Addresses: Office —c/o Women's Tennis Association, One Progress Plaza, Ste. Raphael, 1995; won junior titles at the French Open and Wimbledon, 1996; named the World Junior Champion by ITF, 1996; finished in the top 30 for the first time on the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) Tour, 1998; selected as member of the French team for Fed Cup play, 1998–99, then 2001–06; reached the finals of the Australian Open, 1999; member of the French Olympic team, 2000, 2004; won Italian Open, 2004; ranked number one on the WTA Tour for the first time, 2004; won first grand slam, the Australian Open, 2006; won second grand slam, Wimbledon, 2006; ranked number one on WTA Tour, 2006.
Awards: Tour Player of the Month, Women's Tennis Association, 2001; Prix du Public Award, Sanex, 2003; Commitment to Community Award, Florida Times-Union and Walker's Edge Magazine .
After defeating Lindsay Davenport Mauresmo came out as a lesbian to the international press.
In 2004 she lost to Serena Williams in the Wimbledon semifinals.
Just a friendly reminder: don't be ashamed to admit that you have a crush on him. Scroll down and check out his athletic body, short and/or medium dark brown hairstyles & haircuts.
She represented France in the Olympics in 20, and also for the Fed Cup. Zvonareva in final); was third player ever to win Berlin and Rome in same year (Graf-1987, Seles-1990); runner-up three times, at Sydney (l. to Davenport) and Filderstadt (first event as No.1; ret. Davenport in final w/left adductor strain); SF three times, at Eastbourne (l. Williams), and Tour Championships (went 3-0 in RR, incl. 2r); withdrew from Paris [Indoors], Antwerp, Dubai, Doha, Indian Wells w/back injury suffered at Australian Open, also causing withdrawal from Charleston.2005 - Another Top 5 season; won four Tour singles titles, at Antwerp (d. No.15 seed Zheng and No.3 seed Dementieva en route; l. to No.13 seed Azarenka) and Indian Wells (as No.17 seed, l. to Wozniak in 2r); won third Tour doubles title at Miami (w/Kuznetsova); member of French Fed Cup team that l. Slovakia 3-2 in Play-off (went 3-0); withdrew from Sydney w/left thigh strain and from Tokyo [Pan Pacific] and Beijing w/abdominal injury. to top seed Safina in 3s); reached 3r twice, at Australian Open (as No.20 seed, l. to Groenefeld in 1r) and US Open (as No.17 seed, l.