Coaching Career Highlights:• In December 2016, Rinaldi was appointed as the captain of the United States Fed Cup team, succeeding Mary Joe Fernandez. In her first year as Fed Cup captain, the U.S. won the 2017 Fed Cup• USTA Lead National Coach and Head of Team USA – works with U.S. players ranked Nos. 1-500• Enjoyed a very successful 2018 campaign with Allie Kiick as the American was a finalist at two ITF events (Pelham, Denain), won the ITF title at Bastad and reached the quarterfinal stage of WTA Premier-level event in Washington, D.C.
Playing Experience:• Highest WTA Singles Ranking: No.7• Highest WTA Doubles Ranking: No.13• Three-time WTA singles titlist and two-time WTA doubles titlist• Advanced to the semifinals of Wimbledon in 1985 and the quarterfinals of Roland Garros twice in 1981 and 1986• Recipient of WTA Most Impressive Newcomer Award in 1981 and WTA Comeback Player of the Year Award in 1989• Became the youngest player to win a match at Wimbledon (14 years, 91 days) in 1981, a record that stood until 1990
Personal:Married with one son. Involved with the Treasure Coast Hospice Charity. Current sponsor affiliations are Wilson, Adidas and USTA.