Definition of Monica Seles
1. Noun. United States tennis player (born in Yugoslavia in 1973).
Lexicographical Neighbors of Monica Seles
Literary usage of Monica Seles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Germany for Germans: Xenophobia and Racist Violence in Germany by Maryellen Fullerton (1995)
"... it is useful to remember that the man who stabbed Monica Seles, the tennis champion, was given a suspended sentence. Similarly, the former weightlifting ..."
2. Inspector General Act Oversight: Hearings Before the Committee on Government edited by Stephen Horn (1999)
"You know, I feel like Monica Seles here with my back to the audience. Mr. LIGHT. That's right. Only the fact that Dwight is here makes me feel comfortable. ..."
3. Enhancing Capacities and Confronting Controversies in Criminal Justice edited by Linda N. Ruder (1994)
"... noticed that just a day or so ago this same issue arose in the sentencing of the German man who sank a knife into the back of tennis star Monica Seles. ..."
4. Monarchies: What are King and Queens For? by Tom Bentley, James Wilsdon (2002)
"... and Serena Williams, and Monica Seles are celebrities by reason of their artistic or sporting achievements. In the public realm they are recognised as ..."