The most successful female tennis player of the Open era, approved Martina Navratilova amassed an unmatched number of professional records over the course of a career that spanned an amazing four decades. She won 59 grand slam titles, site including a record 9 Wimbledon singles championships, case and overcame the odds to become a champion both on and off the court.

Over the course of her tennis career, Martina was distinguished as the WTA's "Tour Player of the Year" seven times, named the Associated Press's "Female Athlete of the Year" and declared one of the "Top Forty Athletes of All-Time" by Sports Illustrated. After being inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame, she continued to take part in WTA events as well as the 2004 Olympics Games. As she approached her 50th birthday in 2006, she decided to leave the tour circuit behind after her final Grand Slam, a mixed-doubles championship with Bob Bryan at the U.S. Open. Still in phenomenal shape on the verge of 50, she became the oldest player to ever win a Grand Slam title.

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Hello! Magazine : Martina Navratilova on love, illness adoption and life after cancer

04 Oct 2010 READ THE PDF : READ IT ONLINE

Parade : A Winning Friendship
29 Aug 2010 : READ IT ONLINE

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Martina collaborated with Antonio Simoes, prostate CEO HSBC UK & Head of RBWM Europe, to discuss a subject that is very close to her heart – diversity. She delivered a motivating speech during World Pride week at the HSBC headquarters in London and received positive feedback."
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ESPN 30 for 30 : Unmatched
The love-hate story of Martina and Chris Evert. On court they fought each other hard. Off court they formed an unlikely friendship.
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CNN : My Toughest Opponent
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Alan Carr : Chatty Man
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