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career in review

[+] 2012
* Won 75th through 79th WTA doubles titles at Paris Indoors, Doha, Dubai, Indian Wells and New Haven (all w/Huber)
* Won Wimbledon mixed (w/Bryan), her fifth Grand Slam mixed doubles title, and third partnering Mike Bryan.
* Won bronze medal at the London 2012 Olympics, also partnering Mike Bryan.
* Fifteenth Top 10 season in doubles (ranked #6).

[+] 2011
* Won 71st through 74th WTA doubles titles at Toronto, US Open, Tokyo [Pan Pacific] and WTA Championships (all w/Huber)
* US Open was sixth Grand Slam doubles title.
* Fourteenth Top 10 season in doubles

[+] 2010
* Thirteenth Top 10 season in doubles (finishing No.9)
* Won 69th and 70th WTA doubles titles of career and is now No.7 on all-time list (behind Navratilova, Casals, Shriver, King, Zvereva and Novotna).
* Runner-up at Wimbledon in the mixed doubles event (w/Moodie).

[+] 2009
* First non-Top 10 doubles season in 12 years;
* Won 68th Tour doubles title of career at Osaka (w/Chuang); now in four-way tie for No.7 on all-time list of Tour doubles titlists (alongside G.Fernandez, Sanchez-Vicario and Sukova);
* Also four-time runner-up earlier in season (all w/Peschke).

[+] 2008
* Eleventh straight (and 12th overall) Top 10 season in doubles;
* Won 66th and 67th Tour doubles titles of career at Memphis (w/Davenport) and New Haven (w/Peschke);
* By winning Memphis, tied Neiland for 10th on all-time list of Tour doubles titlists;
* By winning New Haven, became standalone No.10 on all-time list (now-retired Neiland had 66); runner-up three times (all w/Stosur), at Wimbledon (d. Black/Huber en route to final; l. to Williams/Williams), US Open (l. to Black/Huber in final) and Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (l. to King/Petrova in final).

[+] 2007
* Final singles season and another excellent doubles season; after falling in Tokyo [Pan Pacific] qualifying, announced end of singles career to focus on doubles;
* Strong doubles results w/Stosur in first half of season, winning five Tour doubles titles; Stosur missed most of second half of season w/illness (although pair had qualified for Tour Championships);
* Having accumulated 67 weeks in first two stints at No.1 between 2000 and 2002, third and fourth stints (50 non-consecutive weeks between July 10, 2006 and July 8, 2007) brought her career total to 117 weeks (passing Sánchez-Vicario to become No.3 on all-time list).

[+] 2006
* Another stellar season in doubles, going 60-13 in exclusive partnership w/Stosur, winning 10 titles, including Roland Garros (d. Hantuchova/Sugiyama 63 62 in final for second Grand Slam women’s doubles title together and her fifth individual Grand Slam women’s doubles title;
* Joined Court, Navratilova, K.Jordan, A.Smith, Shriver, Novotna, Sukova, G.Fernandez, Zvereva, Hingis, and the Williams sisters as one of just 13 players in the Open Era to complete the career doubles Grand Slam);
* Also captured Tour Championships (qualified No.1 in Race; d. Black/Stubbs 36 63 63 in final for second consecutive title there) and four Tier Is at Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Indian Wells, Miami and Charleston;
* Also Tier IIs at Stuttgart and Linz and Tier IIIs at Memphis and Hasselt;
* Now holds 60 individual Tour doubles titles (the most among active players, and 11th on the all-time list);
* Other doubles results include runner-up finishes at Australian Open (fell to Yan/Zheng 26 76(7) 63, having held 3mp in second set tie-break) and New Haven (l. to Yan/Zheng), US Open SF (top seeds; l. to No.8 Safina/Srebotnik) and Wimbledon 3r (top seeds; l. to Ruano Pascual/Suárez);
* On July 10 (after Wimbledon), ascended to No.1 for the third time in her career (having spent 13 weeks there in 2000 and 54 weeks there across 2001 and 2002; just third time since inception of computer rankings in 1975 that two players have shared the No.1 doubles ranking, after Stosur ascended to No.1 on February 6, and both have remained there through end of 2006);
* First non-Top 100 singles finish in 15 years, her best showings being 3r runs at Indian Wells (l. to Sharapova) and Birmingham (l. to Likhovtseva); 2r six times, incl. Wimbledon (l. to No.6 seed and defending champion V.Williams 67(4) 75 62, having led 5-2 second set); fell 1r at the other three majors;
* Surpassed $7 million in career prize money earnings, just the 21st woman in Tour history to accomplish the feat.

