I was born in 1959 in Wiesbaden. My family moved to Queens, New York where I first became interested in my chosen career.
At an very early age I exhibited unusually developed eye-hand co-ordination and athletic ability. I graduated from high school
in 1977 and was given an opportunity to play my chosen sport in Europe. That autumn, I attended Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, on a scholarship. I led the school team to the Championship in 1978. After my freshman year I decided to turn pro.
After decisive victories in 1979, my playing style matured. It was an interesting contrast to the machine-gun like attacks of other
professionals at the time. I used finesse to keep my opponents off guard. My serve did not overpower, but I had extremely quick reflexes and an uncanny court sense, I seemed to know instinctively where to place my shots.
In 1986, I took a sabbatical, married a famous actress, my girlfriend of two years and retreated to my California home. Unlike
many top players, my sport was not the end-all-be-all for me. I have always enjoyed a wide range of activities. I am an avid rock
fan and guitar player, I occasionally play at charity events. My interest in art led me to open my Art Gallery in New York City
which features up-and-coming young artists. Who am I?
LAST MONTHS WINNER WAS: Michael Thompson from Nueva Andalucia
The most complete answer: Eartha Kitt