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Sat 6 Oct 18 #1 
BBandicoot
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This one is completely non-important, I'm just curious.

Chris Evert and Chris Evert Lloyd come up together all the time in the Women's Tennis categories, with one being right and one wrong.

Is this correct - we should know which slams were won before and after her marriage?

Is this incorrect - Chris Evert and Chris Evert Lloyd are the same person so both should be the right answer?

There is also Justine Henin/Justine Henin-Hardenne.

Both women went back to their maiden names after their marriages ended, so they are probably the most confusing examples.




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Sat 6 Oct 18 #2 
JMK
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Hmmm, tricky. Maybe it needs to have the maiden name with a note about the name they used when they won. A bit too much to expect people to know which name they were using when they won a particular title.




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Sun 7 Oct 18 #3 
BBandicoot
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I think you're right, JMK. I'll take a closer look at the grand slam categories. 




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Sun 7 Oct 18 #4 
Nemesis
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Isn't is just a question of ensuring that Chris Evert and Chris Evert-Lloyd can't appear as possible answers at the same time?  I thought there was some means of manually selecting the incorrect options?

 




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Sun 7 Oct 18 #5 
JMK
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Unfortunately the only way to stop them appearing against each other is to put both answers against each match they won. It seems better to just keep to their maiden names, especially as that is the name they are currently using. 




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