|Age||50 (26 Apr 1966)|
|Height||5'11 1/2" (1.82 m)|
|Career Prize Money||$1,162,635|
|YTD Prize Money|
|Current Singles Ranking||Current Doubles Ranking|
Began playing at age 9...Coached by father and Ferenc Polyak...Parents are Otto and Katalin; has younger sister, Anita.
• Ranked No. 1 in Hungary in 1983-87, 1989-91, 1992-96
• Has career wins over Novotna, Sukova, Maleeva-Fragniere, K. Maleeva, Zvereva, Austin and Jaeger
• Received Most Improved Player Award by WTA Tour and TENNIS Magazine in 1982
• Nominated for 1989 WTA Tour Comeback Player of the Year Award
Winner (5 WTA Tour): 1995 - ITF/Budapest-HUN [April]; 1994 - ITF/Budapest-HUN; 1985 - US Clay Courts; 1983 - Italian Open, US Clay Courts, Hittfeld; 1982 - Pennsylvania; 1981 - ITF/Bad Hersfeld-GER. Finalist (2): 1989 - Mahwah; 1982 - Swiss Open.
Winner (6): 1995 - Maria Lankowitz (w/Farina); 1993 - Strasbourg (w/Stafford); 1989 - Tampa (w/B. Schultz); 1986 - Roland Garros (w/Navratilova); 1985 - European Indoors (w/Mandlikova); 1984 - European Indoors (w/Leand).
Finalist (2): 1994 - Paris Indoors (w/Pierce); 1990 - Amelia Island (w/Rajchrtova).
Hungarian Fed Cup Team 1983-86, 1989-90, 1992. Hungarian Olympic Team 1996.
1983 - Broke into Top 20 at No. 18 in February and reached No. 10 by Aug. after winning US Clay Courts with a 62 62 triumph over Garrison; also won Hittfeld and Italian Open that year
1986 - Made comeback after dropping out of Top 25 for first time since 1983
1989 - Returned to tour at start of year after a 20-month layoff due to ankle and shoulder injuries; had two operations on ankle in March and September of 1987 and then arthroscopic surgery on right shoulder in April of 1988
1994 - Joined Million Dollar Club in career prize money
1995 - Defended hometown tournament title by winning ITF/Budapest-HUN; also won doubles title at ITF/Southampton-GBR
2003 - Captained Hungarian Fed Cup Team in 2003