Chris Evert is one of the WTA's greatest legends, but everything has to come to an end sometime - and for her it was at the hands of fellow American Zina Garrison at the US Open in 1989.
WTA Staff

NEW YORK, NY, USA - Chris Evert is one of the WTA's greatest legends - an 18-time Grand Slam winner, the first No.1 - but everything has to come to an end sometime, and Evert's Grand Slam career wrapped up right here at the US Open in 1989 with a quarterfinal exit to fellow American Zina Garrison.

Garrison, who would eventually reach the semifinals or better at Grand Slams five times in her career - including her famous run to the Wimbledon final in 1990, where she fell to Martina Navratilova - is still a fixture on the tour, currently coaching uber-talented WTA Rising Star Taylor Townsend.

Watch the above video to re-live Evert's last ever point at a Grand Slam...