Cup)

Wtf was that? I'll never understand how Lindsay was breadsticked. Obviously credit to Lisicki but I remember the error count being uncharacteristicly high from Lindsay that day and dreadful serving.

Honourable mention to the AO 1R against Errani. Should have been a comfortable match. Lindsay was on course for another straight sets win before folding in that 2nd set and very nearly going down in the 3rd.
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gooooood post full of interesting stats and interesting how many players best wins in ur opinion are over Aga.. id have to say that i think Ana's best could also b used to describe her FO win for the mental toughness she showed...and for dinara i would have put her wins over Justine,Serena,Elena and Maria all equal

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What's the best and worst match of the current top 15? PERFORMANCE WISE not if the match had a lot of drama in it.

1-5

Ana Ivanovic

Best: def. V Williams, Melbourne

Worst: lt. to Pironkova, Rome

WHY?

Ana had never won a set against Venus prior to Melbourne, and put on a display of great touch and power to defeat Queen Vee in straights. Venus of course wasn't playing well but it was a good match for Ana. Her loss to Pironkova was bad because obviously, Pironkova isn't a top player and I just have to assume that Ana wasn't playing well.

Maria Sharapova

Best: def. Henin, Melbourne

Worst: def. Rodina, Paris

WHY?

Sharapova was ruthless against Justine and in the first set, Justine wasn't even playing badly. In the second, Maria completely destroyed Henin. The match against Rodina was an error fest from Maria, and on top of that she hit 17 DFs. Luckily, she pulled it out 8-6 in the third against the relatively unknown countrywoman.

Jelena Jankovic

Best: def. V Williams, Rome

Worst: lt. to Yan, Bangalore

WHY?

Jelena's match against Vee gets top pick because Venus didn't play too bad. It was Vee's match to take but Jelena hit some great shots to keep things in play, like always. She saved a handful of break points and didn't let down after she lost the tight first set. Her match against Yan was pretty terrible, what is up with her and the Chinese. Yan played pretty well but Jelena really could've done better.

Svetlana Kuznetsova

Best: def. Sharapova, Indian Wells

Worst: lt. to Cornet, Rome

WHY?

With her win against Maria, Sveta stopped Maria's winning streak and momentum. The best thing was, after Svetlana lost the second set, Maria was playing pretty well and everyone expected Sveta to lose in the third but she pulled it together and stepped it up, playing unbelievable defense. And losing to Cornet in easy straight sets is just bad. Basically, if you think about it, Svetlana does everything Cornet does but better, so I don't know how why she lost.

Elena Dementieva

Best: def. Ivanovic, Dubai

Worst: lt. to Arvidsson, Sydney

WHY?

Dementieva dug deep in her match against Ivanovic, and once again kept her perfect H2H record against her. Some heavy hitting was played in that match and Elena did great not only to get a lot of balls back but to ultimately hit her own winners. The Arvidsson lost was a disaster. Elena is a class player and shouldn't be losing to these people. Admittedly, I didn't watch the match but you could just imagine.

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Serena Williams

Best: def. Radwanska, Berlin

Worst: lt. to Srebotnik, Paris

WHY?

Serena hit something like 20+ winners and 9 UEs in her match against Radwanska, one of her best ratios ever. She played amazing. Her loss to Srebotnik was especially disappointing because she was the favorite going in the tournament and had no mental toughness to pull it out. Some easy volleys and smashes, and she handed the match to Katarina.

Venus Williams

Best: def. Zvonareva, Rome

Worst: lt. to Kvitova, Memphis

WHY?

Vera is one of the most in-form players this year and Venus did well to beat her a second time in straight sets this year after about a month of the tour. There many 'worsts' to chose from but ber match against Kvitova probably was abysmal. After being up a set and a break, Venus imploded into (probably) a session of erratic errors and gave the match to Petra. Bad loss for the defending champ.

Anna Chakvetadze

Best: def. Radwanska, Rome

Worst: lt. to Lisicki, Miami

WHY?

