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She became a naturalized American citizen in and also received Hungarian citizenship in June In , Seles became the youngest ever French Open champion at the age of She went on to win eight Grand Slam singles titles before her 20th birthday and was the year-end world no. Seles did not return to tennis for over two years.

She played her last professional match at the French Open , but did not officially retire until February Regarded by many in the sport as one of the greatest tennis players of all time, Seles was named one of the "30 Legends of Women's Tennis: Past, Present and Future" by Time.

Seles was born in Yugoslavia into an ethnic Hungarian family. He is responsible for developing her two-handed style for both the forehand and backhand. In , at the age of 11, she won the Junior Orange Bowl tournament in Miami , Florida, catching the attention of tennis coach Nick Bollettieri. Seles played her first professional tournament as an amateur in at age The following year she turned professional on February 13, , and joined the professional tour full-time, winning her first career title at Houston in May , where she beat the soon-to-retire Chris Evert in the final.

A month later, Seles reached the semifinals of her first Grand Slam singles tournament at the French Open, losing to then-world no. Seles finished her first year on the tour ranked world no. After a slow start at the beginning of the season, Seles went on a match winning streak and won 6 consecutive tournaments starting in Miami at the Lipton Player's Championships.

During that winning streak she also won the U. Seles then won her first Grand Slam singles title at the French Open. In doing so, she became the youngest-ever French Open singles Champion at the age of 16 years, 6 months. Her winning streak was stopped by Zina Garrison at Wimbledon in the quarterfinals, where Seles had a match point before Garrison eventually won 9—7 in the 3rd set.

Seles then won the Virginia Slims of Los Angeles title against Martina Navratilova and then defeated Navratilova again in winning the Oakland California tournament, in straight sets.

She also won the year-end Virginia Slims Championships , defeating Gabriela Sabatini in five sets in the first five-set women's match since US National Championships , becoming the youngest to ever win the Season-Ending Championships.

She finished the year ranked world no. In March, she replaced Graf as the world no. Unable to play at Wimbledon , suffering from shin splints , Seles took a six-week break. But she was back in time for the US Open , which she won by beating Martina Navratilova in the final, her third Grand Slam title of the year, to cement her position at the top of the world rankings. She also won the year-end Virginia Slims Championships for the second consecutive time, defeating Navratilova in four sets.

At the end of season, Seles had won 10 out of the 16 tournaments she entered reaching the final of every tournament that she entered that year. She ended the year as the no. She also reached her first-ever final at Wimbledon, but lost to Graf. During Wimbledon, Seles encountered difficulty because of her habit of grunting or shrieking loudly when hitting shots.

Her quarterfinal opponent Nathalie Tauziat was the first to complain to the chair umpire about it. During the third set of her semi-final match against Martina Navratilova , Navratilova also complained to the chair umpire about the grunting after Seles went up a break at 4—2.

Seles ended up losing the game and the break, but broke back and closed out the match. From January through February , Seles won 22 titles and reached 33 finals out of the 34 tournaments she played. She compiled a —12 win-loss record In the broader context of her first four years on the circuit — , Seles had a win-loss record of —25 She once again ended the year as the 1 ranked player in the world. Seles was the top ranked women's player heading into , having won the French Open for three consecutive years and both the US Open and Australian Open in consecutive years.

This was the last title that Seles won before the attack in Hamburg, Germany. She was quickly taken to a hospital. Although her physical injuries took only a few weeks to heal, she did not return to competitive tennis for more than two years. Initially, there was speculation that the attack might have been politically motivated because Seles was from Yugoslavia. She was known to have received death threats in relation to the ongoing conflict there.

However, German authorities were quick to rule this out, describing her attacker as confused and possibly mentally disturbed. Parche was charged following the incident, but was not jailed because he was found to be psychologically abnormal, and was instead sentenced to two years' probation and psychological treatment.

The incident prompted a significant increase in the level of security at tour events. Seles, however, disputed the effectiveness of these measures.

She was quoted in as saying "From the time I was stabbed, I think the security hasn't changed". I would not feel comfortable going back. I don't foresee that happening. Graf visited Seles while she was hospitalized. She later said that the song provided inspiration to her at that time, and subsequently met the band who later changed their name to the Monicas following her victory at the Australian Open in Seles returned to the tour in August Graf felt that would give Seles an unfair advantage in the rankings.

Her pivotal match was the semifinal vs rising American star Chanda Rubin who led her 5—3 in the final set, and had 2 break points to lead 5—1. Seles came back from 2 points from defeat to triumph and reach the final. This was to be Seles' last Grand Slam title, as she struggled to recapture her best form on a consistent basis. Seles' last Grand Slam final came at the French Open in , just a few weeks after the death of her father and former coach, Karolj, from cancer.

