Furthermore, she is the only tennis player to have won each Grand Slam tournament at least four times. 1 by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) for a record 377 total weeks—the longest period for which any player, male or female, has held the number-one ranking since the WTA and the Association of Tennis Professionals began issuing rankings.
She won 107 singles titles, which ranks her third on the WTA's all-time list after Martina Navratilova (167 titles) and Chris Evert (157 titles).
Anna turned pro in 1995, and went on to win two ITF titles. But plagued by injuries, the tennis star was forced to retire in 2003.
Her tennis success continued, and in 1998 she broke into the WTA’s top 20 rankings for the first time. “Well, injuries to my back and foot really impacted my ability to play at the level that I wanted to play.
But her good looks attracted just as much attention as her on-the-court talent.