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Dominique Monami

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Country (sports)  Belgium
Name  Dominique Monami
Turned pro  June 1991
Prize money  US$2,015,702
Role  Tennis player
Residence  Mechelen, Belgium
Career record  295–182
Height  1.70 m
Retired  October 2000
Career titles  4
Weight  55 kg



Born  31 May 1973 (age 42) Verviers, Liege (1973-05-31)
Plays  Right-handed (two handed-backhand)
Highest ranking  No. 9 (12 October 1998)
Similar People  Sabine Appelmans, Els Callens, Amanda Coetzer, Xavier Malisse, Julie Halard‑Decugis

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Dominique Monami (born 31 May 1973) is a Belgian former professional female tennis player.

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Monami was born in Verviers. In 1995, she married her coach Bart Van Roost, with whom she has a daughter, and played under the name Dominique Van Roost until their divorce in 2003.

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Her biggest achievement came during the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney where she won the bronze medal in doubles, partnering Els Callens. Monami won four singles titles and reached a career-high singles ranking of World No. 9 in October 1998.

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  • Head-to-Head vs. Top 10:
  • Martina Hingis 1–5
  • Venus Williams 1–2
  • Serena Williams 1–1
  • Kim Clijsters 1–1
  • Elena Dementieva 1–0
  • Lisa Raymond 1–1
  • Mary Pierce 0–5
  • Barbara Schett 3–1
  • Julie Halard-Decugis 2–2
  • Lindsay Davenport 2–1
  • Nadia Petrova 1–0
  • Jennifer Capriati 0–2
  • Monica Seles 0–3
  • Amanda Coetzer 4–1

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    References

    Dominique Monami Wikipedia


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