Keep calm and be gay.
The only ones with 1 slam and world #1.
How is she a better ambassador of the sport? By quitting at 29 to become a WAG for some footballer? You're definitely right, Billie Jean King would be proud.Ivanovic is a better ambassador of the sport and that is not even an issue.
HAHAHAHA. That's fucking hilarious, "everything but accomplishments speak in her favor." Guess we'll just have to ask Newport whether accomplishments are more important than some nutjob fans' entirely subjective opinions.More talented, versatile player, everything but accomplishments speak in her favor.
Ivanovic's RG run is one of the weakest Slam title routes of the past three decades. Ironically it's Wozniacki herself becoming a Slam champion that's slightly elevated Ivanovic's run - prior to this AO, RG 2008 was the only Slam-winning run in the past 28 years that didn't involve beating a past or future Slam champion.Wozniacki has a backhand, no forehand.
Ivanovic has a forehand, no backhand.
Wozniacki beat some MM opponents and weak #1 for her first Slam late in career.
Ivanovic beat some decent top 10 players on clay to win her first Slam early in career.
I don't see why winning a major late in your career is worse than winning it at the start? Is Novotna's Wimbledon devalued by this logic? Wozniacki has at least displayed the mental fortitude needed for career longevity, as opposed to backing into a Slam and gagging on it for the next eight years.In terms of natural talent I suppose Ivanovic is better, but overall numbers and achievements Wozniacki. However considering how long it took Wozniacki to win a major I fail to see how she can be considered the greater player? :shrug: