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View Poll Results: Which world #5 is the best player at her peak? Hantuchova, Chakvetadze or Kerber?
Daniela Hantuchova 76 41.08%
Anna Chakvetadze 47 25.41%
Angelique Kerber 62 33.51%
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Re: Which world #5 is the best player at her peak? Hantuchova, Chakvetadze or Kerber?

Kerber.
Hantuchova leading this.
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Re: Which world #5 is the best player at her peak? Hantuchova, Chakvetadze or Kerber?

Sammug is a joke of a poster, such a tard.
Kerber should win this poll easily, that's not the case but not surprising seeing as tennis knowledge is generally low on this forum.
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Re: Which world #5 is the best player at her peak? Hantuchova, Chakvetadze or Kerber?

On their peaks: Daniela>Angelique>Anna
On their carrer so far: Daniela>Anna>Angelique
On their quality of tennis: Daniela>Angelique>Anna
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Re: Which world #5 is the best player at her peak? Hantuchova, Chakvetadze or Kerber?

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Hantuchova is always so overrated in polls here.
Say it again!!!!

Dani is as overrated as her looks.

Kerber wins hands down.

Not sure why Anna is even in this discussion, but I guess someone is needed to come in dead last.

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Hantuchova is so overrated. It's clearly Kerber.
This. She has such B-level talent in my opinion.

I voted for Chak.
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Daniela won Indian Wells twice. Neither Anna nor Angie has got a comparable title in her collection.
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Daniela won Indian Wells twice. Neither Anna nor Angie has got a comparable title in her collection.
Moscow when it mattered.

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R32 H2H (7) SAFINA, DINARA (RUS) 10 W 6-1 6-2
R16 H2H SCHIAVONE, FRANCESCA (ITA) 12 W 7-6(3) 6-4
Q H2H (2) SHARAPOVA, MARIA (RUS) 3 W W/O
S H2H (4) DEMENTIEVA, ELENA (RUS) 7 W 7-5 3-6 6-0
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Re: Which world #5 is the best player at her peak? Hantuchova, Chakvetadze or Kerber?

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Moscow when it mattered.

MOSCOW SEE ALL MOSCOW RESULTS FOR CHAKVETADZE
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R32 H2H (7) SAFINA, DINARA (RUS) 10 W 6-1 6-2
R16 H2H SCHIAVONE, FRANCESCA (ITA) 12 W 7-6(3) 6-4
Q H2H (2) SHARAPOVA, MARIA (RUS) 3 W W/O
S H2H (4) DEMENTIEVA, ELENA (RUS) 7 W 7-5 3-6 6-0
F H2H (5) PETROVA, NADIA (RUS) 5 W 6-4 6-4
Moscow was always a sham Tier 1

Slam SFs > Tier 1 titles, and Kerber has 2 Slam SFs to one apiece for the other two, so....
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Moscow was always a sham Tier 1

Slam SFs > Tier 1 titles, and Kerber has 2 Slam SFs to one apiece for the other two, so....
And Hantuchova has made many more Slam QFs than Kerber

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No doubt about it: Hantuchova!
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Re: Which world #5 is the best player at her peak? Hantuchova, Chakvetadze or Kerber?

Going with AnnaC because her head wins matches. Moving the ball around the court with precision. That's my preferred tennis, anyway.

Daniela had powerful strokes, but seems to have lost that now - the consistency of hitting with power from the baseline.

Angelique has power plus a 'touch' to her game (droppers, slices). Works very hard.

They're all very effective peak players, but I'd rather have/watch Anna as a top player.

Unfortunate as it often is in tennis these days, the power player most often wins matches.
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Re: Which world #5 is the best player at her peak? Hantuchova, Chakvetadze or Kerber?

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And Hantuchova has made many more Slam QFs than Kerber
One Slam QF more, exactly. Despite being 5 years older, too.

Kerber: two SFs, one QF
Hantuchova: one SF, three QF
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Re: Which world #5 is the best player at her peak? Hantuchova, Chakvetadze or Kerber?

Even though I think Kerber's level this year is better than almost anything that the other two have ever produced, I would still say that Chakvetadze is the most talented tennis player of all three though; You can't teach the kind of instincts for the game that she had.

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