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Sie bezwang im Finale Ana Ivanović mit und Durch ihre Erfolge am Ende der Saison konnte sich Kerber zum zweiten Mal nach für die WTA. Angelique Kerber scheitert schon zum Auftakt des WTA-Turniers in Rom. Gegen eine ungesetzte Tschechin hat die dreimalige Majorsiegerin. WTA Rankings Angie is world No. Angelique Kerber ist nach einem schwer enttäuschenden Auftritt wie im Vorjahr krachend in der ersten Runde der French​.

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WTA Rankings Angie is world No. Angelique Kerber ist nach einem schwer enttäuschenden Auftritt wie im Vorjahr krachend in der ersten Runde der French​. Get the latest Player Stats on Angelique Kerber including her videos, highlights, and more at the official Women's Tennis Association website. Angelique Kerber scheitert schon zum Auftakt des WTA-Turniers in Rom. Gegen eine ungesetzte Tschechin hat die dreimalige Majorsiegerin.

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Get the latest Player Stats on Angelique Kerber including her videos, highlights, and more at the official Women's Tennis Association website. Sie bezwang im Finale Ana Ivanović mit und Durch ihre Erfolge am Ende der Saison konnte sich Kerber zum zweiten Mal nach für die WTA. Bietet einen Überblick über Ansetzungen, Ergebnisse und Ranglisten der deutschen Tennisdamen auf der WTA-Tour. WTA Rankings Angie is world No. Angelique Kerber ist nach einem schwer enttäuschenden Auftritt wie im Vorjahr krachend in der ersten Runde der French​.
Kerber Wta Victoria Azarenka At DubaiKerber lost to Flavia Pennetta in the third Tipico Newsletter in three sets. Won 6—4, 4—6, 2—1 ret.

Lost 6—2, 6—7 4—7 , 4—6 at Eastbourne SF. Lost 5—7, 1—6 at Wuhan 3R. Won 6—4, 6—3 at Eastbourne QF. Lost 6—4, 4—6, 4—6 at Wimbledon 4R.

Won 6—3, 6—3 at Wimbledon F. Lost 5—7, 3—6 at Tokyo SF. Lost 4—6, 6—4, 1—6 at Monterrey SF. Lindsay Davenport. Lost 3—6, 3—6 at Quebec City 1R.

Justine Henin. Lost 4—6, 2—6 at 's-Hertogenbosch 1R. Vera Zvonareva. Won 7—5, 6—3 at Wimbledon 1R. Lost 4—6, 1—6 at Sydney QF.

Svetlana Kuznetsova. Lost 3—6, 6—3, 3—6 at Miami 3R. Lost 4—6, 4—6 at Cincinnati 3R. Elina Svitolina.

Lost 4—6, 4—6 at Rome QF. Sloane Stephens. Elena Dementieva. Lost 1—6, 2—6 at San Diego 2R. Kimiko Date. Won 7—5, 7—6 7—3 at Hobart 1R.

Caroline Garcia. Won 6—3, 7—6 7—5 at Mallorca QF. Won 1—6, 6—1, 6—3 at Doha 3R. Samantha Stosur. Lost 6—7 5—7 , 6—7 4—7 at Brisbane 1R. Lost 6—3, 3—6, 3—6 at US Open 3R.

Francesca Schiavone. Won 4—6, 6—0, 6—4 at Monterrey 1R. Kiki Bertens. Lost 3—6, 4—6 at Stuttgart QF. Lost 6—2, 6—7 2—7 , 4—6 at Mallorca SF. Lost 5—7, 4—6 at Athens QF.

Lost 4—6, 6—4, 1—6 at Miami 3R. Won 6—3, 6—3 at Wimbledon SF. Won 7—5, 6—3 at French Open 3R. Sara Errani. Won 6—4, 6—2 at Dubai 2R. Won 6—7 3—7 , 7—6 10—8 , 6—2 at Sydney 1R.

Eugenie Bouchard. Lost 3—6, 0—5 ret. Anna Chakvetadze. Won 5—7, 7—6 7—2 , 6—4 at French Open 1R. Won 7—6 7—4 , 6—1 at Beijing 2R.

