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Chanda Rubin

Chanda Rubin
  • Residence: Lafayette, Louisiana, USA
  • Date of Birth: 18 Feb 1976
  • Birthplace: Lafayette, Louisiana, USA
  • Height: 5' 6 1/4'' (1.68 m)
  • Weight: 128 lbs. (58 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
  • Status: Pro (August 1991)

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Chanda Rubin Biography

Coached by Benny Sims since May 1998 ... Father, Edward, is a judge; mother, Bernadette, is a retired teacher; older sister, La Shon, is a teacher; younger brother, Edward, attended Louisiana State University on a tennis scholarship and plans to play professionally ... Graduated from Episcopal School of Acadiana in 1993 with honors ... Enjoys reading, watching sports events, especially ice skating, and horseback riding ... Considers Bo Jackson the best all-around athlete ... Highly involved in local and state communities, often conducting clinics (at least a dozen a year), including one in October 1997 to introduce tennis to minority females; a member of Athletes Against Drugs, for which she makes appearances; Wheelchair Tennis spokeswoman for 1993; involved with ChildrenÆs Museum, American Heart Association and Special Olympics causes ... Donated funds to Bishop Charity Fund, an organization in her hometown which benefits the needy ... Supports the WomenÆs Sports Foundation with yearly appearances at its Women and Girls in Sports Day ... Made appearance on behalf of the United Negro College Fund along with Rosie Casals, Zina Garrison and others ... Hosts an annual clinic in New Orleans for about 1,500 children ... Donated more than $12,000 to support wheelchair tennis, the American Tennis Association and to start a grassroots tennis program at two Louisiana schools ... Established the Chanda Rubin Foundation in association with the Southern Tennis Patrons Foundation, and proposed a tennis gala fund-raiser for the foundation which will work to promote tennis and education by providing funding specifically for youth playing opportunities and scholarships; objectives include supporting the above programs monetarily and adding at least three more schools per year to the grassroots tennis program; one of the current commitments of The Chanda Rubin Foundation is sponsoring a circuit of eight ITF Juior tournaments called the Chanda Rubin ITF Circuit û in six years, it has grown to encompass tournaments throughout the United States.
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YTD Career
WTA Singles Titles - 7
WTA Doubles Titles - 10
ITF Women's Circuit Singles Titles - 2
ITF Women's Circuit Doubles Titles - 3
Prize Money $0 $4,470,180
W/L - Singles - - - 399 - 254
W/L - Doubles - - - 227 - 161
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08-Apr-1996 (6) 15-Apr-1996 (9)
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JANUARY - Withdrew from Hobart due to ankle surgery.

APRIL - Withdrew from Amelia Island and Charleston w/ankle injury.

JUNE - Withdrew from Birmingham w/left knee injury.

JULY - In first tournament in over a year (since 2005 Cincinnati), fell 1r at Stanford (l. to eventual quarterfinalist Craybas); withdrew from San Diego w/left knee and ankle injuries.

AUGUST - Withdrew from Montreal w/knee injury; fell 1r at US Open (as WC, l. to No.9 seed Vaidisova).

SEPTEMBER - Reached 2r at Luxembourg (as unranked WC, won first match in over a year w/1r defeat of Muller; l. to No.3 seed Schnyder).