[+] 2005
* Fourteenth consecutive Top 100 finish in singles and sensational doubles season;
* Best singles showing came in last week of regular season with QF at Philadelphia (l. to Vaidisova);
* Won consecutive main draw matches two other times, reaching 3r at Australian Open (as No.25 seed, withdrew prior to match vs. Myskina w/left abdominal muscle tear) and Los Angeles (l. to qualifier Garbin);
* In doubles, solid first half of season (w/Stubbs), winning 45th career Tour doubles title at Eastbourne;
* Incredible second half of season (w/Stosur), winning at New Haven, US Open (fourth career Grand Slam doubles title), Luxembourg and Moscow, then qualifying for and capturing season-ending Championships (d. top seeds Black/Stubbs 67(5) 75 64 in final, having trailed 5-2 second set;
* Became 12th woman to win 50 Tour doubles titles;
* Year-end No.3 in doubles, her first Top 3 finish since 2002;
* Withdrew from Tokyo [Pan Pacific] w/left abdominal muscle tear and from Memphis w/left internal oblique muscle tear.

[+] 2004
* Eighth career Top 30 finish and 11th consecutive in Top 50, reaching second career Grand Slam QF and final at Memphis; also strong year in doubles;
* As No.25 seed at Australian Open, d. No.3 seed V.Williams for first time in 3r en route to QF (l. to Schnyder);
* As two-time defending champion and No.2 seed at Memphis, l. to top seed Zvonareva 46 64 75 in final (held 5-2 third-set lead and 3 mp);
* SF at New Haven (d. No.15 Petrova en route, l. to Dechy) and QF at Filderstadt (d. No.6 Dementieva en route, l. to Mauresmo);
* 3r at Indian Wells, Miami, Olympics and US Open; at Roland Garros, overcame 60 50 1r deficit vs. No.59 Kurhajcova, saving 2 mp to win 06 75 63 (l. 2r);
* Went 2-1 in USA's 4-1 win over Slovenia (d. Srebotnik, l. to Pisnik, d. Krizan/Srebotnik w/Navratilova), and 0-2 in 4-1 loss to Austria (l. to Schett, Schwartz);
* In doubles (w/Navratilova), won title at Vienna as top seeds (d. No.3 seeds T.Li/Sun in SF and No.2 seeds Black/Stubbs in final), also SF five other times (incl. Roland Garros and Wimbledon), and reaching QF at Olympics;
* In final event of season at Philadelphia, won 44th career doubles title as No.3 seeds w/Molik (d. top seeds Black/Stubbs in SF and No.4 seeds L.Huber/Morariu in final);
* Withdrew from Amelia Island with right quadriceps strain

