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  1. Martina Navratilova, Tennis Fury (Women Who Win 4) by Linda Jacobs, 1976-03
  2. Joueuse Tchécoslovaque de Tennis: Martina Navrátilová, Jana Novotná, Helena Suková, Hana Mandlíková, Janette Husárová, Kveta Peschke (French Edition)
  3. Martina Navratilova, tennis fury (Women who win 4) by Linda Jacobs Altman, 1976
  4. Martina Navratilova Tennis Fury by Jacobs, 1976
  5. Joueuse de Tennis Gauchère: Martina Navrátilová, Monica Seles, Patty Schnyder, Émilie Loit, Barbara Potter, Nicole Arendt, Dianne Fromholtz (French Edition)
  6. Martina Navratilova: Tennis Star (Library of Famous Women)
  7. Rick Elstein's Tennis Kinetics: With Martina Navratilova by Mary Carillo, 1985-08
  8. Tennis My Way by Martina Navratilova, 1984-09-04
  9. Tennis my way; photographs by Kimberly Butler. by Martina , with Mary Carillo Navratilova, 1983
  10. Tennis Records and Statistics: Tennis Performance Timeline Comparison, Martina Navratilova Career Statistics, Roger Federer Career Statistics
  11. Tennis My Way a Complete Guide To Training & P by Martina Navratilova, 1984
  12. Martina by Martina Navratilova, George Vecsey, 1986-05-12
  13. Martina: The Lives and Times of Martina Navratilova by Adrianne Blue, 1995-08
  14. The Rivals: Chris Evert vs. Martina Navratilova Their Epic Duels and Extraordinary Friendship by Johnette Howard, 2006-06-13

1. Navratilova, Martina
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3. Martina Navratilova, Tennis Masters Series, Rome, Interviews
2001 TENNIS MASTERS SERIES ROME. May 15, 2001 NAVRATILOVA-SANCHEZ/Dechy-Tauziat 7-6, 2-6, 6-3. An Interview With MARTINA NAVRATILOVA

4. Mariaan De Swardt, Martina Navratilova, Wimbledon, Tennis, The
MARTINA NAVRATILOVA Hockey helps. I snowboard and ski in the winter. In the summer I play more basketball, not really tennis, golf doesn't

5. Martina Navratilova, 2000 Enshrinee International Tennis Hall Of
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6. Guardian Unlimited Sport Tennis Martina Navratilova Final
Tennis Slovaks hopes rest with semis. Tennis Henin must engineer a power cut to shock the champion Martina Navratilova Saturday July 7

7. Guardian Unlimited Sport Tennis Martina Navratilova Analyses
Tennis Swiss finesse no longer enough Martina Navratilova Tuesday June 26, 2001 The Guardian After her defeat yesterday Martina Hingis should

8. Martina Navratilova, TENNIS - CBS
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9. The Hindu Sport / Tennis Martina Navratilova To Play In
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10. Martina Navratilova - Tennis
Martina Navratilova Tennis "If I had to do it all over again, there's only one thing I would change. I would have come out a lot earlier."

11. - Navratilova Named In Fed Cup Side - Oct. 14, 2003
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Navratilova celebrates 2003 Wimbledon mixes doubles win with Leander Paes Story Tools LONDON, England Martina Navratilova will put her unbeaten Fed Cup record on the line next month when she lines up for the United States against Belgium after an eight-year break from the women's tennis team competition. Navratilova, unbeaten in 37 Fed Cup ties, will be 47-years-old when the Americans tackle Belgium in Moscow on November 19-20, becoming the oldest player to compete in the 40-year history of Fed Cup. Navratilova is joined by Meghann Shaughnessy, Lisa Raymond and Alexandra Stevenson in the U.S. team. "This team is very excited about going to Moscow and we are going there to win," said U.S. captain Billie Jean King. "Martina brings additional power to our line-up and prestige to this international competition. We are all looking forward to going to Moscow and bringing the Fed Cup back to the United States."

12. Martina Navratilova: Biography And Much More From
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  • Born: 18 October 1956 Birthplace: Prague Czechoslovakia (now Czech Republic) Best Known As: Nine-time Wimbledon singles champion
The dominant women's tennis player of her time, Martina Navratilova won every grand slam singles title at least twice: Wimbledon (a record nine times), the Australian Open (three), the French Open (two) and the U.S. Open (four). Left-handed, sinewy and athletic, she helped bring a new era of power into the traditionally more finesse-minded women's game. Her many matches with former world #1 Chris Evert were particularly famous. Navratilova retired from professional tennis in 1994, but in 2000 returned to occasional action in mixed doubles. By winning the mixed doubles title at the 2003 Australian Open (with Leander Paes of India) she became the first player since Margaret Court to win the singles, doubles and mixed doubles at all four grand slam tournaments.

