No. Things like that are exactly why they were removed; in fact a better argument in favor of their removal cannot be made.
La Razz is one of my favorite active players (seriously!), but over 100 extra points (on top of the insane 100 she got just for winning that first-round match) would have been sheer lunacy, considering how dire her performance was throughout the duration of the calendar year.
I am somewhat in favor of bringing them back, but at a drastically reduced amount, and only for wins over a select few players (say, Top 10 or Top 20 at the most). No one should get quality points for beating #21 Lepchenko and indeed should have all of their points and money taken away should they lose to her.
I totally disagree. The fact is that match is the match that Virginie Razzano will be remembered for for years to come, long after everyone has forgotten the rest of her career because it is one of the greatest upsets in the open era, I would put it in the top 5, the fact that she is the only player to have EVER beaten Serena in a grand slam first round makes it even more incredible. To somehow give her no more points than the person who beat Aravane Rezai, for example, is ludicrous. The fact that the rest of Virginie's year was hopeless gives this one amazing match even more cachet.
The fact is that for players who don't win slams or make slam finals, having these big wins at slams is the only way they achieve tennis immortality. Take another example, Kathy Horvath. Who remembers her for anything but the biggest upset of the open era - her win over the unbeatable Martina Navratilova at Roland Garros 1983. The fact is that 1983 was not one of her best years, she dropped in the rankings, and she played much better in later years when she reached the top ten, nothing of which is at all memorable compared to that one win.
The issue about the 100 points for winning a first round match is a separate one - this is connected to the general ridiculous points inflation instigated a couple of years back loading points onto winning first rounds, as a way of dealing with the issue of the bagel girls - look at all the points for second rounds and the gap between winning two matches or one and the gap between winning a match and losing first round is completely skewed.