Mauresmo made her first big breakthrough at the 1999 Australian Open, reaching her first Grand Slam final.
Mauresmo helped France win its second Fed Cup championship title on an all-star final team in 2003.
Mauresmo reached her first Sony Ericsson Championships final in 2003, beating Justine Henin in the semis.
Mauresmo won Olympic silver in Athens in 2004, falling to Justine Henin in the gold medal match.
Mauresmo with the No.1 trophy after becoming the first French player ever to assume the spot in 2004.
Mauresmo won the biggest title of her career - at the time - at the 2005 Sony Ericsson Championships.
Mauresmo won the first of her two career Grand Slam titles at the 2006 Australian Open.
Mauresmo and Justine Henin put their all-court games on display in a three set 2006 Wimbledon final.
Mauresmo lifted the Venus Rosewater Dish into the air after winning her second major at 2006 Wimbledon.
Mauresmo stood alongside men's champion Roger Federer at the Wimbledon Champions Ball in 2006.
Mauresmo was one of only a few players who had wins over both Williams sisters (Serena 2, Venus 3).
Mauresmo won the diamond-studded racquet in Antwerp in 2007 after winning the title three straight years.
Mauresmo won the Laureus Breakthrough of the Year Award in 2007 (for her incredible 2006 season).
Mauresmo received the Legion of Honor Award from French President Jacques Chirac in 2007.
Mauresmo had a life-size wax figure made at the Grevin Wax Museum in Paris (inaugurated on May 28, 2003).
Mauresmo won three career doubles titles, two with Svetlana Kuznetsova and one with Chanda Rubin.
Mauresmo won her 25th Sony Ericsson WTA Tour singles title on home soil in Paris in February 2009.
Mauresmo played the first match under the new Wimbledon roof in 2009 (falling to Dinara Safina, 46 63 64).
Mauresmo was a fan favorite all over the world, her classy game and personality winning the masses over.
Mauresmo announced her retirement from the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour on Thursday, December 3, 2009.