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During Turati's first three ITF 25k events this summer, she has registered a 10-2 singles record while making three trips to the quarterfinals and a pair of semifinal appearances in addition to her singles title in Tarvisio.

Began playing at age 5 at public courts in Compton, California ... Safarova in final), Wimbledon (21st Grand Slam title; d. Halep in final); SF four times at Indian Wells (withdrew prior to match w/right knee injury), Madrid (l.

Has devoted a lot of time and money to charity, including opening two Serena Williams Secondary Schools in Kenya (one in 2008, one in 2010); touring Lagos and Johannesburg with sister Venus for 'Breaking The Mould' tour (in 2012); UNICEF International Goodwill Ambassador; and has also made many other appearances at schools and community organizations, particularly those which target at-risk youth ...

Knutson, native of the Czech Republic, was first-team All-ACC this year after going 15-7 in singles play. ranked foes and scored two wins over top-five opponents on the season.

With her college career wrapped up, she’ll finish second in singles wins in Syracuse history to Jana Strnadova, who had 202 from 1992-96. Syracuse tennis has a lot to replace come next season, but like most of the Orange’s non-revenue sports in the last decade, the recent uptick could mean more success is still to come.

The @Uof Hawaii Tennis junior will face Michigan’s Chiara Lommer next, who upset #4 Martins of South Carolina.

Ivanovic in final), US Open (18th Grand Slam title; d. Halep in final); million winner's cheque at US Open was biggest payout in tennis history, male or female ( million for US Open plus

Ivanovic in final), US Open (18th Grand Slam title; d. Halep in final); $4 million winner's cheque at US Open was biggest payout in tennis history, male or female ($3 million for US Open plus $1 million bonus for winning US Open Series); SF twice at Dubai (l. Roland Garros).2013 - Third No.1 season; won 11 WTA titles at Brisbane (d. Davenport in final); SF once; QF three times; reached 4r once (US Open), 3r three times (incl. to Sharapova in final); SF once; QF four times (incl. Williams - sixth Grand Slam doubles title at Australian Open); had left knee surgery on August 1 and subsequently withdrew from all events rest of season (incl. Henin in final), Roland Garros (second Grand Slam title; d. Williams in final), Wimbledon (third Grand Slam title; d. Williams in final), US Open (fourth Grand Slam title; d.

Williams); QF twice at Madrid and Beijing; reached 4r once (Australian Open), 3r once (Wimbledon) and 2r three times (incl. Dementieva 67(4) 75 86 in SF; saved mp down 5-4 third set); runner-up at Miami (l. Roland Garros, Wimbledon); came back for three summer events, reaching SF twice and 4r once (US Open); did not qualify for WTA Finals.2005 - Near-Top 10 season (finishing No.11); won one WTA title at Australian Open (seventh Grand Slam title; d. Roland Garros); Australian Open was fourth straight Grand Slam title, fifth player all-time to do that (after Connolly, Court, Navratilova and Graf) and ninth player all-time to get career Grand Slam (Sharapova has since become 10th); 57-week reign at No.1 ended on August 11 (to Clijsters); won one WTA doubles title (w/V.

Safina in final), Wimbledon (11th Grand Slam title; d. Sharapova 26 75 86 in SF; saved 3mp at 5-4 third set) and 2009 Wimbledon (d. Roland Garros); reached 3r twice and 2r once; fell 1r twice; won four WTA doubles titles (all w/V. eighth, ninth and 10th Grand Slam doubles titles at Australian Open, Wimbledon and US Open).2008 - Another Top 5 season (finishing No.2); won four WTA titles at Bangalore (d. Jankovic in final); returned to No.1 on September 8 (five-year, one-month gap is longest between No.1 stints for any player ever, male or female - held it for four weeks, bringing career tally to 61 weeks); runner-up at Wimbledon (l. Sharapova in final; at No.81 was fourth-lowest-ranked player ever to win a Grand Slam title, after unranked Goolagong at 1977 Australian Open, No.111 O'Neil at 1978 Australian Open and unranked Clijsters at 2009 US Open) and Miami (d. in first match w/left knee injury then withdrew from event); missed US Open lead-up season w/thumb sprain.2006 - Played just four events in injury-plagued season (finished No.95); reached 3r at Australian Open then withdrew from all events until July w/left knee injury (incl. Myskina in final); Roland Garros final marked first time in 10 Grand Slam matches between sisters that the younger one won; runner-up twice at Berlin (l.

