Conny Perrin is a professional tennis player who was born on December 25,1990 in St-Imier, Switzerland. This Swiss player plays right-handed with a one-handed backhand.
She won her first ITF doubles match with Nicole Riner in 2007. In the next season, she won the ITF singles titles in Bucharest and Vinaros. In the clay courts of Dubrovnik, she won an ITF doubles title with Reka Luca Jani in 2009.
Perrin won two ITF singles matches in Osijek and Barueri in 2010. In 2011, she won the doubles circuit in Mont-de-Marsan with Karolina Nowak. She won one singles and five ITF doubles matches in 2012–her best career run.
Together with Irina Maria Bara, she won the 2013 Antalya ITF title. Perrin had one of her best records in 2014 when she won four 2 singles and 4 doubles ITF titles. In 2015, she had 1 singles and 1 doubles ITF titles.
Perrin recorded 1 singles and 2 doubles ITF titles in 2016. She won one of her most important tournaments in 2017 at the ITF doubles circuit in Albuquerque. She had another good run in the doubles circuit with ITF tournaments won in 2018.
Since turning pro, Conny Perrin has a career record of 405 victories and 286 losses. She has won 12 ITF career titles in singles. The highest rank she achieved in the singles division was at No. 134 in October 22, 2018. She is currently ranked No. 152 as of November 26, 2018.
In doubles, she has a career record of 234 victories and 172 losses. Perrin has 21 ITF titles in doubles. The highest rank she achieved in the doubles division was at No. 138 in November 21, 2014. She is currently ranked No. 98 as of February 4, 2019. Conny Perrin still has to win a Grand Slam tournament but has already made appearances at the four Grand Slam events.
Player Statistics:• 405–286 career record – singles• 12 International Tennis Federation career titles – singles• 234–172 career record - doubles• 21 International Tennis Federation career titles – doubles