1973 – Born on the 2nd of December.
1985 – At the age of 11, she won the Orange Bowl tournament in Miami, Florida, and caught the attention of tennis coach Nick Bollettieri.
1986 – His Seleš family moved from Yugoslavia to the United States, and Seles enrolled in the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy, where she trained for two years.
1988 – She played her first professional tournament at the age of 14.
1989 – She joined the professional tour full-time and won her first career title at Houston in May.
1990 – Won her first Grand Slam singles title at the French Open.
1991 – Was the first of two years in which Seles dominated the women’s tour.
1992 – She was the top ranked player in the women’s game.
1993 – In January, she defeated Graf in the final of the Australian Open, which was her third win in five Grand Slam matches with Graf.
1994 – She became a United States citizen on the 17th of May.
1995 – Seles returned to the tour in August and won her first comeback tournament, the Canadian Open, beating Amanda Coetzer in the final 6-1, 6-0.
1996 – In January 1996, Seles won her fourth Australian Open, beating Anke Huber in the final.
Her difficulties were compounded by having to cope with her father and long-term coach Karolj being stricken by cancer and eventually passing away in 1998.
2000 – She also won a bronze medal at the Olympic Games in Sydney.
2003 – Seles sustained a foot injury that has sidelined her from the tour ever since.
2005 – In February, she played two exhibition matches in New Zealand against Navrátilová. Although Seles lost both matches,
2006 – She played competitively and announced that she could return to the game early.