I agree that Radwanska and Hingis have similiar games but Hingis executed it much better, both patiently wait for the oppostion to make a mistake before they pounce but Hingis just did it with such grace and guile like no other player could ever equal her variety, Aga pales in comparison but I do like her game, it has the same variety which is much needed in the 'ball bashing' hum-drum tennis we see too much of today. Off court Hingis also played chess, spoke 5 languages fluently and acquired a great study in the 'male species' of which she became quite an expert on!
Jankovic at her dramatic best will lead, throw the lead away, spot you a massive lead in the third set, decide to come back with some blazing retrieving and backhands, almost comeback, and then hand you the win, possibly with back to back double faults or netted forehands. You have no agency in this match. You might start to wonder if you have free will. Perhaps solipsism is true after all - is it Jankovic's world and you're simply allowed to live exist in it? It's basically existential waterboarding.