She was the world’s no. 1 women’s player for 178 weeks overall and a winner of nine Grand Slam singles titles.
“I would like to thank all my tennis fans who were there from Day One when I was No. 1, through my stabbing, and my comeback,” Seles said.The attack shocked the sports world. Seated during a changeover at a match in Hamburg, Germany, Seles was stabbed between the shoulder blades by a crazy Steffi Graf fan.
During the ceremony, Seles, playfully, gave one more grunt "for old, good time sakes".
(Via AP; Image via Yahoo! Sports)