Flavia Pennetta. Lost 2—6, 6—3, 1—6 at Dubai 3R. Won 6—4, 4—6, 2—1 ret. Roberta Vinci. Won 7—6 7—3 , 5—7, 6—3 at Paris F. Lost 6—3, 4—6, 4—6 at Marbella 1R.

Ekaterina Makarova. Won 3—6, 6—4, 6—2 at Indian Wells 2R. Aryna Sabalenka. Won 6—1, 4—6, 6—4 at Indian Wells 4R.

Won 6—2, 6—4 at Stuttgart 2R. Julia Görges. Won 6—4, 6—1 at Rome 3R. CoCo Vandeweghe. Lost 2—6, 3—6 at Australian Open.

Won 6—1, 6—3 at Fed Cup 1R. Maria Kirilenko. Won 6—4, 2—6, 6—2 at Monterrey SF. Kristina Mladenovic. Lost 5—7, 6—0, 4—6 at US Open 1R.

Daria Kasatkina. Lost 6—0, 2—6, 4—6 at Toronto 1R. Italian Open , Italy. WTA Finals , Turkey. Stanford Classic , United States. Fed Cup , Romania.

Summer Olympics , Brazil. Dubai Championships , United Arab Emirates. French Open , France. In the semifinals, she faced Muguruza for the fourth time that season and lost in straight sets.

Her next tournament was the China Open where she had a first round bye. Kerber then received a wildcard into the Hong Kong Open where she was the 2nd seed.

In Sydney , she withdrew with gastrointestinal illness after defeating Elina Svitolina in the opening round.

Kerber was the seventh seed at the Australian Open and defeated Misaki Doi in the first round, having been a match point down.

She then scored a triplet of straight-set wins over Alexandra Dulgheru , Brengle, and compatriot Annika Beck to reach her first quarterfinal in Melbourne, completing the sweep of quarterfinal appearances at all four Grand Slams in the process.

In the quarterfinals, she avenged her Brisbane loss by defeating two-time champion Victoria Azarenka in straight sets, her first win against the Belarusian, to advance to her third Grand Slam semifinal.

Kerber defeated Johanna Konta in straight sets to reach her maiden Grand Slam final where she defeated defending champion and then-world No.

Her next appearance was at the Fed Cup. She then withdrew from the Dubai Tennis Championships due to a right thigh injury. Kerber's next tournament was the Qatar Open.

She had a first round bye but lost to Zheng Saisai in straight sets. However, this lasted a week before Kerber was able to reclaim her ranking in Miami by advancing to the semifinals.

Her next event was the Volvo Car Open , where she was the top seed and defending champion. She reached the semifinals to face Sloane Stephens and she was forced to retire due to a viral illness.

Failing to defend her points, Kerber once again allowed Radwanska to surpass her as the world No. Next, she defeated Simona Halep, losing only four games, to earn her first victory over the Romanian in four career meetings.

Her two wins helped Germany to stay in the World Group next year by defeating Romania 4—1. Her next tournament was the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix , where she was the defending champion.

There she faced compatriot and qualifier Laura Siegemund , who had defeated three top-ten players en route to the final.

Kerber managed to defend her title, winning ten games in a row from 2—4 down in the first set to defeat Siegemund in straight sets and ensure her second title of the year.

Following opening-round losses in Madrid and Rome, Kerber also lost in the first round of the French Open to eventual semifinalist Kiki Bertens.

Prior to the Wimbledon Championships , Kerber played at the Birmingham Classic where she was the defending champion. In the semifinals, she defeated Venus Williams in straight sets to advance to her second major final, on 9 July, where she lost in straight sets to Serena Williams in a rematch of their Australian Open encounter.

After her Wimbledon campaign, Kerber played at the Swedish Open where she withdrew before her second round match due to an injury. She then lost to Simona Halep in a rematch of their Wimbledon quarterfinal.

Kerber was, therefore, unable to unseat Williams at No. In Wuhan, in her first tournament since claiming the world No. In her first two matches of the tournament, she defeated Katerina Siniakova and Barbora Strycova both in straight sets.

In the round of 16, she lost to Elina Svitolina. Her next tournament she played was the Prudential Hong Kong Tennis Open, there she defeated Maria Sakkari , in straight sets, and the American Louisa Chirico , in three sets, before losing in the quarterfinals to Australia's Daria Gavrilova in straight sets.

