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Muguruza really had the most bizarre career. Half the time she looked like she'd rather be anywhere else but on the court.

The fact that her two slams (and a WTA finals win!) are part of a career haul of just 10 titles in total is so strange as well. Compare with the other two-time major champions of her generation - Vika has 21 titles, Simona 24 and Petra 31!
 
Muguruza really had the most bizarre career. Half the time she looked like she'd rather be anywhere else but on the court.

The fact that her two slams (and a WTA finals win!) are part of a career haul of just 10 titles in total is so strange as well. Compare with the other two-time major champions of her generation - Vika has 21 titles, Simona 24 and Petra 31!
Yes, Garbine really made sure to peak at a big tournament at least once a year for 6-7 seasons. Good for her for basically guaranteeing a Hall of Fame induction for herself though!
 
Unfortunately for Danielle, no one in the WTA can pull herself up off the mat quite like Aryna.
Although I guess Rybakina deserves a mention after today...

Putintseva still behaving like a bratty teenager on court when she's knocking 30 is just embarrassing.
 
With the men's tournament collapsing at the seams due to injuries, the women's final was exactly what was needed. The two best players in the world right now, pushing each other all the way. Can't wait for Rome and Roland Garros now.
 
Muchova back on the practice court after wrist surgery. I believe she said she hopes to be back competing by the time the grass swing starts.

 
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