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In 1985, aged 15 years and three weeks, Sabatini became one of the youngest-ever players to reach the semifinals of the French Open, where she lost to Chris Evert. She won her first WTA Tour singles title later that year in Tokyo. She first entered the world's top ten (at #10) in September 1985, [8] and ended the year ranked number 12. She received the WTA Newcomer of the Year award. Born to a supportive father, she was supported and encouraged to play tennis. She discovered her interest in tennis after witnessing her father and brother play as children. Then she began training by hitting the ball against the wall when she was six years old. Her father saw her talent and put her in professional coaching. Great American Doll Company created a doll in Sabatini's likeness in 1994, dressed in tennis attire. [24] That same year, Sabatini published a motivational book entitled My Story. In 1994, Sabatini reached the finals of Amelia Island and Strasbourg, and the semifinals of both the Australian Open and US Open. Across 15 consecutive Grand Slam events from Wimbledon 1990 to Australian Open 1994, she did not lose before the quarterfinal stage; this was the third longest streak of consecutive quarterfinal Grand Slam appearances in women's tennis ever (behind Graf and Navratilova tied on 19). In November, Sabatini defeated Lindsay Davenport in the final of the WTA Championships in New York to win her second title at that tournament. In the first round, she beat world No. 6, Martina Navratilova, in what was Navratilova's last match before retirement. Simona Halep Joins Exclusive Top 10 List in This WTA Stat". Tennis World USA. 22 February 2020 . Retrieved 19 July 2020.

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Gabriela Sabatini deliberately lost tennis matches to avoid reporters!". sports.ndtv. 19 October 2013. Archived from the original on 2 April 2015 . Retrieved 27 March 2015.It's hard to make friends within the tour. It's an individual sport - you play your match and you leave," she says, her voice deep yet soft, her English, learned mostly from travel and pop music, spoken in an unplaceable international accent.

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She won six major international junior titles, including the girls' singles gold at the French Open. In 1984, she was named No. 1 in the world as a junior player. She made history by becoming the youngest player to reach the semifinals of the French Open when Chris Evert defeated him.Tennis keeps you in this bubble," she says. "I wanted to experience life outside it. Remember, I used to wake up, have breakfast, practise for two hours, have lunch, rest a little, practice again for two hours then after that do some training for another hour.

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Are there any former players she calls for dinner if they are in the same town? She frowns. Well, she speaks to Steffi on the phone, but everyone is always on the move. It is clear she keeps her emotional attachments well away from the game, with family in Buenos Aires, or with the friends she loves travelling with now. The "vitalising essences of mandarin and pineapple, together with aquatic elements of melon", apparently represent in olfactory form Sabatini's wish "for a partner for life, for children and a family of her own". Sabatini won the Diamond Konex Award in 2000 as the most distinguished "Sportsperson of the Decade" in Argentina, and in July 2006 she was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

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I changed coaches three times in 93," she says. "I wasn't satisfied, couldn't find the right person. The next year I started to get worse and worse. I'd wake up in the morning and think, 'God I have to go and practise and I don't want to do it. I want to do something else'. I had a strong feeling that I just wanted a normal life." W) winner; (F) finalist; (SF) semifinalist; (QF) quarterfinalist; (#R) rounds 4, 3, 2, 1; (RR) round-robin stage; (Q#) qualification round; (DNQ) did not qualify; (A) absent; (NH) not held; (SR) strike rate (events won / competed); (W–L) win–loss record.

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Tennis, unlike most sports, has no off-season, just a relentless global calendar of tournaments. "The only free month was December but because matches start again in January you have only 10 days off then you have to train," says Sabatini. Hall of Famer Gabriela Sabatini motivated for upcoming Garden showdown vs. Monica Seles Retrieved 3 September 2016In 2019, the ITF presented Sabatini with its highest accolade, the Philippe Chatrier Award, for her achievements both during her tennis career and post-retirement charity work, specifically her work involving UNICEF, UNESCO, the Special Olympics, and as an 'Athlete Role Model' at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games. [29] Sabatini reached the semifinals of the 1987 French Open, and reached the final of the 1987 WTA Tour Championships, losing to Steffi Graf both times. She also won three WTA titles, including defeating world No. 4, Pam Shriver in Brighton. In the beginning it was a lot of fun, but after a few years it was work - like going to an office. You can't say, 'Today I don't feel like playing', you can't afford to do that. She has been alleged in the media that she is a lesbian because of her lowkey dating status right now. However, she is yet to respond to the rumors. She does, she says, long to find a husband. Men, particularly in Argentina, are fazed by her fame. She isn't seeing anyone at the moment and hasn't had a serious relationship for several years. Having spent 12 years protecting herself from outsiders, it is now less easy to let them in. So does she regret the sacrifices in her early pursuit of success? "Tennis was a wonderful thing, it gave me the opportunity to become what I am," she says. "All the things you have to do on the court you can apply to life."

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