Lindsay Davenport was one of the pioneers of the power game, first breaking the Top 10 in 1994.
The victories came fast and furious in the early years, but her life changed one day in Atlanta...
Davenport put herself on the greatness map by winning the gold medal at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996.
She rose to even greater heights in 1997, winning six WTA titles and going as high as No.2.
The American also reached her first Grand Slam semifinal on home soil at the US Open that year.
And it was on home soil the next year where she got her first taste of Grand Slam glory...
Davenport won the 1998 US Open, beating Martina Hingis in the final. She rose to No.1 later that year.
Not long after, Davenport beat Steffi Graf to win her second Grand Slam title at Wimbledon in 1999.
And Grand Slam title No.3 followed at the 2000 Australian Open. She beat Hingis in that final too.
By this time Davenport also had three Grand Slam doubles titles and reached No.1 in doubles.
She was a popular figure wherever she went, winning lots of titles and signing lots of autographs.
Her longevity was impressive - her last two Grand Slam finals came in 2005, first in Australia...
... and then at Wimbledon, where she lost to the other Williams sister, an inspired Venus Williams.
At the end of a successful 2006 season, Davenport announced she was expecting her first child.
But she was already playing again in 2007, starting with doubles in August, then singles in September.
Davenport went 13-1 in three post-US Open events, starting with a run to the title in Bali.
She started 2008 strong as well, picking up her 54th and 55th WTA titles at Auckland and Memphis.
She also represented the US at the Beijing Olympics in 2008, in doubles only with Liezel Huber.
At the end of 2008 she announced she was expecting again. She played doubles again in 2010...
... and now the WTA legend's into the International Tennis Hall Of Fame. Congratulations Lindsay!