Martina Navratilova net worth: Martina Navratilova is an American and Czech retired professional tennis player and coach who has a net worth of $15 million. Martina Subertova was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia in October 1956. When she was 15 Martina won the Czechoslovakia national tennis championship and turned pro in 1975. She was stripped of her Czechoslovakian citizenship and became a United States citizen in 1981. She later had her Czechoslovakian citizenship restored and is a dual citizen. Billie Jean King called Navratilova the great player who's ever lived. She was selected by Tennis magazine in 2005 as the greatest female tennis player from 1965-2005. Bud Collins also said that she is "arguably, the greatest tennis player of all time". She was ranked #1 singles player in the world for 332 weeks, and #1 doubles player for 237 weeks. She finished seven different years with the #1 ranking. To her credit are 18 Grand Slam singles titles, as well as 31 doubles titles and 10 mixed doubles titles. She holds the open era records for most doubles (177) and singles (167) titles. Partnering with Pam Shriver she won the Grand Slam of all four major titles in 1984 and won 109 consecutive matches together. Martina came out as a lesbian in 1981 and has been involved with Nancy Lieberman, Rita Mae Brown, and Judy Nelson.
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Date of Birth
Oct 18, 1956 (59 years old)
United States of America
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
144 lbs (65.5 kg)
Martina Navrátilová, Martina Šubertová
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