Nickname is 'KJ'...One of the founding members of the Eastbourne Cabaret, an annual player skit lampooning the tennis community...Contributed two scholarships for promising youngsters from her hometown to WTA Camp in 1985-87...Named to All-Conference basketball team while at Upper Merion High...Father, Bob, was instrumental in development of WTA deferred compensation plan; elder sister, Barbara, was a regular on the tour and completed Law School at UCLA...Received a B.A. in Political Science at Stanford in June 1991.
• At 2002 Indian Wells, presented with a Mentor Award by Martina Navratilova, on behalf of the WTA Tour, in recognition of her contribution to the Partners for Success program and to the sport of tennis at large• Elected vice-president of WTA 1991/92 term• Served as chairperson of 1991/92 WTA Drug Testing Committee and served on WTA Executive, Deferred Compensation, Finance/Marketing and Insurance Committees and represented WTA on Women's Tennis Council• Recipient of 1991 WTA Player Service Award and nominated in 1990• Nominated for 1990 and 1991 WTA Doubles Team of the Year with partner Elizabeth Smylie• Recipient of 1980 WTA Doubles Team of the Year Award with Anne Smith• Nominated for 1990 WTA Comeback Player of the Year• Recipient of 1984 WTA Most Improved Player of the Year Award• Recipient of 1979 WTA Most Impressive Newcomer Award• In collegiate singles, won 1979 AIAW Championships• In collegiate doubles, won 1979 AIAW Championships (w/B. Jordan)
SINGLESWinner: 1982 - Boston; 1979 - San Antonio, Avon Futures Championships (Orlando).DOUBLESWinner:1991 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (w/Smylie); 1990 - Virginia Slims Championships (w/Smylie), US Hardcourts (W/Smylie), [Tokyo] Japan Open (w/Smylie), Nashville (w/Neiland); 1987 - Houston (w/Navratilova), Tokyo [Japan Open] (w/Nagelsen), Aptos (w/R. White), Brighton (w/Sukova); 1986 - US Indoors (w/Smylie), Key Biscayne (w/Smylie), Wichita (w/Reynolds), Hilversum (w/Sukova); 1985 - Wimbledon (w/Smylie), Key Biscayne (w/Smylie), Marco Island (w/Smylie), Chicago (w/Smylie), Mahwah (w/Smylie), Bridgestone (w/Smylie); 1984 - Canadian Open (w/Smylie), Amelia Island (w/A. Smith); 1983 - Palm Springs (w/Kiyomura), Detroit (w/ML Daniels); 1982 - Washington, DC (w/A. Smith), Houston (w/Shriver), Los Angeles (w/A. Smith), Boston (w/A. Smith), San Diego (w/P. Smith), Atlanta (w/Nagelsen); 1981 - Australian Open (w/A. Smith), US Open (w/A. Smith), San Diego (w/Reynolds), Cincinnati (w/A. Smith), Amelia Island (w/A. Smith); 1980 - Roland Garros (w/A. Smith), Wimbledon (w/A. Smith), Hilton Head (w/A. Smith), Eastbourne (w/A. Smith), Brighton (w/A. Smith); 1979 - U.S. Clay Courts (w/A.Smith), San Antonio (w/W. White).MIXED DOUBLESWinner: 1986 - Roland Garros (w/Flach), Wimbledon (w/Flach).ADDITIONALUnited States Fed Cup Team 1980-81, 84-85. United States Wightman Cup Team 1979-80.
1988-1987 - Injured right knee at 1987 New England; had surgery in July of 1988 and spent remainder of the year rehabilitating knee; while recuperating from surgery, wrote an article for Tennis Magazine on her knee injury1991 - Announced retirement at US Open; returned to Stanford University to finish degree in Political Science
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