Magdalena Frech is a professional tennis player, who was born and raised in Lodz, Poland. Frech is currently ranked as the World Number 99 as of October 2021, and this is by far the best singles ranking in her entire career. Frech had won one singles title in the WTA Challenger Tour, and four titles from singles and doubles on the ITF Circuit. She is also part of the Poland Fed Cup national team in 2016 and 2018.

WTA and Grand Slam Career

Frech debuted in 2013 for her first WTA tour is doubles. She was partnered with Katarzyna Pyka at the 2013 BNP Paribas Katowice Open.

Height / weight 1.7 m /
Born Dec 15, 1997
Nationality Poland Poland
Playing Style Right Handed

In 2018, she debuted her first Grand Slam participation in Auckland but was defeated by Sachia Vickery in the first qualifying round. After her debut, she went to compete at the Australian Open and beat top-seeded players, such as Miyu Kato and Kayla Day. She was also one of the 12 qualifiers who made their main draw debut in the championship.

National Team

In 2016, Frech became one of Poland’s representatives in the FED Cup. In her first match against Chinese Taipei, Lee Ya-Hsuan won the match. However, she lost against Hsu Ching-wen in the second match. In 2018, she also played for the Fed Cup and competed against Melanie Kleffner and Anastasija Sevastosa, but she lost to them in straight sets. Luckily, she beat Ayla Aksu and Isabella Shinikova in straight sets.

Tournament Results:

  • 2R at 2018 French Open
  • 1R at 2018, 2022 Australian Open
  • 1R at 2019 US Open
  • Q2 at 2021 Wimbledon Open

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