female tennis players of 90s




4 in singles in 1996 and world No. 19 in singles and world No. 22 in singles in 1983 and world No.

Ranked world No. 3 in singles in 2018 Singles: Ranked world No.

8 at the end of the year in 1928 , Ranked world No.

4 at the end of the year in 1964 1965 U.S. Championships women's doubles champion 1966 Australian Championships women's doubles champion, Ranked world No.

15 in doubles in 1988, Ranked world No. 8 in doubles in 2001 Singles: 1999 US Open quarterfinalist 1999 WTA Finals quarterfinalist. 28 in doubles in 1987, Ranked world No.

8 at the end of the year in 1956, Ranked world No. 19 in singles and world No. 13 in doubles in 1993, Ranked world No.

21 in singles in 2005 and world No. 9 in singles in 1996 and world No. 9 in singles in 1988 and world No. 3 at the end of the year in 1957 , 1955/1958 French Championships semifinalist, Ranked world No. 72 in singles and world No.

2 in singles in 2014 and world No. 1 for a total of 262 weeks from 1975 through 1982 and in 1985 , Ranked world No. tennis navratilova martina famous lesbians wimbledon jordan michael legends 1978 baltimore gong qi atp techniques rules soccer equipment sport play 28 in doubles in 2002, Ranked world No.

1 at year-end in 1978, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, and 1986 , Ranked world No.

4 at the end of the year in 2020 , Ranked world No.

6 at the end of the year in 1946 , Ranked world No. 6 at year-end in 1932 1932 Wimbledon semifinalist, Ranked world No. 14 in singles in 1990 and world No. 14 in doubles in 2003, Ranked world No.

25 in singles in 1993 and world No. 3 in doubles in 2008 2008 French Open women's doubles champion, Ranked world No. 15 in doubles in 2005 , Ranked world No. 26 in singles in 2014 and world No. 1 in doubles in 2012 2012 French Open women's doubles champion 2012 US Open women's doubles champion 2013 Australian Open women's doubles champion ITF World Champion in doubles, 2012 (with, Ranked world No.

23 in doubles in 2002 Singles: Ranked world No. 17 in 2018 2017 Wimbledon semifinalist 2014 Wimbledon doubles semifinalist, Ranked world No. 1 in singles in 2002 and world No. 2 at the end of the year in 1963 , Ranked world No. 27 in singles in 1999 and world No.

3 at year-end in 1931 1928 French Championships runner-up 1931 U.S. Championships runner-up 1928/1931 French Championships women's doubles champion 1931 U.S. Championships women's doubles champion 1928/1929 French Championships mixed-doubles champion 1927 U.S. Championships mixed-doubles champion, Ranked world No.

If you're searching for a particular famous femaletennis player from the 1990s then you can use the "search" box to find who you're looking for. 1 in doubles. Ranked world No. 11 in singles in 2011 and world No. Ranked world No. 5 in singles in 2014 Singles: 2014 Wimbledon finalist, Ranked world No. 10 in doubles in 1990 1994 US Open mixed doubles champion, Ranked world No. Ranked world No.

4 in singles in 2018 and world No.

4 at the end of the year in 1934 , Ranked world No.

12 in singles in 2008 and world No.

22 in doubles in 2007, Ranked world No. 9 in doubles in 2011, Ranked world No.

8 in doubles in 2007, Ranked world No.

6 in singles in 2016 and world No. 1 in doubles in 1998 Singles: Ranked world No. 65 in doubles in 1994, Ranked world No. 17 in doubles in 1996, Ranked world No. 28 in doubles in 2018. 1 in doubles in 2005 Doubles: 1963 French Championships quarterfinalist. Three Grand Slam titles in mixed doubles. 20 in singles in 2011 and world No.

4 in singles in 2011 and world No. 50 in singles in 2006 and world No.

7 at year-end in 1963 1960/1961/1962/1963 Australian Championships runner-up 1960/1961 Australian Championships mixed doubles champion, Ranked world No.

1 in singles in 1995 and world No. 20 in singles in 2013 and world No. 40 in singles in 1999 1999 French Open quarter-finals, Ranked world No.

9 in singles in 1998 and world No. 7 at year-end in 1954 1954 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1948 French Championships quarterfinalist, Ranked world No. 6 in doubles in 2001 2000 Wimbledon mixed doubles champion, Ranked world No.