This withdrawal secured Kerber's spot at the summit of the WTA rankings for the rest of the year. This was Kerber's first time ending the year with the No.

At the start of the season, Kerber competed in the Brisbane International as the top seed. After receiving a first round bye, Kerber won her opening match against Ashleigh Barty in three sets but then lost to Elina Svitolina in the quarterfinals.

Kerber then competed at Apia International Sydney where she received a first-round bye but proceeded to lose her opening match to Russian teenager Daria Kasatkina.

After early lackluster performances, Kerber entered the Australian Open as the defending champion and top seed for the first time at a Grand Slam tournament.

She faced Lesia Tsurenko in the first round and defeated her in three sets after squandering match point in the second set.

Kerber then lost to CoCo Vandeweghe in the fourth round winning only five games and ending her title defense. After Serena Williams won the tournament, she amassed enough points to take back her top ranking from Kerber.

At the former, she received a first-round bye before losing to Daria Kasatkina once again. At the latter, Kerber also received a first-round bye and defeated Mona Barthel to set up a rematch of her Olympic final against Monica Puig , which she won in straight sets.

She then defeated Ana Konjuh to reach her first semifinal in Dubai, losing there to Svitolina. This defeat prevented Kerber from returning to world No.

At the BNP Paribas Open seeded 2nd, Kerber received a bye into the second round defeating fellow countrywoman Andrea Petkovic , followed by a tight three set win over Pauline Parmentier before losing to eventual champion Elena Vesnina in the fourth round.

She lost to Venus Williams in the quarterfinals at the Miami event. Kerber regained the world No.

In Monterrey she reached the final. Kerber began the clay court season with a loss in Stuttgart to eventual runner-up Kristina Mladenovic which dropped her from the top slot.

Then she retired in the third match of Madrid , but due to Serena's absence became world No. At the start of Kerber's grass court season, she reached the quarterfinals of the Eastbourne International , before being defeated by home favourite Johanna Konta.

Her woes continued into the US hard court swing where she lost to Sloane Stephens in the opening round of the Rogers Cup. With this loss Kerber dropped out of the top Her struggles continued beyond the US Open.

At the Wuhan Open she lost in the first round to eventual champion Caroline Garcia. At Luxembourg Kerber lost to Monica Puig.

On 16 November , Kerber announced on Twitter that she had ended her partnership with longtime coach Torben Beltz and had hired Wim Fissette.

Kerber started her season at the Hopman Cup for the first time, and partnered with Alexander Zverev.

Kerber remained undefeated in her singles matches there and helped Germany reach the final where they lost to Switzerland. Kerber then played at the Sydney International.

She drew Lucie Safarova in the first round and saved two match points to defeat her in three sets. She then faced Venus Williams who she defeated in three sets as well to progress to the quarterfinals.

She defeated former world No. With another win over an in-form Camila Giorgi she reached the final, where she defeated home favourite Ashleigh Barty to win her first title since winning the US Open in At the Australian Open , she defeated compatriot Anna-Lena Friedsam and Donna Vekic both in straight sets to advance to the third round where she faced former world No.

Kerber defeated her in straight sets to advance to the fourth round, where she defeated Hsieh Su-wei to reach her first Slam quarterfinal since she won the US Open in She faced American Madison Keys and defeated her in just under an hour in straight sets to reach her second semifinal at the Australian Open.

In the semifinal clash against world No. The match ended 9—7 in the third set, with Halep winning after the fourth match point.

Kerber then played at Doha and reached the quarterfinals defeating Samantha Stosur and Johanna Konta. In the quarterfinals she lost to top seed Caroline Wozniacki in a three setter.

This was her fifth consecutive loss to Svitolina since the China Open She then entered the Indian Wells Open. She defeated Ekaterina Makarova and defending champion Elena Vesnina, then defeated world.

She played Fed Cup semifinal tie against Czech Republic. But retired in her next match against Anett Kontaveit from Estonia in the second set.

Kerber missed the third Premier Mandatory tournament of the year in Madrid. Then entered Rome Masters as the 11th seed and showed results against Zarina Diyas , Irina-Camelia Begu and Maria Sakkari, before earning her sixth straight defeat from Elina Svitolina in the quarterfinals.

