Chanda Rubin

Chanda Rubin is a former American tennis player.

The daughter of a judge, she had two brothers, one of whom died aged just 38 in 2018.
After retiring, she earned her BA in Economics from Harvard, summa cum laude. In 2015 she got married: a daughter was born from the marriage.

In 1996 she reached the semifinals of the 1996 Australian Open-Women's Singles losing to Monica Seles who would later win the title. In the same competition she won the women's doubles teaming with Arantxa Sánchez by defeating Lindsay Davenport and Mary Joe Fernández in the final with a score of 7–5, 2–6, 6–4. She went on to be world number 6 in singles on April 8, 1996 and number nine in doubles on April 15, 1996.

In the 1995 French Open-Women's Singles and the 2000 French Open-Women's Singles she reached the quarterfinals both times, the first time she lost to Arantxa Sánchez Vicario, the second time to Martina Hingis. In 1999 she reached the final at the 1999 US Open in her Women's Doubles where she partnered with Sandrine Testud she lost to Serena Williams and Venus Williams.

Among the many titles she won in these years the Bell Challenge in 2000 where she defeated Jennifer Capriati 6–4, 6–2 and the East West Bank Classic in 2002 where she defeated Lindsay Davenport with 5-7, 7-6 (5) , 6-3. In 2003 she again made it to the quarterfinals at the 2003 French Open-Women's Singles losing to Justine Henin who would go on to win the competition.

In 2004 she participated in the Athens Olympics, where she was eliminated in the third round.

Overall she has won 17 WTA titles: 7 in singles and 10 in doubles.