In the run to the final she had defeated world no. While she did not reach another Grand Slam singles final, she did consistently reach the quarterfinal and semifinal stages in those tournaments and was a fixture in the WTA Tour's top In , her last full year on the tour, she finished the year ranked world no.

Four years later, at the Olympic Games in Sydney, Seles captured her first Olympic medal, a bronze in singles. She defeated Jelena Dokic in the bronze medal match, after pushing eventual gold medalist Venus Williams to a tough 3 setter in the semis, losing 6—3 in the final set.

After becoming a U. In the spring of , Seles sustained a foot injury. She was forced to withdraw during the second set of a match against Nadia Petrova at the Italian Open.

Then, a couple of weeks later and still injured, she lost in straight sets to the same player in the first round of the French Open. It was the only time she ever lost a first-round match at a Grand Slam. She never again played an official tour match. Despite losing both matches, she played competitively and announced that she could return to the game early in ; however, she did not do so.

She played three exhibition matches against Navratilova in On April 5, she defeated Navratilova in Houston, Texas, on clay.

On September 16, she beat her on clay in Bucharest. In December , Seles told the press that Lindsay Davenport 's successful return to the tour had inspired her to consider her own limited comeback to play Grand Slam tournaments and the major warm-up events for those tournaments.

However, on February 14, , Seles announced her official retirement from professional tennis. Seles is widely regarded as one of the greatest tennis players of all time. Seles was listed at Seles won eight Grand Slam titles during her teenage years. However, her career was greatly affected by the stabbing incident.

Some involved with the sport have declared that Seles could have become the most accomplished female player. In an article written 20 years after Seles was stabbed, Jonathan Scott of Tennis. The world will never know.

During the height of her career the French Open through the Australian Open , she won eight of the 11 Grand Slam singles tournaments she contested. With eight Grand Slam singles titles before her 20th birthday, Seles holds the record for most Grand Slam singles titles won as a teenager in the Open Era. Until her loss to Martina Hingis at the Australian Open , Seles had a perfect record at the event 33—0 , which is the longest undefeated streak for this tournament although Margaret Court won 38 consecutive matches there from to after losing a match in It also marked her first defeat in Australia, having won the Sydney tournament in Seles was the first female tennis player to win her first six Grand Slam singles finals: Seles was also the first female player since Hilde Krahwinkel Sperling in to win the women's singles title three consecutive years at the French Open, a feat subsequently achieved by Justine Henin in Also, Chris Evert won the title in four consecutive appearances in , , , and Shortly after her retirement, Sports Illustrated writer Jon Wertheim summed up her later career:.

Yet, transformed from champion to tragedienne, Seles became far more popular than she was while winning all those titles. It became impossible to root against her.

At first, out of sympathy. Then, because she revealed herself to be so thoroughly thoughtful, graceful, dignified. When she quietly announced her retirement last week at age 34, she exited as perhaps the most adored figure in the sport's history. As happy endings go, one could do worse. In , Seles was named one of the "30 Legends of Women's Tennis: When she returned to the tour in after the stabbing sabbatical, Seles wore apparel by Nike and used a Yonex racquet on court.

On My Body, My Mind, My Self which chronicles her bout with depression and binge eating disorder BED after her stabbing, her father's cancer diagnosis and eventual death, her journey back to the game and a life beyond tennis.

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Thom Owens wrote that he began "adding more rock flourishes" on this album, [29] and Nash said that Diffie "not only understands the blue-collar ethic from the inside out — he's also familiar with its humorous underbelly. The first was a Christmas project titled Mr. Christmas , which comprised covers of traditional Christmas songs as well as newly written songs.

One of these original songs, "LeRoy the Redneck Reindeer", was issued as a Christmas single late in the year, peaking at number 33 upon its initial release and re-entering the country music charts for the next two years based on Christmas airplay. His other release that year was the studio album Life's So Funny. It was led off by " Bigger Than the Beatles ", the last number one single of his career.

Twice Upon a Time followed in Its singles all failed to make the Top Ten on the country charts, with lead-off " This Is Your Brain " reaching number 25, followed by "Somethin' Like This" at number 40 and "The Promised Land" at number 61, the lowest-peaking single of his career. Remz criticized the two novelty songs on Twice Upon a Time for lacking substance, and thought that most of the ballads were well-sung, but that the production "lacks any soul.

Among these were " Texas Size Heartache ", and its b-side, "Poor Me", which respectively reached numbers four and forty-three on the country charts. Diffie's version of the song peaked at number 64 based on unsolicited airplay. This song peaked at 59 on the country charts and won the Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals for all artists involved. As he did with the new cuts for his Greatest Hits package, Diffie worked with producers Don Cook and Lonnie Wilson , a friend of Diffie's who worked primarily as a session drummer and songwriter, and formerly fronted the band Bandana.