Kerber was seeded 12th at the French Open. In the opening round, she defeated Mona Barthel in straight sets. Kerber continued her form in the second round with a straight sets wins over Ana Bogdan.

In the third round Kerber faced the 18th seed Kiki Bertens who had defeated her in the first round two years ago. Kerber took revenge by beating her in two tiebreak sets.

With the win, she reached the fourth round with her opponent being seventh seed Caroline Garcia. She defeated Garcia in straight sets to reach her first French Open quarterfinals in six years.

In the quarterfinal, Kerber lost to eventual champion Simona Halep in three sets. Kerber started the grass-court season as the second seed in Mallorca , where she lost in the first round to Alison Riske.

She faced and defeated Serena Williams in straight sets in a rematch of the final. With this victory, she returned to No. Kerber started her summer hard-court season at the Rogers Cup in Montreal.

The Asian campaign started in Wuhan. As the world No. Kerber commenced her WTA Finals with a loss in her first round-robin match against Kiki Bertens after winning the first set 6—1 and dropping the rest.

By November, she had hired Rainer Schüttler as her new coach. Kerber played at the Hopman Cup alongside Alexander Zverev ; they lost in the final to Switzerland in a rematch of the Hopman Cup final.

In the third round, she lost to Hsieh Su-wei in three sets. It was her first Premier 5 or Premier Mandatory level final since Cincinnati Masters and first Premier Mandatory tournament final in her career.

En route to the final, she defeated Yulia Putintseva , played two three-setters against Natalia Vikhlyantseva and world No. In the final, Bianca Andreescu defeated Kerber 6—4, 3—6, 6—4 to win the title.

In her handshake with Andreescu, Kerber called her "biggest drama queen ever," [68] referencing Andreescu's numerous medical time outs during the match.

In the semifinals, Kerber lost to Victoria Azarenka in three sets. She defeated Andrea Petkovic in straight sets, but lost to Kiki Bertens in the quarterfinals.

Although she was widely expected to complete the career Grand Slam, she lost in the first round to Anastasia Potapova. Kerber entered Mallorca Open as the top seed; she lost in the semifinals to Belinda Bencic.

She entered Wimbledon as the defending champion and defeated fellow German Tatjana Maria in the first round. In the second round, she was shocked 6—2, 2—6, 1—6 by lucky loser Lauren Davis , despite Davis requiring several medical timeouts.

In Toronto and Cincinnati , she suffered shock first-round losses to Daria Kasatkina in three sets and to Kontaveit in straight sets, respectively.

She entered the US Open as the 14th seed and suffered a shock first-round loss to Kristina Mladenovic , 5—7, 6—0, 4—6. In Zhengzhou , Kerber accepted a wild card into the main draw, but was defeated by Alison Riske in the first round in three sets.

In Osaka , Kerber received a bye into the second round, and defeated Nicole Gibbs and Madison Keys to reach the semifinals, where she lost to Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.

In Beijing , she entered as 10th seed, defeating home favorite, Zhang Shuai in three sets 6—2, 1—6, 6—4. After the match, a brawl between the people in Zhang's box and Kerber fans broke out.

Kerber started her season at Brisbane ; her last entry into this tournament was in Her performance resulted in a shock first-round loss to Australian tennis player Samantha Stosur in straight sets, 7—6, 7—6.

She defeated Wang Qiang in straight sets in the first round, but she retired from her match against Dayana Yastremska due to a left-hamstring injury, with Kerber down one set and a break.

Kerber is a defensive baseliner, who has been noted for her speed, agility, athleticism, and footwork. Kerber has powerful groundstrokes, allowing her to hit winners from frequently defensive positions.

Her forehand is widely considered her most dangerous weapon, with her being able to hit powerful shots with disguise and speed.

Kerber is known for hitting her backhand whilst squatting, allowing her to generate considerable power and to create sharp angles on the court.

Her serve is considered her major weakness, rarely serving aces and hitting, on average, fewer service winners than many of her fellow players. Her second serve is a particular weakness, and is highly susceptible to attack, meaning that she rarely wins more than 50 percent of second serve points.

Kerber, however, is one of the best returners on the WTA tour, ranking consistently in the top 50 players based on percentage of return points won.

