Monique Adamczak

Born Jan 21, 1983
Nationality Australia Australia

Monique Adamczak is a female profession tennis player from Australia. She was born on January 21, 1983 in Kensington, New South Wales, and she is coached by Tony Roche, Roger Federer’s ex-coach. Adamczak plays right handed and her favorite surfaces when playing tennis is grass; she made her debut into the world of tennis in 1998 while she was still 15 years old.

It was in September 1999 that Adamczak won her very first ITF title in India, when she defeated Manisha Malhotra in a 6-2, 2-6, and 6-3 match. It was also in the said location where Adamczak won her very first doubles title together with her partner Jennifer Schmidt.

While during the earlier part of her career, Adamczak was forced to focus solely on her singles performance, over recent years, she has been able to combine both doubles and singles matches better. This is where she has been participating more and more in events where she plays in doubles events and singles events.

Adamczak has a record of 0 WTA titles and 7 ITF titles, with a career record of 252-206 for singles. The highest ranking she has achieved is in No. 144, which was achieved in September 14, 2009. As for her doubles record, she has 172-104, with 0 WTA titles, and 19 ITF titles. Her highest rank reached for doubles is at No. 109, which she achieved in October 23, 2006. Unfortunately, she does not have any Grand Slam wins, but has started appearing in Grand Slam events since 2007.

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