Coached by her husband, Zhang Jinoheng...Family name is Li; custom in China is to use family name first...Father, Jianmin Li, is an official; mother's name is Zhou Shanglian; brother, Ying Li,is a student...Graduated from Xiang Gang High School in Changsha, China, in 1989; attended Hunan Sports Institute in Changsha, China, majoring in tennis.
• Has 18 ITF singles titles• Has career wins over Halard-Decugis, McNeil, McGrath, Likhovtseva, Tauziat and Kruger
SINGLESWinner (0 WTA Tour): 1999 - ITF/Vaihingen-GER, ITF/Hopewell-USA, ITF/Kirkland-USA; 1997 - ITF/Phoenix-USA, ITF/Wichita-USA, ITF/Flushing-USA, ITF/Salt Lake City-USA; 1991 - ITF/Bilbao-ESP, ITF/Acireale-ITA, ITF/Nicolosi-ITA, ITF/Bangkok-THA, ITF/Bangkok2-THA, ITF/Kuroshio-JPN, ITF/Matsuyama-JPN, ITF/Kyoto-JPN, ITF/Oita-JPN; 1990 - ITF/Murcia-ESP, ITF/Fayetteville-USA.DOUBLESWinner (): 1994 - Beijing (w/Chen); 1993 - Kutzbuhel (w/Van Roost).
1995 - Off tour from February-September with a leg injury1998 - At Makarska, reached second career final on WTA Tour (first was 1994 Hobart), falling to Hrdlikova; outstanding season continued in Budapest a week after her success in Makarska, ousting top seed and world No. 13 Testud, best win to date, to reach SF; won the Eastbourne Plate event, a grass court consolation draw; pushed former world No. 1 (current No. 6) Seles to 3s at Stanford; ended season by reaching second final of the year, in Pattaya City, upsetting No. 3 seed Tanasugarn in QF; represented China at the 1998 Asian Games1999 - Reached 3r of 1999 Miami with a win over No. 22 Dragomir before falling in 3s to world No. 2 Davenport; underwent left knee surgery in March and was off the tour for two months; won back-to-back ITF events in the fall, including a top-level event ITF/Kirkland-USA; also won ITF/Vaihingen-GER
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