Pam Shriver

Pam Shriver, born in Baltimore on July 4, 1962, won 21 WTA singles titles in her career, reaching the final at the 1978 US Open and reaching No. 3 in the world rankings. She also won the Fed Cup twice with the United States in 1986 and 1989.

Extraordinary doubles player, she formed, together with Martina Navratilova, one of the strongest doubles pairs in the history of women's tennis, winning a total of 111 WTA titles including 21 Grand Slam tournaments, also completing the Grand Slam in 1984, 10 Masters of end of the year and the gold medal at the Seoul Olympics together with compatriot Zina Garrison, plus the 1987 Roland Garros won together with Emilio Sánchez in mixed doubles.

In 2002 she was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. At the beginning of 2023 she became super coach in the Croatian tennis player Donna Vekic's team.

Overall in her career she has won twenty-one tournaments as a singles player, reaching up to third position in the world, one hundred and eleven in doubles and one in mixed doubles.

In 2002 she married Australian actor George Lazenby. They had three children, George, and twins Caitlin Elizabeth and Samuel Robert. In 2011 they divorced. You support the Republican party.