Monica appeared in a print ad for the "Got Milk" campaign.
Monica pulled out of the 1990 Wimbledon tournament because of shin splints.
Monica's favorite singer is Madonna.
Her older brother's name is Zoltan.
Her mother's name is Esther.
Monica is 5 feet, 9 1/2 inches tall.
Monica currently resides in Sarasota, Florida.
Monica serves left-handed.
Monica is considered the first of the modern day power players in women's tennis.
Monica was ranked as the 13th greatest tennis player of all-time (male or female) by Tennis magazine.
In December 2005, Monica announced she would try to return to playing competitive tennis in 2006.
A foot injury sustaine in 2003 has sidelined Monica from competitive tennis playing the past few years.
Seles has won a total of 53 career tournament titles.
Monica's father and long-time coach, Karolj Seles, passed away from cancer in 1998.
Monica's last Grand Slam title was the Australian Open in 1996.
Monica became a United States citizen on May 17, 1994.
On April 30, 1993, Monica was stabbed between the shoulder blades with a steak knife by Gunther Parche, a mentally unbalanced fan of rival tennis star Steffi Graff.
In her first four years on the women's pro tennis tour, Monica compiled a record of 231 wins and 25 losses for a winning percentage of 90.2 %
From January 1991 to February 1993, Monica won 22 titles and reached the finals 33 times in 34 tournaments in which she played.
Monica became the number one ranked female tennis player in the world for the first time in March of 1991.
Monica's on-court trademark was her loud grunts when she made contact with the ball.
Monica won her first professional tennis tournament in 1989.
Monica won her first tennis tournament at the age of 9.
Monica began playing tennis at the age of 6. She was coached by her father.
Despite being born in Yugoslavia, Monica is an ethnic Hungarian.
In 1990, Monica became the youngest ever French Open champion.