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Steffi Graf

Steffi Graf
  • Residence: n/a
  • Date of Birth: 14 Jun 1969
  • Birthplace: Bruhl, Germany
  • Height: 5'9" (1.75 m)
  • Weight: 132 lbs. (59.8 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed
  • Status: Pro Oct. 18, 1982/Retired Aug. 13, 1999
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Steffi Graf Biography

Was coached by Heinz Gunthardt from 1990-99; previously coached by father, Peter, and Pavel Slozil...Married Andre Agassi on October 22, 2001; gave birth to son Jaden Gil on October 26, 2001, and daughter, Jaz, on October 3, 2003...Father's name is Peter; mother's name is Heidi; has a younger brother, Michael...Enjoys animals, and appeared in a 1999 Wildlife Foundation calendar...Also enjoys all kinds of music, impressionist and modern art, reading, playing cards and photography... Steffi Graf Youth Tennis Center was founded and dedicated October 1991 in Leipzig, Germany...Founder and Chairperson of Children for Tomorrow, a non-profit foundation with the goal of implementing and developing projects to support children who have been traumatized by war or other crises, and she is directly involved in the running of the foundation and makes regular financial contributions to the organization.
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Stats

YTD Career
WTA Singles Titles - 107
WTA Doubles Titles - 11
ITF Women's Circuit Singles Titles - 0
ITF Women's Circuit Doubles Titles - 0
Prize Money $0 $21,891,306
W/L - Singles - - - 900 - 115
W/L - Doubles - - - 173 - 72
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Results

SAN DIEGO

WTA // USA // 02-Aug-1999 // $520,000 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 32M/0Q/16D // Rank: 3 // Seed/Entry: 3/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R32 BYE
R16 Loss Amy Frazier (USA) 26 4-6 7-5 2-1 RET

