|Age||55 (19 Feb 1962)|
|Height||5'8" (1.73 m)|
|Career Prize Money||$3,340,959|
|YTD Prize Money|
|Birthplace||Prague, Czech Republic|
|Current Singles Ranking||Current Doubles Ranking|
Winner (27): 1987 - Australian Open, Washington, DC, Brisbane; 1985 - US Open, US Indoors, Oakland; 1984 - Oakland, Dallas, Boston, Houston, Washington, DC; 1981 - Roland Garros, Houston, Mahwah; 1980 - Australian Open, Adelaide, Stockholm, Mahwah, Atlanta, Amsterdam; 1979 - Montreal [Futures], Kitzbuhel, Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney; 1978 - Milan, Adelaide.
Winner (6): 1989 - US Open (w/Navratilova), Indian Wells (w/Shriver), Hilton Head (w/Navratilova); 1987 - San Francisco (w/Turnbull), Brisbane (w/Turnbull); 1986 - Virginia Slims Championships [March] (w/Turnbull).
Czech Fed Cup Team 1978-87.
Amassed 27 singles titles, including four Grand Slams...Last tournament played was 1990 Wimbledon...Coached Jana Novotna, who won 1998 Wimbledon and reached No. 2 in the world, for nine years...Former Fed Cup captain of the Czech Republic team and played on three champion Fed Cup teams for Czechoslovakia...After a six-month break, upset Chris Evert 3-6, 7-6(7-2), 6-0 in second round of 1989 Indian Wells...Stopped Martina Navratilova’s winning streak of 54, one match short of tying the modern record, defeating her 7-6(8-6), 3-6, 6-4 in the 1984 Oakland final; Navratilova went on to win her next 74 matches, a record which still stands...Voted 1980 WTA Tour Most Improved Player...1978 ITF Junior World Champion.