OCTOBER - Fell 1r at Stuttgart (l. to No.5 seed Schnyder) and Moscow (l. to No.6 seed Schnyder); withdrew from Zurich w/left knee, shoulder injury; fell 1r at Linz (l. to qualifier Daniilidou) and Quebec City (l. to Sucha).
1990 - Played first ITF Circuit events, Tour qualifying at Miami and US Open WC (l. 1r).
1991 - First Top 100 finish; WC into Miami (l. to No.4 Sabatini); 2r at Amelia Island as WC (l. to No.13 Sukova in 3s); turned pro at age 15 at US Open, d. Farina Elia (l. to Van Roost); as No.138 qualifier, reached first Tour final next event at Phoenix (l. to Appelmans); afterwards on November 4, broke into Top 100 at No.76.
1992 - Played all four Grand Slams in one season for first time; reached 3r at Boca Raton (l. to No.3 Sabatini) and 4r at US Open.
1993 - Reached QF at Hilton Head (d. Davenport) and SF at Birmingham, d. No.2 seed Coetzer to break into Top 50 for first time on June 14 at No.49; also reached US Open 3r; won first Tour doubles title at Tokyo [Nichirei] (w/Raymond).
1994 - First Top 50 finish; reached second career final at Chicago (l. to Zvereva); reached SF at Hobart, Delray Beach (d. Majoli 60 60), Lucerne and QuTbec City; reached 4r at Australian Open (d. No.12 seed Coetzer, l. to No.3 seed Martfnez); QF at Amelia Island (l. to Navratilova) and Philadelphia (l. to Sabatini).
1995 - First Top 20 finish; reached Tier II finals at Eastbourne (d. No.6 Date; l. to Tauziat 75 third set) and Los Angeles (d. No.8 Sabatini for first win in seven meetings, and No.2 Sßnchez-Vicario for first win in five, l. to Martfnez in 3s); epic wins in Grand Slams, scoring first Top 5 win in Roland Garros 3r, d. world No.5 Novotna 86 third set after trailing 0-5, 0-40, saved 9mp (l. in first Grand Slam QF to Sßnchez-Vicario); at Wimbledon, d. Hy-Boulais 76(4) 67(5) 17-15, a record for most games in a Grand Slam womenÆs singles match (58) and a Wimbledon record for longest final set (two hours, four minutes) and games in a set (32); won first pro singles title at ITF/Midland-USA; also reached SF at Filderstadt and Znrich, l. to eventual champion Majoli both times; qualified for first season-ending Championships (l. 1r to MJ Fernandez in 3s).
1996 û Reached career-high No.6 on April 8, finished No.12 after injury-plagued season; Grand Slam SF debut at Australian Open, d. No.7 Sabatini in 4r and No.3 Sßnchez-Vicario in QF (64 26 16-14 QF win was longest-ever womenÆs match at Australian Open, lasting three hours, 33 minutes û third set lasted two hours, 22 minutes, the match setting Open Era Australian Open records for most games (48) and final set games (30)), in SF, came within two points of upsetting eventual champion Seles, leading 5-2 final set; broke into Top 10 for first time afterwards on January 29 at No.10; won first Grand Slam title by winning Australian Open doubles (w/Sßnchez-Vicario û first-time partner); reached final at Miami, d. No.6 Sabatini before falling to No.1 Graf; reached career-high ranking of No.6 on April 8; out of action from April due to fracture of the hook of the hamate bone in right hand suffered at Miami; returned at Eastbourne in June but retired after one set of first match vs. Raymond; underwent surgery in August to remove the hook of the hamate bone; returned in November at Oakland, then reached Philadelphia QF and won ITF/Salzburg-AUT (d. Lucic in final).
1997 - Season highlighted by career-first Tour singles title at Linz (d. No.4 Novotna in SF and No.11 Habsudova in final); ranking improved from No.32 to No.22; helped USA win its first Hopman Cup title in Perth (w/Gimelstob), then reached Australian Open 4r; also reached 4r at Indian Wells (l. to No.5 Martfnez after holding 5mp) and QuTbec City SF; played first-ever match on new Arthur Ashe Stadium at US Open (l. 1r to Tanasugarn); pushed Graf to 3s in Berlin 2r.
1998 - Reached seventh career final and first of three-in-a-row at QuTbec City (l. to Snyder 76 third set); ranked No.78 in May, lowest since March 1993, but finished No.34, reaching QF at Madrid and Rosmalen; d. No.14 Huber in Sydney 1r.
1999 - Captured second career title at Hobart as No.5 seed (d. Grande in final); extended win streak to eight with 4r finish at Australian Open; runner-up at QuTbec City (l. to Capriati in 3s); at Indian Wells, reached first Tier I SF since 1996 Miami, where she originally injured her hand (d. Hingis for first win over reigning No.1 in eight attempts, l. to Graf in 3s after being up a break in second and third sets); also reached Madrid SF (l. to Sußrez in 3s); as an alternate in Fed Cup 1r, d. Majoli 10-8 third set and won other singles and doubles rubbers to help USA d. Croatia 5-0; doubles runner-up at US Open (w/Testud).
2000 - Third Top 20 finish, first in four years; reached two singles finals, incl. at Hobart as defending champion (l. to Clijsters) in January and in November winning third career title in third straight QuTbec City final (d. Capriati in final, reversing result of 1999 final); improved to No.11, a four-year high; also reached SF at Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (d. Coetzer, reentered Top 20 soon after, first time since January 1997), Eastbourne and Linz and QF at Roland Garros (first Grand Slam QF in over four years), Indian Wells, Stanford and Znrich; qualified for season-ending Championships for first time since 1995, seeded No.8 but was hampered by a left knee injury during 1r loss to Coetzer.
