She was heavily injured. Science doesn't lie. Put whatever you want in capital letters, it's a fact.
I'm not sure what you're getting at with this reply to my post. Plus, I didn't use any "capital letters".
But you act as if she could never play tennis again.
She plays WTT and is still quite formidable.
Even before that
, she made a comeback after a 2+ year retirement and did quite
well in 2010 and 2011, for someone you claim was "heavily injured".
You need to do the necessary research before making such unsubstantiated statements.
She simply could not compete with the new style of tennis
There's no need to feel ashamed of that fact because it happens to great players all the time.
The other top WTA players at the time of her return simply surpassed her level of play.
Where is all this imaginary stuff coming from????
no Olympic Medals , no French Open title
The imaginary stuff, inflation of achievements, and embellishments seem to have no end.