^^ Jameka's statistic is falsified by the fact that Justine started peaking in RG in 2004 and you're seriously not going to use 2010 as some kind of indicator. Was far from being Justine's best season on clay actually. The three consecutive times Justine won RG from 2005 to 2007, Serena only has one QF --
In Justine's dominance in RG, she was citing a whole lot of injuries before RG, left ankle in 2006, ankle and lack of fitness apparently in 2005. The one time they met in 2007, Serena just lost flat and straight.
Peak Serena vs Peak Henin would not be such an easily predetermined result. In fact, one could say this match already occurred at the 2003 French Open (2007 Justine was arguably better by a hair but these two years are undoubtedly her best on tour), in which Serena was in a winning position in the 3rd before the drama started.
2007 Justine was far more superior to 2003. Serena took 4 and 3 in RG -- that's by a hair.
There's no real argument that peak Justine would defeat any versions of peak/prime Serena on clay --
You use 2003 because it suits your argument and the match also went three but Rena tards always have a tendency to underrate 2007 because she was getting thumped left and right by Justine in a year where Serena had won the Australian Open hence was still in her prime. She just didn't have enough game with her one-dimensionality, it's as simple as that.
Roland-Garros also was the easiest win she had on Serena the whole year. 7 games, compared to the other majors where Serena at least made it even close. Hell, even on grass, Justine needed 3 sets to get past Serena -- I mean the gap between Serena and Justine on clay is quadruple the distance between us and the inhabitants of the planet Pluto.
Pierce, Capriati & Serena winning is SLIGHTLY different to Schiavone and Na
Nice try but I'll tell it to you anyways, Serena's RG 2002 was a total fluke. First she beat her sister who was a total club-level amateur in that F missing shots while 5 centimeters away from the net.
Second most of the players she beat to make that final were extremely far from being potent on clay, bar Capriati in which it took her 3, Zvonareva et al.
Pierce was hurt in 2001 and while 130th in the world still managed to make a QF in RG where Serena picked her apart with ease, 1 and 1. Venus showed couple years after that she was even much more of a fluke on clay, Serena's RG was as easy as it can be, even Victoria could have done the very same considering her better aptitudes than Serena on these slower surfaces.
Last in all, stop trying to make her RG relevant it's simply not. The last few years, she has not even backed up that W with at least another F even some consistent SF would have been good enough.