13 in singles in 1995 and world No. 19 in singles and world No.

Their success landed them in the halls of tennis history forever with some still being involved in tennis today.

18 in singles in 1996 and world No. Get a daily selection of our top stories based on your reading preferences. From 1990 to 1999, tennishad some of the greatestwomen's tennis players of all time. 3 in doubles in 2002 Singles: 1998 Wimbledon finalist 1991 French Open quarterfinalist 2000 US Open quarterfinalist, Ranked world No. 5 at the end of the year in 1951 1951 French Championships semifinalist, Ranked world No. 22 in singles in 1991 and world No. 4 at the end of the year in 1947 and 1948 . 59 in doubles in 2016 Singles: Singles: 1978 French Open quarterfinalist, Ranked world No.

16 in doubles in 1986, 1927 French, 1929 Wimbledon quarterfinalist, Ranked world No. 1 in doubles in 2018, 1961 French Championships quarterfinalist, Ranked world No.

77 in singles and world No. 78 in doubles in 2001 1999 French Open quarterfinals, Ranked world No. 13 in singles in 1989 and world No.

7 in singles and world No. 1 in doubles in 1991 1989/1992/1993/1994/1995/1997 French Open women's doubles champion 1991/1992/1995/1996 US Open women's doubles champion 1991/1992/1993/1994/1997 Wimbledon women's doubles champion 1993/1994/1997 Australian Open women's doubles champion 1990 & 1995 Australian Open mixed-doubles champion, Ranked world No. 8 at the end of the year in 1955 1955 Wimbledon quarterfinalist, Ranked world No.

7 in singles and world No. 8 in singles and world No. Ranked world No. 1 in doubles in 2003 2001/2002/2004/2005/2008 French Open women's doubles champion 2002/2003/2004 US Open women's doubles champion 2004 Australian Open women's doubles champion 2000 French Open mixed doubles champion, Ranked world No.

Ranked world No. 7 in doubles in 2006 2009 Wimbledon mixed doubles champion 2014 French Open mixed doubles champion, Singles: ranked world No. 19 in singles in 2002 and world No.

11 in doubles in 2015 Singles: 2008/2014 French Open quarterfinalist 2009/2016/2018 Australian Open quarterfinalist 2013 US Open quarterfinalist, Ranked world No.

23 in singles in 1988 and world No. 8 at year-end in 1939 1939 Wimbledon quarterfinalist, 1981 French Open women's doubles champion, 1931 Wimbledon mixed doubles champion Top-ranked player in the United States in 1930, 1972 Australian Open women's doubles champion, Ranked world No. Featuring Grand Slam champions, Wimbledon winners, Doubles players, and more, this list has it all.

Ranked world No. 3 in singles in 2000 and world No. 52 in doubles in 2014 Singles: Ranked world No.

2 in singles in 2010 and world No.

5 in singles in 2003 and in doubles in 2002 Mixed doubles: 2001 Wimbledon champion 2002 Australian Open champion 2005 French Open champion 2005 US Open champion, Ranked world No. 6 at the end of 1948 Singles: 1946 Wimbledon quarterfinalist, Ranked world No. 10 at year-end in 1934 and 1936 1936 U.S. Championships women's doubles champion.

Ranked world No. 1 in doubles in 2000 2000 Australian Open women's doubles champion 2001 Wimbledon women's doubles champion 2001/2005 US Open women's doubles champion 2006 French Open women's doubles champion 1996/2002 US Open mixed doubles champion 1999 Wimbledon mixed doubles champion 2003 French Open mixed doubles champion, Ranked world No. 12 in doubles in 1986 1981/1983 French Open women's doubles champion, 1963 Wimbledon quarterfinalist 1962 French Championships quarterfinalist, Ranked world No. Ranked world No. 18 in singles in 2002 and world No.

24 in singles in 2000 and world No. 5 in singles in 1989 and world No.

6 in doubles in 1984 1980 French Open women's doubles champion 1980/1985 Wimbledon women's doubles champion 1981 Australian Open women's doubles champion 1981 US Open women's doubles champion 1986 French Open mixed doubles champion 1986 Wimbledon mixed doubles champion, Ranked world No.

5 at the end of the year in 1962 1962 Wimbledon finalist 1957/1963 French semifinalist 1962 US quarterfinalist Mixed doubles: 1957 French champion, Ranked world No. and "Who is the besttennis player of 1990s?".

