|Age||41 (18 Jan 1976)|
|Height||5'7 3/4'' (1.72 m)|
|Career Prize Money||$739,366|
|YTD Prize Money|
|Current Singles Ranking||Current Doubles Ranking|
Father, Jean-Pierre, is a physiotherapist; mother, Francoise Buyshaert, works in computer field; brother, Olivier, plays soccer and tennis; sister, Stephanie, is a student...In 1999, took a correspondence course in public relations...Favorite city is Brugge, a charming little town situated on a riverside in Belgium, and Durbuy...Likes to work on her computer, surf the Internet and go to the movies with her boyfriend, Bart...Favorite movie is Good Will Hunting.
• Member of 2001 Belgium Fed Cup champion team
• Member of the 2001 WTA Tour Players' Committee
• Has career wins over Garrison, McNeil, Paulus and Tauziat
• In juniors, was finalist at the 1992 Wimbledon and 1993 Roland Garros; won the 1992 and 1993 Roland Garros and 1993 Wimbledon doubles events, all with Feber
Winner (0 WTA Tour): 1993 - ITF/Sofia-BUL [Sept.], ITF/Bad Klein Kirchheim-AUT; 1992 - ITF/Koksijde-BEL.
Finalist (2): 1999 - Tashkent; 1996 - Cardiff.
Semifinalist (2): 2000 - Antwerp; 1996 - Jakarta.
Quarterfinalist (15): 2001 - Antwerp; 1999 - Cairo, 's-Hertogenbosch, Palermo; 1998 - Bogota; 1997 - Pattaya; 1996 - Linz, Birmingham; 1995 - Chicago, Amelia Island, Birmingham, Quebec City; 1994 - Paris Indoors, Taranto; 1993 - Budapest.
Winner (4): 1999 - Cairo (w/Sanchez-Vicario), Bratislava (w/Clijsters); 1998 - Istanbul (w/Babel); 1994 - Paris Indoors (w/Appelmans).
Finalist (5): 2000 - Leipzig (w/Clijsters); 1997 - Luxembourg (w/Babel); 1996 - Jakarta (w/Feber), Cardiff (w/Callens); 1995 - Jakarta (w/Feber).
Belgian Fed Cup Team 1993-98, 2000-02. Belgian Olympic Team 1996.
1996 - Competing for Belgium, d. Russian Kournikova in 1r at Olympics; defaulted 2r match to Seles at US Open due to a left knee injury, osteochondritis (inflammation of cartilage on the bone); underwent surgery and missed remainder of year
1998 - Collected second career doubles title on the WTA Tour, and first in four years, at Istanbul with M. Babel; with Schett, upset world Top 10 doubles players Sanchez-Vicario/Zvereva to reach SF at Leipzig
1999 - As a qualifier, rallied from a 62, 4-1 deficit against Shaughnessy and then upset No. 7 seed Smashnova to reach QF at Cairo, and won the doubles title; won second doubles title of season in Bratislava; reached second singles final of her career and first in three years at Taskent, falling to top seed Smashnova in final; reached QF in 's-Hertogenbosch and Palermo
2000 - Reached a final and three SF in doubles
2001 - As a WC at Antwerp reached QF (previous year there upset No. 5 seed Habsudova en route to fourth career SF)
2002 - Member of Belgian Fed Cup Team that d. Australia 3-1 in 1r (doubles match was abandoned due to rain); in Fed Cup play, lost her doubles match in Belgium's QF loss to Italy