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  1. Graf retired at the age of 30… She became 30 in June 1999 and retired 8 weeks later. Up to that point, she had won 107 singles titles. Serena doesn't even come close to that at the age of 38. Serena has "only" won 72 singles titles… When Serena was 30 years old, she only had won 37 singles titles.

    1971 – 1989 – 18 active years – 157 singles titles – 18 Grand Slam titles – Evert (230 finals)
    1973 – 1994 – 21 active years – 167 singles titles – 18 Grand Slam titles – Navratilova (239 finals)
    1982 – 1999 – 17 active years – 107 singles titles – 22 Grand Slam titles – Graf (138 finals)
    1995 – 2020 – 25 active years – 72 singles titles – 23 Grand Slam titles – Serena (97 finals)

    + Steffi did not even play from June 1997 to February 1998 because of a knee injury. She also missed the first 3 months of both 1995 and 1996 due to a back injury.

    Steffi Graf retired in August 1999, ranked #3 in the world and was the French Open champion and Wimbledon finalist of that season. 1999 was supposed to be her true comeback-year and boy oh boy if only had she played the US Open that year.

    Grand Slam singles finals:

    Evert: 6x AO – 9x FO – 10x W – 9x USO
    Navr: 6x AO – 6x FO – 12x W – 8x USO
    Graf: 5x AO – 9x FO – 9x W – 8x USO
    Serena: 8x AO – 4x FO – 11x W – 10x USO

  2. Helen Wills Moody should be in the top 10. No way Hingis should be in the top 10. Hingis was great for only about 3 years. It's close between Serena, Navratilova and Graf at the top. I would vote for Navratilova due to how many titles she had in combined singles, doubles and mixed doubles.

  3. i love steffi so much 😍😍 i think lindsay davenport could be included on the honorable mentions list despite not doing so well in slam finals she won so many titles, had an even h2h with hingis, was number multiple times in her career, and got to so many slam finals, and more! good list though. as a fan of tennis for over a decade, don’t let random youtubers who don’t know tennis tell you that the list is bad

  4. Give Margaret Court and Billie Jean King today's racquets and watch out. Navratilova would beat Serena Williams. Williams is very inconsistent.

  5. Probably the most accurate list in its truest form. Absolutely nailed it. Let's see what it looks like 15 years later with the young guns like Coco Gauf.

  6. Well, since Graf's 22 majors, what MOJO obsessed about, was so important, I'm sure MOJO will update, to remain relevant, since Graf's record is down. Serena is GOAT.

  7. Graf, Hingis, Henin, Williams are my top five. Agree that Monica Seles is the greatest 'what if' in tennis history though

  8. Serena is not only one of the best tennis players of all time she is one of the best athletes of all time women and men. Yall need to stop.


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