Polish Tennis Player Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Polish Tennis player currently ranked as World’s No.4, Agnieszka Radwanska was born on the 6th of March, 1989 in Krakow, Poland.  She has been given the high rank in the current revised ranking of 12th November, 2012.  She is an intelligent player and is known to use the court to construct points for her game. Radwanska currently was the finalist of 2012 Wimbledon Championships securing the category to be the first Polish woman to reach a grand slam singles final. Radwanska also holds the record of being the first Polish to win a WTA Championship singles title in 2007. Additionally Radwanska also holds two WTA awards after being voted as the “Most Impressive New Comer” 2006 and the “Fan Favorite Singles” 2011.

Radwanska started her professional career in 2005 reaching a career high rank of No.2 on 9th of July 2012. She was introduced to the sport at the age of four and has secured junior titles at the Wimbledon in 2005 and the Junior French Open in 2006. Radwanska also holds the record of being the first polish woman to surpass the $1 million prize money value in 2008. In her doubles career she has reached the top rank of No. 16 on 19th of October 2011 and currently stands at No. 101 on Nov 2012. With all the wins and records in her hand it wasn’t until 2012 when she reached her career’s highest ranking and the position of being a finalist of a Grand Slam event at the Wimbledon.

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