2001 - Underwent arthroscopic surgery on left knee for a meniscus tear after Australian Open; withdrew from Hamburg, Rome and Roland Garros due to a strained left Achilles tendon suffered in Charleston, although she played in Berlin between those tournaments (l. 1r); returned from left Achilles tendon injury at Eastbourne, d. Top 30 players Martfnez and Raymond en route to first SF of season; made QF at Stanford and 3r at US Open (l. to Mauresmo); in doubles w/Callens, d. No.9 seeds Williams/Williams to reach QF, handing the sisters their only loss in last seven Grand Slam tournaments entered since 1999 Australian Open SF (not including walkovers); at Filderstadt, d. No.18 Schett in 1r for first Top 20 win of year (l. to No.7 Henin in 3s); d. No.4 seed Tauziat (saving mp) en route to Linz QF; withdrew from QuTbec City w/left knee injury.
2002 - Underwent left knee surgery in mid-January, and despite playing only first tournament of season in Berlin in May, recorded best season in six years; improved from No.69 (lowest since 1998) in May to No.13 by yearÆs end; won two titles, her first Tier II at Eastbourne (only second unseeded champion in tournamentÆs 27-year history and two spots higher than lowest-ranked winner No.39 McGrath in 1994) and Los Angeles (d. world No.1 S.Williams in QF after trailing 4-1 third set, No.5 Dokic and No.9 Davenport in final, trailing 5-4 second set û first win over Davenport since 1995), lowest seed (No.12) to win there in 21-year history; runner-up at Madrid (only third tournament back), d. No.2 seed and six-time former champion Sßnchez-Vicario in 2r (first meeting since epic 1996 Australian Open QF; l. to Seles); SF at Linz (d. No.8 Dokic, l. to eventual winner Henin); won most Grand Slam matches since 1995, reaching 4r at Roland Garros (l. to V.Williams), Wimbledon (l. to S.Williams) and US Open (l. to No.2 V.Williams 62 46 75 after trailing 4-1 third set, was two points from victory on WilliamsÆ serve in 10th game û first player to take a set from Williams in the event since 2000 SF vs. Hingis).
2003 - Most consistent year of career; first Top 10 finish (No.9) after 12 years as a pro; won 45 matches in a season for first time (45-20), won almost $1 million in a single season for first time and reached 12 QF in 21 starts, incl. five finals; won two titles û Madrid (first on clay) and defended a title for the first time at Eastbourne (incl. comeback SF win over Capriati, saving 2mp with Capriati leading 62 53, 40-15 û one of 10 occasions in 2003 a player came from mp down to win a Tour singles title); on March 17, rose from No.12 to No.10, first time in Top 10 since September 1996; on June 9, rose to No.7, one spot below career-high of May/June 1996; post-US Open, runner-up consecutive weeks in Bali and Shanghai (l. to Dementieva each time, who also ended her chances of qualifying for SF at season-ending Championships after Rubin led 64 52, 30-15 serving); also runner-up at Luxembourg (l. to three-time defending champion Clijsters) and narrowly missed qualifying for Championships until V.Williams withdrew; SF at Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (l. to Seles in 3s) and Miami (d. Mauresmo and Henin-Hardenne û Henin-HardenneÆs earliest loss of season û for loss of just seven games in two matches before falling to Capriati) and QF at Roland Garros (l. to Henin-Hardenne), career fourth at a Grand Slam and first in three years.
2004 - Second non-Top 50 finish in 11 years in injury-plagued season; reached QF at Sydney (l. to No.1 Henin-Hardenne in 3s), 4r at Australian Open (l. to Myskina in 3s) and SF at Tokyo [Pan Pacific], but withdrew prior to SF vs. Maleeva due to reaggravation of left knee injury; returned to action three months later, losing opening round at Vienna and Wimbledon; 1-1 in USAÆs 4-1 Fed Cup QF loss to Austria; reached five consecutive 3r afterwards at Los Angeles (l. to Dementieva), San Diego, MontrTal [Canadian Open] (l. both to Myskina), Olympics (l. to Mauresmo) and US Open (l. to V.Williams); finished season with 1r loss at Bali; at Olympics in doubles, l. in 1r (w/V.Williams) to eventual gold medalists T.Li/Sun of China; withdrew from Indian Wells, Miami, Charleston, Berlin, Rome, Roland Garros and Eastbourne w/inflammation in left knee, and from Filderstadt, Moscow and Znrich after undergoing left knee surgery.
2005 - Injury-plagued season, contesting only three events; played first tournament of 2005 at Strasbourg after recovering from 2004 knee surgery, falling in 1r to Zheng, then fell in Roland Garros qualifying the next week; only other event was Cincinnati (d. Granville in 1r for only match win this season; l. to No.4 seed and eventual semifinalist Hantuchova 62 75 in 2r, making a late surge from a one-break deficit in the second set); prior to Strasbourg, had withdrawn from Australian Open, Acapulco, Indian Wells, Amelia Island, Charleston, Berlin and Rome w/left knee injury; between Roland Garros and Cincinnati, withdrew from Birmingham and Eastbourne w/left knee injury; after contesting Cincinnati, withdrew from San Diego, Los Angeles, Toronto [Canadian Open] and Linz w/left ankle injury, and from Filderstadt w/left knee injury; granted a Special Injury Ranking of No.29 for entry purposes.
SINGLES
Winner (7): 2003 - Madrid, Eastbourne; 2002 - Eastbourne, Los Angeles; 2000 - QuTbec City; 1999 - Hobart; 1997 - Linz; 1996 - ITF/Salzburg 2-AUT; 1995 - ITF/Midland-USA.

