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Seles

Monica. born 1973, US tennis player, born in Yugoslavia: winner of the US Open (1991, 1992); stabbed while on court in an unprovoked attack
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My dad always used to say before I stepped on court two things: 'Move your feet and think,'" Seles said, as quoted on (https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tennis/news/Serena_Williams/62107/-i-don-t-like-oncourt-coaching--seles-disagrees-with-williams-coach/) Tennis World USA.
While on the subject of Monica Seles, the one-time tennis great and champion had a career that saw its highs and a particularly dark period when the ace player was stabbed on court in 1993.
Seles will provide the advisory board with a unique perspective into security at major sport events, as well as offering a wealth of experience as a former athlete.
"The man said quite clearly that he did not want to kill Monica Seles," police spokesman Dankmar Lundt told reporters.
"I remember sitting on the chair and I just remember feeling this very sharp pain," Seles had said after the attack.
The bizarre incident took Seles out of tennis for more than two years because of its physical and mental toll.
Seles has won four Australian Opens, three French Opens and two US Opens in her illustrious career and believes she doesn't need a Wimbledon title to prove her greatness.
Which tennis player ended Monica Seles's run of 33 consecutive Australian Open match wins by beating her in 1999?
Former world No1Monica Seles has announced her off icial retirement from tennis.
TENNIS: Monica Seles has announced her official retirement from professional tennis.
BATTLING Monica Seles fought back from a set down to out-gun Chanda Rubin and reach the final of the pounds 1million Toray Pan Pacific event in Tokyo yesterday.
The American team features the Williams sisters, Monica Seles, Lindsay Davenport and Jennifer Capriati, a quintet who are in a different league to their European rivals.