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By Nick Georgandis

December 3 - Former American double star Kathy Jordan turns 53. Jordan won the career Grand Slam in women's doubles, totalling seven total Grand Slams (five in women's doubles, two in mixed doubles) between 1980 and 1986. She won the Wimbledon doubles titles twice (1980 and 1985), Roland Garros in 1980 and the Australian and US Opens in 1981. In mixed doubels, she won both the French Open and Wimbledon in 1986. She won only one singles title in her career, but reached No. 5 in the world in 1984, reaching the Australian Open final in 1983 and the WImbledon semifinals in 1984.
December 4 -  Former top five German player Anke Huber turns 38. Huber reached No. 4 in the world in October of 1996 and won 12 singles titles in her career. She had the most Grand Slam success at the Australian Open, reaching the finals in 1996 and the semifinals in 1998. She also reached the French Open semifinals in 1993 and finished in the Top 10 three times, and the Top 20 10 times.
December 6 - Richard Krajicek, the only Dutch player to win Wimbledon, turns 41. Krajicek won the All England Club slam in 1996, defeating Pete Sampras in the quarterfinals, which turned out to be the American's only loss at Wimbledon over an eight-year span. Krajicek won 17 career titles and reached No. 4 in the world, also reaching the Australian Open and French Open semifinals. He is married to former James Bond actress Daphne Deckers.