DOUBLES
Winner (10): 2000 - Stanford (w/Testud), Linz (w/Mauresmo); 1999 - Filderstadt (w/Testud); 1996 - Australian Open, Amelia Island (both w/Sanchez-Vicario), Oklahoma City, Indian Wells (both w/Schultz-McCarthy); 1995 - Prague (w/Wild); 1994 - Hobart (w/Wild); 1993 - Tokyo [Nichirei] (w/Raymond).

MIXED DOUBLES
Semifinalist (1): 1995 - US Open (w/MacPhie).

ADDITIONAL
United States Fed Cup Team 1995-97, 1999, 2003, 2004. United States Olympic Team 1996, 2004. United States Pan American Team 1995.

Overall Stats

YTD Career
WTA Singles Titles - 7
WTA Doubles Titles - 10
ITF Women's Circuit Singles Titles - 2
ITF Women's Circuit Doubles Titles - 3
Prize Money $0 $4,470,180
W/L - Singles - - - 399 - 254
W/L - Doubles - - - 227 - 161

Grand Slam History

Singles

W/L   2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999
22 / 12 AUSTRALIAN OPEN - - 4r 4r - 1r 2r 4r
20 / 9 FRENCH OPEN - - - QF 4r - QF 2r
10 / 12 WIMBLEDON - - 1r 3r 4r 1r 1r 1r
19 / 15 US OPEN 1r - 3r 1r 4r 3r 3r 1r
W/L   1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992
22 / 12 AUSTRALIAN OPEN 1r 4r SF 2r 4r 1r 1r
20 / 9 FRENCH OPEN 4r 2r - QF 1r - 1r
10 / 12 WIMBLEDON 3r 1r - 3r 1r 2r 1r
19 / 15 US OPEN 2r 1r - 4r 1r 3r 4r
W/L   1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985
22 / 12 AUSTRALIAN OPEN - - - - - - -
20 / 9 FRENCH OPEN - - - - - - -
10 / 12 WIMBLEDON - - - - - - -
19 / 15 US OPEN 2r 1r - - - - -

