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Martina Navratilova

AKA Martina Subertova

Born: 18-Oct-1956
Birthplace: Prague, Czechoslovakia

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Lesbian
Occupation: Tennis
Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Nine-time Wimbledon winner

Father: Miroslav Navrátil (stepfather, "Mirek")
Mother: Jana Navrátilová
Girlfriend: Rita Mae Brown (novelist)
Girlfriend: Judy Hill Nelson (author, together 1984-91)
Girlfriend: Hunter Reno
Girlfriend: Sandra Haynie (golfer, cohabited)

    Winner, French Open (mixed doubles) 1974
    Winner, French Open (women's doubles) 1975
    Winner, Wimbledon (women's doubles) 1976
    Winner, US Open (women's doubles) 1977
    Winner, US Open (women's doubles) 1978
    Winner, Wimbledon (women's singles) 1978
    Winner, Wimbledon (women's singles) 1979
    Winner, Wimbledon (women's doubles) 1979
    Winner, Australian Open (women's doubles) 1980
    Winner, US Open (women's doubles) 1980
    Winner, Australian Open (women's singles) 1981
    Winner, Wimbledon (women's doubles) 1981
    Winner, Australian Open (women's doubles) 1982
    Winner, French Open (women's singles) 1982
    Winner, French Open (women's doubles) 1982
    Winner, Wimbledon (women's singles) 1982
    Winner, Wimbledon (women's doubles) 1982
    Winner, Australian Open (women's singles) 1983
    Winner, Australian Open (women's doubles) 1983
    Winner, US Open (women's singles) 1983
    Winner, US Open (women's doubles) 1983
    Winner, Wimbledon (women's singles) 1983
    Winner, Wimbledon (women's doubles) 1983
    Winner, Australian Open (women's doubles) 1984
    Winner, French Open (women's singles) 1984
    Winner, French Open (women's doubles) 1984
    Winner, US Open (women's singles) 1984
    Winner, US Open (women's doubles) 1984
    Winner, Wimbledon (women's singles) 1984
    Winner, Wimbledon (women's doubles) 1984
    Winner, Australian Open (women's singles) 1985
    Winner, Australian Open (women's doubles) 1985
    Winner, French Open (women's doubles) 1985
    Winner, French Open (mixed doubles) 1985
    Winner, US Open (mixed doubles) 1985
    Winner, Wimbledon (women's singles) 1985
    Winner, Wimbledon (mixed doubles) 1985
    Winner, French Open (women's doubles) 1986
    Winner, US Open (women's singles) 1986
    Winner, US Open (women's doubles) 1986
    Winner, Wimbledon (women's singles) 1986
    Winner, Wimbledon (women's doubles) 1986
    Winner, Australian Open (women's doubles) 1987
    Winner, French Open (women's doubles) 1987
    Winner, US Open (women's singles) 1987
    Winner, US Open (women's doubles) 1987
    Winner, US Open (mixed doubles) 1987
    Winner, Wimbledon (women's singles) 1987
    Winner, Australian Open (women's doubles) 1988
    Winner, French Open (women's doubles) 1988
    Winner, Australian Open (women's doubles) 1989
    Winner, US Open (women's doubles) 1989
    Winner, US Open (women's doubles) 1990
    Winner, Wimbledon (women's singles) 1990
    Winner, Wimbledon (mixed doubles) 1993
    Winner, Wimbledon (mixed doubles) 1995
    Winner, Australian Open (mixed doubles) 2003
    Winner, Wimbledon (mixed doubles) 2003
    Winner, US Open (mixed doubles) 2006
    Associated Press Athlete of the Year (female) 1983
    Associated Press Athlete of the Year (female) 1986
    International Tennis Hall of Fame 2000
    Endorsement of Mercantile Bankshares 1979
    Caribou Club
    EMILY's List
    Hillary Clinton for President
    Obama for America
    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
    Planned Parenthood
    Defected 1975
    Naturalized US Citizen 21-Jul-1981
    Risk Factors: Vegetarian, Breast Cancer

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