Originally Posted by NYCtennisfan
I think he underachieved Grand Slam wise.
Yes I see your point. Considering that Muster was a constant fixture in the top 25 for 8 or 9 years, maybe he underachieved a bit overall in that category, even though he won a Slam of course. He has a few SF and QFs, but maybe he could have added a few other ones. Also a few years in Roland Garros he just got bitchslapped by other good players like Courier (twice) or Stich (who had one last great run back then and was capable winning against everybody on every surface), Kuerten, and ran into them quite early.
But I think Muster doesn't/shouldn't complain, he was a very hard worker, had one hell of a comeback from his very severe injury/accident which probably means in most cases the end of the career for most players, he won enough Mickey Mouses and other titles, he won lots of Masters, reached #1 and the cherry on the cake: French Open