SINGLESWinner (27): 1995 - Sydney; 1994 - Virginia Slims Championships; 1992 - Sydney, Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Hilton Head, Amelia Island, Rome; 1991 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Boca Raton, Hilton Head, Amelia Island, Rome; 1990 - US Open, Boca Raton; 1989 - Miami, Amelia Island, Rome, Filderstadt; 1988 - Virginia Slims Championships, Boca Raton, Rome, Montreal; 1987 - Brighton, Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Buenos Aires; 1986 - Buenos Aires; 1985 - Tokyo [Japan Open].Finalist (28): 1995 - Amelia Island, Filderstadt; 1994 - Amelia Island, Strasbourg; 1993 - Amelia Island, Rome, Berlin; 1992 - Miami, Tokyo [Nichirei], Filderstadt; 1991 - Miami, Wimbledon; 1990 - Zurich, Worcester, Tour Championships; 1989 - Tampa, Berlin, Los Angeles; 1988 - Hilton Head, Amelia Island, Los Angeles, US Open, Olympics; 1987 - Rome, Tour Championships; 1986 - Indianapolis; 1985 - Hilton Head, Tampa.
DOUBLESWinner (14): 1995 - Chicago, Toronto (both w/Schultz-McCarthy); 1990 - Montreal (w/Nagelsen); 1988 - Wimbledon, Miami (both w/Graf); 1987 - Rome (w/Navratilova), Amelia Island (w/Graf), Buenos Aires (w/Paz); 1986 - Indianapolis, Zurich (both w/Graf), Montreal (w/Garrison); 1985 - Tampa (w/Bassett Seguso), Buenos Aires, Monticello (both w/Paz).Finalist (16): 1995 - Berlin, Los Angeles (both w/Neiland); 1994 - Rome, Philadelphia (both w/Schultz-McCarthy); 1990 - Los Angeles (w/Paz); 1989 - Roland Garros (w/Graf); 1988 - Washington DC, Worcester (both w/Sukova), Hilton Head (w/Kohde-Kilsch); 1987 - San Francisco (w/Garrison), Roland Garros (w/Graf);1986 - Roland Garros, Chicago (both w/Graf), Amelia Island (w/Tanvier), Filderstadt (w/Garrison); 1985 - Palm Beach Gardens (w/Arraya).ADDITIONALArgentine Fed Cup Team 1985-87, 95. Argentine Olympic Team 1988, 1996.
At 1990 US Open, knocked out Steffi Graf 6-2, 7-6(7-4) in final to win a Grand Slam singles title; at same event, became lowest seed to win in 22 years (No. 5 seed), first female from Argentina to win a Grand Slam singles title and first South American to win US Open since Brazil’s Maria Bueno in 1966...Extended Monica Seles 6-4, 5-7, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 before losing in the first-ever five-set season-ending championships final in 1990...Won the Silver Medal in singles at 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul...After a 42-tournament title drought, earned back-to-back titles beginning with 1994 season-ending championships, followed by 1995 Sydney…At 1994 season-ending championships, ended Martina Navratilova’s career with first-round upset…Surpassed $8 million mark in career earnings in 1995...Ended career in 1996 with 632 match wins...Formerly youngest semifinalist ever at Roland Garros; in 1985 she was 15-years and three-weeks old when she lost to Chris Evert…Recipient of the 1996 WTA Tour Diamond Aces Award; named the 1991 WTA Tour Most Improved Player; named 1985 WTA Tour Most Impressive Newcomer.
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