Doubles

W/L   2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996
16 / 8 AUSTRALIAN OPEN 3r - - 2r 1r 1r 3r W
8 / 8 FRENCH OPEN SF 1r - 3r 1r 1r 2r -
16 / 9 WIMBLEDON 2r SF - 3r 1r 3r 3r -
20 / 11 US OPEN 3r 3r QF QF F 3r 1r -
W/L   1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989
16 / 8 AUSTRALIAN OPEN 3r 2r 3r - - - -
8 / 8 FRENCH OPEN 2r 1r - - - - -
16 / 9 WIMBLEDON 2r QF 2r - - - -
20 / 11 US OPEN QF 1r 1r 1r - - -

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Chanda Rubin Results

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Current WTA Rankings

Singles Road to Singapore Doubles
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Rankings Breakdown

Grand Slams

Date Tournament Round Points
28/08/2006 US OPEN R128 2
23/05/2005 FRENCH OPEN Q - R128 2
30/08/2004 US OPEN R32 84
21/06/2004 WIMBLEDON R128 2
19/01/2004 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 132
25/08/2003 US OPEN R128 2
23/06/2003 WIMBLEDON R32 88
26/05/2003 FRENCH OPEN Q 232
13/01/2003 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 118
26/08/2002 US OPEN R16 168
Date Tournament Round Points
24/06/2002 WIMBLEDON R16 198
27/05/2002 FRENCH OPEN R16 190
27/08/2001 US OPEN R32 80
25/06/2001 WIMBLEDON R128 2
15/01/2001 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R128 2
28/08/2000 US OPEN R32 110
26/06/2000 WIMBLEDON R128 2
29/05/2000 FRENCH OPEN Q 252
17/01/2000 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R64 46
30/08/1999 US OPEN R128 2
Date Tournament Round Points
21/06/1999 WIMBLEDON R128 2
24/05/1999 FRENCH OPEN R64 46
18/01/1999 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 134
31/08/1998 US OPEN R64 46
22/06/1998 WIMBLEDON R32 64
25/05/1998 FRENCH OPEN R16 100
19/01/1998 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R128 2
25/08/1997 US OPEN R128 2
23/06/1997 WIMBLEDON R128 2
26/05/1997 FRENCH OPEN R64 32
Date Tournament Round Points
13/01/1997 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 96
15/01/1996 AUSTRALIAN OPEN S 414
28/08/1995 US OPEN R16 110
26/06/1995 WIMBLEDON R32 55
29/05/1995 FRENCH OPEN Q 200
16/01/1995 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R64 27
29/08/1994 US OPEN R128 14
20/06/1994 WIMBLEDON R128 14
23/05/1994 FRENCH OPEN R128 14
17/01/1994 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 110
Date Tournament Round Points
30/08/1993 US OPEN R32 55
21/06/1993 WIMBLEDON R64 27
18/01/1993 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R128 14
31/08/1992 US OPEN R16 100
22/06/1992 WIMBLEDON R128 13
25/05/1992 FRENCH OPEN R128 13
13/01/1992 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R128 13
26/08/1991 US OPEN R64 25
24/06/1991 WIMBLEDON Q - R64 0
27/05/1991 FRENCH OPEN Q - R32 0
Date Tournament Round Points
27/08/1990 US OPEN R128 13
Complete Rankings Breakdown

Rankings History

Year Season-ending Singles Season-ending Doubles
2006 481 -
2005 546 -
2004 53 -
2003 9 34
2002 13 32
2001 54 71
2000 13 22
1999 22 22
1998 34 30
1997 30 27
1996 17 16
1995 15 33
1994 23 54
1993 69 48
1992 83 85
1991 83 348
1990 521 0
Career-high Singles Career-high Doubles
08-Apr-1996 (6) 15-Apr-1996 (9)

Current WTA Rankings

Ranking Points
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Rankings Breakdown

