Debbie Graham Net Worth
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$57’000’000. *This information was provided by Benito, 55 years old. From Alberton, Montana
$46’000’000. *This information was provided by Wright Edsall, 40 years old. From Wallace, South Dakota
$5’000’000. *This information was provided by Ericha Muzio, 31 years old. Job: (Cell-Feed-Department Supervisor). From Hanover, Maryland
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1,66m.**This information was provided by Bar, 29 years old. Job: (Bagging Salvager). From Ruskin, Florida.
1,72m.***This information was provided by Frances Spink, 34 years old. From Clint, Texas.
How big is Debbie Graham weight?
64kg.**This information was provided by Dolores, 40 years old. Job: (Chief Clerk, Print Shop). From Pluckemin, New Jersey.
85kg.***This information was provided by Claybourne, 37 years old. Job: (Composer). From Knob Noster, Missouri.
Debbie Graham information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1970-08-25
Debbie Graham or Debbie Graham Shaffer (born August 25, 1970) is a retired womens tennis player from the United States. She was awarded the WTA award for the Most Impressive Newcomer in 1992. She formerly was one of the High Performance Coaches for women with the USTA at the USTA Training Center in Carson, CA. Currently she is the Director of Little Aces Tennis, where she is teaching young kids to play tennis with low compression balls, smaller rackets, and smaller nets.She played college tennis for Stanford University. She was inducted into the Stanford Hall of Fame in 1997 for winning NCAAA singles her sophomore year and only losing one match on an undefeated team.