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Old Sep 27th, 2012, 05:30 PM   #272
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Re: Martina Hingis, overrated?

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Originally Posted by AcesHigh View Post
Talent doesn't make you a great champion.
Hard work, perseverance and strength of will are all as important as talent.

That's why Hingis will never be considered on the same level of Venus, Henin, or Serena.
Fair enough. So that is also why Serena will never be considered on the same level of Evert, Court, Graf or Navratilova. Good to have that estabilished, it keeps the yappering at much lower levels now.
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