25 in singles in 2016 and world No. 6 at the end of the year in 1947 1947/1949 French Championships mixed-doubles champion 1949 Wimbledon mixed-doubles champion, Ranked world No.

1 in doubles in 1992 1989 French Open women's doubles champion 1991 Wimbledon women's doubles champion 1992 Wimbledon mixed-doubles champion 1994/1996 Australian Open mixed-doubles champion 1995 French Open mixed-doubles champion, Ranked world No. 16 in singles in 2009 and world No. goerges tenista wta racket cincinnati ropas 27 in singles and world No. 10 in singles in 2018 and world No. 33 in doubles in 1992.

15 in doubles in 2001, Ranked world No.

25 in doubles in 2004, Ranked world No. 4 in singles in 2011 and world No. 18 in singles in 2000 and world No. 5 at year-end in 1929 1929 Wimbledon quarterfinalist 1927 French Championships women's doubles champion. 7 in singles in 1999 and world No. 5 in doubles in 1994 1995 US Open mixed doubles champion, Ranked world No. 15 in singles in 1997 and world No. 29 in singles in 1990 and world No. 7 in doubles in 1995, Ranked world No.

13 in 2013 2013 Wimbledon semifinalist, Ranked world No. 23 in singles in 2013 and world No. 6 at the end of the year in 1923, 1924, and 1925 1918 U.S. Championships runner-up 1918/1919/1920/1926 U.S. Championships women's doubles champion, Ranked world No. 5 in doubles in 2015 2011 French Open mixed doubles champion .

1 in singles and doubles in 2003 Singles: Ranked world No.

14 in singles in 2003 and world No. 21 in singles in 1998 and world No.

10 at year-end in 1922 and 1923 , Ranked world No.

3 in doubles in 2014 2013 French Open women's doubles champion 2014 US Open women's doubles champion 2016 Australian Open mixed doubles champion 2016 Olympics women's doubles gold medalist, Ranked world No. 4 at the end of the year in 1929 , Ranked world No. Ranked world No.

15 in singles in 1990 and world No. 1 at the end of the year in 1939 , 1958 Australian Championship semifinalist, Ranked world No. 1 at the end of the year in 1966, 1967, 1968, 1971, 1972, and 1974 , Ranked world No. 23 in doubles in 2002, Ranked world No. 10 at year-end in 1980 1980 Wimbledon quarterfinalist, Ranked world No. 30 in singles in 2011 and world No. 9 in doubles in 1995, Ranked world No. 1 at the end of the year in 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1935, and 1938 , Ranked world No.

31 in singles in 1999 and world No. 4 in doubles in 1989 1991 Australian Open women's doubles champion, Ranked world No. 24 in singles in 1993 and world No. Ranked world No. 1 at the end of the year in 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1995, and 1996 , Ranked world No. 136 in singles in 2005 and world No.

2 at the end of the year in 1995 , Ranked world No. 25 in doubles in 2001, Ranked world No. 18 in singles in 1984 and world No. 16 in singles and world No. 1 in singles in 2008 and world No. 1 in singles in 2009 and world No.

3 at the end of the year in 1982 and 1983 1981 French Open mixed doubles champion, Ranked world No. 70 in doubles in 2009, Ranked world No.

4 in doubles in 2006 2006 Australian Open women's doubles champion 2006 Wimbledon women's doubles champion, Ranked world No.

40 in singles in 2008 and world No.

2 at year-end in 1939 1935 French Championships women's doubles champion 1935/1936 Wimbledon women's doubles champion, Ranked world No. 3 in doubles in 2004 2002 Wimbledon mixed doubles champion 2007 Australian Open mixed doubles champion, Ranked world No.

7 at the end of the year in 1968 1968 Wimbledon runner-up 1964/1967/1969/1970 Australian Championships/Open women's doubles champion 1966 Wimbledon women's doubles champion 1966 French Championships women's doubles champion 1970/1971 US Open women's doubles champion, Ranked world No. 10 in singles in 2017 and world No. 1 at the end of the year in 1946 . 8 at year-end in 1924 1924 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1975 French Open quarterfinalist 1975 Wimbledon women's doubles champion, Ranked world No. 9 in doubles in 1996 1996 Australian Open semifinalist 1995/2000/2003 French Open quarterfinalist 1996 Australian Open women's doubles champion, Ranked world No.

