TENNIS

defining moments

1

2011

US OPEN SEMI-FINALIST

Angie ranked 92nd in the world reached the semifinal of the 2011 US Open beating Radwanska and Pennetta en route. The feat was even more remarkable considering the fact that she had never been past the third round of a Grand Slam previously.

2

2012

WINNER OF 2 WTA TITLES

Angie won her first WTA tournaments in Paris (Indoors) and Copenhagen

3

2012

WIMBLEDON SEMI-FINALIST

Angie reached the semifinal of the 2012 Wimbledon beating Clijsters and Lisicki en route, before losing to Agnieszka Radwanska.

4

2012

TOP 5 PLAYER

On October 22, 2012 Angie rose from world No. 6 to No. 5 becoming the fifth German to reach the top 5 since the WTA rankings came into being in 1975. The others being Steffi Graf, Claudia Kohde-Kilsch, Anke Huber and Sylvia Hanika.

5

2012

WINNER OF THE WTA LINZ TOURNAMENT

6

2014

GERMANY FINISH AS FED CUP RUNNERS-UP

Together with Andrea Petkovic, Julia Goerges and Sabine Lisicki, Angie finished runner-up to the Czech team at the Fed Cup.

7

2015

WINNER OF 4 WTA
TOURNAMENTS

Angie captured four WTA titles:
Charleston, Stuttgart, Birmingham, Stanford.

2016

AUSTRALIAN & US OPEN CHAMPION!

Angie takes the Australian Open title. She then wins the US Open and becomes the WTA World No. 1 as the second German woman after Steffi Graf.

WTA
TITLES
12
CAREER-HIGH
SINGLES
1
WIN/LOSS
RECORD
588/304

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