Jennifer's Best Moments
Jennifer Capriati is a legend in women's tennis - see some of her best moments here.
Published August 20, 2009 12:00
One of Capriati's early titles came at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, winning gold in singles.
Capriati announced her return to the big time with her first major semi in nine years at the 2000 Australian Open.
Capriati was on the winning American Fed Cup team in 2000, America's 17th win in the competition.
Capriati launched into the air after her backhand winner on match point in the 2001 Australian Open final.
Capriati held up her first Grand Slam trophy after beating Martina Hingis for the 2001 Australian Open title.
Capriati followed up her 2001 Australian Open title with the Charleston title, also beating Martina Hingis.
Capriati beat Kim Clijsters for the second of her three Grand Slam titles at the 2001 French Open.
Capriati won World Sportswoman of the Year at the 2002 Laureus Awards for her 2001 accomplishments.
Capriati won Comeback Player of the Year at the 2002 ESPY Awards for her 2001 accomplishments.
Capriati repeated at the Australian Open in 2002, once again beating Martina Hingis in the final.
Capriati's loss to Justine Henin in the 2003 US Open semis is widely regarded as one of the best matches ever.
Capriati won the last of her 14 Sony Ericsson WTA Tour singles titles at New Haven in August 2003.
Capriati's parents and brother were constantly in the player box as she competed across the world.
Capriati was an even bigger fan favorite during the second phase of her illustrious career.
Capriati hasn't played since 2004 but as of August 2009 has not waved goodbye to the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour.