Tami Whitlinger
American tennis players
Tami Whitlinger
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13 November 1968
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GIRLS AMONG WOMEN… - 10sBalls
Google News - over 5 years
14 Katerina Maleeva) 1987 Ann Grossman first round (l. to Raffaella Reggi) 1986 Tami Whitlinger first round (l. to Helen Kelesi) 1985 Stephanie Rehe first round (l. to Terry Phelps) 1984 Melissa Gurney third round (l. to Petra Delhees Jauch) 1983
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Hingis to Face Mother-to-Be
NYTimes - over 19 years
It will be two against one when 28-year-old Tami Whitlinger Jones meets 16-year-old Martina Hingis in the first round at the United States Open this week. ''Yes, it's true, I'm pregnant,'' said Whitlinger Jones, who lives with her husband, the doubles player Kelly Jones, in San Diego. ''This will be my last tournament.'' Whitlinger Jones, who won
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Majoli Tastes Her First Success at Wimbledon
NYTimes - over 19 years
There was a quartet of rain delays and a slew of incomplete matches. There was dew on the grass and trepidation among the opening-day combatants, such as last year's out-of-the-woodwork champion, Richard Krajicek, and two players who had not won a match here, the French Open champion, Iva Majoli of Croatia, and the Australian Open runner-up, Carlos
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RESULTS PLUS
NYTimes - almost 20 years
N.H.L. Lemieux's 40th Leads Penguins Mario Lemieux scored his 40th goal to break a tie with 6 minutes 27 seconds left in the third period as the host Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Florida Panthers, 4-2, last night to end a four-game losing streak. Lemieux scored his 28th career goal against John Vanbiesbrouck, his highest total against any goalie.
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RESULTS PLUS
NYTimes - over 20 years
TENNIS Muster Criticizes Missing Americans Thomas Muster opened defense of his Italian Open clay court title yesterday with a 6-3, 6-0 victory over the lowest-ranked player in the draw, Herbert Wilsching of Austria. Then, he criticized top American players who aren't in Rome for the tournament. "It's very unlikely that all the guys are injured at
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TENNIS; Wimbledon Competitors And Grass Wilt in Heat
NYTimes - over 21 years
The umbrellas were raised today at Wimbledon to perform a very untraditional function: They were used as shields against a burning sun that heated Center Court to a record 110 degrees and fried the lawns of the overused and underprotected outer courts. The players who couldn't stand the smolder -- like Britain's Shirli-Ann Siddall, who was carried
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TENNIS; The Sky Isn't the Limit As Stich Tumbles in 3d
NYTimes - almost 22 years
With the roof shut tight over the stadium to close out the morning drizzle that returned to haunt the Australian Open, the seventh-seeded Michael Stich found his game shut down by the 28th-ranked Karel Novacek. This was the same 29-year-old Czech Republic veteran who obediently fell to Stich in the semifinals of the 1994 United States Open, but
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NYTimes - over 22 years
TRACK AND FIELD O'Sullivan Outruns Opponents at Helsinki Sonia O'Sullivan, a former Villanova runner from Ireland, won the women's 3,000 meters yesterday at the European championships in Helsinki, Finland. O'Sullivan, who last month set a world's best in the 2,000 meters and a European record in the 3,000, used a strong kick to win her first
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NYTimes - over 22 years
GOLF Azinger Misses Cut but Wins Crowd As he walked up the 18th fairway, the applause began to roll over Paul Azinger. By the time he reached the green, the cheers had become a roar. It was a lovely and touching farewell to a man who just returned. Azinger, playing his first competitive golf after a nine-month battle with cancer, missed the cut at
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NYTimes - over 22 years
N.B.A. Ferrell Helps Hawks Stretch Lead Lenny Wilkens chose quickness over size last night and the change worked for the Atlanta Hawks. Duane Ferrell, starting in place of Jon Koncak, scored 19 points and Kevin Willis had 23 points and 15 rebounds as the Hawks routed Chicago, 108-77, stretching their Central Division lead over the Bulls to four
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NYTimes - over 23 years
SWIMMING AND DIVING Third Gold for Van Almsick of Germany ranziska van Almsick remained on course for seven gold medals at the European swimming championships in Sheffield, England, yesterday by winning the women's 200-meter freestyle in meet-record time for her third gold. Previously a winner of the 100-meter freestyle and a member of Germany's
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Results Plus
NYTimes - over 23 years
TRACK AND FIELD Christie Beats Lewis Olympic champion Linford Christie burst clear of Carl Lewis, the world record-holder, to win a 100-meter showdown in 10.08 seconds yesterday in Gateshead, England. Lewis was third in 10.22 behind another American, Jon Drummond, who led for most of the race before a sellout crowd of 14,797 at the Gateshead
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TENNIS; Seles Reflects on Critical Shots
NYTimes - over 24 years
It was only midway through Wimbledon and Monica Seles already stood accused of a myriad of offenses that ranged from grunting like a stuck pig, to having been born on the wrong side of the political tracks regarding strife in her native Yugoslavia, to wearing clothes that were too tight. Should she laugh it off or start to memorize the dictionary
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WIMBLEDON '90; The Draw
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: The draw for the singles fields at the Wimbledon tennis championships, June 25-July 8 (seedings in parentheses): MEN Ivan Lendl (1), Czechoslovakia, vs. Christian Miniussi, Argentina. Qualifier vs. Jakob Hlasek, Switzerland. Bryan Shelton, Huntsville, Ala. vs. Thomas Hogstedt, Sweden. The draw for the singles fields at the Wimbledon tennis
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Way Stations En Route to Pros
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: On today's college sports scene, the image of the hungry inner-city athlete playing basketball and football as a way out of poverty has been supplemented by that of equally hungry suburban athletes playing golf and tennis with hopes of professional careers. On today's college sports scene, the image of the hungry inner-city athlete playing
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U.S. OPEN; First-Round Matchups
NYTimes - over 30 years
MEN First Quarter - Ivan Lendl (1), Czechoslovakia vs. Glenn Layendecker, Portola, Calif.; Brad Pearce, Provo, Utah vs. Robert Seguso, Sunrise, Fla.; Jeremy Bates, Britain vs. Andre Agassi, Las Vegas, Nev.; Ken Flach, Sebring, Fla. vs. Jonas B. Svensson, Sweden. Kelly Evernden, New Zealand vs. John Sadri, Charlotte, N.C.; Johan Kriek, Naples, Fla.
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Tami Whitlinger
1968
Born in 1968.
1989
Prior to turning professional, Whitlinger was a two-time All-American at Stanford University. Her first tournament victory as a professional came in 1989 at a USTA Circuit event in Greensboro, North Carolina.
1991
Her best result at a Grand Slam event was at the French Open in 1991, where she reached the fourth round.
Her career-high singles ranking was World No. 47.
1997
Whitlinger retired from the professional tour in 1997, though she has continued to play in seniors events.
Whitlinger is married to another former professional tennis player, Kelly Jones (who was ranked the World No. 1 men's doubles player in 1992). Tami grew up in Neenah, Wisconsin, and has a twin sister named Teri.
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