|Age||54 (12 Dec 1962)|
|Height||5'5" (1.65 m)|
|Career Prize Money||$1,992,380|
|YTD Prize Money|
|Birthplace||Palos Verdes Peninsula, California, USA|
|Current Singles Ranking||Current Doubles Ranking|
Member of tennis family which produced three professional players in addition to Tracy: Pam, Jeff, and John; brother Doug was a top college player; mother, Jeanne, is a travel agent and plays tennis daily; father, George, is a retired nuclear physicist...Married Scott Holt on April 17, 1993...Has three sons: Dylan, born April 15, 1996, Brandon, born April 6, 1998, and Sean, born March 23, 2001...Enjoys reading and gardening...Keeps a journal of all experiences...Likes to attend sporting events, especially Los Angeles Lakers basketball games...Has had annual charity pro/celebrity event for underprivileged children since 1978...Does tennis commentary for USA Network and Fox Sports; has done commentary for NBC-TV and ABC-TV...Published autobiography titled Beyond Center Court in 1992...Gives numerous speeches and clinics.
• To celebrate the WTA Tour's 30th Anniversary, attended an on-court ceremony at the 2003 season-ending Championships that honored 13 world No. 1 champions (past and present) and founding members of the tour
• At 2002 US Open, presented with a Mentor Award by fellow mentor Gabriela Sabatini and protege Alexandra Stevenson, on behalf of the WTA Tour, in recognition of her contribution to the Partners for Success program and to the sport of tennis at large
• At 29 years, 7 months, became youngest inductee into the International Tennis Hall of Fame on July 11, 1992
• Elected to Women's Sports Foundation's Board of Trustees in 1993-95; also on Big Sisters of Los Angeles Board
• AP Female Athlete of the Year in 1979 and 1981; Women's Sports Foundation Sportswoman of the Year in 1980; WTA Player of the Year in 1980; WTA Most Impressive Newcomer in 1977; Special Honoree at 1995 15th Annual Thurman Munson Awards
• Appeared on cover of World Tennis magazine at age 4
• Won 1978 Wimbledon junior singles title; won 25 national girls' age-group titles from 12-and-under singles (1972) to Girls 18s (1978)
Winner (30): 1982 - San Diego; 1981 - US Open, Colgate Championships [NJ], Filderstadt, Canadian Open, Eastbourne, Atlanta, San Diego; 1980 - Avon Championships [New York], Colgate Championships [Washington, DC], Hilton Head, US Indoors, La Costa, Eastbourne, Cincinnati, Seattle, Boston, Tucson, San Diego, Filderstadt; 1979 - US Open, Washington, Rome, Hilton Head, San Diego, Tokyo [Emerson Cup], Filderstadt; 1978 - Filderstadt, Tokyo [Gunze]; 1977 - Portland.
Winner (4): 1979 - Hollywood (w/Stove), Mahwah (w/Stove); 1978 - Phoenix (w/Stove), Filderstadt (w/Stove).
Winner (1): 1980 - Wimbledon (w/John Austin).
United States Fed Cup Team 1978-80. United States Wightman Cup Team 1978-79, 81.
1977 - Won first title at Avon Futures of Portland at 14 yrs., 28 days in 1977
1979 - Won first major title at 1979 Rome, defeating Sylvia Hanika in final; defeated Chris Evert 64 26 76 in SF to end Evert's record 125-match clay court win streak; led career head-to-head against Evert 9-8; defeated Chris Evert 64 63 in 1979 to become youngest player to win US Open at age 16 years, nine months
1980 - Became youngest No. 1-ranked player in the Open Era (at the time) at 17 years, 3 months and 26 days, on April 7, 1980; was first to break Evert-Navratilova stranglehold on the No. 1 spot since 1975; part of first brother/sister team (with John Austin) to win Wimbledon mixed doubles; earned $2 million in prize money; reached $1 million in career earnings at Wells Fargo Open in San Diego (August 1980), becoming the youngest athlete (then) — male or female — at 17 years, 8 months to reach that mark in a career
1981 - Defeated Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova back-to-back four times (1979 US Open and Filderstadt, and 1981 Canadian Open and Toyota Championships); won 1981 US Open, defeating Martina Navratilova 76 in the third set, the first US Open title decided by a tie-break; won three season-ending championships titles — the 1980 Avon Championships, the 1981 Toyota Championships and the 1980 Colgate Championships
1983-1984 - Played limited schedule from June 1983 to February 1984 due to back injury, then was off the tour more than four years
1988 - Returned to Tour in August 1988 at San Diego to play selected doubles events for remainder of year
1989-1993 - On March 7, 1989, played first singles match in a sanctioned tournament (Indian Wells) since February 1984; involved in car accident August 3, 1989, which resulted in broken leg that required surgery, injury forced her off the Tour until February 1993
1994 - Retired in July 1994