|Age||51 (25 Aug 1965)|
|Height||5'7" (1.70 m)|
|Career Prize Money||$570,414|
|YTD Prize Money|
|Birthplace||Chicago, Illinios, USA|
|Current Singles Ranking||Current Doubles Ranking|
coached by Harry Hopman...Full name is Erica Kathleen Horvath...Father, Andrew, is Hungarian; mother, Erica, is German...Speaks fluent German, her first language...Enjoys art and visiting museums in different cities...Favorite artists include Monet, Renoir, Cezanne, Van Gogh, and Miro...Also enjoys cooking, ballet, snorkeling, hiking, bicycling, snow skiing, swimming, reading, music, and movies...Loves animals...Appeared in 1985 Lipton/WTA Calendar.
• Youngest player to win US Girls National 16s (13 years, 11 months) in 1979
• Only player ever to win all four age group titles in US Girls Clay Courts in consecutive years
Winner: 1987 - Belgian Open; 1985 - Indianapolis [March], Palm Beach Gardens; 1983 - Ginny Championships, Nashville; 1981 - Montreal.
Finalist: 1984 - German Open, Marco Island; 1983 - German Open.
Winner: 1985 - Indianapolis [March] (w/Burgin); 1983 - U.S. Clay (w/Ruzici); 1982 - Italian Open (w/Vermaak).
Finalist: 1987 - Belgian Open (w/Mesker), Athens (w/van Rensburg), Strasbourg (w/Mesker); 1984 - German Open (w/Ruzici).
United States Fed Cup Team 1984.
1981 - Made 1st appearance on computer in June at No. 79
1983 - Broke Navratilova's 84-match win-streak in 4r at Roland Garros
1984 - Reached QF at Olympics
1985 - Won Indianapolis and Palm Beach Gardens back-to-back
1987 - Upset Bunge to win Belgian Open