In a career that spanned 17 years, from 1993 to 2010, Davenport won the 1996 Olympic Gold Medal and earned 55 singles and 38 doubles championships. Davenport’s singles success came in a tight three-year span, when she won the 1998 US Open, the 1999 Wimbledon Ladies Singles Championship, and the 2000 Australian Open – all impressively in straight sets. On February 22, 2006, she became just the eighth female player in Women’s Tennis Association history to win 700 matches She finished her career 753-194 in singles and 387-116 in doubles.
Davenport has extended her career in tennis post-retirement, working as a coach and currently as a broadcaster for Tennis Channel. In 2023, Lindsay Davenport was named as the next captain of the U.S. Billie Jean King Cup team.