Initial Puerto Rican tennis participant to try out in the main tournaments as well as the initial to win an Olympic precious metal medal. She changed professional at age group 19, after producing the All-American group in her freshman calendar year at Clemson. After retiring from golf, she produced a Dvd movie series known as ‘Baby Runs Pro,’ assisting young children to understand the fundamentals of sports activities. Her cousin also attained great achievement as the well-known Puerto Rican professional/movie director Jose Ferrer. Like Patrick Rafter, she was inducted in to the International Golf Hall of Popularity.
|1||Cousin to José Ferrer.|
|2||First cousin once removed to Miguel Ferrer, Gabriel Ferrer, Rafael Ferrer, Maria Ferrer Murdock and Monsita Ferrer.|
|New York Undercover||1996||TV Series||Monica Delgado|
|Baby Goes Pro||2010||Video|
|Baby Goes Pro||2010||Video executive producer|
|Puerto Rican Voices||2016||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Tennis Channel Academy||2010||TV Series||Herself|
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