Steffi Graf

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Noun1.Steffi Graf - German tennis player who won seven women's singles titles at Wimbledon (born in 1969)
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Summary: Johannesburg [South Africa], Nov 5 (ANI): German Tennis star Steffi Graf believes that Serena Williams can "absolutely" surpass Margaret Court's Grand Slam singles title record with her comeback.
1988 German tennis player Steffi Graf became only the fifth person to complete the Grand Slam, winning the four top women's tennis tournaments in the same calendar year when she beat Argentinian Gabriella Sabatini to win the US Open.
Wimbleon veteran Martina Navratilova had to save him a few times in a mixed doubles match against Steffi Graf and husband Andre Agassi.
AGERMAN spectator who stabbed and wounded top tennis player Monica Seles said he did it so that Germany's Steffi Graf would regain her place as the world number one, police said.
This star studded event featured Andre Agassi, Steffi Graf and Martina Navratilova among others and raised money for the Elton John AIDS Foundation and local AIDS charities.
Last week's show, billed as an extensive interview with celebrity tennis couple Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf, was nothing short of stomachturning.
1 ranking, said she was thrilled to join Steffi Graf and Martina Navratilova but doesn't feel comfortable being compared to such legends.
Celebrities including Mel C, Jack Charlton, Wayne Rooney, Barry McGuigan, Kerry Katona and Steffi Graf posed wearing the charity T-shirt to bring hope to sick children in Liverpool.
Retired tennis star Steffi Graf has dropped out of playing in the mixed doubles at the French open with husband Andre Agassi because she is expecting their second child.
TENNIS stars Steffi Graf and Andre Agassi were all smiles when they presented their new-born son to the public.
TENNIS stars Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf have decided to marry, probably on Graf's birthday on June 14, a German newspaper reported.