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The match was played over two days with Navratilova finally winning after saving three match points 6–1, 6–7, 7–6.
Graf then won three consecutive indoor titles at Tokyo, Zürich, and Brighton, before once again contending with Navratilova at the season-ending Virginia Slims Championships in New York City. Graf's Grand Slam tournament breakthrough came in 1987.
She started the year strongly, with six tournament victories heading into the French Open, the highlight being at the tournament in Miami, where she defeated Martina Navratilova in a semifinal and Chris Evert in the final and conceded only 20 games in the seven rounds of the tournament.
In the French Open final, Graf defeated Navratilova, who was the World No.
Graf played in her first professional tournament in October 1982 at Stuttgart, Germany. In August as a 15-year-old (and youngest entrant) representing West Germany, she won the tennis demonstration event at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.
She lost her first round match 6–4, 6–0 to Tracy Austin, a two-time US Open champion and former World No. (Twelve years later, Graf defeated Austin 6–0, 6–0 during a second round match at the Evert Cup in Indian Wells, California, which was their second and last match against each other.) At the start of her first full professional year in 1983, Graf was 13 years old and ranked World No. She won no titles during the next three years, but her ranking climbed steadily to World No. No medals were awarded as this was not an official Olympic event.
On 13 April 1986, Graf won her first WTA tournament and beat Evert for the first time in the final of the Family Circle Cup in Hilton Head, South Carolina.
She reached a total of 31 Grand Slam singles finals.
When she was nine years old her family moved to the neighbouring town of Brühl. She began practicing on a court at the age of four and played in her first tournament at five.
She soon began winning junior tournaments with regularity, and in 1982 she won the European Championships 12s and 18s. In 1984, she first gained international attention when she almost upset the tenth seed, Jo Durie of the United Kingdom, in a fourth round Centre Court match at Wimbledon.
In 1999 Billie Jean King said "Steffi is definitely the greatest women's tennis player of all time". 1 men's tennis player Andre Agassi in October 2001. Graf was inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame in 2004.
Graf retired in 1999 while she was ranked World No. Stefanie Graf was born on 14 June 1969, in Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg, West Germany, to Heidi Schalk and Peter Graf (18 June 1938 − 30 November 2013), a car and insurance salesman.