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What: "SportsCentury: Steffi Graf."
Where: ESPN Classic, today, 5.
No question Steffi Graf was one of the best tennis players in history. She won 107 singles titles, 22 Grand Slam titles, and spent a record 377 weeks -- a little more than seven years -- ranked No. 1. She won a Grand Slam and an Olympic gold medal in 1988.
But a lot about Graf remains unknown because she has always been such a private person. Rarely has she talked about her relationship with her father, Peter, who was sentenced to four years in prison in 1995 for tax evasion. Rarely has she talked about her relationship with her mother, Heidi. And rarely has she talked about her relationship with her husband, Andre Agassi.
But she did for this "SportsCentury" profile, which was expanded from a half hour to an hour and is airing on the opening day of Wimbledon.