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went from teen prodigy to off-court troubles to Grand Slam champion, and now
shes headed to the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Capriatis election was
announced Friday, joining a 2012 class that includes Gustavo Kuerten, Manuel
Orantes, Randy Snow and Mike Davies. “Tennis has been my passion and dedication
for my entire life, and to be acknowledged for this passion and dedication is
truly icing on the cake,” said the 36-year-old Capriati. “Finally, to all of my
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this game so memorable for me and I miss you all so much.” With a power-based
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She won the French Open in 2001 and a gold medal at the 1992 Olympics. She also
reached No. 1 in the WTA rankings. “We are delighted to hear the news that
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players, known for her remarkable success and powerful style of play,” WTA
chairman and CEO Stacey Allaster said in a statement. “Jennifer worked hard and
fought hard. Congratulations to her on an honour well deserved.” At 14, just out
of eighth grade, Capriati reached the semifinals of the first Grand Slam
tournament she played—the 1990 French Open. Another 11 years would pass
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