[+] 2003
* Qualified for Sydney, then d. world No. 22 Daniilidou; l. to No. 6 seed Davenport in 2r; competing in 10th Australian Open and seeded No. 27, d. qualifier Lee-Waters 1r, then was upset by An. Barna in 2r; reached doubles SF with Davenport
* Upset world No. 8 and No. 2 seed Dokic to reach SF at Tokyo [Pan Pacific], fourth career Tier I SF; saved 2 mp to d. No. 5 seed Mag. Maleeva in 2r; l. to No. 3 seed Davenport in 3s; ranking jumped from No. 30 to 21, highest in six months; doubles runner-up with Davenport; defended Memphis title for fourth career singles title, d. No. 3 seed Coetzer in final 63 62; l. 1r at Scottsdale to Razzano, but reached doubles final w/Davenport
* Seeded No. 18 at Indian Wells, fell to No. 16 seed Coetzer in 3r; won doubles w/Davenport, their fifth title as a team (third at Indian Wells); seeded No. 22 at Miami, fell to No. 15 seed Pistolesi in 3s 4r match; seeded No. 12 at Amelia Island, upset No. 5 seed Dokic 63 67(4) 62 to reach QF vs. No. 3 seed and former world No. 1 Capriati (l. 62 60); won Amelia Island doubles w/Davenport (their seventh title together); as No. 21 seed, was eliminated in 2r at Roland Garros by Pennetta, but won mixed doubles title (career-first at Roland Garros) w/Bryan
* As No. 6 seed at Birmingham, l. 3r to No. 10 seed Tanasugarn; l. 1r at Eastbourne to No. 8 seed Mag. Maleeva, but won doubles w/Davenport as No. 2 seeds; seeded No. 23, l. to Pierce in 3r at Wimbledon, reached doubles SF w/Davenport (l. to eventual champions and No. 2 seeds Clijsters/Sugiyamaand) and reached mixed doubles QF w/Bryan
* Helped United States Fed Cup team d. Italy 5-0 in QF; seeded No. 9 (following withdrawal of No. 1 seed), l. in Stanford QF to former world No. 1 Capriati (No. 3 seed) and won doubles (40th doubles title of career and 60th appearance in a doubles final) w/Black as No. 1 seeds and first-time partners; at San Diego, as world No. 30, eliminated No. 54 Schett, No. 11 Sugiyama (No. 8 seed) in her opening match (following a 1r bye), and No. 73 WC Pierce before l. to No. 2 Clijsters (No. 2 seed) in QF; reached San Diego final w/Davenport
* As world No. 29 at New Haven, l. 1r to world No. 16 and No. 8 seed Sugiyama; as world No. 30 and No. 28 seed, d. world No. 128 qualifier Poutchek at US Open before being upset in 2r by world No. 93 Czink, and reached mixed doubles QF w/Bryan
* As world No. 28 at Moscow, was upset in 1r by world No. 123 WC Douchevina
* As a world No. 29 qualifier, l. 1r at Filderstadt to world No. 13 Hantuchova and as No. 2 seeds, won doubles w/Stubbs (teaming for first time since 2002 season-ending championships), d. top-seeds Black/Navratilova in championship match; as world No. 30 at Philadelphia, l. QF to world No. 7 WC, No. 2 seed and eventual tournament champion Mauresmo (upset world No. 13 and No. 6 seed Zvonareva in 1r), and w/Navratilova, as No. 1 seeds, won sixth doubles title of 2003 (first w/Navratilova), d. No. 3 seeds Black/Stubbs

[+] 2002
* Saved 5 mp to win Memphis title as No.2 seed over No.4 Stevenson 46 63 76(9);
* Advanced to Indian Wells QF as No. 12 seed (l. to eventual champion Hantuchova); reached QF at Strasbourg (l. to No. 2 seed and eventual champion Farina Elia);
* Reached Birmingham SF for third straight year (l. to No. 1 seed and eventual champion Dokic);
* Reached Wimbledon 4r for 5th time in 10 years, d. former champion Martinez in 3r;
* Defeated world No. 4, two-time champion Seles 64 62 in 58 minutes en route to Stanford SF (l. to V. Williams);
* Captured US Open mixed doubles title w/M. Bryan, d. his twin, Bob Bryan, and Srebotnik in final; after falling in US Open doubles 3r, surrendered No. 1 ranking to Suarez after 54 consecutive weeks (67 in total); in singles, snapped three-match losing streak by reaching 3r;
* Reached second final of year in Hawaii, l. to Black having saved set points in previous matches vs. Callens and Harkleroad; rallied from a 3-1 third set deficit to d. C. Martinez in QF;
* Member of US Fed Cup Team, winning doubles rubber in 1r loss to Austria; won Fed Cup doubles rubber in United States’ win over Israel to secure spot in 2003 World Group;
* Doubles - earned first doubles title of year in Sydney (w/Stubbs), their 23rd title together, when Hingis/Kournikova withdrew due to Hingis suffering heat illness following singles SF; won Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Scottsdale, Indian Wells, Miami and Tier I Charleston doubles title (w/Stubbs), having swept first three Tier I titles of season; saved 5 mp to d. No. 2 seeds Black/Likhovtseva for Eastbourne doubles title (w/Stubbs), their seventh of the year; won eighth doubles title of 2002 in Stanford (w/Stubbs); successfully defended Filderstadt doubles title w/Davenport; qualified for season-ending Championships for seventh time (sixth time w/Stubbs) as No. 2 seeds and defending champions, beaten in SF by Black/Likhovtseva 76 third set.

