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Was coached by Heinz Gunthardt from 1990-99; previously coached by father, Peter, and Pavel Slozil...Married Andre Agassi on October 22, 2001; gave birth to son Jaden Gil on October 26, 2001, and daughter, Jaz, on October 3, 2003...Father's name is Peter; mother's name is Heidi; has a younger brother, Michael...Enjoys animals, and appeared in a 1999 Wildlife Foundation calendar...Also enjoys all kinds of music, impressionist and modern art, reading, playing cards and photography... Steffi Graf Youth Tennis Center was founded and dedicated October 1991 in Leipzig, Germany...Founder and Chairperson of Children for Tomorrow, a non-profit foundation with the goal of implementing and developing projects to support children who have been traumatized by war or other crises, and she is directly involved in the running of the foundation and makes regular financial contributions to the organization.

Career Highlights

Winner (107): 1999 - Roland Garros; 1998 - New Haven, Leipzig, Philadelphia; 1997 - Strasbourg; 1996 - Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open, Chase Championships, Indian Wells, Miami, Berlin; 1995 - Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open, Tour Championships, Paris Indoors, Delray Beach, Miami, Houston, Philadelphia; 1994 - Australian Open, Miami, Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Indian Wells, Delray Beach, Berlin, San Diego; 1993 - Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open, Virginia Slims Championships, Delray Beach, Hilton Head, Berlin, San Diego, Toronto, Leipzig; 1992 - Wimbledon, Boca Raton, Hamburg, Berlin, Leipzig, Zurich, Brighton, Philadelphia; 1991 - Wimbledon, San Antonio, Hamburg, Berlin, Leipzig, Zurich, Brighton; 1990 - Australian Open, Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Amelia Island, Hamburg, Montreal, San Diego, Leipzig, Zurich, Brighton, Worcester; 1989 - Australian Open, Wimbledon, US Open, Virginia Slims Championships, Washington DC, Boca Raton, San Antonio, Hilton Head, Hamburg, Berlin, San Diego, Mahwah, Zurich, Brighton; 1988 - Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open, Miami, San Antonio, Berlin, Hamburg, Mahwah, Brighton, Olympics; 1987 - Roland Garros, Virginia Slims Championships, Miami, Los Angeles, European Indoors, Boca Raton, Hamburg, Berlin, Rome, Hilton Head, Amelia Island; 1986 - Berlin, Amelia Island, Hilton Head, Indianapolis, Pan Pacific, Zurich, Brighton, Mahwah.
Finalist (31): 1999 - Indian Wells, Wimbledon; 1997 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific]; 1996 - Philadelphia; 1994 - Hamburg, Montreal, US Open; 1993 - Australian Open, Miami, Hamburg, Philadelphia; 1992 - Amelia Island, Roland Garros, Olympics; 1991 - Boca Raton, Amelia Island; 1990 - Berlin, Roland Garros, US Open; 1989 - Amelia Island, Roland Garros; 1988 - Boca Raton; 1987 - Wimbledon, US Open; 1986 - Miami [V.S. of Florida], Boca Raton [Lipton], Tour Championships; 1985 - Berlin, Mahwah, Fort Lauderdale; 1984 - Stuttgart.

Winner (11): 1993 - Hamburg (w/Stubbs); 1992 - Hamburg (w/Stubbs); 1989 - Mahwah (w/Shriver); 1988 - Wimbledon, Miami (both w/Sabatini); 1987 - Amelia Island (w/Sabatini); 1986 - Berlin, Brighton (both w/Sukova), Indianapolis, Zurich (both w/Sabatini), Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (w/Bunge).
Finalist (7): 1989 - Roland Garros (w/Sabatini); 1987 - Roland Garros (w/Sabatini); 1986 - Roland Garros, Chicago (both w/Sabatini), Mahwah (w/Sukova), Hilton Head (w/Tanvier); 1985 - Berlin (w/Tanvier).

German Fed Cup Team 1986-87, 1989-92, 1996. German Olympic Team 1988, 1992.