Nah, I still say AO is her best shot. That's where she plays her best tennis, imo.
*but I think I get what you're saying, being as the FO is so wide open.
Don't forget USO. People underrate her there because of her results on paper, but for the last three years she had the fainting episode, lost to Serena playing her best tennis of the event in R3, then lost to Serena again in F. With both presumably being top 4 seeds I expect her to do very well on the New York HC. And regarding her ranking, I expect her to do well to regain some points lost in the first half of the season during the USO lead ups.
AO & US: Second favorite behind Serena. Unlike on grass, on a great serving day she could possibly beat Serena, but it's nothing to bet on.
Serena > Vika > Maria > The rest.
Wim: On a fairly short list of players who could win, but is always going to be at the mercy of a Serena or probably even Petra. f those players flop she's with Sharapova as being proficient enough on the surface and consistent enough that she should be able to win.
Serena >>> Petra > Some Spoiler(like Venus) > Vika > Maria > The rest.
FO: Her worst slam. The clay takes away any bite on her groundstrokes making her look rather pedestrian. She has a lot to work on on the surface and can be beaten by quite a few players. Her last two results are QF, 4R, not bad but being subjective she just doesn't look convincing on the surface at all.
Sharapova > Stosur > Random Claycourter > Vika > Serena.
And don't mind Smitten yall
I thought I heard someone say he claimed Azarenka wouldn't win a slam?