Kerber has endorsement deals with Adidas , her clothing and shoe sponsor, and Yonex , her racquet sponsor. In early , she became global ambassador of Stuttgart car manufacturer Porsche.

Her response two years ago was to part company with her long-serving coach Torben Beltz and join forces with former Belgian pro Wim Fissette , who counts Kim Clijsters, Simona Halep, Victoria Azarenka and Petra Kvitova among his former charges.

That relationship seemed to be bearing fruit, with the Wimbledon win the highlight of a strong year. All top 10 players have a coach at their side," said German tennis grandee Boris Becker on commentary duties for Eurosport on Monday.

But in a nod to the stubborn and relentless baseline rallyer she is at her best, Kerber would not be bowed. Kerber's success has been built on making the most of her talent.

She's far from the fastest server in the women's game, isn't overly comfortable at the net and will often hit less winners than her opponent but, crucially, will usually make significantly fewer unforced errors.

Even in Monday's defeat, Kerber made 24 unforced errors to Mladenovic's She often relies on the woman on the other side of the net to lose matches rather than winning them herself.

Novak Djokovic 32 , Roger Federer 38 and Rafael Nadal 33 remain utterly dominant having won the last 11 slams between them. There is not a single male player currently below 30 who has won a grand slam.

With five months before the next slam, and her falling ranking making an apperance at the season-ending WTA Finals unlikely, Kerber may take some time to rest body and mind and decide whether a new coach might be neccessary in order for her to bounce back in as she did in Angelique Kerber started playing tennis at age three.

Born in Bremen in , Kerber moved to Kiel with her parents to live in an apartment in a training academy, where her German mother Beata and Polish father Slawek worked.

At 15, Kerber turned professional, and three years later she played her first major tournament in Hasselt, Belgium. Angelique Kerber won four titles on the International Tennis Federation tour and climbed into the top in May for the first time.

In the first round in New York, she faced Serena Williams r. Kerber battled hard, but Williams prevailed , Angelique Kerber reached the second round of a Grand Slam for the first time at the Australian Open.

Back then she could have had no idea that eight years later, it would be here that she would win her first Grand Slam title.

Having reached the second round in just three of 13 tournaments, was the low point of Kerber's career. The German tennis star even considered retirement.

Instead, she decided to make a new start, working harder than ever and surprised everyone by reaching the semifinals of the US Open.

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Angie wieder auf dem Weg zurück nach oben? By WTA Staff Photo by Jimmie48 ADELAIDE, Australia -- Dayana Yastremska claimed a spot in the Adelaide International quarterfinals on Wednesday, as the Ukrainian teenager was leading former World No.1 Angelique Kerber of Germany, , , when the German retired from the match due to a left hamstring injury. US Open WTA Match of the Day: Angelique Kerber vs. Jennifer Brady. Can champion Angelique Kerber slow down a red-hot Jennifer Brady? Sep 05, by Cale Hammond. Get the latest Player Stats on Angelique Kerber including her videos, highlights, and more at the official Women's Tennis Association website. Gavrilova in QF); withdrew prior to 2r matches at Sydney (vs. Makarova at Sydney w/GI illness) and Bastad (vs. Arruabarrena w/elbow injury); WTA match win leader, going and posted the most wins vs. Top 10 opponents, going , defeating No.8 Cibulkova, No.4 Halep, No.7 Keys and No.3 goodysretreat.comska in Singapore, as well as No.1 S. Angelique Kerber (German: [ʔandʒɛˈliːk ˈkɛɐ̯bɐ]; born 18 January ) is a German professional tennis player. A former world No. 1 and winner of three Grand Slam tournaments, she made her professional debut in and rose to prominence upon reaching the semifinals of the US Open as the No. ranked player in the world. Angelique Kerber has parted ways with coach Wim Fisset less than a week before the WTA Finals in Singapore. Fissette helped Kerber, currently ranked third in the world, return to the pinnacle of. 8/22/ · Kerber also thanked the USTA and WTA for making the event as safe as possible. “I can’t wait to get back on the court and compete. This is why I and my team have decided to take on the challenge and fly to NYC in a few days! Thanks to WTA and USTA for their huge effort to make this a safe event.” Kerber said. ATP & WTA tennis players at Tennis Explorer offers profiles of the best tennis players and a database of men's and women's tennis players.
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