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2001 Players

Jennifer Capriati
Amanda Coetzer
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Lisa Raymond
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Amy Frazier (USA) (10)

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Tour Debut 4
Amy Frazier - (USA) Residence: Rochester Hills, Michigan, USA Birthdate: September 19, 1972 Birthplace: St. Louis, Missouri, USA Height: 5' 8" (1.73 m) Weight: 139 lbs. (63 kg) Plays: Right-handed (two-handed backhand) Status: Pro (January 1990) Sanex WTA TOUR singles titles: 6 Sanex WTA TOUR doubles titles: 5 Grand Slam titles: 0 ITF Women's Circuit singles titles: 2 2001 HIGHLIGHTS - SINGLES QUARTERFINALIST: Hobart, Paris Indoors 2001 HIGHLIGHTS - DOUBLES QUARTERFINALIST: Hobart (w/Schlukebir) GRAND SLAM (SINGLES) AND CHASE CHAMPIONSHIPS (S/D) HISTORY 01 00 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 AUSTRALIAN 2r 1r 2r -- 1r 1r 3r 3r 1r QF 4r 1r 3r 1r -- ROLAND GARROS -- 1r 2r -- 2r 1r 3r 1r -- 2r -- -- 1r 1r -- WIMBLEDON -- 3r 1r 1r 2r 4r 2r 1r -- 4r 4r 3r 2r 1r -- UNITED STATES -- 1r 3r 1r 1r 2r QF 2r 2r 1r 2r 1r 1r 3r 1r CHASE CHAMPS (S) -- 1r -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1r -- -- -- -- -- CHASE CHAMPS (D) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- CAREER HIGHLIGHTS - SINGLES WINNER (6 Sanex WTA TOUR): 1999 - Japan Open; 1998 - ITF/Mahwah-USA; 1995 - Japan Open; 1994 - Los Angeles; 1992 - European Open; 1990 - Oklahoma City; 1989 - Wichita; 1987 - ITF/Kona II-USA FINALIST (6): 2000 - Japan Open; 1997 - Japan Open; 1996 - Japan Open; 1994 - Japan Open, Tokyo [Nichirei]; 1990 - Tokyo [Nichirei] CAREER HIGHLIGHTS - DOUBLES WINNER (5): 1999 - Quebec City (w/Schlukebir); 1994 - Tokyo [Nichirei] (w/Hiraki); 1992 - Japan Open (w/Hiraki), European Open (w/E. Reinach); 1991 - Japan Open (w/Kidowaki) FINALIST (8): 2000 - Stanford (w/Black); 1998 - Japan Open (w/Hiraki); 1997 - San Diego (w/Po); 1996 - Japan Open (w/Po), Los Angeles (w/Po), Quebec City (w/Po); 1993 - Chicago (w/Po); 1990 - Puerto Rico (w/Richardson) ADDITIONAL: United States Fed Cup Team 1995. QUICK FACTS * Quarterfinalist at 2000 Stanford, where she fell to world No. 3 and eventual champion Venus Williams in a third-set tie-break; reached the doubles final with Cara Black * Ranked 26th, scored the biggest win of career at 2000 San Diego by beating world No. 1 Martina Hingis 6-3, 6-3 to reach the semifinals; knocked off ninth-ranked Anke Huber in the first round for the third time in 2000, recording her first two wins in 2000 over current Top 10 players; knocked off a third Top 10 player the following week in Los Angeles, defeating No. 10 Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario to reach the quarterfinals; defeated Huber again the next week at the Canadian Open to capture a fourth Top 10 scalp in three weeks * Defeated Anke Huber in the first round at 2000 Scottsdale and the third round of 2000 Miami, where she went on to defeat Nathalie Dechy to reach the quarterfinals and reenter the world's Top 20 rankings at No. 17 * In 2000, reached the Japan Open final for the sixth time in seven years; won it in 1995 and 1999 * In 1999, won a singles and doubles title and reached five other singles semifinals, moving ranking back into the world's Top 20 for the first time in more than three-and-a-half-years * Upset world No. 23 Ai Sugiyama in the first round of the 1999 Australian Open before falling to Mary Joe Fernandez in three sets; avenged loss to Fernandez at 1999 Miami to reach the third round * At 1999 Stanford, notched wins over fifth seed Barbara Schett and Anke Huber to reach the semifinals at a Tier II-level event for the first time in two years * Defeated 19th-ranked Patty Schnyder in the first round at 1999 San Diego and led world No. 3 Steffi Graf 4-6, 7-5, 2-1 when Graf retired due to injury in what became the last match of her career * Won first doubles title in five years at 1999 Quebec City with partner Katie Schlukebir * Due to injury withdrawals of other players, qualified for the 2000 season-ending Chase Championships for the first time since 1992; missed qualifying for the 1999 season-ending championships by one spot * At 1995 U.S. Open, upset sixth seed Mary Pierce and 12th seed Natasha Zvereva to reach first U.S. Open quarterfinal; lost to eventual champion Steffi Graf * After third-round upset over Anke Huber 6-0, 7-5, toppled world No. 3 Conchita Martinez 6-4, 7-6(7-1) in the quarterfinals en route to 1994 title at Los Angeles * Upset world No. 3 Monica Seles 5-7, 7-5, 6-2 in the quarterfinals at 1990 Tokyo [Nichirei] and went on to reach the final * In 1995, named World TeamTennis Most Valuable Player, finishing the season ranked No. 1 in women's singles, No. 2 in women's doubles and No. 3 in mixed doubles; was top money earner with $41,000, playing for Idaho Sneakers * Nominated for 1994 Sanex WTA TOUR Comeback Player Award, 1990, 1991, 1992 and 1995 Sanex WTA TOUR Karen Krantzcke Sportsmanship Award and 1989 Sanex WTA TOUR Most Improved Player Award * Has other career wins over Gabriela Sabatini, Mary Joe Fernandez, Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario, Manuela Maleeva-Fragniere and Katerina Maleeva * In junior competition, won 1986 U.S. Clay Court 18s and 1987 U.S. Hard Court 18s; won doubles titles at 1986 U.S. National Indoors and 1987 U.S. Nationals 18s; semifinalist in 1988 Wimbledon singles and doubles * From age five until 1990, coached by John Trump; now works with John Austin and Wayne Jackson * Began playing at age 3 PERSONAL Skipped tour in spring 1990 to graduate Magna Cum Laude from high school...Plans to become a math teacher after tennis...Favorite city to visit is Melbourne...Favorite movie is Rainman...Favorite musicians are INXS and Phil Collins...Favorite color is blue...Hobbies are ceramic painting and biking. Sanex WTA TOUR RANKING (SEASON-ENDING, SINGLES) 2000-20; 1999-19; 1998-42; 1997-37; 1996-29; 1995-18; 1994-16; 1993-39; 1992-19; 1991-28; 1990-16; 1989-33; 1988-55; 1987-202 HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: No. 13 (February 27-March 5, 1995; June 19-July 9, 1995)

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