Williams 4-0 final set) and as top seed at Roland Garros (led S.
No.9 Tauziat 61 60 in QF for first Top 10 win since Davenport at 1997 Sydney); won Qu Tbec City (d. 2000 - First Grand Slam SF in nine years at Australian Open (l. Williams to reach QF, first win over Top 6 player since November 1996; sidelined in April with right Achilles tendonitis and hindered by an elbow injury in June; qualified for season-ending Championships for first time since 1993; member of winning US Fed Cup team, winning a singles and doubles rubber in final vs.Williams (career-best performance there) after twice being a point of serving for the match in second set.2003 - Sixth Top 10 finish; started with consecutive opening round losses in Sydney and Australian Open (l. to defending and eventual champion Rubin after holding 2mp at 62 53 15-40 (Rubin serving); in doubles (as WC w/Serna), reached third doubles final (l. Likhovtseva trailing 4-1 first set w/right pectoral strain, also forcing withdrawal from Canadian Open; ended 28-tournament losing streak in New Haven, claiming 14th career title, benefiting from retirements of Mauresmo in SF and Davenport in final; career-third US Open SF and was two points from winning 10 times before losing three-hour-plus match to eventual champion Henin-Hardenne 46 75 76(4); withdrew from Shanghai w/right shoulder strain; reached SF of season-ending Championships, falling to No.1 Clijsters after leading 64 32 (with a break) while suffering from a right hip strain.Favorite movies are Meet Joe Black, Good Will Hunting and Old School. to Sabatini 64 75; in third Tour event, made Hilton Head final û d. to Navratilova); debuted on rankings at No.25 on April 9; youngest-ever semifinalist at Roland Garros aged 14 years, 2 months (l.1990 - In Tour debut at Boca Raton, became youngest-ever player to reach a pro final at 13 years, 11months; d. to Seles); ranking leapt from No.24 to No.13; at Wimbledon, youngest-ever seed in Grand Slam history (No.12), bettering Rinaldi by two days; won first title at Puerto Rico, d.THE INFORMATION WE COLLECT When you visit our website, we automatically collect data about the type of browser you are using, your domain name (the name of your internet service provider, or your company name), the time and length of your visit, the pages you view and the order in which you view them, and the site you last visited before coming to
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defending champion Navratilova in QF, forcing her earliest exit in 14 years); 16-match win streak, which included titles at San Diego û d.
No.1 Seles 76 third set in youngest Tour final in Open Era (combined age of 33 years) bettering Austin-Jaeger at 1980 Tampa by fourmonths û and Canadian Open (Toronto; d. reigning champion Sabatini at US Open and came within two points of defeating Seles in titanic SF (served formatch twice) before falling 63 36 76(3); qualified for season-ending Championships, reaching QF; won first Tour doubles title at Rome (w/Seles); improved season-ending ranking to No.6, a career-high at the time.
Garrison in final (fourth-youngest to win a title after Austin, Rinaldi and Jaeger) and rising to No.10, youngest-ever to be ranked in Top 10 at age 14 years, 235 days; youngest qualifier for season-ending Championships at 14 years, 8 months, stretching No.1 Graf to 3s in 1r; ended first season ranked No.8.
1991 - Won two titles and reached consecutive Grand Slam SF; aged 15 yrs, 95 days, youngest-ever semifinalist at Wimbledon (d.
No.1 Hingis, No.2 Davenport and No.4 Seles, the last three winners of tournament; became then-lowest seed (No.12) to win a Grand Slam title in Open Era (there was one unseeded winner); first player since Austin (1979 US Open) to d. 2002 - Won third Grand Slamsingles title in 13 months by defending Australian Open as No.1; d.