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Kimiko Date-Krumm (JPN)

  • Kimiko Date-Krumm
  • Kimiko Date-Krumm

With a career stretching back to 1989, Kimiko Date-Krumm is one of the greats of Asian tennis.

She has four Japan Open titles to her name and is a former World #4 player.

She reached the semi-finals at the Australian Open in 1994, the French Open in 1995 and Wimbledon in 1996 before announcing her retirement in 1996.

Since her comeback in 2008, Kimiko has won a number of ITF titles along with the 2009 Hansol Korea Open making her the second-oldest player to win a WTA singles title.

Racquet: S-FiT

Equipment
String POLYTOUR SPIN
Bag BAG9526EX Pro Racquet Bag (6 pcs)
Career Highlights
2013

Aegon Classic Women’s Doubles Semifinalist

2013

Internationaux de Strasbourg Women’s Doubles Winner

2013

Monterrey Open Women’s Doubles Winner

2013

BNP Paribas Open Women’s Doubles Semifinalist

2013

WTA Brasil Tennis Cup Women’s Doubles Semifinalist

2013

PTT Pattaya Open Women’s Doubles Winner

2012

Royal Indian Open Finalist

2012

Royal Indian Open Women’s Doubles Quarterfinalist

2012

OEC Taipei WTA Ladies Open Quarterfinalist

2012

OEC Taipei WTA Ladies Open Women’s Doubles Semifinalist

2012

HP Open Women’s Doubles Finalist

2012

e-Boks Open Women’s Doubles Winner

2012

Monterrey Open Women’s Doubles Finalist

2012

PTT Pattaya Open Women’s Doubles Semifinalist

2011

HP JAPAN WOMEN'S OPEN TENNIS Doubles Winner

2010

HP JAPAN WOMEN'S OPEN TENNIS Finalist

2009

Hansol Korea Open Winner

1995

Wimbledon Semifinalist

1994

New South Wales Open Winner

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