You're clueless as usual.Strong ATP image being much more consistent compared to WTA is solely a result of having 3 GOAT contenders (the so called BIG3) for the last 15-20 years. But this era is just coming to its end. In 2-3 years from now it's very likely ATP will be as "random" or as "consistent" as WTA and there's a good chance in the next wave it's WTA that becomes more predictable.
Medvedev: F Australia, Q French, 4r Wimbledon, W US Open
Zverev: Q Australia, S French, 4r Wimbledon, S US Open
Tsitsipas: S Australia, F French, 1r Wimbledon, 3r US Open
Berrettini: 4r Australia, Q French, F Wimbledon, Q US Open
Even if we exclude the Big 3, the current top men are much more consistent and reliable than the top women by a huge margin. Had Djokovic not been around, we would have had Medvedev winning Australia and the US Open, Tsitsipas winning the French and Berrettini winning Wimbledon. Definitely not a qualifier or a 25-year-old doubles specialist who had barely won any matches in their careers.
Also, without overanalyzing things, simply take a look at the current Indian Wells tournament and compare the men's draw with the women's. There's no need to look any further to have a clear picture.