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Angelique Kerber was just three years old when she started playing tennis. She turned professional in 2003 and won her first ITF title the following year. Since then, this star of the German game has grown in stature, climbing into the world top 10 in May 2012. Her first WTA success was in the 2012 Open GDF Suez where she triumphed in a thrilling final.

Her Grand Slam debut came in the 2007 Roland Garros and since has continued to exhibit great performance at major tournaments. She won her very first Grand Slam title at the 2016 Australian Open where she upset Serena Williams in the final match. She grasped her second title in the same year at the US Open resulting her to be World No. 1.


  • 2019  BNP Paribas Open Finalist
  • 2018  Wimbledon Champion
  • 2018  Australian Open Semifinalist
  • 2018  Roland Garros Quarterfinalist
  • 2018  Sydney International Champion
  • 2016  Australian Open Champion
  • 2016  US Open Champion
  • 2016  Wimbledon Finalist
  • 2016  BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore Finalist
  • 2016  Rio Olympics Games Silver Medalist
  • 2016  Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Champion
  • 2015  Bank of the West Classic Champion
  • 2014  Wimbledon Quarterfinalist
  • 2013  BNP Paribas Open Semifinalist
  • 2012  Wimbledon Semifinalist
  • 2012  Roland Garros Quarterfinalist
  • 2011  US Open Semifinalist