One of Seles' first big titles came at Miami in 1990. Her proud parents were ever present.
Seles surged to the top of the game as a teenager with her powerful, two-fisted groundstrokes.
Seles beat Steffi Graf for her first Grand Slam title at the 1990 French Open.
Seles beat Jana Novotna for her second Grand Slam title at the 1991 Australian Open.
Seles beat Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario for her third Grand Slam title at the 1991 French Open.
Seles beat Martina Navratilova for her fourth Grand Slam title at the 1991 US Open.
Seles beat Mary Joe Fernandez for her fifth Grand Slam title at the 1992 Australian Open.
Seles overcame Steffi Graf, 62 36 108, for her sixth Grand Slam title at the 1992 French Open.
Seles beat Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario for her seventh Grand Slam title at the 1992 US Open.
Seles' eighth Grand Slam title came at the 1993 Australian Open, beating Steffi Graf in the final.
Seles' comeback began with an exhibition match against Martina Navratilova in the summer of 1995.
Seles' Sony Ericsson WTA Tour comeback began in Toronto in August 1995, her parents still by her side.
Seles was emotional after winning her comeback event in Toronto, crushing Amanda Coetzer in the final.
Seles electrified the New York crowds as she won her first Grand Slam match back at the 1995 US Open.
Seles and Steffi Graf met at the net after Graf edged Seles in the final of the 1995 US Open.
Seles beat Anke Huber for her ninth and final Grand Slam title at the 1996 Australian Open.
Seles fell to Steffi Graf in the final of the US Open for the second straight year in 1996.
Seles reached her 13th and last Grand Slam final at the 1998 French Open (finishing 9-4 in those).
Seles spent almost all of her second career in the Top 10, including a bronze at the Sydney Olympics.
Seles announced her retirement from the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour in February 2008.