Born 28 May 1964 in Middleton, Ohio
Married Steve Bellamy
Height: 5' 7"
Played: Righthanded with a two-handed backhand
Primarily a baseliner, she had a penchant for sneaking in to hit swing volleys. Coached by Lea Antonopolis
Herr turned pro in 1983 after a winning the AIAW in college tennis for USC. Earlier in the year she gave Billie Jean King quite a tussle in the 1st round at Wimbledom, losing 8-6 in the 3rd. King went on to the semis.
Beat Hana Mandlikova at Zurich in 1984
Herr won Phoenix and was a finalist at Tulsa in 1986.
Her husband Steve Bellamy founded the Tennis Channel.
Career record 71–92
Highest ranking #31 (15 August 1983)
Career record 102–82
Highest ranking #26 (10 October 1988)
Grand Slam Doubles results
US Open QF (1982)
Grand Slam Mixed Doubles results
French Open SF (1986)
Wimbledon QF (1988)
WTA Year-End Rankings
1981: #101 (Semis Nashville)
1982: #44 (still competing in junior events and some tour events)
1983: #44 (QF Eastbourne, Deerfield Beach)
1984: #39 (RU Tokyo and Pennsylvania)
1985: #85 (17-23 record)
1986: #52 (23-16 record)
1987: #125 (ranking drop due to a foot injury)
1988: #97 (Won 3 doubles titles: Cincy, Provence and New Orleans)
1987 World of Tennis. (p. 302)
1987 World of Tennis. (p. 297)
[Thanks to Rollo for this information]