Here, as in men’s tennis, GS is NOT the only measure, although those who debate the other way, count them more. One of the core determinants of GOAT status in an individual sport such as tennis is your competition. Unlike in the men ’s, where the golden era is upon us, and 3 of the top players are all playing in the same era (more or less). On the women’s side this is NOT the case at all.
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Serena Williams has played pro tennis for 20 years and is still an incredible competitor. Since winning her first Grand Slam in 1999, sh’s gone on to win 22 more. It might seem like a no-brainer to call Williams the women’s tennis GOAT, or greatest of all time, but one woman surpasses her.
Tennis icon Serena Williams is being debated as the greatest of all time — FYI: that’s GOAT, for short — between passionate fans and dimwit players alike. Forbes Magazine isn’t debating.
It has become a modern obsession of sports fans and commentators to crown a GOAT.For many who care for an opinion, the dominance of Serena Williams over the ...
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She is still one Grand Slam shy of equaling the legendary Margaret Court’s record tally of 24 Major titles, but Serena Williams, for many, is the sole claimant to the mantle of ‘GOAT’ in women’s tennis, if she isn’t already.
Tennis achievements that predate the Open Era are not included. Why Open Era only? The reason is simple: the GOAT Points formula on which Open Era GOAT List is based needs detailed information about all matches players played. Unfortunately, this information is available for a wide audience only for the Open Era. GOAT Lists by surface
While many female athletes stand a great distance above their competitors, one woman who I feel deserves more recognition among GOATs is U.S. tennis player Serena Williams. Now 39 years old, just four years younger than Brady, Williams has been the dominant force in the world of women’s tennis for more than 20 years –– and she shows no signs of stopping anytime soon.