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Netherlands' Esther Vergeer returns to Netherlands' Jiske Griffioen, not seen, during the women's single wheelchair tennis semi-final match at the 2012 Paralympics, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012, in London. Vergeer won the match. The 31-year-old Dutchwoman has been No. 1 in the wheelchair tennis rankings for more than 13 years. The numbers Vergeer has put up since 1996, when she made her first international appearance, are staggering. She has won 42 grand slam titles (21 singles, 21 doubles) and five Paralympic golds (three singles, two doubles). From 2004-06, she won 250 straight sets. In total, she has won 162 singles titles. (AP Photo/Raissa Ioussouf)

2012 Paralympics

Highlights from the 2012 Paralympics games in London.