Nicknamed Rabbit for her quickness afoot...Hobbies include golf, collecting stamps, tennis memorabilia, music and jet skiing...Left school at age 15 and worked in a bank four years...Avid golfer on weeks off from tour; has also played in Celebrity Golf Pro/Am events...Appeared in 1985 Lipton/WTA TOUR Calendar...Television commentator for Network 7 in Australia during the Australian circuit, and other events worldwide.
• Ranked in Top 10 in the world from 1977-1984; in Top 20 for 10 consecutive years (1977-1986)• Honored with dedication of a public park in her name in hometown of Brisbane, Australia in December 1993 for feats on the international tennis circuit• Appointed to the ITF Olympic Committee in 1991; continues as only player appointed to serve on committee• Served on the WTA TOUR Players Association Board of Directors one-and-a-half decades• Recipient of 1990 WTA TOUR Player Service Award and received WTA TOUR Honorary Member Award in 1994• Won the Bronze Medal in doubles (w/Smylie) at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, South Korea• Has nine Grand Slam doubles and 12 senior Grand Slam doubles titles to her credit• Was made an official member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire and was awarded that honor by Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace in October 1984
SINGLESWinner (13): 1983 - Boston; 1982 - Brisbane, Richmond; 1981 - Hong Kong; 1980 - Sydney, Hong Kong; 1979 - Detroit, Philadelphia; 1976 - Austrian Open, Kitzbuhel, Tokyo [Japan Open]; 1973 - Rothmans Surrey; 1972 - Norwich.DOUBLESWINNER (55): 1989 - Los Angeles (w/Navratilova); 1987 Brisbane (w/Mandlikova), Tampa (w/Evert), Oakland (w/Mandlikova); 1986 - Virginia Slims Championships (w/Mandlikova), Oakland (w/Mandlikova), Houston (w/Evert); 1985 - Oakland (w/Mandlikova), San Diego (w/Reynolds), Newport (w/Evert), New Orleans (w/Evert); 1984 - Los Angeles (w/Evert); 1983 - Brisbane (w/Hobbs), Sydney (w/Hobbs); 1982 - US Open (w/Casals), Seattle (w/Casals), Palm Beach Gardens (w/Casals), Orlando (w/Casals), US Indoors (w/Casals); 1981 - Colgate Series Championships (w/Casals); Oakland (w/Casals), Detroit (w/Casals), Seattle (w/Casals), Hilton Head (w/Casals), Mahwah (w/Casals), Tampa (w/Casals); 1980 - Seattle (w/Casals), Boston (w/Casals), Hong Kong (w/Walsh); 1979 - Roland Garros (w/Stove), US Open (w/Stove), Detroit (w/Stove), Boston (w/Reid), Italian Open (w/Stove), German Open (w/Casals), Chichester (w/Stevens), Eastbourne (w/Stove), Richmond (w/Stove), Atlanta (w/Stove), Phoenix (w/Stove), Stockholm (w/Stove), Melbourne (w/King), Sydney (w/King); 1978 - Wimbledon (w/Reid), Hollywood (w/Casals), Seattle (w/Reid), Philadelphia (w/Reid), US Indoors (w/Reid), Sydney (w/Reid); 1977 - Pensacola (w/Nagelsen), Sao Paulo (w/Reid); 1976 - Swiss Open (w/Nagelsen), West Australian Championships (w/Reid); 1975 - Auckland (w/Goolagong); 1973 - Bournemouth (w/Coleman).MIXED DOUBLESWINNER (5): 1984 - Wimbledon (w/Lloyd); 1983 - Wimbledon (w/Lloyd); 1982 - Roland Garros (w/Lloyd); 1980 - US Open (w/Riessen); 1979 - Roland Garros(w/Hewitt).SENIOR MIXED DOUBLESWINNER (9): 1994 - Wimbledon (w/Wade); 1992 - Wimbledon (w/Wade), US Open (w/Wade); 1991 - Wimbledon (w/Wade);1990 - Wimbledon (w/Wade), Light n' Lively Legends (w/Casals); 1989 - US Open (w/Wade); 1988 - US Open (w/Walsh-Pete); 1987 - US Open (w/Walsh-Pete).SENIOR MIXED DOUBLESWINNER (4): 1993 - Australian Open (w/Crealy); 1992 - Australian Open (w/Stone), US Open (w/Reissen); 1991 - US Open (w/Hewitt).ADDITIONALAustralian Fed Cup Team (player 1977-88; coach/captain 1985-92). Australian Olympic Team (player in Seoul, Korea 1988; coach of women's team in Barcelona, Spain 1992).
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