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brunof
Jun 14th, 2003, 05:56 AM
Is there a chance? I mean she has 80 career doubles titles (Throw In: It's late; 2:00 AM and I first wrote points instead of titles. That would push her right into the record books? :rolleyes: ) She is of such cool character, couldn't they do it because of that? But seriously, 80 is a lot; no? Or not enough?

Rtael
Jun 14th, 2003, 05:59 AM
Well....4 singles titles, 80 doubles, 18 doubles grand slams, and 2 Mixes Doubles is pretty convincing....I'd say yes....

brunof
Jun 14th, 2003, 06:06 AM
SINGLES — Winner (4 WTA Tour): 1999 - Eastbourne; 1994 - Chicago; 1990 - Brisbane, Sydney; 1987 - ITF/Taranto-ITA; 1986 - ITF/Bethesda-USA, ITF/Bournemouth-GBR. finalist (15): 1995 - Indian Wells; 1994 - Miami, Hilton Head, Zurich; 1993 - Filderstadt; 1991 - Birmingham; 1989 - Hilton Head, Moscow; 1988 - Roland Garros, Eastbourne, Canadian Open, Worcester; 1987 - Little Rock, Chicago; 1986 - Little Rock.
DOUBLES — Winner (0): 2002 - Madrid (w/Navratilova); 2000 - Hannover (w/Carlsson), Hamburg (w/Kournikova); 1999 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (w/Davenport); 1998 - Season-Ending Championships (w/Davenport), Indian Wells (w/Davenport), German Open (w/Davenport), Stanford (w/Davenport), San Diego (w/Davenport), Los Angeles (w/Hingis), Filderstadt (w/Davenport), Moscow (w/Pierce); 1997 - Australian Open (w/Hingis), Roland Garros (w/G. Fernandez), Wimbledon (w/G. Fernandez), Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (w/Davenport), Indian Wells (w/Davenport), Miami (w/Sanchez-Vicario), Strasbourg (w/Sukova), Moscow (w/Sanchez-Vicario); 1996 - US Open (w/G.Fernandez), Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (w/G. Fernandez), Los Angeles (w/Davenport); 1995 - Roland Garros (w/G. Fernandez), US Open (w/G. Fernandez), Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (w/G. Fernandez), Italian Open (w/G. Fernandez), San Diego (w/G. Fernandez), Los Angeles (w/G. Fernandez), Filderstadt (w/G. Fernandez); 1994 - Australian Open (w/G. Fernandez), Roland Garros (w/G. Fernandez), Wimbledon (w/G. Fernandez), Season-Ending Championships (w/G. Fernandez), Miami (w/G. Fernandez), Chicago (w/G. Fernandez), Italian Open (w/G. Fernandez), German Open (w/G. Fernandez), Eastbourne (w/G. Fernandez), Filderstadt (w/G. Fernandez), Philadelphia (w/G. Fernandez); 1993 - Australian Open (w/G. Fernandez), Roland Garros (w/G. Fernandez), Wimbledon (w/G. Fernandez), Season-Ending Championships (w/G. Fernandez), Delray Beach (w/G. Fernandez), Light ’n Lively Doubles (w/G. Fernandez), Hilton Head (w/G. Fernandez), German Open (w/G. Fernandez), Eastbourne (w/G. Fernandez), Leipzig (w/G. Fernandez), Filderstadt (w/G. Fernandez); 1992 - Roland Garros (w/G. Fernandez), Wimbledon (w/G. Fernandez), US Open (w/G. Fernandez), Boca Raton (w/Neiland), Hilton Head (w/Sanchez-Vicario), Amelia Island (w/Sanchez-Vicario), Zurich (w/Sukova), Oakland (w/G. Fernandez), Philadelphia (w/G. Fernandez); 1991 - Wimbledon (w/Neiland), US Open (w/Shriver), Boca Raton (w/Neiland), Hilton Head (w/Kohde-Kilsch), German Open (w/Neiland), Eastbourne (w/Neiland), Canadian Open (w/Neiland), Los Angeles (w/Neiland), Brighton (w/Shriver); 1990 - Birmingham (w/Neiland), Eastbourne (w/Neiland), Light ’n Lively Doubles (w/Neiland); 1989 - Roland Garros (w/Neiland), Chicago (w/Neiland), Amelia Island (w/Neiland), Birmingham (w/Neiland), Moscow (w/Neiland); 1988 - Indianapolis (w/Savchenko), Birmingham (w/Savchenko).
MIXED DOUBLES — Winner (2): 1995 - Australian Open (w/Leach); 1990 - Australian Open (w/Pugh).
ADDITIONAL: Soviet Fed Cup Team 1986-91. Soviet Olympic Team 1988. CIS Fed Cup Team 1992. CIS Olympic Team 1992. Belarus Fed Cup Team 1994, 1998-99. Belarus Olympic Team 1996, 2000.

Only Martina tops that I think....

brunof
Jun 14th, 2003, 06:13 AM
Oh forgot about Pammy and I guess Rosie too.

King Lindsay
Jun 14th, 2003, 06:17 AM
She was one of the best doubles player ever, and a pretty decent singles player too (career high #5, French Open finalist). I think that'll be enough.

BigB08822
Jun 14th, 2003, 07:19 AM
I think she should, for sure. :)

irma
Jun 14th, 2003, 07:26 AM
she has one thing against her. sad but true (and it has nothing to do with her tenniscareer)

Lee-Waters' Boy
Jun 14th, 2003, 08:14 AM
whats that irma?

irma
Jun 14th, 2003, 08:17 AM
she is not from the right country :o

Jordan.
Jun 14th, 2003, 08:20 AM
Go Natasha!

BasicTennis
Jun 14th, 2003, 08:23 AM
Go Vera!!!!

Jordan.
Jun 14th, 2003, 08:24 AM
:rolleyes: :wavey:

gorecki
Jun 14th, 2003, 02:38 PM
Natasha still has an active doubles ranking so i'm still wishing and hoping she might still play a couple of events this year...

Eastbourne? :sad: :cool:

but yes - she's deserves a spot in the Tennis Hall of Fame :cool:

gorecki
Jun 14th, 2003, 02:45 PM
yes Natasha is #55 on the doubles ranking this week :cool:

Lee-Waters' Boy
Jun 14th, 2003, 02:47 PM
she was top 30 pretty much all year because the first time she won a match last year (pretty much) was when they won madrid....now she'll start falling especially when the summer pts come off