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Coached by father, Ted McQuillan; mother's name is Janice; has two older sisters, Kim and Michelle; fiance is Scott Byrnes...Has done television tennis commentary...Likes snow skiing, golf, horseback riding, surfing and water skiing.

Career Highlights

Winner: 2003 - ITF/Bendigo-AUS; 2002 - ITF/Dalby-AUS; 2000 - ITF/Bendigo-AUS, ITF/Fresno-USA, ITF/Brisbane-AUS, ITF/Nuriootpa-AUS; 1999 - ITF/Nuriootpa-AUS; 1997 - ITF/Bronx-USA, ITF/Sedona-USA; 1989 - ITF/Caserta-ITA, ITF/Monviso-ITA; 1988 - ITF/Melbourne-AUS, ITF/Adelaide-AUS; 1987 - ITF/Sydney-AUS.
Finalist (6): 1994 - Hobart; 1992 - Brisbane; 1991 - Strasbourg; 1990 - Brisbane, Austrian Open; 1989 - Athens.

Winner (5): 2001 - Tokyo [Japan Open] (w/L.Huber); 2000 - Birmingham (w/McShea); 1993 - Schenectady (w/Porwik), Hong Kong (w/Kschwendt); 1991 - Schenectady (w/Porwik).

Semifinalist (3): 1998 - Roland Garros (w/Macpherson); 1996 - US Open (w/Macpherson); 1995 - Roland Garros (w/Macpherson).

Australian Fed Cup Team 1990-92, 1994-98, 2001. Australian Olympic Team 1992, 1996.

Career in Review

1992 - At Brisbane, reached first all-Australian final since Sept. 26, 1983 (when Smylie d. A. Minter in Kansas City); McQuillan l. to Provis; won Olympic Bronze Medal in doubles w/Provis
1995 - Unseeded, reached QF of Miami with upsets of seeds Frazier and Davenport; victory over Davenport, ranked No. 6, was first over a Top 10 player
1997 - Just prior to US Open, won first tournament in eight years at ITF/Bronx-USA; ranked No. 100, upset No. 7 seed C. Martinez at US Open to reach 4r, her second victory over a Top 10 player; in next tournament, at Surabaya, reached SF as world No. 119; upset No. 13 Coetzer in 1r of Fed Cup; playing for first time with Miyagi, reached final of World Doubles Cup in Edinburgh; joined Million Dollar Club in career prize money
2000 - Captured three ITF event titles; with McShea, collected fourth WTA Tour doubles title and first in seven years at Birmingham
2001 - Won six straight matches at Dubai, including three qualifying rounds, and captured her third career victory over a Top 10 player by upsetting No. 7 Pierce to reach first Tier II SF on WTA Tour since 1992; as a world No. 71 LL at Indian Wells, continued to upset higher-ranked players with wins over No. 20 Frazier and No. 24 Shaughnessy en route to a 4r finish; reached Wimbledon doubles QF with McShea; upset No. 26 seed Tanasugarn in 1r of US Open, her first match-win there in four years; at Tokyo [Princess Cup], with partner J. Lee, upset Navratilova/Sanchez-Vicario in a third-set tie-break to reach SF; two weeks later at Tokyo [Japan Open], with second-time partner L. Huber, d. Lee/Prakusya to win title
2002 - Started new season at Auckland with a 64 61 1r loss to eventual tournament champion Smashnova; at Canberra, l. to qualifier Grahame in 2r; as world No. 78, l. 1r at Australian Open to No. 34 Sugiyama 67(7) 63 63; as world No. 79, d. qualifier Nemeckova 26 64 60 in 1r of Doha before falling to No. 76 Matevzic 63 63; as a WC, ranked No. 75, fell in 1r of Dubai to No. 53 Pisnik; at Miami, as world No. 137, fell in 1r to No. 116 qualifier Dominikovic 63 64; won 13th career title on the ITF Circuit at ITF/Dalby-AUS with upsets of No. 2 seed Watson and No. 4 seed Dominikovic, both Australian compatriots
2003 - Recieved WC spot at Australian Open, her 16th; l. 1r to Garbin 64 76; won ITF/Bendigo-AUS as No. 1 seed by d. No. 2 seed Yoshida in final; reached doubles SF w/McShea at ITF/Mackay-AUS