Considered by many to be the greatest female tennis player of all time, STEFFI GRAF SPEAKER holds 902 total career victories. During her
17-year tennis career, which began in Germany in 1982, Graf won 22 Grand Slam titles, the second most of any player, male or female-seven at Wimbledon, six at the French Open, five at the US Open
and four at the Australian Open.
In 1988, STEFFI GRAF SPEAKER won all four Grand Slam singles titles, the Olympic Gold medal and 96 percent of her matches. Graf was ranked
No. 1 for a WTA-record 377 weeks, including 186 in a row.
STEFFI GRAF SPEAKER retired from tennis in the summer of 1999, while ranked No. 3 in the world. Later that year, she was named the greatest
female tennis player of the 20th century by a panel of experts assembled by The Associated Press.
In 1998, STEFFI GRAF SPEAKER founded Children for Tomorrow, a foundation dedicated to helping children who are affected by war, persecution
or exile. The organization has projects all over the world working to heal the psychological wounds within that children suffer from when affected by traumatic events.
Steffi and her husband Andre Agassi reside in Las Vegas with their two children.