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Winner (24): 1999 - Hannover; 1998 - Wimbledon, Linz, Eastbourne, Prague; 1997 - Tour Championships, Madrid, Leipzig, Moscow; 1996 - Madrid, Zurich, Chicago, Philadelphia; 1995 - Linz; 1994 - Leipzig, Brighton, Essen; 1993 - Osaka, Brighton; 1991 - Sydney, Oklahoma City; 1990 - Albuquerque; 1989 - Strasbourg; 1988 - Adelaide.
Finalist (17): 1998 - Hannover, Hamburg, New Haven; 1997 - Hannover, Eastbourne, Wimbledon; 1996 - Essen; 1993 - Wimbledon, Leipzig; 1992 - Chicago, Leipzig, Brighton; 1991 - Australian Open, Leipzig; 1989 - Hamburg, Zurich; 1988 - Brisbane.
Winner (76): 1999 - Miami (w/Hingis), Hilton Head (w/Likhovtseva), Toronto (w/Pierce); 1998 - Miami, Toronto, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open (all w/Hingis); Eastbourne (w/de Swardt); 1997 - US Open (w/Davenport), Tour Championships, Amelia Island, Berlin (all w/Davenport), Leipzig, Paris [Indoors] (both w/Hingis); 1996 - Paris [Indoors] (w/Boogert), Miami, Hilton Head, Madrid, Eastbourne (all w/Sánchez-Vicario), Filderstadt (w/Arendt); 1995 - Australian Open, Wimbledon, Tour Championships, Miami, Eastbourne (all w/Sánchez-Vicario), Sydney (w/Davenport), Delray Beach (w/MJ Fernandez); 1994 - US Open, Delray Beach, Wesley Chapel, Hamburg, San Diego (all w/Sánchez-Vicario); 1993 - Miami, Osaka, Toronto (all w/Neiland), Paris [Indoors] (w/A. Strnadova), Rome (w/Sánchez-Vicario); 1992 - Brisbane, Wesley Chapel, Berlin, Eastbourne, San Diego, Leipzig, Brighton (all w/Neiland); 1991 - Roland Garros, Brisbane, Chicago (all w/G. Fernandez), Hamburg, Washington DC, Philadelphia (all w/Neiland), Zurich (w/A. Strnadova), Filderstadt (w/Navratilova); 1990 - Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, Miami, Brisbane, Sydney, Indian Wells, Boca Raton (all w/Sukova), Los Angeles (w/G. Fernandez); 1989 - Wimbledon, Miami, Boca Raton, Brisbane, Zurich (all w/Sukova), Barcelona (w/Scheuer-Larsen); 1988 - Oklahoma City, Rome (both w/Suire), Hamburg (w/Scheuer-Larsen), Montreal, Mahwah (both w/Sukova); 1987 - Hamburg (w/Kohde-Kilsch), Strasbourg, San Diego (both w/Suire).
Finalist (52): 1999 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (w/Hingis), Indian Wells (w/MJ. Fernandez), Hamburg (w/Coetzer), Berlin (w/Tarabini), Eastbourne (w/Zvereva), New Haven (w/Likhovtseva); 1998 - Hamburg (w/Hingis), New Haven (w/De Swardt); 1997 - Hilton Head, Filderstadt, Philadelphia (all w/Davenport); 1996 - US Open, Tour Championships (both w/Sánchez-Vicario), Olympics (w/Sukova); 1995 - Roland Garros (w/Sánchez-Vicario); 1994 - Sydney, Berlin, Wimbledon, Tour Championships (all w/Sánchez-Vicario), Los Angeles (w/Raymond), Brighton (w/MJ. Fernandez); 1993 - Delray Beach, Hamburg, Roland Garros, Eastbourne, Wimbledon, Leipzig, Tour Championships (all w/Neiland); 1992 - Hilton Head, Wimbledon, US Open, Tour Championships (all w/Neiland), Amelia Island (w/Garrison); 1991 - Sydney, Australian Open, Miami, Eastbourne, Wimbledon, Tour Championships (all w/G. Fernandez), US Open (w/Neiland); 1990 - Berlin (w/Mandlikova), US Open (w/Sukova), Worcester (w/MJ. Fernandez); 1989 - Hamburg, Eastbourne, Chicago (all w/Sukova), Brighton (w/Mandlikova); 1988 - Oakland (w/Mandlikova), Wichita (w/Suire), Olympics (w/Sukova), Adelaide (w/McNeil); 1987 - Zurich (w/Suire).
Winner (5): 1989 - Australian Open, Wimbledon (both w/Pugh); 1988 - Australian Open, US Open (both w/Pugh); 1987 - Miami (w/Mercir).
Finalist (1): 1994 - US Open (w/Woodbridge).
Czech Fed Cup Team 1987-93, 1995-98. Czech Olympic Team 1988, 1992. Czech Republic Olympic Team 1996.
Career in Review
Captured 1998 Wimbledon singles and doubles titles, becoming the oldest first-time Grand Slam singles winner in the Open Era at age 29 years and nine months...Won titles on all four surfaces...Crossed the $10 million mark in career prize money in 1998, the fifth player to reach the milestone...Had a mathematical shot to earn the No. 1 ranking at the 1998 US Open had she won the tournament (reached semifinals)...Won more than 500 career singles matches, the 15th woman in the Open Era to accomplish the feat...Won the 1997 season-ending championships singles and doubles; qualified for the season-ending tour championships in singles and doubles every year 1989-98 and also qualified in doubles in 1987... Ended 1997 ranked No. 2 in the world, her best season-ending ranking...Reached the final of 1993 Wimbledon with wins over Gabriela Sabatini and Martina Navratilova; fell to Steffi Graf 7-6(8-6), 1-6, 6-4 in 2-hour, 14-minute final; also reached 1997 Wimbledon final...Won 1996 Olympic Bronze Medal in singles and Silver in doubles, and won 1988 Silver Medal in doubles...Named the 1998 WTA Tour Doubles Team of the Year with Martina Hingis and was a finalist for Player of the Year honors; 1997 International Tennis Federation Doubles Team of the Year with Lindsay Davenport; 1996 WTA Tour Doubles Team of the Year with Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario, with Gigi Fernandez in 1991 and in 1989 and 1990 with Helena Sukova...Inducted into International Tennis Hall of Fame in 2005.