Monica Seles

Former World #1 Tennis Pro

Monica Seles

Former World #1 Tennis Pro
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Biography

Former world No. 1 (1991) and International Tennis Hall of Famer Monica Seles became the youngest French Open champion in history at age 16, and won nine Grand Slam titles during her career. Seles won 86 percent of her matches (595-122), 53 WTA singles titles, and claimed the WTA World Tour Championship from 1990-1992. A native of the former Yugoslavia, Seles compiled a 15-2 singles record in US Fed Cup ties after becoming a citizen in 1994, and led the American team to world titles in 1996, 1999 and 2000. From January 1991 to February 1993 she won 33 of the 34 tournaments she entered, and between 1991 and 1993 played in eight major singles finals, winning seven, all before her 20th birthday. In 1992 she became one of six players in history to reach all four Grand Slams finals.  The bronze medalist at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, Seles last played in 2003 and was inducted into the International Hall of Fame in 2009. In 2008 book she authored her first book “Getting A Grip: On My Body, My Mind, My Self.”

All session by Monica Seles

Sunday Tennis Match 3

1:15 pm
Delray Beach Tennis Center