“There is not one that really stands out.”


Originally published on: 26/02/10 15:33

As Serbian star Jelena Jankovic prepares to compete at Indian Wells for the eighth time in her career, the former No.1 has claimed the current generation of youth that is steadily climbing towards the top of womens tennis still has some way to go before threatening the top seeds.

No one has made the impression that she can dominate, said Jankovic, who believes that herself, the Williams sisters and former albeit briefly world No.1 Maria Sharapova have nothing to fear from the youngsters just yet. Jankovic continued: There are ones you can see making the top 10, but there is not one that really stands out.

Ironically, the same accusation was made at Jankovic, Sharapova and Ana Ivanovic and co during the last half of 2008, with the


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