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She won 5 consecutive major singles tournaments (1988 Australian Open to 1989 Australian Open), and seven out of eight, in two calendar years (1988 Australian Open to 1989 US Open, except 1989 French Open). Graf is regarded by some to be the greatest female tennis player of all time.
Navratilova included Graf on her list of great players. 1 men's tennis player Andre Agassi in October 2001. Graf was inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame in 2004.
She started the year strongly, with six tournament victories heading into the French Open, with the highlight being at the tournament in Miami, where she defeated Martina Navratilova in a semifinal and Chris Evert in the final and lost only 20 games in the seven rounds of the tournament.
In the French Open final, Graf defeated Navratilova, who was the world No.
She did not win a tournament but consistently reached tournament finals, semifinals and quarterfinals, with the highlight being her semifinal loss to Navratilova at the US Open.
She won six French Open singles titles (second to Evert), seven Wimbledon singles titles, four Australian Open titles, and five U. Consequently, Graf's Grand Slam was achieved on grass, clay, and hard court while the previous five Grand Slams were decided on only grass and clay.
Graf reached thirteen consecutive major singles finals, from the 1987 French Open through to the 1990 French Open, winning nine of them.
When she was nine years old, her family moved to the neighboring town of Brühl. She began practicing on a court at the age of four and played in her first tournament at five.
She soon began taking the top prize at junior tournaments with regularity, going on to win the European Championships 12s and 18s in 1982. In 1984, she first gained international attention when she almost upset the tenth seed, Jo Durie of the United Kingdom, in a fourth round Centre Court match at Wimbledon.