Amélie Mauresmo, 30, is France's most successful professional female tennis player. She has won more than 25 singles tournaments, including two Grand Slams in 2006- the Australian Open and Wimbledon. Mauresmo decided that she wanted to play tennis at the tender age of four, after watching Yannick Noah win the men's singles title at the 1983 French Open. Mauresmo recently spoke to freelance writer Diana Macle about her favorite wines and her passion for collecting.
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