During her prolific career, Mary won 29 titles - 18 singles - 10 doubles – 1 mixed doubles and was ranked #3 in the world.
Mary is the last French tennis player to have won the French Open in 2000 and has been a finalist twice in 1994 and 2005.
She also won the Australian Open in 1995, was finalist in 1997 and reached the final of the US Open in 2005.
Mary won two Fed Cups in 1997 and 2003 and reached twice the final of the Masters in 1997 and 2005. She also grabbed the doubles at the French Open in 2000 and the mixed doubles at Wimbledon in 2005.
In 2015, she was appointed board member of the ITF. Mary became a coach and was named vice-captain of the French Fed Cup team in 2016.
She also works as a TV consultant for France Televisions and Eurosport. In 2006, Mary became a recipient of the Inspiration Award for her career in Charleston, USA and in 2008, of Ordre National du Mérite in France.
She has been inducted to the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport on July 20th, 2019.
Birthplace : Montréal, Canada
DoB : January 15th, 1975
2 Grand Slam singles titles: 1995 Australian Open, 2000 French Open
2 Grand Slam doubles titles: 1995 French Open women’s doubles, 2005 Wimbledon mixed doubles
ATP Tour: 18 singles titles, 10 doubles titles, 1 mixed doubles title
Two-time Fed Cup Winner with the French Team 1997 / 2003