WTA Rankings PTS

+1

Prize Money

$3,700
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Rankings

Singles Road to Singapore Doubles
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Career-high Singles Career-high Doubles
17-Aug-1987 (1) 02-Mar-1987 (3)
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ò Announced her immediate retirement on August 13, 1999; last match was on August 3, 1999, in San Diego, where she retired in the third set of a second-round match to Amy Frazier (had received a bye in the first round) due to a left hamstring strain, but did not retire from the Tour due to injuries; was world-ranked No. 3 when she announced her retirement, becoming the highest-ranked player to retire (since computer rankings began in November 1975)
ò Won 1999 Roland Garros to earn her 22nd Grand Slam singles title, second all-time behind Margaret Court's 24, and her sixth Roland Garros title, second behind Chris Evert's seven; during the tournament, became the first player in the Open Era to defeat the world's top three players in one tournament
ò Finalist at 1999 Wimbledon, her last; won 900th career match with her fourth-round win at Wimbledon, the third woman to pass that milestone in the Open Era
ò On May 13, 1996, began 332nd week as the No. 1 player in the world, breaking Martina Navratilova's record of 331 total weeks at No. 1; held the No. 1 ranking a total of 377 weeks (non-consecutive); fell to No. 2 on March 31, 1997 when Martina Hingis became No. 1
ò Reigned as No. 1 ranked player for record 186 weeks consecutively (August 17, 1987-March 10, 1991), more than any man or woman; during this time, competed as No. 1 player for three and a-half years (1,310 days); the last match she played as No. 1 during record-breaking reign was in Boca Raton final, losing to Gabriela Sabatini 6-4, 7-6(8-6) on March 10, 1991
ò Dropped off the WTA Tour Rankings on June 8, 1998 for the first time since debuting January 17, 1983, due to lack of play; reappeared on the rankings the following week at No. 91 after playing in Birmingham
ò Collected 100th career singles title at 1996 Wimbledon, becoming the third woman in the Open era to reach that milestone (Navratilova, 167 and Evert, 154 are others); ended career with 107 titles
ò Underwent minor surgery on her right wrist to remove a bone spur on September 18, 1998, following the US Open; returned to action in November 1998 in Leipzig, where she was unseeded for the first time since 1985 Miami; went on to win the title and surpass Martina Navratilova as the top prize money-winner in women's sports ever (ended career with $21,895,277)
ò Became the first unseeded player in the Open Era to defeat the top two players in the world in the same tournament when she won 1998 Philadelphia, defeating No. 1 Lindsay Davenport in the final and No. 2 Martina Hingis in the quarterfinals; it was the 13th time for the feat to be achieved by eight different women; in next match in the first round of the season-ending championships, defeated No. 3 Jana Novotna to become the first player to defeat the world's top three players in four matches
ò In 1998, became the first player to qualify for the season-ending championships ranked as low as No. 22 in the point standings with less than two weeks left to qualify; after the championships, with wins over No. 3 Jana Novotna and No. 6 Monica Seles, became the eighth player to re-enter the Top 10 (since computer rankings began in 1975) when unranked at some point in the previous 12 months
ò Played in 31 Grand Slam finals, third behind Chris Evert (34) and Martina Navratilova (32)
ò By winning 1995 US Open, became the only woman of all time to win each of the four Grand Slam singles titles at least four times
ò Won a minimum of seven tournaments a year for 11 straight years 1986-96; won at least one title a year for 14 years, 1986-1999
ò By winning 1994 Australian Open, became second woman to win a non-calendar Grand Slam (Martina Navratilova being the other in 1983/84); in 1988, became fifth player and third woman to win the Grand Slam capturing all four Grand Slam events in a calendar year, the first since Margaret Court in 1970; completed a Golden Grand Slam by winning a gold medal in singles at 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea (won Silver Medal at 1992 Olympics and won 1984 Olympic Tennis Demonstration in Los Angeles as the youngest competitor in tournament)
ò In winning streaks, owns the second (66), seventh (46), eighth (45) and ninth (44) longest streaks in the Open Era (Navratilova owns longest of 74 set in 1984)
ò Reached 21 consecutive finals 1986-88 (Martina Navratilova holds record at 23 consecutive finals set in 1983/84; Monica Seles reached 21 consecutive finals 1990-92); reached 20 consecutive finals in 1993-94
ò Won 45 consecutive Grand Slam matches starting at the 1995 Roland Garros and ending in a fourth-round loss to Amanda Coetzer at the 1997 Australian Open (won six consecutive Grand Slam titles in that span, did not play in the 1996 Australian Open)
ò Finished with an 86-2 (.977) record in singles in 1989, second best since 1980; also finished with a 75-2 (.974) record in singles in 1987, fourth best since 1980; Navratilova has best record 86-1 (.989) in 1983
ò Aggravated injury to her left knee, causing her to default semifinal match at 1996 Leipzig experiencing inflammation of the patella tendon in her left knee, the same injury she suffered at 1996 Wimbledon; the default marked the first time in her professional career to pull out during a tournament; pulled out during a tournament for a second time, retiring during the 1996 Philadelphia final due to a back injury; defaulted the final of the 1997 Pan Pacific Open against Martina Hingis in February due to reaggravating the patella tendon in her left knee; underwent surgery on the left knee on June 10, 1997; suffers from chronic back pain due to a bone spur in sacroiliac; underwent surgery on December 15, 1995 for removal of loose bone chips in left foot, forcing her to miss the 1996 Australian Open; on October 4, 1993, had minor surgery to remove bone fragments from right foot; broke right thumb skiing on February 9, 1990
SINGLES
Winner (107): 1999 - Roland Garros; 1998 - New Haven, Leipzig, Philadelphia; 1997 - Strasbourg; 1996 - Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open, Chase Championships, Indian Wells, Miami, Berlin; 1995 - Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open, Tour Championships, Paris Indoors, Delray Beach, Miami, Houston, Philadelphia; 1994 - Australian Open, Miami, Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Indian Wells, Delray Beach, Berlin, San Diego; 1993 - Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open, Virginia Slims Championships, Delray Beach, Hilton Head, Berlin, San Diego, Toronto, Leipzig; 1992 - Wimbledon, Boca Raton, Hamburg, Berlin, Leipzig, Zurich, Brighton, Philadelphia; 1991 - Wimbledon, San Antonio, Hamburg, Berlin, Leipzig, Zurich, Brighton; 1990 - Australian Open, Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Amelia Island, Hamburg, Montreal, San Diego, Leipzig, Zurich, Brighton, Worcester; 1989 - Australian Open, Wimbledon, US Open, Virginia Slims Championships, Washington DC, Boca Raton, San Antonio, Hilton Head, Hamburg, Berlin, San Diego, Mahwah, Zurich, Brighton; 1988 - Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open, Miami, San Antonio, Berlin, Hamburg, Mahwah, Brighton, Olympics; 1987 - Roland Garros, Virginia Slims Championships, Miami, Los Angeles, European Indoors, Boca Raton, Hamburg, Berlin, Rome, Hilton Head, Amelia Island; 1986 - Berlin, Amelia Island, Hilton Head, Indianapolis, Pan Pacific, Zurich, Brighton, Mahwah.
Finalist (31): 1999 - Indian Wells, Wimbledon; 1997 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific]; 1996 - Philadelphia; 1994 - Hamburg, Montreal, US Open; 1993 - Australian Open, Miami, Hamburg, Philadelphia; 1992 - Amelia Island, Roland Garros, Olympics; 1991 - Boca Raton, Amelia Island; 1990 - Berlin, Roland Garros, US Open; 1989 - Amelia Island, Roland Garros; 1988 - Boca Raton; 1987 - Wimbledon, US Open; 1986 - Miami [V.S. of Florida], Boca Raton [Lipton], Tour Championships; 1985 - Berlin, Mahwah, Fort Lauderdale; 1984 - Stuttgart.

