Brenda Schultz-McCarthy’s career high was World #9 in Singles; #7 in Doubles. In 1995, she reached the quarterfinals at Wimbledon and the US Open. She retired from tennis in 1999 with injuries, then came out of retirement in 2005, playing Fed Cup and WTA tournaments in 2006. In July of that year, Brenda claimed her place in WTA history, recording a World Record 130 mph serve in the first round of the Western & Southern Financial Group Women’s Open qualifying tournament, held in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Brenda Schultz-McCarthy’s Strengths:
Serving for Power; Consistency; Volleys.