Um ... I hate to bring it up guys, but Casanova has won a singles tournament, so maybe saying that she'll never be as good as Kournikova is a little off-base. Also, although Kournikova has better results at the Grand Slam tournaments, Casanova doesn't have the same experience. Eventually, she may be able to match Kournikova's Grand Slam results. It all depends on how you define what makes a good player. If Rodriguez did say that, then I don't think it's as outrageous as you're making it out to be.