DOUBLES
Winner (11): 1993 - Hamburg (w/Stubbs); 1992 - Hamburg (w/Stubbs); 1989 - Mahwah (w/Shriver); 1988 - Wimbledon, Miami (both w/Sabatini); 1987 - Amelia Island (w/Sabatini); 1986 - Berlin, Brighton (both w/Sukova), Indianapolis, Zurich (both w/Sabatini), Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (w/Bunge).
Finalist (7): 1989 - Roland Garros (w/Sabatini); 1987 - Roland Garros (w/Sabatini); 1986 - Roland Garros, Chicago (both w/Sabatini), Mahwah (w/Sukova), Hilton Head (w/Tanvier); 1985 - Berlin (w/Tanvier).

ADDITIONAL
German Fed Cup Team 1986-87, 1989-92, 1996. German Olympic Team 1988, 1992.

Overall Stats

YTD Career
WTA Singles Titles - 107
WTA Doubles Titles - 11
ITF Women's Circuit Singles Titles - 0
ITF Women's Circuit Doubles Titles - 0
Prize Money $0 $21,891,306
W/L - Singles - - - 900 - 115
W/L - Doubles - - - 173 - 72

Grand Slam History

Singles

W/L   1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992
47 / 6 AUSTRALIAN OPEN QF - 4r - - W F -
84 / 10 FRENCH OPEN W - QF W W SF W F
74 / 7 WIMBLEDON F 3r - W W 1r W W
75 / 9 US OPEN - 4r - W W F W QF
W/L   1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985
47 / 6 AUSTRALIAN OPEN QF W W W - - -
84 / 10 FRENCH OPEN SF F F W W QF 4r
74 / 7 WIMBLEDON W SF W W F - 4r
75 / 9 US OPEN SF F W W F SF SF
W/L   1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978
47 / 6 AUSTRALIAN OPEN 4r 2r - - - - -
84 / 10 FRENCH OPEN 3r 2r - - - - -
74 / 7 WIMBLEDON 4r - - - - - -
75 / 9 US OPEN 1r - - - - - -

Doubles

W/L   1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992
11 / 6 AUSTRALIAN OPEN 2r - - - - 2r - -
24 / 7 FRENCH OPEN - - - - - - - SF
14 / 6 WIMBLEDON - - - - - - - -
21 / 7 US OPEN - - - - - - - -
W/L   1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985
11 / 6 AUSTRALIAN OPEN - 2r SF SF - - -
24 / 7 FRENCH OPEN - - F SF F F 1r
14 / 6 WIMBLEDON 1r QF QF W 3r - 1r
21 / 7 US OPEN - QF SF SF SF SF 2r
W/L   1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978
11 / 6 AUSTRALIAN OPEN 2r - - - - - -
24 / 7 FRENCH OPEN 2r - - - - - -
14 / 6 WIMBLEDON 1r - - - - - -
21 / 7 US OPEN 2r - - - - - -

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Steffi Graf Results

  • Singles
    Doubles

SAN DIEGO

WTA // USA // 02-Aug-1999 // $520,000 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 32M/0Q/16D // Rank: 3 // Seed/Entry: 3/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R32 BYE
R16 Loss Amy Frazier (USA) 26 4-6 7-5 2-1 RET