Not many 'bests' here. Just a nasty year so far for Anna. Her win against Radwanska was nice because Radwanska is a good player and Anna beat her handily. There were a stack of 'worsts' to choose from but her loss to Lisicki was especially disgusting because it was FILLED with errors. Reminded me a bit of the SF between her and Kuzzie.

Dinara Safina

Best: def. S Williams, Berlin

Worst: lt. to Harkleroad, Indian Wells

WHY?

After her win against Henin, not many people expected her to beat an inform Serena, but she did and Serena was actually hitting quite well. So full props to her for playing brilliantly in a brilliant match and also not folding mentally. There were a couple of bad losses for Safina earlier in the year, and the match against Harkleroad was one of them because to put it simply, Harkleroad is not a dangerous player and she was beaten in straights.

Marion Bartoli

Best: def. Cibulkova, Paris [Indoors]

Worst: lt. to Wozniacki, Miami

WHY?

Marion's year has been downright dismal but her win against Dominika was good. Cibulkova was in pretty good form and a 6-1 set in the 2nd was enough to make me state that this is Bartoli's best win so far this year. There are a gazillion 'worsts' but I'd have to say this one because she only managed to win 4 games, and on top of that, she already lost to Caro once before that this year, easily too, so I expected more of a fight. Plus Caro is not someone Marion should be losing to, being a top 10 player.

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Daniela Hantuchova

Best: def. Radwanska, Melbourne & First set of vs. Ivanovic, Melbourne

Worst: lt. to Sprem, Amelia Island

WHY?

Daniela played great vs. Radwanska, only allowing Aga to take 4 games. Pretty clinical from Dani. The first set against Ana was amazing - I've never seen her play better. Great rhythmic play. Sadly her mental capabilities weren't enough to get her the match after winning the first 8 games. Dani was probably not feeling well but her loss to Sprem was still bad. Sprem had been injured and had not played many matches at all - still rusty. She was barely inside the top 300, so this loss was pretty embarrassing.

Patty Schnyder

Best: def. Radwanska, Charleston

Worst: lt. to Kanepi, Miami (only got one game)

WHY?

Patty beat Aga easily, and Aga was in pretty good form. Patty's been having a bad year so far but this win was good. Her lost to Kanepi was pathetic though. The favorite, she won 1 game off the Estonian. Pathetic.

Vera Zvonareva

Best: def. Dementieva, Charleston & second set vs. S Williams, Charleston

Worst: def. King, Fed Cup

WHY?

Vera's having a really good year so far. It was hard to pick a 'best', and she didn't have many bad matches at all. She played well against Dementieva on Elena's favorite surface and also managed to take a set of Serena who was in great form. Her win against King was pretty bad. King (although I love Vania), correct me if I'm wrong, is not even in the top 100 and isn't too tough most of the time. Vera let her have a set and 5 games in Sets 2 & 3. I didnt see the match though.

Agnieszka Radwanska

Best: def. Kuznetsova, Melbourne & def. Domachowska

Worst: lt. to Chakvetadze, Rome

WHY?

She pulled off a great upset against Kuzzy in Melbourne, beating her in straights too. So great win for her, as she had never beaten Sveta before. Also, her match against Domachowska was very high quality and she did extremely well to get through that, even though Marta isn't a top player. Her loss to Anna was bad because Chakky's not in great form and Aga should have taken care of her.

Agnes Szavay

Best: def. Hantuchova, Paris

Worst: lt. to Fedak, Sydney

WHY?

Agnes played a great second set against Dani, although the match was pretty error filled. Szavay's not having a great year, and one loss that really sucked was her loss to Fedak, who can't do anything much. Losing to Fedak is just low. Then after that she lost to Makarova too. She did avenge these losses later on though.

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For me, winning a match from MP down in the 4th round of a slam against the world number 1 is pretty monumental. Yes, it was a great win over Serena but the RG 4th round was a bigger match with bigger stakes, and that has to be taken into account.