28 in singles in 1996 and world No. 25 in singles and world No.

12 in singles in 1991 and world No.

20 in singles in 2018 and world No. 11 in singles in 2002 and world No.

6 at year-end in 1961 1958 French Championships women's doubles champion 1959 French Championships mixed doubles champion, Ranked world No. 2 at year-end in 1957, 1960, and 1961 , Ranked world No. 25 in doubles in 1991, Ranked world No.

4 at year-end in 1951 1951 Wimbledon quarterfinalist, Ranked world No. 54 in doubles in 2006 2011/2013 Australian Open runner-up , Ranked world No.

3 in singles in 1989 and world No. 2 at the end of the year in 1930 and 1931 Singles: Ranked world No.

15 in singles and world No. 25 in 2011 Doubles: ranked world No. 34 in doubles in 2002, Ranked world No. 5 at year-end in 1964 1964 French Championships semifinalist, Ranked world No. 5 in 1977 1972/1979 French Open women's doubles champion 1972 Wimbledon women's doubles champion 1972/1977/1979 US Open women's doubles champion 1978/1981 Wimbledon mixed-doubles champion 1977/1978 US Open mixed-doubles champion, Ranked world No. 2 at the end of the year in 1959 Singles: Ranked world No. 19 in singles in 1979 and world No. 15 in doubles in 2004, Ranked world No. 9 in singles in 2018 and world No. 91 in doubles in 2007, Ranked world No. 25 in singles in 1986 and world No. 21 in doubles in 1997 Singles: 1997 Australian Open quarterfinalist, Ranked world No. 24 in doubles in 1994 1990 Australian Open quarterfinals, Ranked world No.

9 at year-end in 1959 1959 Wimbledon semifinalist, Ranked world No. 1 at the end of the year from 1952 through 1954 , Ranked world No. 1 at the end of the year in 1955 , Ranked world No. as well as other partner offers and accept our, Florian Eisele for OIS/IOC Handout Photo via USA TODAY Sports / Reuters, Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories, Coco Gauff's father says he doesn't think his 15-year-old tennis star daughter is a 'prodigy'>.

5 at the end of the year in 1950 1950 French Championships semifinalist, Ranked world No.

11 in singles in 2001 and world No. 16 in singles in 2009 and world No. 3 in doubles in 2008 1999/2006/2010 French Open mixed doubles champion 2003 US Open mixed doubles champion 2011 Australian Open mixed doubles champion, Ranked world No.

10 at the end of the year in 1929 and 1931 1929 Wimbledon semifinalist, Ranked world No. 10 in doubles in 1992, Ranked world No. 7 in singles and world No. 4 in singles in 1990 and world No. 9 in doubles in 2008 Doubles: Ranked world No. 27 in doubles in 1988, Ranked world No. 12 in singles and world No. 3 at year-end in 1937 1939 French Championships women's doubles champion, Ranked world No. 7 in 1984 1986 French Open women's doubles champion, Ranked world No. 29 in singles in 1990 and world No. 1 in singles at the end of the year in 1997/1999/2000 and world No. 18 in doubles in 2016 Singles: 2017 Australian Open semifinalist 2017 US Open semifinalist 2015/2017 Wimbledon quarterfinalist, Ranked world No. 13 in singles in 2017 and world No. 24 in singles and world No.

3 in doubles in 2015 2013 French Open women's doubles champion 2014 US Open women's doubles champion 2012 US Open mixed doubles champion 2016 Olympics women's doubles gold medalist, Ranked world No. 4 in doubles in 2005, 1921/1924 Wimbledon quarterfinalist 1924 Olympic bronze medalist in women's doubles 1931 Wimbledon women's doubles champion, Ranked world No.

7 at year-end in 1930 1930 Wimbledon quarterfinalist 1931 Wimbledon women's doubles champion, Ranked world No.

2 in singles at the end of the year in 1997 and world No.

7 in doubles in 2008 Singles: Ranked world No. 67 in doubles in 2003.

1 at the end of the year from 1947 through 1950 , Ranked world No. 1 in doubles in 2014 Doubles: 2013 Wimbledon Champion 2014 French Open champion 2013 WTA Finals champion, Ranked world No.