WTA Rankings PTS

+1

Prize Money

$3,700

WIMBLEDON

Grand Slam // GREAT BRITAIN // 21-Jun-1999 // $4,732,303 // Grass (Outdoor) // Draw: 128M/0Q/64D // Rank: 3 // Seed/Entry: 2/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R128 Win Ludmila Cervanova (SVK) 99 6-1 6-4
R64 Win Mariaan De Swardt (RSA) 38 4-6 6-3 6-2
R32 Win Corina Morariu (USA) 41 6-1 6-3
R16 Win Kim Clijsters (BEL) 195 6-2 6-2
Q Win [6] Venus Williams (USA) 5 6-2 3-6 6-4
S Win Mirjana Lucic-Baroni (CRO) 134 6-7 (3) 6-4 6-4
F Loss [3] Lindsay Davenport (USA) 2 6-4 7-5

WTA Rankings PTS

+364

Prize Money

$307,106

FRENCH OPEN

Grand Slam // FRANCE // 24-May-1999 // $4,407,123 // Clay (Outdoor) // Draw: 128M/0Q/64D // Rank: 6 // Seed/Entry: 6/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R128 Win Magdalena Maleeva (BUL) 0 6-2 6-0
R64 Win Ines Gorrochategui (ARG) 112 6-2 6-4
R32 Win Asa Svensson (SWE) 92 6-1 6-4
R16 Win Anna Kournikova (RUS) 18 6-3 7-6 (4)
Q Win [2] Lindsay Davenport (USA) 2 6-1 6-7 (5) 6-3
S Win [3] Monica Seles (USA) 3 6-7 (2) 6-3 6-4
F Win [1] Martina Hingis (SUI) 1 4-6 7-5 6-2

WTA Rankings PTS

+520

Prize Money

$574,081

BERLIN

WTA // GERMANY // 10-May-1999 // $1,050,000 // Clay (Outdoor) // Draw: 64M/0Q/32D // Rank: - // Seed/Entry: 3/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R64 BYE
R32 Win Sandra Nacuk (SCG) 102 2-6 6-3 6-4
R16 Win Cara Black (ZIM) 34 7-6 (5) 6-2
Q Loss Julie Halard-Decugis (FRA) 21 5-7 6-4 6-4

WTA Rankings PTS

+65

Prize Money

$16,000

MIAMI

WTA // USA // 15-Mar-1999 // $2,075,000 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 128M/0Q/64D // Rank: 7 // Seed/Entry: 7/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R128 BYE
R64 Win [W] Jennifer Capriati (USA) 86 6-0 6-1
R32 Win [26] Henrieta Nagyova (SVK) 26 6-1 6-3
R16 Win [19] Natasha Zvereva (BLR) 19 6-2 6-4
Q Win [2] Lindsay Davenport (USA) 2 W/O
S Loss [6] Venus Williams (USA) 6 6-2 6-4

WTA Rankings PTS

+117

Prize Money

$66,000

INDIAN WELLS

WTA // USA // 01-Mar-1999 // $1,400,000 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 64M/0Q/32D // Rank: 7 // Seed/Entry: 5/W

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R64 BYE
R32 Win Kveta Peschke (CZE) 61 6-1 6-2
R16 Win Ai Sugiyama (JPN) 25 6-0 6-1
Q Win [4] Jana Novotna (CZE) 4 6-2 6-0
S Win Chanda Rubin (USA) 26 2-6 6-4 6-2
F Loss Serena Williams (USA) 21 6-3 3-6 7-5

WTA Rankings PTS

+182

Prize Money

$95,000

HANNOVER

WTA // GERMANY // 15-Feb-1999 // $450,000 // Carpet (Indoor) // Draw: 32M/0Q/16D // Rank: - // Seed/Entry: 3/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R32 BYE
R16 Win Anne-Gaelle Sidot (FRA) 62 6-1 6-3
Q Win [8] Barbara Schett (AUT) 19 6-3 6-2
S Loss [2] Venus Williams (USA) 6 6-3 3-6 6-3

WTA Rankings PTS

+90

Prize Money

$20,000

TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC)

WTA // JAPAN // 01-Feb-1999 // $1,050,000 // Carpet (Indoor) // Draw: 32M/0Q/16D // Rank: 7 // Seed/Entry: 5/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R32 Win Samantha Reeves (USA) 101 6-0 6-1
R16 Win Elena Likhovtseva (RUS) 23 4-6 7-6 (4) 6-2
Q Loss [2] Martina Hingis (SUI) 2 3-6 6-2 6-4

