Date of birth: 29 March 1976
Birthplace: New York, USA
Professional career started: 5 March 1990
Retired from playing: Not officially retired
Career singles titles: 14 (up to 18 September 2009)
Total career prize money: over $10 million
Jennifer Capriati has won 3 Grand Slam singles titles in her career.
Australian Open 2 times.
French Open 1 time.
Head to head
Jennifer Capriati vs. Martina Navratilova 1 - 1
Jennifer Capriati vs. Chris Evert 0 - 0
Jennifer Capriati vs. Steffi Graf 1 - 10
Jennifer Capriati vs. Monica Seles 5 - 9
Jennifer Capriati vs. Gabriela Sabatini 5 - 11
Jennifer Capriati vs. Martina Hingis 4 - 5
Jennifer Capriati vs. Anna Kournikova 1 - 3
Jennifer Capriati vs. Venus Williams 0 - 4
Jennifer Capriati vs. Serena Williams 7 - 10
Jennifer Capriati vs. Justine Henin 2 - 5
Jennifer Capriati vs. Maria sharapova 1 - 0
Jennifer Capriati was ranked number one in the world for 17 weeks in 4 spells between October 2001 and June 2002.
Jennifer Capriati was the youngest ever player to be ranked in the top 10 at 14 years and 235 days.
Jennifer Capriati became the youngest ever French Open semi finalist at 14 years 2 months in 1990 when she was beaten by the eventual winner Monica Seles.
Jennifer Capriati also became the youngest ever Wimbledon semi finalist in 1991 after beating Martina Navratilova in the quarters.
Jennifer Capriati Career Highlights
1990 Jennifer Capriati became the youngest ever player to reach a tour final at 13 years 11 months when she played at Boca Raton. She was beaten in the final by Gabriela Sabatini.
1990 October, Jennifer won her first tour title at San Juan, Puerto Rico beating Zina Garrison in the final 5-7 6-4 6-2.
1991 Jennifer won her second title in San Diego beating Monica Seles in the final 4-6 6-1 7-6 (7-2).
1992 Jennifer Capriati won the Olympic Gold medal in Barcelona beating Steffi Graf 3-6 6-3 6-4.
2001 Jennifer won the Australian Open, her first Grand Slam title, by beating Martina Hingis in the final 6-4 6-3.
2001 Jennifer Capriati won the French Open beating Kim Clijsters 1-6 6-4 12-10 in the final.
2001 Jennifer Capriati became number 1 in the world for the first time on the 15th October.
2002 Jennifer won the Australian Open again beating Martina Hingis in the final 4-6 7-6 (9-7) 6-2.
2003 Jennifer Capriati won her last tournament beating Lindsay Davenport in New Haven 6-2 4-0 (retired).