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Date: 18 Jan 2009 13:51:47
From: KNIFE!
Subject: Seles would be GOAT without the KNIFING
Gunther did his job.




 
Date: 18 Jan 2009 11:36:48
From: Raja
Subject: Re: Seles wouldnt be even talked of as a GOAT without the KNIFING
On Jan 18, 7:51=A0am, KNIFE! <rec.sport.ten...@mail.com > wrote:
> Gunther did his job.

Seles got lucky



 
Date: 18 Jan 2009 08:20:36
From: stephenj
Subject: Re: Seles would be GOAT without the KNIFING
> KNIFE! wrote:
> Gunther did his job.

no, but she'd have been the player of the 90s.




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Date: 18 Jan 2009 10:22:23
From: Quincy
Subject: Re: Seles would be GOAT without the KNIFING
On Jan 18, 3:20=A0pm, stephenj <s...@cox.com > wrote:
> =A0> KNIFE! wrote:
> > Gunther did his job.
>
> no, but she'd have been the player of the 90s.

G=FCnter is the player ot the 90s. About 10 slams with one single
stroke. This ain't that bad, no?


  
Date: 18 Jan 2009 07:03:04
From: Calimero
Subject: Re: Seles would be GOAT without the KNIFING
On Jan 18, 3:20=A0pm, stephenj <s...@cox.com > wrote:
> =A0> KNIFE! wrote:
> > Gunther did his job.
>
> no, but she'd have been the player of the 90s.


Well, she won 9 slams in the 90ies, Graf 14.
With 5 more for her and 1 less for Graf she would lead Graf 14-13 in
the 90ies. Hmm ...

But Graf's 5 Wimbledons would be more important. I'd still give Graf
the nod.


Max