WTA Rankings PTS

+65

Prize Money

$18,500

AUSTRALIAN OPEN

Grand Slam // AUSTRALIA // 18-Jan-1999 // $3,124,386 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 128M/64Q/64D // Rank: 8 // Seed/Entry: 10/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R128 Win Paola Suarez (ARG) 79 6-0 6-3
R64 Win Barbara Schwartz (AUT) 129 4-6 6-1 6-2
R32 Win Mary Joe Fernandez (USA) 68 4-6 6-3 6-4
R16 Win Barbara Schett (AUT) 20 6-1 6-1
Q Loss [6] Monica Seles (USA) 4 7-5 6-1

WTA Rankings PTS

+130

Prize Money

$47,402

SYDNEY

WTA // AUSTRALIA // 11-Jan-1999 // $420,000 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 32M/0Q/16D // Rank: 10 // Seed/Entry: 6/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R32 Win Ai Sugiyama (JPN) 21 6-0 6-4
R16 Win Serena Williams (USA) 22 6-2 3-6 7-5
Q Win [4] Venus Williams (USA) 5 4-6 6-2 6-4
S Loss [1] Lindsay Davenport (USA) 1 6-2 7-5

WTA Rankings PTS

+90

Prize Money

$16,000

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Current WTA Rankings

Singles Road to Singapore Doubles
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Rankings Breakdown

Grand Slams

Date Tournament Round Points
21/06/1999 WIMBLEDON F 520
24/05/1999 FRENCH OPEN W 1064
18/01/1999 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 204
31/08/1998 US OPEN R16 122
22/06/1998 WIMBLEDON R32 110
26/05/1997 FRENCH OPEN Q 204
13/01/1997 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 96
26/08/1996 US OPEN W 772
24/06/1996 WIMBLEDON W 771
27/05/1996 FRENCH OPEN W 864
Date Tournament Round Points
28/08/1995 US OPEN W 900
26/06/1995 WIMBLEDON W 900
29/05/1995 FRENCH OPEN W 900
29/08/1994 US OPEN F 630
20/06/1994 WIMBLEDON R128 14
23/05/1994 FRENCH OPEN S 400
17/01/1994 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 900
30/08/1993 US OPEN W 900
21/06/1993 WIMBLEDON W 900
24/05/1993 FRENCH OPEN W 900
Date Tournament Round Points
18/01/1993 AUSTRALIAN OPEN F 630
31/08/1992 US OPEN Q 190
22/06/1992 WIMBLEDON W 820
25/05/1992 FRENCH OPEN F 575
26/08/1991 US OPEN S 370
24/06/1991 WIMBLEDON W 820
27/05/1991 FRENCH OPEN S 370
14/01/1991 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 190
27/08/1990 US OPEN F 575
25/06/1990 WIMBLEDON S 370
Date Tournament Round Points
28/05/1990 FRENCH OPEN F 575
15/01/1990 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 820
28/08/1989 US OPEN W 820
26/06/1989 WIMBLEDON W 820
29/05/1989 FRENCH OPEN F 575
16/01/1989 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 820
29/08/1988 US OPEN W 820
20/06/1988 WIMBLEDON W 820
23/05/1988 FRENCH OPEN W 820
11/01/1988 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 820
Date Tournament Round Points
31/08/1987 US OPEN F 0
22/06/1987 WIMBLEDON F 0
25/05/1987 FRENCH OPEN W 0
25/08/1986 US OPEN S 0
26/05/1986 FRENCH OPEN Q 0
26/08/1985 US OPEN S 0
24/06/1985 WIMBLEDON R16 0
27/05/1985 FRENCH OPEN R16 0
26/11/1984 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 0
27/08/1984 US OPEN R128 0
Date Tournament Round Points
25/06/1984 WIMBLEDON R16 0
28/05/1984 FRENCH OPEN R32 0
28/11/1983 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R64 0
29/08/1983 US OPEN Q - R64 0
20/06/1983 WIMBLEDON Q - R32 0
23/05/1983 FRENCH OPEN Q 0
Complete Rankings Breakdown