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    Doubles

Grand Slams

Date Tournament Round Points
28/08/2006 US OPEN R128 2
23/05/2005 FRENCH OPEN Q - R128 2
30/08/2004 US OPEN R32 84
21/06/2004 WIMBLEDON R128 2
19/01/2004 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 132
25/08/2003 US OPEN R128 2
23/06/2003 WIMBLEDON R32 88
26/05/2003 FRENCH OPEN Q 232
13/01/2003 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 118
26/08/2002 US OPEN R16 168
Date Tournament Round Points
24/06/2002 WIMBLEDON R16 198
27/05/2002 FRENCH OPEN R16 190
27/08/2001 US OPEN R32 80
25/06/2001 WIMBLEDON R128 2
15/01/2001 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R128 2
28/08/2000 US OPEN R32 110
26/06/2000 WIMBLEDON R128 2
29/05/2000 FRENCH OPEN Q 252
17/01/2000 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R64 46
30/08/1999 US OPEN R128 2
Date Tournament Round Points
21/06/1999 WIMBLEDON R128 2
24/05/1999 FRENCH OPEN R64 46
18/01/1999 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 134
31/08/1998 US OPEN R64 46
22/06/1998 WIMBLEDON R32 64
25/05/1998 FRENCH OPEN R16 100
19/01/1998 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R128 2
25/08/1997 US OPEN R128 2
23/06/1997 WIMBLEDON R128 2
26/05/1997 FRENCH OPEN R64 32
Date Tournament Round Points
13/01/1997 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 96
15/01/1996 AUSTRALIAN OPEN S 414
28/08/1995 US OPEN R16 110
26/06/1995 WIMBLEDON R32 55
29/05/1995 FRENCH OPEN Q 200
16/01/1995 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R64 27
29/08/1994 US OPEN R128 14
20/06/1994 WIMBLEDON R128 14
23/05/1994 FRENCH OPEN R128 14
17/01/1994 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 110
Date Tournament Round Points
30/08/1993 US OPEN R32 55
21/06/1993 WIMBLEDON R64 27
18/01/1993 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R128 14
31/08/1992 US OPEN R16 100
22/06/1992 WIMBLEDON R128 13
25/05/1992 FRENCH OPEN R128 13
13/01/1992 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R128 13
26/08/1991 US OPEN R64 25
24/06/1991 WIMBLEDON Q - R64 0
27/05/1991 FRENCH OPEN Q - R32 0
Date Tournament Round Points
27/08/1990 US OPEN R128 13

Tour Championships

Date Tournament Round Points
04/11/2003 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS R1 164
06/11/2002 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS R16 67
13/11/2000 CHASE CHAMPIONSHIPS R16 54
13/11/1995 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS R16 100

Fed Cup

Date Tournament Round Points
10/07/2004 FED CUP WEEK 2 R2 0
19/07/2003 FED CUP WEEK 2 R2 0

