Majoli

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1993 French Open – Women's Singles - Draw - Top Half - Section 1
6 6 K Piccolini 64 ... S Wasserman 3 ... S Wasserman 1 ... S Graf 77 ... I Majoli 6 ... I Majoli 63 ... Q S Dopfer 4 ... I Majoli 6 ... F Perfetti 3 ... L Allen 1 ... L Allen 6 ... I Majoli 77 ... L ...
2001 Australian Open – Women's Singles - Draw - Top Half - Section 3
2 3 ... A Smashnova 3 ... K Habšudová 2 ... K Brandi 67 ... I Majoli 6 ... I Majoli 79 ... I Majoli 2 ... N Pratt 13 ... A Mauresmo 6 ... Q M Palaveršić 2 ... N Pratt 5 ... A Sugiyama 13 ... A Mauresmo 13 ... A Mauresmo 6. ...
1997 Wimbledon Championships – Women's Singles - Draw - Top Half - Section 3
... Round Third Round Fourth Round 4 I Majoli 6 ... M Díaz-Oliva 4 ... I Majoli 6 ... M Maruska 6 ... M Maruska 3 ... A Gerši 4 ... I Majoli 6 ... Q K Cross 6 ... Q K Cross 4 ... L Wild 2 ... Q K Cross 6 ... F ...
Iva Majoli - Career
... Majoli was born in Zagreb, SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia and turned professional in 1991 at the age of 14 ... At age 19, Majoli won the 1997 French Open singles title, defeating Martina Hingis in straight sets 6-4, 6-2 ... Majoli, however, played aggressively from the baseline and ended Hingis's 37-match winning streak and handed Hingis her first sound defeat in a final of a grand slam ...
Iva Majoli
... Iva Majoli Marić (Iva Majoli) (born August 12, 1977) is a former professional tennis player from Croatia ... Majoli also won eight singles titles and one women's doubles title during her career ...