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Mauresmo, a former World No.1 and double Grand Slam winner, led France's women's team to the final of the Fed Cup in 2016. Cheetahs' second half effort floors Sharks Currie Cup title to be decided in Bloemfontein Presenting …
Mother is Fran‡oise; father, Francis, passed away on March 12, 2004; has older brother, Fabien, an engineer like his father ... to Capriati) but also Sydney, Berlin, Rome, 's-Hertogenbosch and New Haven; withdrew from Z�rich and Tour Championships w/right knee injury.2003 - First Top 5 season; won two Tour singles titles, at Warsaw (won when V.
Shaughnessy and Serna in those finals) and doubles title at 1996 Wimbledon (w/Barabanschikova); named 1996 ITF Junior World Champion.- Tour mentor was Karine Quentrec-Eagle in Partners for Success program. to Mart¡nez); QF twice, at Prague and New Haven; played all four Grand Slams for first time, best results being 3r at Australian Open and US Open.1999 - First Top 10 season; reached first Grand Slam final at Australian Open (saved mp in 1r win over Morariu, then made it all the way to final; l. to Hingis); best Grand Slam was 4r at Roland Garros (l. in Indian Wells 2r w/back injury and was off Tour for seven weeks; withdrew from all events in July and August (incl. to Hingis; snapped 16-match win streak) before winning Berlin (d. to Dokic in final); made Top 5 debut afterwards on May 21 (rose from No.6 to No.5); fell 1r at Roland Garros (l. Davenport w/back injury); QF three more times, at New Haven, US Open (l.
SINGLESWinner (25): 2009 - Paris [Indoors]; 2007 - Antwerp; 2006 - Australian Open, Paris [Indoors], Antwerp, Wimbledon; 2005 - Antwerp, Rome, Philadelphia, Tour Championships; 2004 - Berlin, Rome, Montr‚al, Linz, Philadelphia; 2003 - Warsaw, Philadelphia; 2002 - Dubai, Montr‚al; 2001 - Paris [Indoors], Nice, Amelia Island, Berlin; 2000 - Sydney; 1999 - Bratislava; 1997 - ITF/Thessaloniki-GRE; 1995 - ITF/St. Finalist (23): 2007 - Dubai, Strasbourg, Eastbourne; 2006 - Doha, Beijing, Tour Championships; 2005 - Paris [Indoors], New Haven, Filderstadt; 2004 - Sydney, Amelia Island, Olympics, Filderstadt; 2003 - Paris [Indoors], Rome, Moscow, Tour Championships; 2001 - Rome; 2000 - Bol, Rome; 1999 - Australian Open, Paris [Indoors]; 1998 - Berlin. Australian Open).1997 - Played six Tour main draws, reaching 2r four times, incl. to Graf); fell in Australian Open and Wimbledon qualifying; won one singles title on ITF Circuit; made Top 100 debut on December 22 (at No.100).1998 - First Top 100 season; reached first Tour singles final at Berlin (ranked No.65, saved mp vs. to Hingis); also won first Tour singles title at Bratislava (d. US Open) w/back injury and from Tour Championships w/left leg injury.2001 - Second Top 10 season; won four Tour singles titles, first three in a row at Paris [Indoors] (d. to Capriati) and Filderstadt; fell 1r at Tour Championships (l.
w/GI illness; was second-longest wait for first major, in 32nd attempt) and Wimbledon (d. to Kuznetsova; snapped 16-match win streak dating back to Australian Open), New Haven, Moscow and Z�rich (withdrew w/right shoulder injury); only three pre-QF losses in 17 events, incl. to Vaidisova in 4r); began season at No.3, rising to No.2 on January 30 (after Australian Open) and returning to No.1 on March 20, remaining there for 34 more weeks, bringing career tally to 39 (Henin regained it on November 6 year-end rankings); won one Tour doubles title.2007 - First non-Top 10 finish in seven years after season marred by two separate injury lay-offs; won one Tour singles title at Antwerp (d. to Henin in final); SF once, at Paris [Indoors] (l. Australian Open, Wimbledon); fell 1r or 2r seven times, incl. to Su rez Navarro in 2r); member of French Fed Cup team that d. in Eastbourne 2r w/left thigh injury; withdrew from Sydney w/right thigh strain and from Berlin and Rome w/right rib muscle injury.2009 - Second straight near-Top 20 season, highlighted by 25th Tour singles title at Paris [Indoors] (as No.8 seed, d. Radwanska, No.2 seed Jankovic and No.3 seed Dementieva in QF, SF and final; was first Tour singles title in almost exactly two years); SF three times, at Brisbane (as No.5 seed, d.
to Ivanovic in 3r).2006 - Best season to date, winning first two Grand Slams and holding No.1 for most of year; won Australian Open (was leading 61 20 in final when Henin ret. to Vaidisova in 4r); first lay-off came in spring: on March 18 underwent an emergency appendectomy and withdrew from Miami, Amelia Island and Charleston (missed two months in total); second lay-off came in summer: after going 1-1 in France's 3-2 Fed Cup World Group SF loss to Italy, withdrew from Toronto and US Open w/right adductor strain (missed nine weeks in total); having begun season at No.3, dropped from No.4 to No.6 on July 9 (after Wimbledon; had spent 191 consecutive weeks inside Top 5) and from No.7 to No.11 on September 10 (after US Open; had spent 270 straight weeks inside Top 10); dropped to No.18 on November 12 year-end rankings (lowest since February 11, 2001).2008 - First non-Top 20 season in 10 years (finishing at No.24); SF twice, at Cincinnati (l. to Chakvetadze); QF five times, at Gold Coast, Paris [Indoors], Dubai, Amelia Island and Luxembourg; reached 4r once (US Open) and 3r four times (incl. to No.9 seed Wozniacki) and New Haven (as No.8 seed, d. to Vesnina in 3s); reached 4r twice, at Miami (as No.20 seed, d.
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Clijsters in SF, falling to Henin in final); SF three times, at Miami (l.