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Jeffery Jan 9th, 2013 01:05 AM

Which was Serena's easiest road to a Slam title?
 
Out of Cakewalkrena's recent slam titles, which one was the easiest? :confused:


Serena Williams, 2010 Australian Open
U Radwanska :spit:
P Kvitova
C Suarez Navarro :sobbing:
Samantha Stosur in Australia :spit:
Chokerenka
Li Na
J Comebacknin :shrug:

Serena Williams, 2010 Wimbledon
M Larcher de Brito :shrug:
A corpse :sobbing:
D Cibulkova
Shoulderpova :spit:
Li Na :wavey:
P Kvitova
V Zvonareva in a final :tape:

Serena Williams, 2012 US Open
C Vandeweghe
MJMS :sad:
E Makarova
A Hlavackova :help:
A Ivanovic :rolleyes:
S Errani :help:
Chokerenka


Nicolás89 Jan 9th, 2013 01:08 AM

Re: Which was Serena's easiest road to a Slam title?
 
US Open 2002.

sweetadri06 Jan 9th, 2013 01:11 AM

Re: Which was Serena's easiest road to a Slam title?
 
you're joking right?

legalise# Jan 9th, 2013 01:19 AM

Re: Which was Serena's easiest road to a Slam title?
 
How were either of the 2010 ones 'cakewalks'?

dsanders06 Jan 9th, 2013 01:19 AM

Re: Which was Serena's easiest road to a Slam title?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by legalise# (Post 22716102)
How were either of the 2010 ones 'cakewalks'?

:spit:

TheDream Jan 9th, 2013 01:28 AM

Re: Which was Serena's easiest road to a Slam title?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by legalise# (Post 22716102)
How were either of the 2010 ones 'cakewalks'?

i know right. :shrug: those weren't easy draws at all.

legalise# Jan 9th, 2013 01:35 AM

Re: Which was Serena's easiest road to a Slam title?
 
Well okay, I understand about Wimbledon, but the AO? I think there's distance between the 'easiness' of that one compared to the latter two.

producer88 Jan 9th, 2013 01:36 AM

Re: Which was Serena's easiest road to a Slam title?
 
Not a GS but Olympics...Never seen such a dominate play in such a prestige tournament, arena, and event. 6-0 6-1 against Sharapova in a final explains it all.

danieln1 Jan 9th, 2013 01:42 AM

Re: Which was Serena's easiest road to a Slam title?
 
2012 US Open was a joke of a draw.

Headcase slumping Ivanovic in QF, Errani in a SF is everything you could ask for, it was a ridiculous luxury training on Ashe Stadium.

Pidgeon Azarenka in the final.

TheLegendof Jan 9th, 2013 01:43 AM

Re: Which was Serena's easiest road to a Slam title?
 
:lol: You tried it.

shoryuken Jan 9th, 2013 01:47 AM

Re: Which was Serena's easiest road to a Slam title?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by producer88 (Post 22716170)
Not a GS but Olympics...Never seen such a dominate play in such a prestige tournament, arena, and event. 6-0 6-1 against Sharapova in a final explains it all.


ZeroSumGame Jan 9th, 2013 01:52 AM

Re: Which was Serena's easiest road to a Slam title?
 
[quote=GameSet&Match;22716053]Out of Cakewalkrena's recent slam titles, which one was the easiest? :confused:

:lol::lol: Yess gotta be 12USO :lol:

harloo Jan 9th, 2013 02:24 AM

Re: Which was Serena's easiest road to a Slam title?
 
Serena has won slams in every era she's played so it doesn't really matter who the competition was at those slams. She would have won anyways. Then again since the OP supports a player who's been given many cakewalk slam draws she couldn't take advantage of due to poor play I understand the bitterness.;)

ronmi Jan 9th, 2013 02:31 AM

Re: Which was Serena's easiest road to a Slam title?
 
She's had so many, why limit it to just these three? :confused:

Anyway, to answer, 2012 US Open. Many Tier 1 wins are way more impressive.

debopero Jan 9th, 2013 02:31 AM

Re: Which was Serena's easiest road to a Slam title?
 
Wimbledon 2010 or US Open 2012.

But to be fair, any player who has multiple Grand Slam wins is bound to have some that are easier than others. I am sure if we dissected either Graf or Navratilova's slams wins we would find some pretty pathetic draws :tape: .


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