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  • Chris Evert

    Chris Evert


    Chris Evert

    The American won the French Open seven times in a single - a record!...
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  • Monica Seles

    Monica Seles


    Monica Seles

    nineties ... Monica Seles dominated women's tennis. You could win in 1990 as the youngest player in history at the age of 16 years, the French Open. Final opponent at the time: Steffi Graf, Seles is also supplied with the following years, many competitive games. Seles was a total of 178 weeks at number one in the tennis world rankings....
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  • Martina Hingis

    Martina Hingis


    Martina Hingis

    As the youngest player in the doubles competition, she won the tournament with 15 years at Wimbledon. Between 1997 and 2001 was 209 weeks, the Swiss world number one....
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  • Serena Williams

    Serena Williams


    Serena Williams

    Her achieved the first victory against Hingis in a Grand Slam tournament. To date, twelve more were to follow each in singles and doubles. Beijing in 2008 and Sydney in 2002, she won with her older sister Venus Williams, the gold medal at the Olympics....
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  • Guillermo Villas

    Guillermo Villas


    Guillermo Villas

    In the men provided the early seventies, Guillermo Villas for attention. In 1977, the Argentines to a record he holds to this day: He won 46 games in a row. Only Ilie Nastase could stop him, in the final of the tournament in Aix en Provence abandoned villas....
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  • Jimmy Connors

    Jimmy Connors


    Jimmy Connors

    Jimmy Connors in the United States, which stood at 268 weeks atop the world rankings. Until 1983, he won eight Grand Slam singles titles, but he triumphed at the U.S. Open five times....
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  • John McEnroe

    John McEnroe


    John McEnroe

    John McEnroe could never triumph in Paris. But he celebrated at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open final total of nine victories in singles and led to 170 weeks, the world rankings....
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  • Ivan Lendl

    Ivan Lendl


    Ivan Lendl

    Ivan Lendl from the Czech Republic, who was naturalized in 1992 in the United States. Eight Grand Slam tournaments Lendl could win in his career. Only at Wimbledon, he was unsuccessful....
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  • Boris Becker

    Boris Becker


    Boris Becker

    As the first German and youngest ever player, he won the tournament at the age of 17 years in the finals against Kevin Curren. Becker's triumph provided a real tennis boom in Germany. A total of six Grand Slam tournaments in a single Becker could decide for himself, he triumphed at Wimbledon three times....
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  • Stefan Edberg

    Stefan Edberg


    Stefan Edberg

    The Swede led the early nineties in the world rankings, a total of 72 weeks. Edberg was famous for his Volleyball elaganten impact....
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  • Chris Evert
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    Chris Evert

    The American won the French Open seven times in a single - a record!...
    03-29-2012, 12:25 PM
  • Monica Seles
    Klausrock

    Monica Seles

    nineties ... Monica Seles dominated women's tennis. You could win in 1990 as the youngest player in history at the age of 16 years, the French Open. Final opponent at the time: Steffi Graf, Seles is also supplied with the following years, many competitive games. Seles was a total of 178 weeks at number one in the tennis world rankings....
    03-29-2012, 12:22 PM
  • Martina Hingis
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    Martina Hingis

    As the youngest player in the doubles competition, she won the tournament with 15 years at Wimbledon. Between 1997 and 2001 was 209 weeks, the Swiss world number one....
    03-29-2012, 12:20 PM
  • Serena Williams
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    Serena Williams

    Her achieved the first victory against Hingis in a Grand Slam tournament. To date, twelve more were to follow each in singles and doubles. Beijing in 2008 and Sydney in 2002, she won with her older sister Venus Williams, the gold medal at the Olympics....
    03-29-2012, 12:17 PM
  • Guillermo Villas
    Klausrock

    Guillermo Villas

    In the men provided the early seventies, Guillermo Villas for attention. In 1977, the Argentines to a record he holds to this day: He won 46 games in a row. Only Ilie Nastase could stop him, in the final of the tournament in Aix en Provence abandoned villas....
    03-29-2012, 12:15 PM
  • Jimmy Connors
    Klausrock

    Jimmy Connors

    Jimmy Connors in the United States, which stood at 268 weeks atop the world rankings. Until 1983, he won eight Grand Slam singles titles, but he triumphed at the U.S. Open five times....
    03-29-2012, 12:08 PM
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