[+] 2001
* Started the year upsetting 14th-ranked Capriati to reach the QF at Sydney, l. to second-ranked Davenport 7-5, 6-4, and reaching the doubles final
* QF at Scottsdale, stretching No. 2 Davenport to three sets, and doubles winner; Upset 18th-ranked Testud to reach 4r at Indian Wells
* SF in Birmingham; Defeated world No. 13 Coetzer at Eastbourne
* SF in Waikoloa
* Notched her first victory over world No. 19 Huber in the QF of Luxembourg for her fourth win of 2001 over a Top 20 player, advancing to her first final of the year before falling to top seed Clijsters; ended the season ranked No. 22, her highest season-ending ranking in four years
* Doubles - Won nine titles, most on the tour, and as a team with Rennae Stubbs won seven, most of any team; Ended the season as the No. 1-ranked doubles player; Won two Grand Slam doubles titles with partner Rennae Stubbs, at Wimbledon and the US Open, as well as the season-ending championships; also won doubles titles with Stubbs in Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Scottsdale, Charleston and Eastbourne, and won in Filderstadt and Zurich with Davenport; reached the mixed doubles final at the US Open with Leander Paes

[+] 2000
* Collected second career singles title at Birmingham, a grass court tournament, with wins over third seed (19th-ranked) Capriati in the QF, top seed (seventh-ranked) Tauziat in the SF, and avenging a 1999 2r loss to Tanasugarn in the final; ranking improved from No. 28 to 21, her highest in 20 months
* Broke through to first Grand Slam singles QF at Wimbledon, where she had reached the 4r in three previous years: listen to Lisa talk about it; reached the doubles SF
* Captured first women's doubles Grand Slam title at the Australian Open with Stubbs
* Became the world's No. 1-ranked doubles player on June 12, 2000
* A member of the champion United States Fed Cup team, winning the doubles match in the final against Spain

[+] 1999
* 4r at Wimbledon, upsetting seventh seed Sanchez-Vicario and 1994 champion Martinez in back-to-back matches; also won her second Grand Slam mixed doubles title, winning Wimbledon with Leander Paes
* Defeated Sugiyama to reach the Moscow SF; won the doubles title, her second Tier I doubles titles in two weeks with partner Rennae Stubbs after winning Zurich
* Upset 10th-ranked Coetzer in her hometown Philadelphia en route to the QF, and won the doubles title
* With Stubbs, finished the regular season as the top team in the point standings and qualified for the season-ending championships for the fourth time

[+] 1998
* Trailing 0-5 in the first set, staged a stunning comeback to defeat world No. 7 Seles 7-6, 6-4 to reach the Amelia Island QF

[+] 1997
* At Filderstadt, defeated two Top 10 players to reach the final; stunned world No. 2 Novotna and upset No. 9 Spirlea; fell to No. 1 Hingis in the final; one week later, upset No. 1 Hingis and No. 5 Coetzer in Zurich to reach a career- high No. 15 ranking
* Just missed qualifying as one of the top 16 players of the year for the season-ending championships by losing 2-6, 6-2, 7-5 to Huber in the final week of qualification in Philadelphia after coming back from 2-5 down in the final set
* Joined the Million Dollar Club in career prize money

[+] 1996
* Won first Sanex WTA Tour singles title at Quebec City (d. world No. 11 Schultz-McCarthy in QF and Callens in final); reached US Open 4r and QF at Oklahoma City, Eastbourne and Philadelphia; w/Stubbs, won Chicago and Philadelphia doubles and qualified for season-ending Championships; won US Open mixed doubles title (w/Galbraith)

[+] 1995
* Runner-up at Chicago (d. world No. 8 Zvereva for first Top 10 win; l. to Mag. Maleeva) and San Diego (l. to C. Martinez); reached QF at Oklahoma City and 4r at Wimbledon; defended Indian Wells doubles title (w/Davenport); finished at No. 20 after breaking into Top 20 on August 7 at No. 17

[+] 1994
* First-time Tour finalist at Lucerne (d. Top 20 players Mag. Maleeva and Frazier; l. to No. 9 Davenport); reached Eastbourne QF and 3r at San Diego (l. to world No. 1 Graf in 3s); w/Davenport, won Indian Wells doubles and qualified for season-ending Championships; first Top 50 season-finish at No. 44

[+] 1993
* Reached first Tour SF at Sapporo, 4r on debut at Wimbledon (d. world No. 20 Sawamatsu; l. to No. 8 Capriati 86 third set) and 3r at Eastbourne; won first Tour doubles title at Tokyo [Nichirei] (w/Rubin)

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