1. Angelique Kerber is a German professional tennis player whom is currently ranked world number 10 in singles by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA).
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4. In 2012, Angelique Kerber made her way to Poland, where her grandfather owned an indoor tennis facility.
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7. Angelique Kerber was born in Bremen, West Germany on 18, January 1988 to parents Sławomir Kerber and Beata.
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15. Angelique Kerber played at the 2019 Hopman Cup alongside Alexander Zverev, they lost in the final to Switzerland in a rematch of the 2018 Hopman Cup final.
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16. Angelique Kerber has endorsement deals with Adidas, her clothing and shoe sponsor, and Yonex, her racquet sponsor.
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17. Angelique Kerber started her summer hard court season at the Rogers Cup in Montreal.
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18. Angelique Kerber's faced and defeated Serena Williams in straight sets in a rematch of the 2016 final.
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19. Angelique Kerber's defeated Garcia in straight sets to reach her first French Open quarterfinals in six years.
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20. Angelique Kerber faced her first seeded in the third round,18th seed Kiki Bertens who Kerber defeated in straight sets.
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26. Angelique Kerber's defeated former World No 4 Dominika Cibulkova in straight sets to reach the semifinals.
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27. Angelique Kerber started her season at the Hopman Cup for the first time, and partnered with Alexander Zverev.
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28. Angelique Kerber went out in the fourth round of Wimbledon, losing to eventual champion Garbine Muguruza.
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29. Angelique Kerber began the clay court season with a loss in Stuttgart to eventual runner-up Kristina Mladenovic which dropped her from the top slot.
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30. Angelique Kerber regained the world No 1 ranking after Serena Williams withdrew before the tournament with a knee injury.
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31. At the start of the 2017 season, Angelique Kerber competed in the Brisbane International as the top seed.
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35. Angelique Kerber's had the opportunity to dethrone Serena Williams as the WTA world No 1 if she won the title.
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36. Angelique Kerber's beat Peng Shuai and Daria Gavrilova before losing to Carla Suarez in the quarterfinals.
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37. Angelique Kerber's received a first round bye and defeated Annika Beck, Carla Suarez Navarro, and Petra Kvitova to reach the final.
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38. Angelique Kerber's reached the semifinals to face Sloane Stephens and she was forced to retire due to a viral illness.
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39. At the BNP Paribas Open, Angelique Kerber lost her opening round to Denisa Allertova, giving Radwanska the opportunity to surpass her for the No 2 spot by reaching the semifinals.
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40. Angelique Kerber's had a first round bye but lost to Zheng Saisai in straight sets.
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45. Angelique Kerber's advanced to the last eight after seeing off both Dominika Cibulkova and 8th seed Wozniacki in straight sets.
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47. At the US Open, 11th seeded Angelique Kerber defeated Alexandra Dulgheru and Karin Knapp in straight sets to set up a third-round match with Azarenka, a match she lost in three sets.
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49. Angelique Kerber began her summer hard court season at the Bank of the West Classic as the 5th seed.
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53. At the Italian Open, Angelique Kerber made it to the second round after defeating Alize Cornet but lost to Begu.
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54. Angelique Kerber's winning streak came to an end in the hands of Samantha Stosur in the opening round in Madrid, which Kerber lost in three sets.
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57. Angelique Kerber's lost her 1st match to Jarmila Gajdosova in three sets but then defeated Samantha Stosur in straight sets in her next match.
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59. Angelique Kerber's lost her first match to Lucie Safarova in straight sets.
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61. Angelique Kerber's had a first round bye and, in her opening match, faced CoCo Vandeweghe, whom she defeated in three sets.
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63. Angelique Kerber reached the final at the Aegon International, losing to Madison Keys in three sets.
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66. In September, Angelique Kerber reached her second final of 2013 at the Toray Pan Pacific Open, but lost to Petra Kvitova in three sets.
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68. Angelique Kerber made an early exit from Wimbledon, where she was a semifinalist the year before, losing in three sets to Kaia Kanepi in the second round.
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70. Angelique Kerber's reached the quarterfinals after defeating Svetlana Kuznetsova but was then being defeated by Ivanovic, again in straight sets; it was Kerber's second loss against her in three weeks.
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73. Angelique Kerber began 2013 at the Brisbane International where she was seeded 4th.
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77. Angelique Kerber's made it to the semifinals before losing to Agnieszka Radwanska.
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78. Angelique Kerber's lost in the fourth round to Sara Errani.
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79. At the US Open, Angelique Kerber, seeded 6th, struggled to victory over unseeded Venus Williams in the second round.
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81. Angelique Kerber represented Germany in the Fed Cup semifinal tie against Australia in Stuttgart, losing to Samantha Stosur in her first match before beating Olivia Rogowska.
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82. Angelique Kerber's lost to unseeded Bulgarian Tsvetana Pironkova in the second round.
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83. Angelique Kerber's played 2nd seed Marion Bartoli in the final and claimed the title, defeating the Frenchwoman in three sets.
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84. Angelique Kerber's reached the third round and lost to Maria Sharapova.
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85. Angelique Kerber's lost her semifinal match to 4th seeded Flavia Pennetta.
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88. Angelique Kerber's played in the Wimbledon Championships, where she made it to the third round after defeating Sania Mirza and upsetting 13th seed Shahar Pe'er, but lost against Jarmila Groth.
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90. Angelique Kerber attained her first Grand Slam victory in 2008 at the Australian Open by beating Maret Ani, before losing to Francesca Schiavone.
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93. In 2012, Angelique Kerber moved to Puszczykowo; a suburb of Poznan, Poland, where her maternal grandfather owns an indoor tennis facility.
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95. Angelique Kerber is currently ranked world No 2 as of 22 October 2018, thus making her the top-ranked left-handed player on the WTA Tour.
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96. Angelique Kerber's has won an Olympic silver medal while representing Germany at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
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