McEnroe burst onto the international tennis scene while still a student at Stanford University. In 1977 he broke through from the qualifying rounds to reach the Wimbledon semifinals. He turned pro the following year.
+McEnroe won 17 Grand Slam titles – 7 in singles (3 Wimbledon, 4 U.S. Open) and 10 in doubles (5 Wimbledon, 4 U.S. Open, 1 French Open).
+He played on U.S. Davis Cup teams a record 13 years, helping to win the Cup for his country five times (1978, 79, 81, 82, 92).
+John finished the year as the No. 1 player in the world four different times (1981-84), becoming the youngest man ever to achieve the No.1 ranking.
+In 1980, he played a match that many consider to be the best in the history of tennis – a five-set marathon loss to Borg in the Wimbledon final. The next year, McEnroe reversed that result, beating Borg at Wimbledon, and again at the U.S. Open.
+154 career titles: 77 in singles; 77 in doubles.
At age 17 Seles became the youngest player to take over the world’s No. 1 ranking. She dominated the sport between January 1991 and February 1993, winning 33 of the 34 tournaments she entered, including six Grand Slam Singles Titles. In 1993, Seles took a two year hiatus from tennis after a fan of rival Steffi Graf stabbed her during a match in Germany. She returned to tennis in 1995 and went on to win the 1996 Australian Open and a bronze metal at the Sydney Olympics.
+Seles won 9 Grand Slam singles titles (4 Australian Open, 3 French Open, 2 U.S. Open; 1 Wimbledon).
+By the age of 13, Seles was the No. 1 junior tennis player in the world.
+At 16, she beat Steffi Graf in the French Open, becoming the youngest person to win the tournament.
+In 2009 Monica was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
+In 2011 she was named one of the 30 Legends of Women’s Tennis by Time Magazine.
+59 career titles: 53 in singles; 6 in doubles.
In the early 90s he dominated the men’s professional tennis circuit with a game he fashioned out of grit, determination and a punishing insideout forehand. He was the first in his class – which included Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi – to hold the No. 1 world ranking. In 2005, Jim was elected for induction into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
+In 1989 he won his first ATP Tour title in singles (Basel) and doubles (Rome, with Pete Sampras) at age 19.
+He captured his first Grand Slam in 1991 at the French Open, beating Andre Agassi in the first all-American final at Roland-Garros since 1954.
+He achieved the World No.1 ranking in 1992 and was named ATP Tour player of the year.
+Jim played on two winning U.S. Davis Cup teams (1992 and 1995). His overall record was 17-10 in 14 ties. In the 102-year history of the Davis Cup, no other American has ever taken his team into a fifth set of the deciding match and won. Courier did it twice.
+He won a total of four Grand Slam titles (two French Open, two Australian Open).
+Jim has finished with the No.1 ranking on the PowerShares Series 4 times (2000, 2008, 2009 and 2012).
+29 career titles – 23 in singles; 6 in doubles.
Daniela Hantuchova is a former World No. 5 tennis player. She has 7 career WTA Singles Titles and 9 WTA doubles titles. In June 2013, Hantuchova became just the 37th woman in the Open Era to reach 500 career wins. She also appeared in the 2009 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition.
+In 2002, Hantuchova defeated Martina Hingis to win her first WTA singles title at the Indian Wells Masters.
+Member of 2002 Slovakian Fed Cup Championship Team and 2005 Championship Hopman Cup Team.
+In 2008, Hantuchova reached her first Grand Slam Semifinal at the Australian Open before eventually falling to Ana Ivanovic in 3 sets.
+Member of the 2012 Slovakian Olympic Team
+Career High WTA Ranking: No. 5 (7/1/2003)
+7 WTA Singles Titles & 9 WTA Doubles Titles