Tier 1-5

Date Tournament Round Points
30/10/2006 QUEBEC CITY R32 1
23/10/2006 LINZ R32 1
09/10/2006 MOSCOW R32 1
02/10/2006 STUTTGART R32 1
25/09/2006 LUXEMBOURG R16 25
24/07/2006 STANFORD R32 1
18/07/2005 CINCINNATI R16 24
16/05/2005 STRASBOURG R32 1
13/09/2004 BALI R32 1
02/08/2004 MONTREAL R16 47
Date Tournament Round Points
25/07/2004 SAN DIEGO R16 80
19/07/2004 LOS ANGELES R16 37
17/05/2004 VIENNA R16 1
03/02/2004 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) S 151
11/01/2004 SYDNEY Q 64
27/10/2003 PHILADELPHIA Q 53
20/10/2003 LUXEMBOURG F 125
12/10/2003 ZURICH R32 1
06/10/2003 FILDERSTADT R16 64
15/09/2003 SHANGHAI F 157
Date Tournament Round Points
08/09/2003 BALI F 129
28/07/2003 SAN DIEGO Q 100
16/06/2003 EASTBOURNE W 291
19/05/2003 MADRID W 150
12/05/2003 ROME R32 1
05/05/2003 BERLIN R32 1
19/03/2003 MIAMI S 255
05/03/2003 INDIAN WELLS Q 112
24/02/2003 SCOTTSDALE R16 33
28/01/2003 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) S 162
Date Tournament Round Points
05/01/2003 SYDNEY Q 95
21/10/2002 LINZ S 158
13/10/2002 ZURICH R32 1
07/10/2002 FILDERSTADT R32 1
12/08/2002 MONTREAL R32 46
04/08/2002 LOS ANGELES W 419
29/07/2002 SAN DIEGO R16 39
17/06/2002 EASTBOURNE W 301
20/05/2002 MADRID F 128
13/05/2002 ROME Q - R64 1
Date Tournament Round Points
06/05/2002 BERLIN R16 35
22/10/2001 LINZ Q 108
14/10/2001 ZURICH R16 51
08/10/2001 FILDERSTADT R16 49
13/08/2001 TORONTO R32 24
05/08/2001 LOS ANGELES R32 1
30/07/2001 SAN DIEGO R32 24
23/07/2001 STANFORD Q 68
18/06/2001 EASTBOURNE S 136
07/05/2001 BERLIN R64 1
Date Tournament Round Points
16/04/2001 CHARLESTON R32 1
09/04/2001 AMELIA ISLAND R32 1
02/04/2001 PORTO R16 22
07/01/2001 CANBERRA Q 57
06/11/2000 PHILADELPHIA R16 49
30/10/2000 QUEBEC CITY W 193
16/10/2000 LINZ S 108
09/10/2000 ZURICH Q 96
02/10/2000 FILDERSTADT R16 61
14/08/2000 MONTREAL R16 56
Date Tournament Round Points
07/08/2000 LOS ANGELES R16 61
31/07/2000 SAN DIEGO R32 1
24/07/2000 STANFORD Q 67
19/06/2000 EASTBOURNE S 133
15/05/2000 ROME R32 32
08/05/2000 BERLIN R16 42
10/04/2000 AMELIA ISLAND R16 38
20/03/2000 MIAMI R32 26
06/03/2000 INDIAN WELLS Q 112
28/02/2000 SCOTTSDALE R16 36
Date Tournament Round Points
01/02/2000 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) S 177
08/11/1999 PHILADELPHIA R16 36
01/11/1999 QUEBEC CITY F 114
18/10/1999 MOSCOW R32 1
11/10/1999 ZURICH R16 51
04/10/1999 FILDERSTADT R32 1
16/08/1999 TORONTO R16 66
02/08/1999 SAN DIEGO R16 61
26/07/1999 STANFORD R16 49
14/06/1999 EASTBOURNE R32 1
Date Tournament Round Points
17/05/1999 MADRID S 79
10/05/1999 BERLIN R64 1
05/04/1999 AMELIA ISLAND R16 38
15/03/1999 MIAMI R32 26
01/03/1999 INDIAN WELLS S 293
22/02/1999 OKLAHOMA CITY Q 47
11/01/1999 HOBART W 115
04/01/1999 AUCKLAND Q 28
09/11/1998 PHILADELPHIA Q - R16 5
26/10/1998 QUEBEC CITY F 147
Date Tournament Round Points
19/10/1998 MOSCOW R16 71
12/10/1998 ZURICH R32 1
05/10/1998 FILDERSTADT Q - Q 21
24/08/1998 NEW HAVEN R16 41
10/08/1998 LOS ANGELES R32 1
03/08/1998 SAN DIEGO R16 41
27/07/1998 STANFORD R32 1
