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Ranking 607
GermanyAngelique Kerber
Angelique KerberGermanyGermany
Age36
Date of birthJan 18, 1988
Ranking607
Height173 cm
Weight68 kg
BirthplaceBremen

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Angelique Kerber Stats

Wins49% (177/358)For last 20 matchesLooses51% (177/358)For last 20 matchesRecieve wins62% (111/179)For last 20 matchesBreakpoints37% (66/179)For last 20 matches

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WinsPrevious 20052% (972/1879)Previous 2049% (177/358)LoosesPrevious 20048% (972/1879)Previous 2051% (177/358)Recieve winsPrevious 20066% (613/932)Previous 2062% (111/179)BreakpointsPrevious 20038% (359/947)Previous 2037% (66/179)

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GamesPrevious 1879Last 358

Win serves

972 (52%)177 (49%)

Lose serves

907181

Break point conversions

37.91 %36.87 %

Won receiving points

0.66 %0.62 %

About Angelique Kerber

Viktoria Kuzmova is a Slovakian tennis player with the highest WTA career ranking of 43 in singles and 29 in doubles. The 5 feet 11 inches lady has won three Women’s Tennis Association doubles titles and 20 crowns on the International Tennis Federation Women’s Circuit. Her other major achievement is reaching finals for the 2019 Premier level at St. Petersburg Ladies’ Trophy.

Victoria’s first win dates back to the US Open in 2015, where she played alongside Aleksandra Pospelova and won Girls’ doubles against Anastasia Potapova and Kalinskaya. In 2016, Victoria played the US Open in a girl’s single but lost to Kayla Day. Exceptionally, but the 23-year-old girl did not stop there. She participated in multiple other tournaments, including the Grand Slam and the 2019 US Open.

Her tennis-playing career between 2017 and early 2018 was engaging but tricky. Her career ranking was still above 100, which meant that she had to qualify before playing the main tournament. In May 2018, Victoria’s career took a better shape, and she could enter into a contest without playing qualifiers following a career ranking of 84.

Kuzmova entered the French Open and won against Francesca Schiavone. This marked Victoria’s first Grand Slam win.

Regarding private life, Victoria likes to enjoy other things besides tennis and has varying interests. She is currently studying international relations and diplomacy at Czech University. The pro-tennis player also enjoys photography and literature. Moreover, Victoria was introduced to tennis playing by her father at three. The soft-spoken lady also has a younger sister who plays tennis as well. Victoria is currently single and believes she can win over any other pro player. 

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