2010 US Open women’s doubles champion (Yaroslava Shvedova)
2006 PTT Bangkok Open champion
Career-high singles ranking of world no. 50
Career-high doubles ranking of world no 3
2009 mixed doubles finalist at Roland Garros alongside Brazilian player Marcelo Melo
15 WTA career doubles titles
Four time Grand Slam singles champion, 1987 and 1980 Australian Open, 1985 US Open and 1981 French Open
Runner-up at four Grand Slam singles events
Career high singles ranking of number 3
Ranked top 50 for 12 consecutive seasons (1978–89), including seven in the top 10.
Led Czechoslovakia to three consecutive Fed Cup titles from 1983–1985
Third woman to win grand slam titles on grass, clay, and hard courts, joining Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova.
Coached Jana Novotná to the 1998 Wimbledon singles title and a career high ranking of number two.
Served as the Czech Republic’s Olympic and Fed Cup coach until 1996
Brenda Schultz McCarthy
Career high singles ranking of number 9
Career high doubles ranking of number 7
She reached the quarterfinals at Wimbledon and the US Open in 1995.
In July 2006, Schultz-McCarthy claimed her place as the fastest server in WTA history, recording a 130 mph (209 km/h)
Won 7 singles and 9 doubles events on the WTA tour
Member of the Netherlands Fed Cup team 1988-1990, 1992, 1994, 1996-97, 2005.
Global Water Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to delivering clean water to the world’s neediest communities.
Two time Australian Open singles champion
Semifinals at the French Open and US Open
Quarterfinalist at Wimbledon. He won
14 professional singles and 8 doubles titles,
Career-high singles ranking of World No. 7
wins include victories over Andre Agassi, Jimmy Connors, John McEnroe, Guillermo Vilas, Stefan Edberg, Michael Chang, Vitas Gerulaitis and Björn Borg.
Founder of the Johan Kriek Tennis Academy
Career high singles ranking of number 26
Career high doubles ranking of number 3
Won 5 career WTA doubles titles
2011 Roland Garros mixed doubles champion
Finalist at all four Grand Slams in doubles
Australian Fed Cup Team, 2006-08, 2010, 2012-15;
Australian Olympic Team, 2008, 2012.
2014 quarterfinalist at Indian Wells
Semifinals of the Forest Hills Tennis Classic and the second round of the US Open.
Glatch reached the third round of the 2009 BNP Paribas Open as a wildcard; one of her wins was against World No. 29 Carla Suárez Navarro.
She made her Fed Cup debut in April in the semifinals against the Czech Republic. As a rookie, she was dubbed the MVP for keeping the US alive by pulling off upset wins in both of her singles matches against No. 29 Iveta Benešová and future World No. 2 Petra Kvitová in straight sets.
Glatch made her French Open debut by defeating 14th-seeded Italian clay court specialist Flavia Pennetta in the first round.
In the 2012 French Open, she won three matches and beat two seeds to qualify for the main draw. She defeated Georgian Anna Tatishvili to advance to the second round where she lost to 18th-seeded Flavia Pennetta of Italy
2015 Iripuato Mexico singles champion
Osprey Florida Pro Circuit event (as a wildcard) defeating top seeded World No. 44 Madison Brengle in the final
Career high singles ranking of number 22 in the world
1981 junior championship at Roland-Garros,
Two time ATP singles finalist
1986 closed French national champion
Member of the French Davis Cup team
Tour coach of players including Nicolas Escudé, Andy Roddick, Richard Gasquet, Tatiana Golovin, Benjamin Becker, Shui Peng and Vania King.
2000 Olympic bronze medalist in doubles
Career high singles ranking of 43
Career high doubles ranking of 12
Won 10 WTA tour doubles titles
Belgian Fed Cup Team 1994, 1997-2005
Belgian Olympic Team 2000
2002 semi finalist, mixed doubles – Wimbledon and US Open