Has always been interested in fashion, with a custom-designed Nike apparel line, her own clothing line (Aneres) and her successful HSN collection of handbags and jewelry (Serena Williams Signature Statement) ... MIXED DOUBLESWinner (2): 1998 - Wimbledon, US Open (both w/Mirnyi). to Konta).2017 - Posted first non-Top 20 finish since 2006 (at No.22); won 23rd Grand Slam title at Australian Open (d. Williams in final); reached 2r in only other tournament at Auckland (l.

Favorite author is Maya Angelou; listens to Mariah Carey, Brandy ... Also enjoys acting, watching movies and football, reading, talking on the phone and spending time with family and friends... Finalist (2): 1999 - Australian Open (w/Mirnyi); 1998 - Roland Garros (w/Lobo). to Brengle); returned to No.1 in the rankings after Australian Open victory; subsequently withdrew from the Indian Wells and Miami and on April 19 revealed she was pregnant and would miss the remainder of the season.2016 - Posted fifth consecutive Top 3 season (finishing No.2); won two WTA titles at Wimbledon (22nd Grand Slam title; d. Keys in final); runner-up three times at Australian Open (l.

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Ivanovic in final), US Open (18th Grand Slam title; d. Halep in final); $4 million winner's cheque at US Open was biggest payout in tennis history, male or female ($3 million for US Open plus $1 million bonus for winning US Open Series); SF twice at Dubai (l. Roland Garros).2013 - Third No.1 season; won 11 WTA titles at Brisbane (d. Davenport in final); SF once; QF three times; reached 4r once (US Open), 3r three times (incl. to Sharapova in final); SF once; QF four times (incl. Williams - sixth Grand Slam doubles title at Australian Open); had left knee surgery on August 1 and subsequently withdrew from all events rest of season (incl. Henin in final), Roland Garros (second Grand Slam title; d. Williams in final), Wimbledon (third Grand Slam title; d. Williams in final), US Open (fourth Grand Slam title; d. Williams); QF twice at Madrid and Beijing; reached 4r once (Australian Open), 3r once (Wimbledon) and 2r three times (incl. Dementieva 67(4) 75 86 in SF; saved mp down 5-4 third set); runner-up at Miami (l. Roland Garros, Wimbledon); came back for three summer events, reaching SF twice and 4r once (US Open); did not qualify for WTA Finals.2005 - Near-Top 10 season (finishing No.11); won one WTA title at Australian Open (seventh Grand Slam title; d. Roland Garros); Australian Open was fourth straight Grand Slam title, fifth player all-time to do that (after Connolly, Court, Navratilova and Graf) and ninth player all-time to get career Grand Slam (Sharapova has since become 10th); 57-week reign at No.1 ended on August 11 (to Clijsters); won one WTA doubles title (w/V. Safina in final), Wimbledon (11th Grand Slam title; d. Sharapova 26 75 86 in SF; saved 3mp at 5-4 third set) and 2009 Wimbledon (d. Roland Garros); reached 3r twice and 2r once; fell 1r twice; won four WTA doubles titles (all w/V. eighth, ninth and 10th Grand Slam doubles titles at Australian Open, Wimbledon and US Open).2008 - Another Top 5 season (finishing No.2); won four WTA titles at Bangalore (d. Jankovic in final); returned to No.1 on September 8 (five-year, one-month gap is longest between No.1 stints for any player ever, male or female - held it for four weeks, bringing career tally to 61 weeks); runner-up at Wimbledon (l. Sharapova in final; at No.81 was fourth-lowest-ranked player ever to win a Grand Slam title, after unranked Goolagong at 1977 Australian Open, No.111 O'Neil at 1978 Australian Open and unranked Clijsters at 2009 US Open) and Miami (d. in first match w/left knee injury then withdrew from event); missed US Open lead-up season w/thumb sprain.2006 - Played just four events in injury-plagued season (finished No.95); reached 3r at Australian Open then withdrew from all events until July w/left knee injury (incl. Myskina in final); Roland Garros final marked first time in 10 Grand Slam matches between sisters that the younger one won; runner-up twice at Berlin (l. Has always been interested in fashion, with a custom-designed Nike apparel line, her own clothing line (Aneres) and her successful HSN collection of handbags and jewelry (Serena Williams Signature Statement) ... MIXED DOUBLESWinner (2): 1998 - Wimbledon, US Open (both w/Mirnyi). to Konta).2017 - Posted first non-Top 20 finish since 2006 (at No.22); won 23rd Grand Slam title at Australian Open (d. Williams in final); reached 2r in only other tournament at Auckland (l. Favorite author is Maya Angelou; listens to Mariah Carey, Brandy ... Also enjoys acting, watching movies and football, reading, talking on the phone and spending time with family and friends... Finalist (2): 1999 - Australian Open (w/Mirnyi); 1998 - Roland Garros (w/Lobo). to Brengle); returned to No.1 in the rankings after Australian Open victory; subsequently withdrew from the Indian Wells and Miami and on April 19 revealed she was pregnant and would miss the remainder of the season.2016 - Posted fifth consecutive Top 3 season (finishing No.2); won two WTA titles at Wimbledon (22nd Grand Slam title; d. Keys in final); runner-up three times at Australian Open (l.

