Sandrine Testud Net Worth $1 Million
Sandrine Testud born 3 April 1972 is a former professional tennis player from France. She won a total of three singles and four doubles titles on the WTA Tour. Her biggest singles tournament victory was at the 1998 Tier-II tournament in Filderstadt, Germany, where she defeated world No. 2, Lindsay Davenport, in the final. She was the runner-up in singles and doubles WTA tournaments on seven occasions each. Her third career-title victory that came in Hawaii over Justine Henin happened in a final that was delayed for a day due to the terrorist attacks on the U.S. on September 11, 2001. Her last WTA Tour singles final was in Dubai where she lost to Amélie Mauresmo in what was the fourth all-French final in WTA Tour history. She has gone beyond the fourth round of a Grand Slam tournament on two occasions: she reached the quarterfinals at the 1997 US Open and the 1998 Australian Open. Testud played in the season-ending Tour Championships for five consecutive years from 1997 to 2001; reaching the singles semifinal and doubles quarterfinal in her last appearance in 2001.