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For me, winning a match from MP down in the 4th round of a slam against the world number 1 is pretty monumental. Yes, it was a great win over Serena but the RG 4th round was a bigger match with bigger stakes, and that has to be taken into account.
Agreed. Any of her 4R/QF/SF wins could be chosen as her best. I'd say her win over Kuznetsova was her best one. To come out like that in her first GS semi and not even give Sveta a chance was very impressive. The comeback against Lena was amazing too.
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For me, winning a match from MP down in the 4th round of a slam against the world number 1 is pretty monumental. Yes, it was a great win over Serena but the RG 4th round was a bigger match with bigger stakes, and that has to be taken into account.
Well, as I pointed out, this thread is mainly about performance...Dinara played well against Maria but I really did feel like she was playing better against Serena. That third set had amazing quality.

And what ^ said about Aga just shows what a tough opponent Aga is because when someone wins against her, it's big.

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Well, as I pointed out, this thread is mainly about performance...Dinara played well against Maria but I really did feel like she was playing better against Serena. That third set had amazing quality.

And what ^ said about Aga just shows what a tough opponent Aga is because when someone wins against her, it's big.
Well if it's based only on level of play, then it has to be Dinara's match against Kuznetsova at RG.

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She played well there too but as I said, I just felt like she played better in that Serena match. She breadsticked Serena, that's hard. Kuznetsova wasnt playing well in that SF.

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Well if it's based only on level of play, then it has to be Dinara's match against Kuznetsova at RG.
Kuzzie was lost in that match. Safina didn't have to play to the level she played even against Henin.
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Kuzzie was lost in that match. Safina didn't have to play to the level she played even against Henin.
Dinara had many ups and downs in her other wins. She could produce her best tennis at times and then her worst tennis.
In RG SF she was playing on a solid level and had pretty much do downs at all. They both were really nervous at start, but then Dinara took control and didn't allow Kuznetsova to get into the match and play her tennis.

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I have to agree with GoVandRena on the Safina selection. Yeah Dinara last two tournaments had many great highlights but the thing that made Dinara's win over Serena so impressive was that she wasn't beating a slumping sloppy Serena like the one who played in Roland Garros she beat an in form at the top of her game Serena. During Miama, Charleston and Berlin Serena really was on fire. Not many players can beat her when she plays at that level. Personally the matches I saw of her during this period convinced me this was the best she had played over an extended period of three tournaments since 2002/3. That Safina had the mental strength and quality of shots to beat Serena in this form was for me immensely surprising but having seen the match I felt it was simply great play from both girls and Safina deservedly edged it.

Safina remains the only girl to beat Serena Williams this year when Serena was playing well, quite an achievement.

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I have to agree with GoVandRena on the Safina selection. Yeah Dinara last two tournaments had many great highlights but the thing that made Dinara's win over Serena so impressive was that she wasn't beating a slumping sloppy Serena like the one who played in Roland Garros she beat an in form at the top of her game Serena. During Miama, Charleston and Berlin Serena really was on fire. Not many players can beat her when she plays at that level. Personally the matches I saw of her during this period convinced me this was the best she had played over an extended period of three tournaments since 2002/3. That Safina had the mental strength and quality of shots to beat Serena in this form was for me immensely surprising but having seen the match I felt it was simply great play from both girls and Safina deservedly edged it.

Safina remains the only girl to beat Serena Williams this year when Serena was playing well, quite an achievement.
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I have to agree with GoVandRena on the Safina selection. Yeah Dinara last two tournaments had many great highlights but the thing that made Dinara's win over Serena so impressive was that she wasn't beating a slumping sloppy Serena like the one who played in Roland Garros she beat an in form at the top of her game Serena. During Miama, Charleston and Berlin Serena really was on fire. Not many players can beat her when she plays at that level. Personally the matches I saw of her during this period convinced me this was the best she had played over an extended period of three tournaments since 2002/3. That Safina had the mental strength and quality of shots to beat Serena in this form was for me immensely surprising but having seen the match I felt it was simply great play from both girls and Safina deservedly edged it.

Safina remains the only girl to beat Serena Williams this year when Serena was playing well, quite an achievement.
Yep. Her lost to Jankovic was horrible as was her Srebotnik match. I wasn't that disappointed in the Safina match because I know she played well enough.

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