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Gallery III


Martina Regina (1982-86)




French Open 1982: Martina extends her domination to clay as she
takes her first French Open title, 7-6 6-2 over Andrea Jaeger.
Photo, courtesy of "The Guiness Book of Tennis Facts and Feats" by Lance Tingay



Wimbledon 1982: Martina together with coach Renee Richards, after yet
another victory. Nancy Lieberman, Martina's trainer, is in the background.
Photo, courtesy of "The Guiness Book of Tennis Facts and Feats" by Lance Tingay



Wimbledon 1982: Martina and Chris Evert meet at the net,
following Martina's thrilling 6-1 3-6 6-2 victory in the final.
Photo, courtesy of "Ladies of the Court: A Century of Women
at Wimbledon" by Virginia Wade and Jean Rafferty




Wimbledon 1982: With the winners plate, after winning her third
Wimbledon singles title. It felt good to win again after a two year gap.
Photo, courtesy of "Ladies of the Court: A Century of Women
at Wimbledon" by Virginia Wade and Jean Rafferty




Wimbledon 1982: The indomitable team of Navrátilová and Shriver, arguably the
greatest doubles pair in history, celebrate their successful defense of their Wimbledon title.
Photo, courtesy of "We Have Come a Long Way: The Story of Womens Tennis"
by Billie Jean King and Cynthia Starr




Wimbledon 1983: The Navrátilová express continues on her unmatched path to greatness,
dazzling the crowds and the opponents. Nothing could stop her, not even a falling skirt!
Photo, courtesy of "Ladies of the Court: A Century of Women
at Wimbledon" by Virginia Wade and Jean Rafferty




Wimbledon 1983: The sweet taste of success. Martina gets Wimbledon
crown no. 4 with a 6-0 6-3 rout of Andrea Jaeger.
Photo, courtesy of "Ladies of the Court: A Century of Women
at Wimbledon" by Virginia Wade and Jean Rafferty




French Open 1984: Martina becomes the fifth person in history to win the Grand Slam,
as she takes the French Open for her fourth consecutive Grand Slam singles title.
Photo, courtesy of "Encyclopedia Britannica"



French Open 1984: Martina continues her mastery over Evert-Lloyd on
clay, breezing to a 6-3 6-1 victory, for her second French Open title.
Photo, courtesy of "The New York Times"



Wimbledon 1984: When a conventional shot was not enough
to save a point, the great Martina invented a return.
Photo, courtesy of "We Have Come a Long Way: The Story of
Womens Tennis" by Billie Jean King and Cynthia Starr




Wimbledon 1984: Martina awaits to receive Evert-Lloyd's
serve in the final. Martina won 7-6 6-2.
Photo, courtesy of "Rick Elstein's Tennis Kinetics with
Martina Navratilova" by Rick Elstein and Mary Carillo




Wimbledon 1984: The champion for the third straight year. Martina was well on her way to
winning 74 straight singles matches, a record that has not been matched to this day.
Photo, courtesy of "Rick Elstein's Tennis Kinetics with
Martina Navratilova" by Rick Elstein and Mary Carillo




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