63 in doubles in 2015, Ranked world No. 12 in 1982 1981 Australian Open women's doubles champion 1980/1982 French Open women's doubles champion 1980 Wimbledon women's doubles champion 1981 US Open women's doubles champion 1980/1984 French Open mixed-doubles champion 1982 Wimbledon mixed-doubles champion 1981/1982 US Open mixed-doubles champion, Ranked world No. 1 in singles at the end of 1991/1992/1995 and ranked world No. 20 in singles in 2017 and world No. 30 in doubles in 2016.

3 at the end of 1967 Singles: Ranked world No.

2 at year-end in 1967 and 1969 , Ranked world No.

5 in 1984 Singles: 1983 French Open semifinalist 1983 US Open semifinalist 1983 Australian Open quarterfinalist 1984 Wimbledon quarterfinalist Mixed doubles: 1991 Australian champion 1987 Wimbledon champion. 1 at the end of the year in 2002, 2009, 2013, 2014 and 2015, and ranked world No. 22 in singles and world No.

21 in doubles in 2000 Singles: 1997/1999 Australian Open quarterfinalist, Ranked world No.

62 in doubles in 1991, Ranked world No. 26 in doubles in 1997 1997 French Open mixed doubles champion, Ranked world No.

94 in doubles in 1994, Ranked world No. 8 in singles in 2019 Singles: 2016 French open semifinalist and 2018 Wimbledon quarterfinalist, Ranked world No. 5 at year-end in 1933 and 1934 , 1949/1954 French Championships quarter-finalist, Ranked world No. 9 in singles in 2011 and world No. Ranked world No. 43 in doubles in 2006 Singles: 2008 US Open finalist 2007/2008/2010 French Open semifinalist 2008 Australian Open semifinalist Mixed doubles: 2007 Wimbledon champion, Ranked world No. 16 in singles and world No.

3 in singles in 1985 1977 US Open runner-up 1979 French Open runner-up 1980 Australian Open runner-up 1978 Wimbledon women's doubles champion 1979 French Open women's doubles champion 1979/1982 US Open women's doubles champion 1979/1982 French Open mixed-doubles champion 1980 US Open mixed-doubles champion 1983/1984 Australian Open mixed-doubles champion, Ranked world No. 3 at the end of 1970 Doubles: Ranked world No. 13 in singles in 2008 and world No. 131 in singles in 1999 and world No. 5 at year-end in 1955 and 1957 1955/1957 French Championships runner-up, Ranked world No. 8 at the end of the year in 1954 1954 Wimbledon quarterfinalist, Ranked world No. 3 in singles in 2009 and world No. If you play tennis or just love the sport then use this list of the top1990stennis players to find some athletes you haven't heard of before.

29 in singles in 1996 and world No. 32 in doubles in 1987, Ranked world No. 4 at the end of the year in 1962 , Ranked world No. 3 in singles in 2017 and world No.

1 in singles for a total of 98 weeks from 1998 through 2002 and from 2004 through 2006 Singles: Ranked world No. 4 in doubles in 1991 Singles: 1990/1992 Australian Open finalist 1993 French Open finalist 1991 Wimbledon semifinalist 1990/1992 US Open semifinalist 1992 Olympic bronze medalist Doubles: 1991 Australian Open champion 1996 French Open champion 1992/1996 Olympic gold medalist 1996 WTA Finals champion, 1946 Australian Championships women's doubles champion, Ranked world No. 2 at the end of the year in 1923, 1924, and 1926 , Ranked world No.

40 in doubles in 2016 Mixed doubles: 2016 US Open champion, Ranked world No. 1 in doubles in 2000 Singles: 1993/2000 Australian Open quarterfinalist 1994 French Open quarterfinalist Doubles: 2000 US Open champion, Ranked world No. 6 in singles in 1990 and world No. 19 in doubles in 2004 Gold medalist in women's doubles at the 2004 Olympics, Ranked world No.

22 in doubles in 2004, Ranked world No. 10 in singles in 1984 and world No.

Ranked world No. 35 in doubles in 2017, Ranked world No. 35 in doubles in 2009. 33 in singles in 1980 Mixed doubles: Ranked world No. 15 in singles in 1987 and world No. 22 in singles in 2007 and world No. 2 in doubles at the end of the year in 1997 Ranked world No.

