Amy Frazier is a retired tennis player from the United States of America. She achieved her highest singles ranking of No.13 on February 27, 1995. Her highest doubles ranking was No.24, which she reached March 29, 1993. She has 8 WTA singles titles and 4 ITF singles titles. She also has 4 WTA doubles titles and 5 ITF doubles titles.

Player Profile and Personal Life

Frazier was born on September 19, 1972, in St Louis, Michigan. She currently resides in Detroit, Michigan. She stands 175 centimeters tall, she plays right-handed and she has a two-handed backhand. She turned pro in 1990 and retired in 2006. Throughout her career, she has accumulated prize money of $3,460,799.

Height / weight 1.75 m /
Born 19 Sep 1972
Nationality United States United States

Career

She made her first appearance at the main draw at the US Open in 1987. Prior to that, she had also appeared at a few qualifying events in 1986.

Some of her top finishes at grand slam events include the quarter-finals for the women’s singles at the Australian Open in 1992 and the US Open in 1995. As a singles player, her highest rank was No.13 which she reached in 1995.

As a doubles player, she made it to the Quarter Finals of Wimbledon in 1995 and the US Open in 1998. She also made it to the 2R of the Australian Open several times throughout her career. Her highest dibbles ranking was No.24. She reached this in 1993.

Retirement

She never announced her retirement but she played her last tour game at the 2006 US Open. In 2015, she won and played at the USTA National W40 Hardcourt Championships in La Jolla, California. She was 43 at the time.

She was inducted into the USTA Midwest Hall of Fame in 2018.

Career Highlights

Singles

  • Career Record: 497–335 (59.7%)
  • Career Titles: 8 WTA, 4 ITF
  • Highest Ranking: No. 13 (February27, 1995)

Grand Slam Singles Performance

  • Australian Open - QF (1992)
  • French Open - 3R (1995, 2001)
  • Wimbledon - 4R (1991, 1992, 1996,2004)
  • US Open - QF (1995)

Doubles

  • Career Record - 200–225 (47.1%)
  • Career Titles - 4 WTA, 5 ITF
  • Highest Ranking - No. 24 (March 29,1993)

Grand Slam Doubles Results

  • Australian Open - 2R (1989–90, 1993,1996–97, 2001–02, 2006)
  • French Open - 3R (1995)
  • Wimbledon - QF (1995)
  • US Open - QF (1998)

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