15/06/1998 'S-HERTOGENBOSCH Q 49
18/05/1998 MADRID Q 43
11/05/1998 BERLIN R64 1
Date Tournament Round Points
06/04/1998 AMELIA ISLAND R64 1
30/03/1998 HILTON HEAD R64 1
16/03/1998 MIAMI R64 17
09/03/1998 INDIAN WELLS R32 32
12/01/1998 SYDNEY R16 61
10/11/1997 PHILADELPHIA R16 34
03/11/1997 CHICAGO R32 1
20/10/1997 QUEBEC CITY S 87
15/09/1997 TOKYO (TOYOTA) R32 1
18/08/1997 ATLANTA R16 36
Date Tournament Round Points
11/08/1997 TORONTO R64 1
04/08/1997 LOS ANGELES R32 1
28/07/1997 SAN DIEGO R32 1
16/06/1997 EASTBOURNE R32 1
12/05/1997 BERLIN R32 30
05/05/1997 ROME R32 37
07/04/1997 AMELIA ISLAND R16 53
17/03/1997 MIAMI R16 79
03/03/1997 INDIAN WELLS R16 61
10/02/1997 PARIS R16 30
Date Tournament Round Points
03/02/1997 LINZ W 260
06/01/1997 SYDNEY R32 1
11/11/1996 PHILADELPHIA Q 102
04/11/1996 OAKLAND R32 1
17/06/1996 EASTBOURNE R16 138
08/04/1996 AMELIA ISLAND R16 30
25/03/1996 MIAMI F 265
11/03/1996 INDIAN WELLS Q 63
19/02/1996 OKLAHOMA CITY S 78
08/01/1996 SYDNEY Q 66
Date Tournament Round Points
06/11/1995 PHILADELPHIA R16 55
09/10/1995 FILDERSTADT S 135
02/10/1995 ZURICH S 210
07/08/1995 LOS ANGELES F 210
31/07/1995 SAN DIEGO R32 9
19/06/1995 EASTBOURNE F 210
15/05/1995 BOURNEMOUTH Q 25
08/05/1995 PRAGUE R32 6
10/04/1995 HOUSTON R16 35
03/04/1995 AMELIA ISLAND R16 35
Date Tournament Round Points
27/03/1995 HILTON HEAD R16 55
27/02/1995 INDIAN WELLS Q 70
06/02/1995 CHICAGO Q 70
09/01/1995 HOBART R16 10
07/11/1994 PHILADELPHIA Q 105
31/10/1994 QUEBEC CITY S 85
17/10/1994 BRIGHTON R32 18
10/10/1994 FILDERSTADT R16 35
15/08/1994 MONTREAL R32 28
13/06/1994 EASTBOURNE R64 9
Date Tournament Round Points
16/05/1994 LUCERNE S 85
04/04/1994 AMELIA ISLAND Q 70
28/03/1994 HILTON HEAD R64 13
14/03/1994 MIAMI R32 30
28/02/1994 DELRAY BEACH S 135
07/02/1994 CHICAGO F 210
10/01/1994 HOBART S 50
08/11/1993 PHILADELPHIA S 28
01/11/1993 QUEBEC CITY R16 20
27/09/1993 SAPPORO R32 6
Date Tournament Round Points
20/09/1993 TOKYO (NICHIREI) R32 18
23/08/1993 SCHENECTADY R32 10
16/08/1993 TORONTO R32 28
26/07/1993 STRATTON MOUNTAIN R32 9
14/06/1993 EASTBOURNE R64 9
07/06/1993 BIRMINGHAM S 85
05/04/1993 AMELIA ISLAND R32 18
29/03/1993 HILTON HEAD Q 105
15/03/1993 MIAMI R64 15
01/03/1993 DELRAY BEACH R64 9
Date Tournament Round Points
11/01/1993 MELBOURNE Q - R16 0
04/01/1993 BRISBANE R32 10
09/11/1992 INDIANAPOLIS R16 20
26/10/1992 SAN JUAN R16 20
24/08/1992 SCHENECTADY R16 10
15/06/1992 EASTBOURNE R64 9
18/05/1992 LUCERNE R32 10
13/04/1992 HOUSTON R16 35
06/04/1992 AMELIA ISLAND R64 9
23/03/1992 SAN ANTONIO R16 30
Date Tournament Round Points
16/03/1992 MIAMI R128 6
02/03/1992 BOCA RATON R16 50
17/02/1992 OKLAHOMA CITY R32 10
06/01/1992 SYDNEY Q - R32 0
11/11/1991 INDIANAPOLIS R32 10
28/10/1991 PHOENIX F 135
29/07/1991 SAN DIEGO Q - R16 0
22/07/1991 WESTCHESTER R32 6
10/06/1991 BIRMINGHAM Q - R16 0
15/04/1991 HOUSTON Q - Q 0
Date Tournament Round Points
08/04/1991 AMELIA ISLAND R32 18
18/03/1991 MIAMI R32 25
19/03/1990 MIAMI Q - R32 0

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