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... do you think her year-end ranking would be?

Seriously. Remember a 45 year old will recover more slowly from tough matches, be more prone to injury and will recover more slowly form injury. The two week long tournaments would be a lot tougher. OTOH, you don't have to even win a tournament to be a top ten player.

To be seeded in a GS tournament, you don't have to ever make the QF's in anything. ANYTHING.

So how high could Martina climb? Given wildcards, could she earn enough points to be a legitemate seed at Wimbledon? Maybe the USOpen?Remember, 32 seeds.

The #32 ranked player, Cristina Torrens Valero, has 900 points.
 

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I think Navratilova would be 50 but no more. Yeah yeah, she has beaten Arantxa but ahem Arantxa isnt very fine...

I think she can be there and btw I think she can win Birmingham <img src="wink.gif" border="0"> <img src="wink.gif" border="0">
 

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I don't know.... <br />Depends...<br />People are impressed with how work she did with Seles in that exhibition, of course Seles didn't play with all her intensity against her. Of course if this match was in another situation, Seles would play better, and trying her hard. I guess in that match she was playing relaxed, and not pressured. So I guess that Martina still made Seles worked a little bit more harder. <br />Navratilova still can make some players being defeated. But I'm not sure she would be able to defeat the top 15... Some smalls little titles I guess she could win... Like Sonfo mentined Birmigham, and Auckland (maybe <img src="rolleyes.gif" border="0"> )<br />But I guess in the top 70 she would be probably <img src="wink.gif" border="0">
 
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