Popular Tennis Player Mima Jaušovec
Born on the 20th of July, 1956 in the city of Maribor, Slovenia, Mima Jausovec is considered to be among the best tennis players n the women’s category. The Yugoslavian tennis player attained her career best ranking of being World’s No 6 in the year 1982 along with the career best doubles by attaining a ranking of No. 211 in the year 1986.Her professional career started in the year 1973 and lasted for fifteen years which ended in 1988.
Her first mark in the tennis world came forefront when she successfully achieved the title of Grand Slam at the French Open tournament in the year 1977. In 1983, the same title was won by Mima Jausovec. Additionally, she also won the doubles title in the year 1978 in French Open with her partner Virginia Ruzuni. In the same year, they two players were the runners-up in the Wimbledon Championship that was won against Wendy Turnbill and Kerry Reid. Jausovec consecutively qualified for the Wimbledon finals however; she did not always win the title. In the French Open held in 1978, Jausovec achieved second position against Virginia Ruzuni. She also managed to reach the final match of the French open tournament in the year 1983 but was defeated by Chris Evert. Her career lasted for about 15 years but, her track of winning titles was quite remarkable. After seeking retirement in 1988, she served herself as the coach of the Slovenian Female Tennis Team. She also tried to enter the world of politics however; her success is still associated with tennis.