The latter spent thirty-seven weeks on the country music charts, the longest chart run achieved by any of his singles. Country Standard Time gave the album a positive review for having "nary a novelty tune in the bunch", [42] and Nash wrote that it had a "surprising depth of feeling. This move was due to a corporate decision that Epic had too many artists and Monument had too few. Regarding this album, Diffie told Billboard that its material had a common theme of love, and that he wanted to create a more contemporary sound through the production.

Only one other single was released from the album: In Another World received mixed reviews. Country Weekly reviewer wrote that Diffie "deals with adult emotions" and described the title track as "a shimmering ballad perfect for his expressive tenor.

Remz of Country Standard Time said that he "easily interpret[s]" the songs but "doesn't seem to be doing anything too dramatically different. Diffie signed to the independent Broken Bow Records in This latter song was also his last charting single.

Her version of the song, included on her album Delicious Surprise , was a number one single that year. After leaving Broken Bow, Diffie continued to tour, primarily playing smaller venues and county fairs. Kevin Downs, a soldier who was severely wounded in Iraq. His next project for Rounder, Homecoming: The Bluegrass Album , was released on October 26, It includes collaborations with The Grascals , Rhonda Vincent and other bluegrass artists.

Diffie toured at various county fairs in August in support of it. The song, which was released in February as the third single from Aldean's album Night Train , name-drops Diffie and incorporates several of his song titles into the lyrics. Upon hearing about the song, Diffie said that "it's really an honor" to be mentioned in the song, and that it was "flattering".

Steve Huey of Allmusic wrote that Diffie "lent his traditional sensibilities to humorous, rock-tinged novelties and plaintive ballads. Alanna Nash regularly compared Diffie's voice to that of George Jones. But now that he's making records himself, [his vocal imitation] drops him to the rear of the pack, as a stylist with little style of his own.

Diffie has been married four times. His first wife was Janise Parker, whom he married while in college. The couple had two children, Parker and Kara, then divorced in They had two sons, Drew and Tyler, the latter of whom was born with Down syndrome and nearly died in following complications from a tonsillectomy.

From to the early s, Diffie held a charity concert and golf tournament benefiting First Steps, a nonprofit organization for the education of mentally and physically impaired children.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Joe Diffie Joe Diffie performing in Retrieved 19 July Hot Country Songs to Retrieved 20 July Retrieved 27 July The Grand Ole Opry history of country music. Seles then won her first Grand Slam singles title at the French Open. In doing so, she became the youngest-ever French Open singles Champion at the age of 16 years, 6 months. Her winning streak was stopped by Zina Garrison at Wimbledon in the quarterfinals, where Seles had a match point before Garrison eventually won 9—7 in the 3rd set.

Seles then won the Virginia Slims of Los Angeles title against Martina Navratilova and then defeated Navratilova again in winning the Oakland California tournament, in straight sets. She also won the year-end Virginia Slims Championships , defeating Gabriela Sabatini in five sets in the first five-set women's match since US National Championships , becoming the youngest to ever win the Season-Ending Championships.

She finished the year ranked world no. In March, she replaced Graf as the world no. Unable to play at Wimbledon , suffering from shin splints , Seles took a six-week break. But she was back in time for the US Open , which she won by beating Martina Navratilova in the final, her third Grand Slam title of the year, to cement her position at the top of the world rankings. She also won the year-end Virginia Slims Championships for the second consecutive time, defeating Navratilova in four sets.

At the end of season, Seles had won 10 out of the 16 tournaments she entered reaching the final of every tournament that she entered that year. She ended the year as the no. She also reached her first-ever final at Wimbledon, but lost to Graf. During Wimbledon, Seles encountered difficulty because of her habit of grunting or shrieking loudly when hitting shots. Her quarterfinal opponent Nathalie Tauziat was the first to complain to the chair umpire about it. During the third set of her semi-final match against Martina Navratilova , Navratilova also complained to the chair umpire about the grunting after Seles went up a break at 4—2.

Seles ended up losing the game and the break, but broke back and closed out the match. From January through February , Seles won 22 titles and reached 33 finals out of the 34 tournaments she played. She compiled a —12 win-loss record In the broader context of her first four years on the circuit — , Seles had a win-loss record of —25 She once again ended the year as the 1 ranked player in the world.

Seles was the top ranked women's player heading into , having won the French Open for three consecutive years and both the US Open and Australian Open in consecutive years. This was the last title that Seles won before the attack in Hamburg, Germany. She was quickly taken to a hospital. Although her physical injuries took only a few weeks to heal, she did not return to competitive tennis for more than two years. Initially, there was speculation that the attack might have been politically motivated because Seles was from Yugoslavia.

