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Tracy Austin

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My sister and I are opposites in many ways. She is six feet tall, while I'm five feet four.

— Tracy Austin

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Pam has always been my glamorous big sister - 13 years older than I. She played on the women's circuit for nine years and came home to tell me stories of France, Japan.

— Tracy Austin

#been #big #came #circuit #france

The prize money for first place was $2,800, but I didn't take it because I was still an amateur.

— Tracy Austin

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To meet my goals, I couldn't let up when I was playing tennis.

— Tracy Austin

#i #meet #playing #tennis #up

Venus hasn't been to the semis for a couple of years in a Grand Slam - she's been coming back from injury.

— Tracy Austin

#been #coming #couple #grand #grand slam

We've gotta give Richard Williams a lot of credit - to give us two number one champions is a phenomenal feat.

— Tracy Austin

#credit #feat #give #gotta #lot

When I was 11, I won my first nationals at Savannah, defeating Kelly Henry in the finals.

— Tracy Austin

#finals #first #henry #i #kelly

Winning that first game was so important; my mother always said that the first game of the second set was the chance to keep it going if you were ahead or change things if you were behind.

— Tracy Austin

#always #behind #chance #change #change things

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She also reached the quarterfinals of the French Open. But by the end of 1983 before her 21st birthday Austin was essentially finiTracy Austind as a top ten player. 1 professional tennis player from the United States who won the women's singles title at the US Open in 1979 and 1981 and the mixed doubles title at Wimbledon in 1980 as well as the singles title at the 1980 WTA Tour Championships before a series of injuries cut her career short.

Since 1979 Tracy Austin has held the record as youngest ever US Open female singles champion and is the youngest inductee of all time in the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Tracy Ann Austin Holt (born December 12 1962 in Palos Verdes California) is a former World No. Austin won singles titles on all playing surfaces: Clay (both Red Clay and Green Clay) Indoor Carpet Grass and Hard Courts.

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