million bonus for winning US Open Series); SF twice at Dubai (l. Roland Garros).2013 - Third No.1 season; won 11 WTA titles at Brisbane (d. Davenport in final); SF once; QF three times; reached 4r once (US Open), 3r three times (incl. to Sharapova in final); SF once; QF four times (incl. Williams - sixth Grand Slam doubles title at Australian Open); had left knee surgery on August 1 and subsequently withdrew from all events rest of season (incl. Henin in final), Roland Garros (second Grand Slam title; d. Williams in final), Wimbledon (third Grand Slam title; d. Williams in final), US Open (fourth Grand Slam title; d. Williams); QF twice at Madrid and Beijing; reached 4r once (Australian Open), 3r once (Wimbledon) and 2r three times (incl. Dementieva 67(4) 75 86 in SF; saved mp down 5-4 third set); runner-up at Miami (l. Roland Garros, Wimbledon); came back for three summer events, reaching SF twice and 4r once (US Open); did not qualify for WTA Finals.2005 - Near-Top 10 season (finishing No.11); won one WTA title at Australian Open (seventh Grand Slam title; d. Roland Garros); Australian Open was fourth straight Grand Slam title, fifth player all-time to do that (after Connolly, Court, Navratilova and Graf) and ninth player all-time to get career Grand Slam (Sharapova has since become 10th); 57-week reign at No.1 ended on August 11 (to Clijsters); won one WTA doubles title (w/V. Safina in final), Wimbledon (11th Grand Slam title; d. Sharapova 26 75 86 in SF; saved 3mp at 5-4 third set) and 2009 Wimbledon (d. Roland Garros); reached 3r twice and 2r once; fell 1r twice; won four WTA doubles titles (all w/V. eighth, ninth and 10th Grand Slam doubles titles at Australian Open, Wimbledon and US Open).2008 - Another Top 5 season (finishing No.2); won four WTA titles at Bangalore (d. Jankovic in final); returned to No.1 on September 8 (five-year, one-month gap is longest between No.1 stints for any player ever, male or female - held it for four weeks, bringing career tally to 61 weeks); runner-up at Wimbledon (l. Sharapova in final; at No.81 was fourth-lowest-ranked player ever to win a Grand Slam title, after unranked Goolagong at 1977 Australian Open, No.111 O'Neil at 1978 Australian Open and unranked Clijsters at 2009 US Open) and Miami (d. in first match w/left knee injury then withdrew from event); missed US Open lead-up season w/thumb sprain.2006 - Played just four events in injury-plagued season (finished No.95); reached 3r at Australian Open then withdrew from all events until July w/left knee injury (incl. Myskina in final); Roland Garros final marked first time in 10 Grand Slam matches between sisters that the younger one won; runner-up twice at Berlin (l. Has always been interested in fashion, with a custom-designed Nike apparel line, her own clothing line (Aneres) and her successful HSN collection of handbags and jewelry (Serena Williams Signature Statement) ... MIXED DOUBLESWinner (2): 1998 - Wimbledon, US Open (both w/Mirnyi). to Konta).2017 - Posted first non-Top 20 finish since 2006 (at No.22); won 23rd Grand Slam title at Australian Open (d. Williams in final); reached 2r in only other tournament at Auckland (l. Favorite author is Maya Angelou; listens to Mariah Carey, Brandy ... Also enjoys acting, watching movies and football, reading, talking on the phone and spending time with family and friends... Finalist (2): 1999 - Australian Open (w/Mirnyi); 1998 - Roland Garros (w/Lobo). to Brengle); returned to No.1 in the rankings after Australian Open victory; subsequently withdrew from the Indian Wells and Miami and on April 19 revealed she was pregnant and would miss the remainder of the season.2016 - Posted fifth consecutive Top 3 season (finishing No.2); won two WTA titles at Wimbledon (22nd Grand Slam title; d. Keys in final); runner-up three times at Australian Open (l.

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