Rankings History

Year Season-ending Singles Season-ending Doubles
1998 9 191
1997 28 0
1996 1 0
1995 1 0
1994 1 245
1993 1 0
1992 2 22
1991 2 0
1990 1 96
1989 1 11
1988 1 5
1987 1 13
1986 3 4
1985 6 0
1984 22 0
1983 93 0
Career-high Singles Career-high Doubles
17-Aug-1987 (1) 02-Mar-1987 (3)

Current WTA Rankings

Ranking Points
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Rankings Breakdown

  • Singles
    Doubles

Grand Slams

Date Tournament Round Points
21/06/1999 WIMBLEDON F 520
24/05/1999 FRENCH OPEN W 1064
18/01/1999 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 204
31/08/1998 US OPEN R16 122
22/06/1998 WIMBLEDON R32 110
26/05/1997 FRENCH OPEN Q 204
13/01/1997 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 96
26/08/1996 US OPEN W 772
24/06/1996 WIMBLEDON W 771
27/05/1996 FRENCH OPEN W 864
Date Tournament Round Points
28/08/1995 US OPEN W 900
26/06/1995 WIMBLEDON W 900
29/05/1995 FRENCH OPEN W 900
29/08/1994 US OPEN F 630
20/06/1994 WIMBLEDON R128 14
23/05/1994 FRENCH OPEN S 400
17/01/1994 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 900
30/08/1993 US OPEN W 900
21/06/1993 WIMBLEDON W 900
24/05/1993 FRENCH OPEN W 900
Date Tournament Round Points
18/01/1993 AUSTRALIAN OPEN F 630
31/08/1992 US OPEN Q 190
22/06/1992 WIMBLEDON W 820
25/05/1992 FRENCH OPEN F 575
26/08/1991 US OPEN S 370
24/06/1991 WIMBLEDON W 820
27/05/1991 FRENCH OPEN S 370
14/01/1991 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 190
27/08/1990 US OPEN F 575
25/06/1990 WIMBLEDON S 370
Date Tournament Round Points
28/05/1990 FRENCH OPEN F 575
15/01/1990 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 820
28/08/1989 US OPEN W 820
26/06/1989 WIMBLEDON W 820
29/05/1989 FRENCH OPEN F 575
16/01/1989 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 820
29/08/1988 US OPEN W 820
20/06/1988 WIMBLEDON W 820
23/05/1988 FRENCH OPEN W 820
11/01/1988 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 820
Date Tournament Round Points
31/08/1987 US OPEN F 0
22/06/1987 WIMBLEDON F 0
25/05/1987 FRENCH OPEN W 0
25/08/1986 US OPEN S 0
26/05/1986 FRENCH OPEN Q 0
26/08/1985 US OPEN S 0
24/06/1985 WIMBLEDON R16 0
27/05/1985 FRENCH OPEN R16 0
26/11/1984 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 0
27/08/1984 US OPEN R128 0
Date Tournament Round Points
25/06/1984 WIMBLEDON R16 0
28/05/1984 FRENCH OPEN R32 0
28/11/1983 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R64 0
29/08/1983 US OPEN Q - R64 0
20/06/1983 WIMBLEDON Q - R32 0
23/05/1983 FRENCH OPEN Q 0

Tour Championships

Date Tournament Round Points
16/11/1998 CHASE CHAMPIONSHIPS S 284
18/11/1996 CHASE CHAMPIONSHIPS W 575
13/11/1995 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS W 820
14/11/1994 VS CHAMPIONSHIPS Q 190
15/11/1993 VS CHAMPIONSHIPS W 820
16/11/1992 VS CHAMPIONSHIPS R16 100
18/11/1991 VS CHAMPIONSHIPS Q 190
12/11/1990 VS CHAMPIONSHIPS S 370
13/11/1989 VS CHAMPIONSHIPS W 820
14/11/1988 VS CHAMPIONSHIPS S 370
Date Tournament Round Points
16/11/1987 VS CHAMPIONSHIPS W 0
17/11/1986 VS CHAMPIONSHIPS F 0
17/03/1986 VS CHAMPIONSHIPS S 0

