Which players made the most out of their career?
This is sort of poll, which players fullfilled their potential, used their chances, won as much as their talent promised, found good circumstances and were able to make the most out of it.
Here is 1 example for each category:
category 1) Made the most out of it, who would have thought she'd win 4 Grand Slam titles? Not the most talented out there, but with her always optimistic attitude she survived in matches that many others would have lost. The stabbing on Seles also opened doors for her she succesfully used, too. For her standard she won more than the Tennis world expected.
2) C. Evert:
category 2) Her consitency is unreached, and that over a timespan of almost 20 years. Not playing the Australian nor French Open in the mid-70s prevented her from winning more major titles, but Jaeger's and especially Austin's burn-out gave her the chance to make up for that. She fullfilled the expectations, could have won more at some point, but was also lucky at other stages in her career.
3) Tracy Austin:
category 3) Number one player at age 17, US Open winner at 16, she was the future star of women's Tennis, but could hardly play due to injuries after her teenage years. She wasn't given the opportunity to reach her full potential and, after all, didn't win as much as one had thought at the beginning.
Just copy and paste the names and rate the players (top 4 players from 1968 to 1998):