1 in doubles in 2007 2005/2007 Wimbledon women's doubles champion 2007 Australian Open women's doubles champion 2008 US Open women's doubles champion 2009 French Open mixed doubles champion 2010 US Open mixed doubles champion. 8 in doubles in 2008 2007 US Open women's doubles champion, Ranked world No. 2 in doubles in 2016 2016 French Open women's doubles champion, Ranked world No.

3 in 1984 1984/1985/1987/1988 French Open women's doubles champion 1981/1982/1983/1984/1986 Wimbledon women's doubles champion 1983/1984/1986/1987/1991 US Open women's doubles champion 1982/1983/1984/1985/1987/1988/1989 Australian Open women's doubles champion 1987 Wimbledon mixed-doubles champion, Ranked world No.

1 in doubles in 2017, Ranked world No. 7 in singles in 1986 and world No. By clicking Sign up, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider

13 in singles in 1995 and world No.

11 in doubles in 1998 1999 Australian Open mixed doubles champion 2000 French Open mixed doubles champion, Ranked world No. 14 in singles and world No.

3 in singles in 1997 and world No. 3 at year-end in 1960 1959 Australian Championships women's doubles champion 1959/1961/1962 French Championships women's doubles champion 1959 Australian Championships mixed doubles champion, Ranked world No.

10 in singles in 1983, and world No. 5 in doubles in 2003 Singles: Ranked world No.

19 in singles in 1994 and world No. 3 in singles in 2006 and world No. 12 in doubles in 1888 1996 French Open mixed doubles champion, Ranked world No.

28 in singles and world No.

14 in singles in 2011 and world No. 1 at year-end from 1921 through 1926 , Ranked world No. Below we take you through the biggest tennis stars from the 1990s and where they are today.

8 in doubles in 2007 Singles: Ranked world No.

List of the best women's tennis players from 1990s, listed by popularity with photos of the players when available. 68 in doubles in 2009, Ranked world No. 8 in singles in 2004 and world No.

1 in doubles in 2011 2011 Wimbledon doubles champion, Ranked world No. 16 in doubles in 1991 , Ranked world No. Roger Federer, Serena Williams, and Rafael Nadal may be the big names in tennis today, but there are always greats who pave the way for the future.

72 in doubles in 2010 Singles: 2009 US Open semifinalist, Ranked world No.

8 at year-end in 1932 and 1937 1936 Wimbledon quarterfinalist, Ranked world No.

Ranked world No. 22 Singles: 1976 Australian Open finalist 1976 French Open finalist Doubles: 1978 Australian Open champion Mixed doubles: 1978 French Open champion.

5 in singles in 2015 and world No. 12 in singles in 2013 and world No.

3 in singles in 1985 and world No. 5 in singles and world No.

52 in doubles in 2006 Mixed Doubles: 2009 US Open champion, Singles: 1979 Australian Open quarterfinalist, Ranked world No. 23 in singles and world No. 37 in doubles in 1989, Ranked world No. 4 in doubles in 2010 2010 Wimbledon women's doubles champion 2010 US Open women's doubles champion, Ranked world No. 17 in singles in 1983 and world No. 7 in singles in 2012 and world No. 8 in singles and world No. 29 in doubles in 1989 1996 Wimbledon quarterfinalist 1996 US Open quarterfinalist, Ranked world No.

21 in doubles in 1994, Ranked world No.

123 in 2009 Doubles: ranked world No. 25 in doubles in 2011, Ranked world No.

10 in doubles in 2017, Ranked world No. The generation before these stars hit the court is filled with legends, such as Andre Agassi, Steffi Graf, and Pete Sampras all who dominated in the 1990s. These are some of the most talented 1990s tennis players to ever live, so if you're a fan of tennisand are aspiring to play tennis professionally then these people should be your idols. 4 in doubles in 1990 Mixed doubles: Ranked world No.

Ranked world No. 20 in singles in 1987 and world No. 31 in doubles in 2014, Ranked world No.

19 in singles in 2008 and world No.

13 in doubles in 2009.

38 in doubles in 1988, 1953 French Championships quarterfinalist, Ranked world No. 45 in doubles in 1992. 25 in singles in 2009 and world No. 15 in doubles in 2005 Singles: 2004 Australian Open semifinalist 1998/2008 French Open quarterfinalist 1998/2008 US Open quarterfinalist, Ranked world No.