It's been all downhill for Capriati since amazing comeback versus Hingis

The Australian Open has proved to be a watershed moment for some like Martina Navratilova. For others, it proved to be a last hurrah. Joel Drucker looks at the best women's matches from Down Under.

Updated: January 11, 2008, 4:09 PM ET
By Joel Drucker | Special to ESPN.com

On Wednesday, we took a look at the five best Australian Open men's matches. The women have had no shortage of drama either. Here are the five most notable matches of the Open era.

1. 2002 Finals: Never Say Die Jennifer Capriati def. Martina Hingis, 4-6, 7-6 (7), 6-2

Capriati was the holder, the late-blooming former prodigy who'd at last delivered. Hingis was the whiz kid, a three-time champ from '97-'99 who'd lost in the last two finals and was hankering to win her first ...

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