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1 -- Olympic gold medals won by Jennifer Capriati. She defeated Steffi Graf in the final of the 1992 Barcelona Games. Jennifer Capriati
Capriati's victory at the Australian Open was her first Grand Slam championship.
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2 -- Grand Slams titles won by Capriati in 2001.
3 -- Overall singles titles won by Capriati in 2001. She won the Australian Open in January, the Family Circle Cup in April and the French Open in June. She was a finalist in four other tournaments.
5 -- Women who have won the Australian Open and French Open in the same year (Maureen Connolly in 1953, Margaret Smith Court in 1962, 1964, 1969, 1970 and 1973; Steffi Graf in 1988; Monica Seles in 1991 and 1992; and Capriati in 2001).
6 -- Capriati's highest singles ranking prior to 2001, attained four times, the last in April 1993. She is ranked No. 2 as of Sept. 30.
9 -- Women in professional era, including Capriati, to defeat the top two seeds en route to a Grand Slam title (2001 Australian Open -- defeated Martina Hingis and Lindsay Davenport).
11 -- The Open era record for most years between semifinal appearances at the French Open, set by Capriati in 2001.
12 -- Capriati's seed in the 2001 Australian Open. By winning the tournament, she became the lowest-seeded player to win a Grand Slam title in the professional era.
14 -- Age at which she became the youngest semifinalist in Grand Slam history when she reached the final four of the 1990 French Open.
18 -- Women who have won consecutive Grand Slams singles titles in a calendar year, including Capriati.
22 -- Record for games played in one set of a French Openís women final, recorded when Capriati defeated Kim Clijsters 12-10 in the third set this year.
52 -- Matches won by Capriati this year.
75 -- Capriati's doubles ranking, achieved by playing eight tournaments.
101 -- Her singles ranking at the end of 1998.
1986 -- The last time, before Capriati's 2001 victory, that a U.S. woman won the French Open (Chris Evert).
$2,073,024 -- Capriati's tour winnings in 2001.

All stats through Sept. 30

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