Lele Forood


Lele Forood Brief Biography

Lele Forood (born 10 September 1956) is the Peter and Helen Bing Director of Women's Tennis at Stanford University. She has been the head coach there since 2001, and has won seven NCAA Championships. Prior to that, she was a top amateur and college tennis player. As a professional, she is best known for reaching the doubles semifinals at the 1976 US Open, and at the 1978 US Open, upsetting reigning Wimbledon champion Virginia Wade. Forood reached a high ranking in singles of No. 30.

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