1. Monica Seles is a retired World No 1 professional tennis player.
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3. In 1990, Monica Seles became the youngest-ever French Open winner, in the age of 16.
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4. Monica Seles is a retired Yugoslav-born, naturalized American and Hungarian professional tennis player, who last represented the United States and is a member of the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
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10. Monica Seles picked up her first Grand Slam victory at the French Open, facing Graf yet again at Rolland Garros, but this time defeating her in two sets.
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17. In February 2005, Monica Seles played two exhibition matches in New Zealand against Navratilova.
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18. Monica Seles competed at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, where she beat Sabatini in a third round match before losing to Jana Novotna in the quarterfinals.
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19. Monica Seles was the runner-up at the US Open to Steffi Graf again in 1996.
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25. Monica Seles was the top ranked women's player heading into 1993, having won the French Open for three consecutive years and both the US Open and Australian Open in consecutive years.
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29. In 1990, Monica Seles became the youngest ever French Open champion at the age of 16.
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30. Monica Seles is a retired professional tennis player, who represented Yugoslavia and the United States and is a member of the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
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