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Monica Seles

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A professional tennis player who battled her way to the pinnacle of her sport at a remarkably tender age, Monica Seles grew up as a native of Novi Sad in then-Yugoslavia (now Serbia), the daughter of a newspaper cartoonist-cum-animator. On many levels, 1990 represented Seles' "breakthrough year" -- a year that witnessed the then-16-year-old defeating the likes of Martina Navratilova and Steffi Graf, reportedly earning more than 700,000 dollars and clocking in as the youngest female contender to win a Grand Slam in over a century. Numerous additional Grand Slam titles followed over the succeeding years, though in 1993 Seles was stabbed by a crazed German spectator who declared his obsession with seeing Graf recover her title as a number one champion; the event reportedly jarred Seles and negatively impacted her game. Seles drew a great deal of off-court attention in 2008, when the producers of ABC's competitive reality series Dancing With the Stars tapped her to perform as a dancer in the sixth season of their program. She participated alongside dance partner Jonathan Roberts. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

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TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Dancing With the Stars
2005
  • Appearing
  • Reality cast member
  • Actor
  • 2008
  • 2006
  • 2005

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