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Parents are Dr. and Mrs. John Lee Smith ... Has one sister, Sue Smith Ross ... BA from Trinity University and PhD from University of Texas at Austin ... Licensed psychologist in Texas, Massachusetts and Arizona ... Moved to Phoenix area in 2005 ... Member of Head/Penn Racquet Sports Speaker's Bureau ... Author of Grand Slam: Coach Your Mind to Win in Sports, Business, and Life; and MACH 4 Mental Training System (TM) "Coach the Mind to Win" A Handbook for Athletes, Coaches, and Parents.
Winner (2): 1974 - Salisbury; 1977 - Little Rock; 1985 - ITF/Roanoke, VA-USA.
Finalist (4): 1982 - Washington, DC; 1987 - Indianapolis; 1988 - New Orleans; 1991 - Oklahoma.
Winner (38 WTA Tour): 1978 - Dallas, Clearwater (both w/Navratilova); 1979 - US Clay Courts (w/K.Jordan), Dallas (w/Navratilova), Brighton (w/Klyomura), Tampa (w/Ruzici); 1980 - Roland Garros, Eastbourne, Wimbledon, Hilton Head, Brighton, Las Vegas (all w/Jordan), Montreal, Canadian Open (both w/Shriver), US Clay Courts (w/P.Smith); 1981 - Australian Open, US Open, Cincinnati, Amelia Island (all w/Jordan), Minneapolis (w/Navratilova), Brighton (w/Potter); 1982 - Roland Garros (w/Navratilova), Washington, Los Angeles, Boston (w/Jordan), Brisbane (w/King); 1983 - Tournament of Champions (w/King); 1984 - Amelia Island, Season-Ending Championships (both w/Jordan); 1985 - Palm Beach Gardens (w/Russell); 1986 - Hershey, New Orleans (both w/Reynolds), Wichita (w/Russell); 1990 - Oakland, Albuquerque (both w/McGrath), Chicago (w/Navratilova); 1991 - Oklahoma, Midland (both w/McGrath).2005 - ITF/South Lake, TX-USA (w/Snyder);
Winner (5): 1980 - French Open (w/B.Martin); 1981 - US Open (w/K.Curren); 1982 - Wimbledon (w/K.Curren), US Open (w/K.Curren); 1984 - French Open (w/D.Stockton).
United States Fed Cup Team 1984. United States Wightman Cup Team, 1980-82.
Career in Review
1976 - At age 17, became the first American to win the Roland Garros junior singles title.
1978 - NCAA All-American.
1980-81 - Ranked No.1 in the world in doubles.
1982 - Achieved career high singles ranking of No.12 in the world.
1985 - Inducted into Texas Tennis Hall of Fame.
1990 - Reached $1 million in career earnings at US Hardcourts.
2005 - Head coach of World TeamTennis Boston Lobsters; won doubles title (w/Snyder) at $10K ITF/South Lake, TX-USA.