1999 - Won second, third and fourth pro events of career (unranked in the second and third), all ITF events; the first two were in Shenzhen (CHN), defeating Yang-Jin Chung in both finals (also swept doubles titles at both events); the next event came two months later, in Westend (BEL), defeating Daphne Van de Zande for the title; won seven straight doubles titles on the ITF Circuit, beginning with the first event of her career in June and ending in September; enjoyed the same kind of domination again in 2000
2000 - Won 52 singles matches on the ITF Circuit, more than any other player; won 56 pro matches overall, including WTA Tour wins; tied for third among all players; debuted on WTA Tour at 2000 Tashkent, ranked No. 136 in singles, fell to Zaporozhanova 06 64 61 in 1r; ranked No. 293 in doubles, won doubles title with T. Li; first WTA Tour singles match win came at Shanghai; ranked No. 137, d. fellow countrywoman Jing-Qian Yi, when she was forced to retire at 76(6) 43; fell to Tanasugarn 75 61 in 2r; began year winning a title in January, ITF/Boca Raton-USA; two months later began a tear through four straight ITF tournaments, the first two in Nanjing (CHN), the next two in Shenyang (CHN) and Dahlian (CHN); then tore through two more back-to-back in May, ITF/Seoul-KOR and ITF/Ho Chi Minh-VIE to amass her sixth and seventh titles in a five-month span; in July won her eighth ITF title of 2000 at ITF/Civitanova-ITA
2002 - As a qualifier, ranked No. 308, won $75,000 ITF/Midland-USA, winning a total of eight matches, dropping only three sets, upsetting the top seed in qualifying, and d. five higher-ranked players en route to the title, her 13th ITF singles title; in a Fed Cup World Group playoff versus Russia, lost a singles match in China's loss
Now is a time to shed a tear. Gosh, makes me sad...