Mmmmm I thank her for all those yummy DFs it was awesome.
The woods are hopeless. Don't waste your time, they will be destroyed. So will the marsh. It is a losing game mankind has played for more than a century. Sadness is what you are, do not deny it. The universe is a lonely place, a painful place. This is what we can share between us, period.
Much easier to have a good win-loos record playing ITFs and WTA qualifiers than playing WTA main draws.
22 out of those 32 victories were in two 50k ITFs + Wimbledon qualifiers + WTA qualifiers.
Besides her Wimbledon and US Open runs with 7 GS MD wins, only 3 other were WTA MD wins, in 4 WTA MDs entered.
In these 3 WTA MD wins she defeated a WC player who's was not even in the WTA rankings (Hilary Barte) + #141 Olga Savchuk + #29 Aleksandra Wozniak.
So outside Wimbledon and US Open the only remarkable victory she had was defeating #29 Aleksandra Wozniak; her only other top 120 win was defeating #85 Varvara Lepchenko.
Win - loss record devided into different qualifier and main draw categories:
Re: BOMBSHELL: Melanie Oudin was 32-7 from Charleston-US Open 2009!!
Her mind is in such a bad place, she's in the tennis version of hell. It's very hard to salvage a career from the place she's in. Jelena Dokic was in her league of "forgotten how to play" for a while, Vaidisova endured it for a few months before her retirement too. But with Oudin's marginal talent, it's going to be even more difficult to get her career back.
Casey Dellacqua, Jelena Jankovic, Anna-Lena Groenefeld,
Jelena Dokic, Mirjana Lucic, Sara Tomic, Sloane Stephens
Jarmila Gajdosova, Melanie Oudin, Kaia Kanepi, Alison Riske