She was known to have received death threats in relation to the ongoing conflict there. However, German authorities were quick to rule this out, describing her attacker as confused and possibly mentally disturbed. Parche was charged following the incident, but was not jailed because he was found to be psychologically abnormal, and was instead sentenced to two years' probation and psychological treatment.

The incident prompted a significant increase in the level of security at tour events. Seles, however, disputed the effectiveness of these measures. She was quoted in as saying "From the time I was stabbed, I think the security hasn't changed".

I would not feel comfortable going back. I don't foresee that happening. Graf visited Seles while she was hospitalized. She later said that the song provided inspiration to her at that time, and subsequently met the band who later changed their name to the Monicas following her victory at the Australian Open in Seles returned to the tour in August Graf felt that would give Seles an unfair advantage in the rankings.

Her pivotal match was the semifinal vs rising American star Chanda Rubin who led her 5—3 in the final set, and had 2 break points to lead 5—1. Seles came back from 2 points from defeat to triumph and reach the final.

This was to be Seles' last Grand Slam title, as she struggled to recapture her best form on a consistent basis. Seles' last Grand Slam final came at the French Open in , just a few weeks after the death of her father and former coach, Karolj, from cancer.

In the run to the final she had defeated world no. While she did not reach another Grand Slam singles final, she did consistently reach the quarterfinal and semifinal stages in those tournaments and was a fixture in the WTA Tour's top In , her last full year on the tour, she finished the year ranked world no.

Four years later, at the Olympic Games in Sydney, Seles captured her first Olympic medal, a bronze in singles. She defeated Jelena Dokic in the bronze medal match, after pushing eventual gold medalist Venus Williams to a tough 3 setter in the semis, losing 6—3 in the final set. After becoming a U. In the spring of , Seles sustained a foot injury.

She was forced to withdraw during the second set of a match against Nadia Petrova at the Italian Open. Then, a couple of weeks later and still injured, she lost in straight sets to the same player in the first round of the French Open. It was the only time she ever lost a first-round match at a Grand Slam.

She never again played an official tour match. Despite losing both matches, she played competitively and announced that she could return to the game early in ; however, she did not do so. She played three exhibition matches against Navratilova in On April 5, she defeated Navratilova in Houston, Texas, on clay.

On September 16, she beat her on clay in Bucharest. In December , Seles told the press that Lindsay Davenport 's successful return to the tour had inspired her to consider her own limited comeback to play Grand Slam tournaments and the major warm-up events for those tournaments.

However, on February 14, , Seles announced her official retirement from professional tennis. Seles is widely regarded as one of the greatest tennis players of all time. Seles was listed at Seles won eight Grand Slam titles during her teenage years. However, her career was greatly affected by the stabbing incident. Some involved with the sport have declared that Seles could have become the most accomplished female player.

In an article written 20 years after Seles was stabbed, Jonathan Scott of Tennis. The world will never know. During the height of her career the French Open through the Australian Open , she won eight of the 11 Grand Slam singles tournaments she contested. With eight Grand Slam singles titles before her 20th birthday, Seles holds the record for most Grand Slam singles titles won as a teenager in the Open Era.

Until her loss to Martina Hingis at the Australian Open , Seles had a perfect record at the event 33—0 , which is the longest undefeated streak for this tournament although Margaret Court won 38 consecutive matches there from to after losing a match in It also marked her first defeat in Australia, having won the Sydney tournament in Seles was the first female tennis player to win her first six Grand Slam singles finals: Seles was also the first female player since Hilde Krahwinkel Sperling in to win the women's singles title three consecutive years at the French Open, a feat subsequently achieved by Justine Henin in Also, Chris Evert won the title in four consecutive appearances in , , , and Shortly after her retirement, Sports Illustrated writer Jon Wertheim summed up her later career:.

Yet, transformed from champion to tragedienne, Seles became far more popular than she was while winning all those titles. It became impossible to root against her. At first, out of sympathy. Then, because she revealed herself to be so thoroughly thoughtful, graceful, dignified.

When she quietly announced her retirement last week at age 34, she exited as perhaps the most adored figure in the sport's history. As happy endings go, one could do worse. In , Seles was named one of the "30 Legends of Women's Tennis: When she returned to the tour in after the stabbing sabbatical, Seles wore apparel by Nike and used a Yonex racquet on court.

On My Body, My Mind, My Self which chronicles her bout with depression and binge eating disorder BED after her stabbing, her father's cancer diagnosis and eventual death, her journey back to the game and a life beyond tennis.

Seles is married to businessman Tom Golisano , [33] who is 32 years her senior. They began dating in As of , Seles is a paid spokesperson for Shire Pharmaceuticals, the makers of the first drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration to treat BED, to raise awareness of the disorder she has suffered from since she was a young adult.

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