13. Knitting Circle Martina Navratilova
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Born 18th. October, 1956 in Prague, Czechoslovakia.
Czech-born American tennis player. She first visited the USA in 1973, defected in 1975, and became an American citizen in 1981. When she retired from singles in 1994 she had won 167 singles titles including a record nine at Wimbledon. Her victory in the 1995 Wimbledon mixed doubles extended her total of Wimbledon titles to 19, one short of Billie Jean King's record. In 1978 she began a relationship with Rita Mae Brown (1944 - ), an American activist and writer, but the publicity made her resign as head of the Women's Tennis Association. She later had an affair with Judy Nelson and gained admiration by routinely climbing into the crowd at tennis matches to snog her lover after winning games. She stepped up her campaigning for lesbian and gay rights and spoke at the march on Washington DC in April 1993. She also filed a law suit against the enactment of the homophobic Amendment 2 in Colorado which bans legal protection for lesbians and gays in the fields of housing and employment. In 1994 she announced her retirement from singles tennis.

14. Navratilova, Martina
Born on October 18, 1956, near Prague, Czechoslovakia (now in Czech Republic),martina navratilova played in her first tennis tournament at eight years of
Navratilova, Martina
Martina Navratilova during the 1984 French Open Steve Powell/Allsport (1956- ), athlete Born on October 18, 1956, near Prague, Czechoslovakia (now in Czech Republic), Martina Navratilova played in her first tennis tournament at eight years of age. Ranked number one in Czechoslovakia from 1972 to 1975, the left-handed Navratilova won international notice when she led her team to victory in the 1975 Federation Cup. In that year she went into exile in the United States, becoming a U.S. citizen in 1981. From 1975 she was consistently one of the top five women players. She made her first claim to the number-one position in 1978, after winning the Virginia Slims championship and the Wimbledon women's singles final. In 1979 she again won the Wimbledon women's singles as well as the women's doubles and was ranked the undisputed top player. In 1982 Navratilova won 90 of 93 matches, including 41 consecutive matches, and 15 tournaments, including the Wimbledon women's singles and the French Open women's singles. The following year she won 86 of 87 matches, the U.S. Open women's singles, the Wimbledon women's singles, and the Australian Open women's singles. Beginning with the 1983 Wimbledon title she won six consecutive Grand Slam women's singles titles. The 1980s also marked the height of her friendly rivalry with Chris Evert . Navratilova pitted her serve and volley game against Evert's baseline style in 80 matches, winning 43 of them. In 1986, at Filderstadt, West Germany, she became only the second player in modern tennis to win 1,000 matches.

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17. NEWSMEAT - Martina Navratilova's Federal Campaign Contributions
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Navratilova won her first Wimbledon title in 1976 (doubles with Chris Evert). Between 1974 and 1988 she won 52 Grand Slam titles (singles and doubles), second only to Margaret Court . Her first Grand Slam win was mixed doubles at the 1974 French Championship (with Ivan Molina, Colombia). By winning the Australian Open mixed doubles title with Leander Paes in 2003, Navratilova completed a sweep of all 12 Grand Slam titles, and, at the age of 46, also became the oldest player ever to win a major tournament. She was defeated by Conchita Martinez in the final of her last Wimbledon as a singles player in 1994. She became a tennis coach in February 1997, and made her debut as captain of the defending champion US Fed Cup team, replacing Billie Jean King. Related Links Wimbledon (tennis centre) tennis King, Billie Jean

19. Martina Navratilova - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Navratilova at the 2000 US Open Martina Navr¡tilov¡ listen (b. October 18 , in Řevnice , near Prague Czechoslovakia ) is a former World No. 1 woman tennis player. Originally from Czechoslovakia, she defected to the United States in and became a US citizen in . During her career she won 18 Grand Slam singles titles and 40 Grand Slam doubles titles (31 women's doubles and 9 mixed doubles). She won the women's singles title at Wimbledon a record 9 times. A vegetarian, Martina has appeared in ad campaigns for PETA. She was born Martina Å ubertov¡ in 1956. Her parents divorced when she was three, and in her mother Jana married Miroslav Navr¡til, who became her first tennis coach. Martina then took the name of her stepfather (adding the feminine "ov¡").

20. - Biography - Martina Navratilova
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b. Oct. 8, 1956, Prague, Czechoslovakia
Other Resources Navratilova's stepfather began giving her tennis lessons when she was six and she entered her first tournament when she was eight, reaching the semi-finals against girls as old as twelve. She won the Czech women's singles title in 1972 and came to the U. S. for the first time the following year. Czech officials criticized her for being "too Americanized" after her return and only reluctantly allowed her to compete in the 1975 U. S. Open. After losing in the semi-finals, she asked for political asylum and defected. Navratilova won six tournaments in 1977. She took her first Wimbledon singles title in 1978 and repeated the following year. By the early 1980s, she had emerged as the best women player in the world, surpassing Chris Evert, who was two years older. Interestingly, they both won 18 singles championships in the grand slam tournaments, and they had many classic duels on the court, with Navratilova's athletic, aggressive, serve and volley style contrasting with Evert's consistent ground strokes from the baseline. In 1982, Navratilova began an unprecedented run at Wimbledon, winning the first of six consecutive singles championships. She also won the U. S. Open in 1983, 1984, 1986, and 1987, the French Open in 1982 and 1984, and the Australian Open in 1981, 1983, and 1985. Just when it seemed she was past her prime, she won her ninth Wimbledon title in 1990.

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