She reached a career-high singles ranking of 17 in She won a career doubles Grand Slam with 17 Grand Slam women's doubles titles — six French Open, five US Open , four Wimbledon , and two Australian Open winning at least one Grand Slam title every year from —, except , and for three straight years winning three of the four Grand Slam doubles titles in the same year — She won 14 of her 17 Grand Slam titles partnering Natasha Zvereva ; their partnership is the second most successful doubles pair in Grand Slam history after Martina Navratilova and Pam Shriver in the Open era. She represented Puerto Rico at the Olympics. She also won two top-level titles and reached the semifinals at Wimbledon in ranked 99 becoming the lowest-ranked grand Slam singles semifinalist at Wimbledon  and the quarterfinals at the US Open in and Her father Tuto was a well-known doctor in Puerto Rico.
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She was the first Spanish player to win the women's singles title at Wimbledon , where she beat Martina Navratilova in the final. She reached a highest world ranking of No. Martinez was Spain Fed Cup team captain from and Spain Davis Cup team captain from , leading the Davis Cup team back into the top-tier World Group under her captaincy. At the age of just 16, she reached the fourth round at the French Open in her third professional tournament.
Homosexuality in sports is gaining acceptance, albeit more lowly than in the fields of entertainment and politics. Amid gay pride celebrations in New York this week, the issue still evokes passion, fear and ignorance among athletes, spectators and sponsors. Two young women lay languidly in the sun along the 18th fairway, T-shirts rolled up above their bellies, arms and legs braided in a casual embrace. Beth Daniel, and the gallery that followed her at this LPGA tournament, paid no attention to the couple. On a Sunday when about half of the 27, spectators were lesbians, walking around together, holding hands, hugging and kissing, nothing about this couple seemed unusual.