32 Facts About Lindsay Davenport

1. Lindsay Davenport's currently owns a home in the Irvine, California neighborhood of Shady Canyon and in Laguna Beach, California.

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2. Lindsay Davenport's gave birth to her third child, daughter Kaya Emory, on January 16, 2012.

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3. Lindsay Davenport's gave birth to a daughter, Lauren Andrus, on June 27, 2009 in Newport Beach, California.

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4. At the US Open, Lindsay Davenport was seeded 23rd and lost to 12th-seeded Marion Bartoli in the third round.

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5. At Wimbledon, Lindsay Davenport was seeded 25th, won her first-round match, and then withdrew from the tournament because of a right knee injury.

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6. Lindsay Davenport's tied Virginia Wade for seventh place on the list of most singles titles won during the open era.

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7. On January 14, 2008, Lindsay Davenport surpassed Steffi Graf in career prize money earned on the women's tour, garnering a total of US$21,897,501.

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8. Lindsay Davenport's was the only player in the WTA top 100 that had fewer than 10 tournaments counting towards her world ranking.

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9. On July 18, 2007, Lindsay Davenport announced that she would return to the WTA Tour.

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10. Lindsay Davenport's returned in Los Angeles, losing a second-round match to Samantha Stosur.

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11. At Wimbledon, Lindsay Davenport was the top seed and made it easily to the fourth round, where she was tested again by Clijsters, but came through in three sets to win her second successive match against the Belgian.

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12. Lindsay Davenport's confounded expectations with a run to the quarterfinals on her least favourite surface, including a come-from-behind victory over Kim Clijsters in the fourth round.

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13. Lindsay Davenport's defeated Venus and Serena Williams for the first time since 2000, which she said instilled belief in her that she could win more Grand Slam tournaments.

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14. Lindsay Davenport's finished the year ranked first for the third time in her career.

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15. At the year-end Chase Championships, Lindsay Davenport lost to Monica Seles, after holding seven match points, her third loss to Seles, having a match point opportunity on all three occasions.

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16. Lindsay Davenport's reached two more finals during 2002, losing in Moscow to Magdalena Maleeva and in Zurich to Patty Schnyder.

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17. Lindsay Davenport's was a semifinalist at the Australian Open, a semifinalist at Wimbledon, and a quarterfinalist at the US Open.

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18. Lindsay Davenport's teamed with Natasha Zvereva to reach the doubles final, before losing to Martina Hingis and Anna Kournikova.

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19. In 1998, Lindsay Davenport reached all four Grand Slam doubles finals with Zvereva, losing to teams that included Hingis all four times.

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20. In doubles, Lindsay Davenport reached the final of the 1998 Australian Open with Natasha Zvereva, where they lost to the wildcard team of Hingis and Mirjana Lucic.

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21. Lindsay Davenport's became the first American-born woman to win the US Open since Chris Evert in 1982.

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22. In doubles, Lindsay Davenport was the runner-up in Sydney with Natasha Zvereva and at the Australian Open with Lisa Raymond.

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23. At Wimbledon, Lindsay Davenport lost to Denisa Chladkova in the second round.

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24. At Wimbledon, Lindsay Davenport was upset in the fourth round by Mary Joe Fernandez.

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25. In December 1994, Lindsay Davenport hired Craig Kardon as her coach.

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26. Lindsay Davenport's qualified for the 1993 Australian Open, reaching the third round before falling to Mary Pierce.

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27. Lindsay Davenport's reached the third round at the 1993 Australian Open doubles competition with Chanda Rubin.

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28. Lindsay Davenport's excelled at junior level competitions and swept the singles and doubles titles at the National Girls' 18s and Clay Court Championships in 1991 and won the Junior US Open in '92.

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29. Lindsay Davenport's was coached by Robert Lansdorp, who had coached Tracy Austin before.

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30. Lindsay Davenport's amassed career-earnings of $22,166,338 dollars; currently eighth in the all-time rankings among female tennis players and formerly first, prior to being surpassed by Serena Williams in January 2009.

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31. Lindsay Davenport's has achieved the No 1 ranking in doubles as well.

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32. Lindsay Davenport's was ranked World No 1 on eight different occasions, for a total of 98 weeks.

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