Tier 1-5

Date Tournament Round Points
02/08/1999 SAN DIEGO R16 1
10/05/1999 BERLIN Q 84
15/03/1999 MIAMI S 159
01/03/1999 INDIAN WELLS F 283
15/02/1999 HANNOVER S 121
01/02/1999 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) Q 92
11/01/1999 SYDNEY S 186
09/11/1998 PHILADELPHIA W 441
02/11/1998 LEIPZIG W 319
24/08/1998 NEW HAVEN W 399
Date Tournament Round Points
17/08/1998 MONTREAL R16 46
03/08/1998 SAN DIEGO R16 41
27/07/1998 STANFORD S 135
15/06/1998 EASTBOURNE Q 54
08/06/1998 BIRMINGHAM S 83
09/03/1998 INDIAN WELLS S 173
16/02/1998 HANNOVER Q 54
19/05/1997 STRASBOURG W 202
12/05/1997 BERLIN Q 103
27/01/1997 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) F 283
Date Tournament Round Points
11/11/1996 PHILADELPHIA F 200
30/09/1996 LEIPZIG S 125
12/08/1996 LOS ANGELES S 121
13/05/1996 BERLIN W 370
06/05/1996 ROME Q 74
25/03/1996 MIAMI W 420
11/03/1996 INDIAN WELLS W 359
06/11/1995 PHILADELPHIA W 470
16/10/1995 BRIGHTON R16 18
14/08/1995 TORONTO R32 13
Date Tournament Round Points
10/04/1995 HOUSTON W 300
20/03/1995 MIAMI W 500
06/03/1995 DELRAY BEACH W 300
13/02/1995 PARIS W 300
15/08/1994 MONTREAL F 330
01/08/1994 SAN DIEGO W 300
09/05/1994 BERLIN W 470
25/04/1994 HAMBURG F 210
14/03/1994 MIAMI W 500
28/02/1994 DELRAY BEACH W 300
Date Tournament Round Points
21/02/1994 INDIAN WELLS W 300
31/01/1994 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) W 470
08/11/1993 PHILADELPHIA F 330
27/09/1993 LEIPZIG W 300
16/08/1993 TORONTO W 470
02/08/1993 SAN DIEGO W 300
10/05/1993 BERLIN W 470
26/04/1993 HAMBURG F 210
29/03/1993 HILTON HEAD W 470
15/03/1993 MIAMI F 350
Date Tournament Round Points
01/03/1993 DELRAY BEACH W 300
01/02/1993 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) S 210
09/11/1992 PHILADELPHIA W 300
19/10/1992 BRIGHTON W 300
05/10/1992 ZURICH W 300
28/09/1992 LEIPZIG W 240
11/05/1992 BERLIN W 400
27/04/1992 HAMBURG W 300
06/04/1992 AMELIA ISLAND F 210
16/03/1992 MIAMI S 210
Date Tournament Round Points
02/03/1992 BOCA RATON W 400
10/02/1992 CHICAGO S 135
21/10/1991 BRIGHTON W 300
07/10/1991 ZURICH W 300
30/09/1991 LEIPZIG W 240
13/05/1991 BERLIN W 375
29/04/1991 HAMBURG W 300
08/04/1991 AMELIA ISLAND F 210
25/03/1991 SAN ANTONIO W 240
18/03/1991 MIAMI S 210
Date Tournament Round Points
04/03/1991 BOCA RATON F 265
28/01/1991 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) Q 70
05/11/1990 WORCESTER W 300
22/10/1990 BRIGHTON W 300
08/10/1990 ZURICH W 300
24/09/1990 LEIPZIG W 240
06/08/1990 SAN DIEGO W 240
30/07/1990 MONTREAL W 375
14/05/1990 BERLIN F 265
30/04/1990 HAMBURG W 300
Date Tournament Round Points
09/04/1990 AMELIA ISLAND W 300
29/01/1990 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) W 300
23/10/1989 BRIGHTON W 300
16/10/1989 ZURICH W 240
14/08/1989 MAHWAH W 240
31/07/1989 SAN DIEGO W 240
15/05/1989 BERLIN W 375
01/05/1989 HAMBURG W 240
10/04/1989 AMELIA ISLAND F 265
03/04/1989 HILTON HEAD W 375
Date Tournament Round Points
13/03/1989 BOCA RATON W 375
27/02/1989 SAN ANTONIO W 240
13/02/1989 WASHINGTON DC W 375
24/10/1988 BRIGHTON W 300
22/08/1988 MAHWAH W 240
25/07/1988 HAMBURG W 240
09/05/1988 BERLIN W 375
11/04/1988 AMELIA ISLAND S 170
21/03/1988 MIAMI W 470
07/03/1988 BOCA RATON F 265
Date Tournament Round Points
29/02/1988 SAN ANTONIO W 240

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    March 13, 2010
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