Re: Is Venus tarnishing her legacy?
A person who has a never give up attitude, who is doing what they are passionate about, who is rising in the rankings, who beat quality top players last season, who won a tournament, who manged to qualify for the Olympics by getting her ranking up on her worse surface clay....how can a person like that tarnish their legacy?
If anything she is an inspiration. Should Masha have quit after she was double gabbled by Davenport, should Serena have quit when she was sent packing in the first round of a major? Sure she may risk turning around some H2Hs and lowering her winning percentages, but that's all secondary at this point.
I tell my fellow Serena fans Masha and Vika will, at some point, get a win over Serena again, I told anyone who would listen Serena wasn't washed up in 2005 when she lost to Crabas, and I'm telling you now don't sleep on Venus. I don't think she'll have her old consistent results but she will ALWAYS be dangerous. She WILL beat the top players and one more run at the slams isn't as unthinkable as some seem to believe.
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