Jennifer Marie Capriati Net Worth

Jennifer Marie Capriati Net Worth is
$20 Million

Jennifer Marie Capriati Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Jennifer Maria Capriati (born March 29, 1976) is a retired American professional tennis player. A former World No. 1, she won three women's singles championships in Grand Slam tournaments. Capriati made her professional debut in 1990 at the age of 13 years 11 months when she reached the finals of the hard court tournament in Boca Raton, Florida, losing there to Gabriela Sabatini. Capriati reached the semifinals of the French Open in her debut and later became the youngest ever player to crack the top 10 at age 14 years, 235 days in October of that year. Between 1990 and 1993, Capriati won six singles titles, including a Gold Medal at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, defeating Steffi Graf in the final. Following a first round loss at the 1993 U.S. Open, the burned out Capriati took a 14-month break from competitive pro tennis. Her personal struggles during this time (including arrests for shoplifting and possession of marijuana) were well-documented by the press.In 1998, Capriati won her first Grand Slam singles match in five years at Wimbledon. During the next two years, Capriati slowly returned to championship form, winning her first title in six years in Strasbourg, France in 1999 and regaining a top 20 ranking. At the 2001 Australian Open, the reinvigorated Capriati became the lowest seed to ever win the championship when she defeated Martina Hingis (ranked number one in the world at the time) in straight sets for her first Grand Slam championship. She also won the French Open that year, claiming the number one ranking in October. After successfully defending her Australian Open crown in 2002, Capriati became a top ten mainstay until injuries derailed her career in 2004.Capriati won 14 professional singles tournaments during her career, along with one women's doubles championship.In 2005, Tennis magazine ranked Capriati number 36 in its list of the 40 greatest players in the 40 years of that magazine.On July 14, 2012, Capriati was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

Full NameJennifer Capriati
Date Of BirthMarch 29, 1976
Place Of BirthNew York City, New York, USA
Height5' 7" (1.7 m)
Weight73 kg
ProfessionTennis player
ParentsDenise Capriati, Stefano Capriati
AwardsLaureus World Sports Award for Sportswoman of the Year, Laureus World Sports Award for Comeback of the Year, Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year, Best Comeback Athlete ESPY Award
NominationsBest Female Tennis Player ESPY Award, Best Female Athlete ESPY Award, Milliyet Sports Award for World Athlete of the Year
TV ShowsCharity Jam
Star SignAries
1Let me say that the path I did take for a brief period of my life was not of reckless drug use, hurting others, but it was a path of quiet rebellion, of a little experimentation of a darker side of my confusion in a confusing world, lost in the midst of finding my identity.
2Yes, I made mistakes by rebelling, by acting out in confused ways.
3People want to hear what I have to say and respect what I say.
4But, you know, I just want to play well and have fun playing well.
5I feel like I've started a new chapter in my life, and I need to leave the past behind.
6It wasn't my tennis that made me lose, it was a lot of different things going on, high drama, high emotion.
7I'm happy with what I've done but it's a challenge to try to win more.
8I mean, obviously, a lot of people know me around the world. Kids know me.
9It doesn't matter whether I qualify or wildcards.
10You know, I'm confident before I go out and play a match that I know, you know, I've put in the work and like I feel confident that I am going to go out there and play well.
11I just want to get to the level where I can say that that's my level, just try to play well, get up there.
12What I want out of tennis is not necessarily just winning.
13To win Grand Slams you have to be in the right frame of mind, the right physical shape.
14I had an instinct before and maybe now I don't have that instinct as much as knowing what to do, what shots to hit, where to place the ball, things like that.
15Coming back after the layoff, I wasn't really sure what to expect.
16This is the hardest thing I've ever done. The rehab has not gone as expected.
17Now a lot has changed and I can separate a lot of things.
18I mean, I feel like just a new person completely.
19I know there is much mystery, much question to what happened, and I must also say, many lies.
20Tennis is what I do and is part of who I am.
21I do still have some of the experience from playing, but it's been so long since I've been out in those quarters, semis, finals, the important final matches, just against the top players.
22I was an emotional basket case.
1American tennis player who was ranked number 1 in the world in 2001 and 2002. She won 3 grand slam tournaments and 11 other titles. Was elected best player in 2001.


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Charity Jam2005TV Series documentaryHerself
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