Even at a young age, Andrea Jaeger was making tennis headlines, becoming the top ranked player in the US in the 18-and-under age group. In total, she won 13 US national titles, including prestigious junior titles such as the 1979 Orange Bowl and the 1979 Boca Raton.
As the World No. 2 professional tennis player, an Andrea Jaeger appearance took place in the singles finals of the 1983 Wimbledon and the 1982 French Open. An Andrea Jaeger appearance also occurred in the singles semifinals of the 1982 Australian Open and the 1980 and 1982 US Opens. In 1982, Jaeger and Jimmy Arias won in the mixed doubles of the French Open.
At the age of 19, Jaeger had a major shoulder injury that forced her to end her career. Yet she saw this as an opportunity to dedicate her life to public service and charitable work. She went to college to earn a degree in theology. In September 2006, she became Sister Andrea, an Anglican Dominican nun.
**Andrea Jaeger Speaker**
You’ll be surprised that aside from her short but successful tennis career, there are many other Andrea Jaeger speaker topics, like the Silver Lining Foundation which she started with her close friend Heidi Bookout, as well as the Little Star Foundation. Another inspiring Andrea Jaeger speaker topic would be her spiritual awakening and her faith in God.
**Andrea Jaeger Appearance**
In April 2007, there was an Andrea Jaeger appearance, along with other former athletes, on the show Good Morning America to talk about their new charity, “Athletes for Hope,” which encourages fellow athletes to participate in philanthropic efforts.
**Andrea Jaeger Endorsement**
Jaeger donated her winnings in tennis to charity, including the millions she earned from all the Andrea Jaeger endorsement deals. Oprah Winfrey even described her as a superstar turned superhero.
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