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"The Unworthy One" finishes an embarrassing year

This girl is such crap. She should be embarrassed. Other than breaking the single-season record for prize money, winning the most titles of anyone on tour, and winning more matches in a season than anyone has for 20 years, she has done absolutely nothing in Singles. And we all know Ai has been carrying her.

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I agree with it being an embarrasing year, but she was worthy of the number one.
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Anyone but Justine and Serena would kill for a year like that !

Great year for a great girl ! I hope her 2004 is even better than her 2003 !!
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wild guess...monica seles.

you always talk about her, don't ya?
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This girl is such crap. She should be embarrassed. Other than breaking the single-season record for prize money, winning the most titles of anyone on tour, and winning more matches in a season than anyone has for 20 years, she has done absolutely nothing in Singles. And we all know Ai has been carrying her.
Nothing to talk about now, she is not #1 anymore.
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I'm soooo embarassed for Kim.


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Yep...nice and all. 100 matches, this and that....so many singles victories, but at the two moments supremes, she got spanked: 6-0 6-4 and 7-5 6-1.

That´s all what is gonna be remembered.

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Yep...nice and all. 100 matches, this and that....so many singles victories, but at the two moments supremes, she got spanked: 6-0 6-4 and 7-5 6-1.

That´s all what is gonna be remembered.
I feel sorry for you. It's obvious that you're upset that Kim won.

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No, I feel great for her that she won..but it is just amazing that one could have won so many matches and yet still failed so badly on the biggest stages.

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Yep...nice and all. 100 matches, this and that....so many singles victories, but at the two moments supremes, she got spanked: 6-0 6-4 and 7-5 6-1.

That´s all what is gonna be remembered.
Don't forget the semifinals at the AO where she had two match points and Wimbeldon where she couldn't even take out an injured Venus, who beat her 6-1 in the final set.
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I feel sorry for you. It's obvious that you're upset that Kim won.
yeah you're right! kim i think has in a way proved herself with such a convincing win!!!

it doesn't matter now if she isn't number one, she's a fantastic player, and has proved herself twice in a row, like hewitt
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No, I feel great for her that she won..
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yeah you're right! kim i think has in a way proved herself with such a convincing win!!!

it doesn't matter now if she isn't number one, she's a fantastic player, and has proved herself twice in a row, like hewitt
I wouldn't talk too fast; Lleyton isn't even at this year's Masters because he failed to qualify.
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