Chat with Monica Seles

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Seles won 53 career titles.
Welcome to The Show! On Wednesday, former professional tennis player Monica Seles will stop by to chat about her career as well as her new book.

Seles, now 35, turned pro at 16 in 1989. Within two years, she had won four Grand Slam titles -- two French Opens, U.S. Open and Australian Open -- and had reached No. 1 in the world. In total, she won nine Grand Slams, with Wimbledon being the only major event that she didn't win. Her accomplishments on the court, to go along with her nearly $15 million in prize money, earned her a spot in the International Tennis Hall of Fame last year.

Her new book "Getting a Grip" came out Tuesday. The book chronicles her battles with eating disorders following the attack on her during a match with Steffi Graf. She went from being the No. 1 player and dominating the tennis world to dealing with depression.

Send your questions now and join Seles on Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET!

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