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  1. Amélie Mauresmo ( Saint-Germain-en-Laye, 5 de julio de 1979) es una tenista francesa. Vive en Ginebra, Suiza. Ha ganado 22 títulos en singles, entre ellos el Abierto de Australia y Wimbledon en 2006 y el Masters femenino de Los Ángeles 2005, entre otros. Fue la tenista número 1 de la clasificación WTA en 2006 durante 34 semanas.

  2. Amélie Simone Mauresmo (French pronunciation: [ameli simɔn moʁɛsmo]; born 5 July 1979) is a French former world No. 1 tennis player and tournament director. Mauresmo won two major singles titles at the 2006 Australian Open and Wimbledon Championships , and also won the silver medal in singles at the 2004 Summer Olympics and the ...

  3. Elle est depuis décembre 2021 directrice du tournoi de Roland-Garros . Professionnelle de 1993 à 2009, elle a remporté vingt-cinq titres en simple sur le circuit WTA, dont trois tournois majeurs : l' Open d'Australie et Wimbledon en 2006, et le Masters en 2005.

  4. 17 de dic. de 2021 · 17 dic 2021 - 02:57CET. Además de ganar dos grandes y de celebrar 25 títulos, de alcanzar el número y de conquistar el trofeo maestro, Amélie Mauresmo (Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Francia; 42 años)...

  5. 9 de dic. de 2021 · The former world No.1 and French tennis legend talks about her pride, honour and ambition for the tournament. She shares her vision for the sporting, media, environmental and social aspects of the event.

  6. 22 de feb. de 2019 · Amélie Mauresmo is a former world number one tennis player from France who retired in 2009. See her career highlights, statistics, and rankings on the official WTA website.

  7. Learn about the career and achievements of Amélie Mauresmo, the first Frenchwoman to reach World No. 1 and win two Grand Slam titles. She also coached several top players, became a Fed Cup captain, and is now the Roland-Garros tournament director.