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Gabriela Sabatini

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Christensen, Karen, et al, eds. International Encyclopedia of Women and Sports. New York: Macmillan Reference USA, 2001.

Johnson, Anne Janette. Great Women in Sports. Detroit: Visible Ink Press, 1996.

Layden, Joe. Women in Sports. General Publishing Group, 1997.


Arias, Ron. "Look out, Chris & Martina—Gabriela is Gunning for You." People (September 7, 1987): 127.

Finn, Robin. "Critics' Carping Follows Sabatini." New York Times (November 12, 1989): section 8, p. 11.

Finn, Robin. "Sabatini Shifts Gears and Learns to Enjoy the Ride." New York Times (April 13, 1992): C3.

Finn, Robin. "Shedding a Demon, Sabatini Flourishes." New York Times (November 15, 1990): D23.

Finn, Robin. "Unhappy Anniversary for Stumbling Sabatini." New York Times (May 5, 1994): B23.

Frey, Jennifer. "She's Long on Talent, Short on the Serve." New York Times (September 7, 1994): B17.

"Goodbye, Gaby! Farewell With Few Regrets." The Advertiser (October 26, 1996): 58.

Honeyball, Lee. "Don't Cry for Me." Sunday Herald Sun (April 7, 2002): Z14.

Honeyball, Lee. "Whatever Happened To? Gabriela Sabatini." The Observer (February 3, 2002): 22.

Jenkins, Sally. "A New World Order." Sports Illustrated (March 18, 1991): 66.

Jenkins, Sally. "Gabriela Sabatini." Sports Illustrated (June 6, 1994): 60.

Kervin, Alison. "Model Competitor Setting Example by Continuing to Court Success." The Times (July 2, 2002): 36.

Newman, Bruce. "Talk About Net Gains." Sports Illustrated (May 2, 1988): 52.

Penner, Degen. "Egos & Ids; Tennis, Music and Perfume on Her Mind." New York Times (November 14, 1993): section 9, p. 4.

Picker, Al. "Game, Set, Match: Sabatini Bows Out." Star-Ledger (October 23, 1996): 59.

Roberts, John. "Sweet Smell of Success Off Court for Sabatini the Underachiever." The Independent (January 7, 2002): 7.

"Tennis player Gabriela Sabatini." Christian Science Monitor (August 31, 2000): 19.

Wolff, Alexander. "Upset Time." Sports Illustrated (September 17, 1990): 22.

Young, Josh. "When the Competitive Fire Finally Went, So Went Sabatini." Washington Times (October 30, 1996): 5.

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