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Lindsay Davenport - 1999 Wimbledon Champion


Serena Williams - 1999 U.S Open Champiom


Lindsay Davenport - 2000 Australian Open Champion


Mary Pierce - 2000 French Open Champion although she's not an American

Venus Williams - 2000 Wimbledon Champion
Venus Williams - 2000 U.S. Open Champion


Jennifer Capriati - 2001 Australian Open Champion

Jennifer Capriati - 2001 French Open Champion


Venus Williams - 2001 Wimbledon Champion


Venus Williams - 2001 U.S. Open Champion



Jennifer Capriati - Australian Open Champion (sorry couldn't find any new ones)


KEEP IT UP GIRLS!!!!!!!
 

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How impressive! What is about the US that enables us to perform at such a high level in tennis? We are one of the most populous countries on the planet, albeit not the most populous (China, India). We're also one of the richest countries in the world per capita, but not the only rich country (see Japan, and many European countries). Maybe it is the combination of the two also combined with the spirit of individualism that pervades American society. Hmmm......or maybe it's just luck.

I'm just so proud to be an American.
 

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They're just sweeping everything!! :eek: :eek:
 

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This just demonstrates why I'm so confused as to why the American media complains there aren't enough American starts in tennis for it to be popular in the US :confused:

Perhaps if they mean ONLY mens tennis, but they tend to ignore the fact that for the moment at least, American women are dominating women's tennis.

Yet unfortunately people seem to be so consumed by football, hockey, etc. that they could care less.
 
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