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WTA Flashback: Schnyder's Charleston Breakthrough

Patty Schnyder put herself on the giant-killing map at the Family Circle Cup in 2002.

Published April 17, 2011 12:00

Patty Schnyder had six Top 10 wins in Charleston, including three at the 2002 event.
Patty Schnyder had six Top 10 wins in Charleston, including three at the 2002 event.
Schnyder had one of her two career wins over No.1s in 2002, over Jennifer Capriati.
Schnyder had one of her two career wins over No.1s in 2002, over Jennifer Capriati.
Schnyder's run to the 2002 final also included a win over WTA legend Serena Williams.
Schnyder's run to the 2002 final also included a win over WTA legend Serena Williams.
Although Iva Majoli ended up winning the final, Schnyder still won everyone's heart.
Although Iva Majoli ended up winning the final, Schnyder still won everyone's heart.
For years to come, Schnyder would be a strong crowd favorite at the Family Circle Cup.
For years to come, Schnyder would be a strong crowd favorite at the Family Circle Cup.
  • Patty Schnyder had six Top 10 wins in Charleston, including three at the 2002 event.
  • Schnyder had one of her two career wins over No.1s in 2002, over Jennifer Capriati.
  • Schnyder's run to the 2002 final also included a win over WTA legend Serena Williams.
  • Although Iva Majoli ended up winning the final, Schnyder still won everyone's heart.
  • For years to come, Schnyder would be a strong crowd favorite at the Family Circle Cup.
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