92 Facts About Johanna Konta

1. Johanna Konta has not been seen in any other TV show except for tennis matches itself.

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2. Johanna Konta is quite confident about her place in this tournament saying, "I'm much more process oriented, so I don't give myself too much time to dream.

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3. Johanna Konta was born on May 17, 1967 in Sydney, Australia, to Hungarian parents, Gabor Konta and Gabriella Cortez.

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4. Johanna Konta is undoubtedly the most important player in the British setup and appeared back towards her best during two tight Australian Open matches against Ajla Tomljanovic and Garbine Muguruza.

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5. Johanna Konta said she was in a positive frame of mind after her performances at the Australian Open, where she eventually lost to Garbine Muguruza in one of the matches of the tournament.

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6. Johanna Konta's appointed Andrew Fitzpatrick as her hitting partner, and as a deputy coach when Fissette is absent.

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7. Johanna Konta has gifted me with an incredible amount of tools and habits".

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8. Johanna Konta's lost in the second round of the Madrid Open to world No 97 Bernarda Pera in straight sets.

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9. Johanna Konta's lost before the quarterfinals in her next three consecutive tournaments, including a first round loss to Marketa Vondrousova in Indian Wells.

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10. Johanna Konta's was beaten in the last four by Venus Williams.

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11. Johanna Konta's reached the final, her first at Tour level on home soil and on grass, but was upset by Donna Vekic in the title match.

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12. Johanna Konta's lost in the opening round in Madrid to Laura Siegemund, and the third round in Rome to Venus Williams.

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13. Johanna Konta's featured in the top ten of a number of other statistical categories.

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14. Johanna Konta's had already travelled to Singapore to practice, only to be pipped for the final place less than 24 hours before the start of the event when Svetlana Kuznetsova won the title in Moscow.

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15. Johanna Konta's defeated Madison Keys in the last four to reach her first WTA Premier Mandatory final.

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16. Johanna Konta's was drawn to face Sevastova in the opening round in a re-match of their US Open meeting of a few weeks prior, Konta gaining revenge for the defeat in New York.

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17. Johanna Konta's was eliminated at that stage by Anastasija Sevastova.

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18. Johanna Konta's moved on to the US Open recording victories in the opening two rounds over Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Tsvetana Pironkova.

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19. Johanna Konta's teamed up with Jamie Murray in the mixed, losing in the opening round to the eventual gold medallists.

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20. Johanna Konta's was seeded 10th in singles, easing past Stephanie Vogt and Caroline Garcia (France) in the first and second round respectively.

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21. Johanna Konta's was within one victory of breaking into the top ten, but missed out on the landmark after suffering a surprise defeat to Kristina Kucova.

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22. Johanna Konta's recorded her first ever win at the venue by beating Monica Puig in a rain-affected opening round match, but went out at the next stage to former finalist Eugenie Bouchard.

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23. Johanna Konta's was seeded 25th at Indian Wells, which gave her a bye into the second round where she defeated American Madison Brengle.

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24. Johanna Konta's was the 4th seed for the Mexican Open in Acapulco, where she exited in the second round, and for the Monterrey Open, where she reached the quarterfinals and lost to Kirsten Flipkens.

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25. Johanna Konta's was a finalist in the Most Improved Player category, but missed out on the award to French Open semi-finalist Timea Bacsinszky.

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26. Johanna Konta's eased past Annika Beck in the opening round, but went out at the next stage to Madison Brengle.

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27. Johanna Konta's took over from Heather Watson as the British number one.

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28. Johanna Konta's was eliminated in qualifying at the Australian Open.

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29. Johanna Konta's played on the ITF circuit, reaching the semifinals at Albuquerque and the second round at Nantes.

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30. Johanna Konta's beat 14th seed Kurumi Nara in straight sets, before losing to Aleksandra Wozniak in the second round.

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31. Johanna Konta's officially became the British No 2 behind Laura Robson, after Heather Watson failed to defend her title in Osaka and ended the year ranked 112.

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32. Johanna Konta was born in Sydney, Australia, on 17 May 1991, the daughter of Hungarian parents Gabor, a hotel manager, and Gabriella, a dentist.

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33. Johanna Konta's switched her sporting allegiance from Australia to Great Britain after she became a British citizen in May 2012.

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34. Johanna Konta's has won three singles titles on the WTA Tour, as well as 11 singles and four doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit.

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35. Johanna Konta was born on 17 May 1991 and is a British professional tennis player who represented Australia until 2012.

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36. Johanna Konta is currently in a relationship with Jackson Wade, the manager of video photography at Lawn Tennis Association.

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37. Johanna Konta made her first top 100 win record at Nottingham, in the year 2015.

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38. Johanna Konta was eliminated in the qualifying at the Australian Open.

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39. In 2013, Johanna Konta failed to qualify for the 2013 Australian Open, losing in the second qualifying round to Zhou Yimiao of China in the three sets.

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40. Johanna Konta won her first ITF singles in May 2008, title at a $ 10,000 tournament in Bosnia and Herzegovina, before her 17th birthday.

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41. Johanna Konta has won 11 singles and four doubles titles on the ITF tour in her career.

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42. Johanna Konta is a British tennis player who represented Australia until 2012.

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43. Johanna Konta has won nine singles and one doubles title on the ITF tour in her career.

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44. Johanna Konta is an Australian-born British professional tennis player of Hungarian descent.

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45. Johanna Konta's ranking is currently No 6 in the world, and it is her highest ranking so far.

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46. Johanna Konta started her career by winning small tournaments for little to moderate prize money.

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47. Johanna Konta became a British citizen in May 2012 and now represents England as a full-time professional tennis player.

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48. Johanna Konta is quite confident about her place in this tournament saying, "I'm much more process oriented, so I don't give myself too much time to dream.

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49. Johanna Konta is a Sydney, Australia native, who now lives in England.

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50. Johanna Konta has publicly criticised Serena Williams for her US Open meltdown, before asking Serena not to hate her.

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51. On 6 December 2017, Johanna Konta announced she was hiring Michael Joyce for the 2018 season.

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52. Johanna Konta initially trained at the Sanchez-Casal Academy in Barcelona, before her parents decided to settle in Britain in 2005, and at the Roddick Lavalle Academy in Texas.

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53. Johanna Konta's playing style is focused on offensive baseline play, with fast, flat ground strokes.

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54. At the Australian Open, Johanna Konta was knocked out in the second round by world No 123, lucky loser Bernarda Pera.

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55. On 18 October 2017 Johanna Konta revealed that she and coach Wim Fissette would be parting and she would be ending her season, choosing not to continue with the rest of the year and not to participate in the WTA Elite Trophy in Zhuhai, for which she was the No 1 seed.

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56. Johanna Konta's ranking reached a new career high of world No 4.

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57. Johanna Konta began the grass-court swing in Nottingham, where she was the top seed.

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58. Johanna Konta was seeded seventh in the French Open, but was upset by Taiwan's Hsieh Su-wei the first round.

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59. Johanna Konta was then beaten in the last-eight by the eventual champion, Serena Williams.

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60. Ahead of the Australian Open Johanna Konta was widely regarded as a contender for the title.

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61. Johanna Konta started working with Belgian coach Wim Fissette during pre-season training.

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62. Johanna Konta opened with a win over Stosur that guaranteed she would finish the season ranked inside the WTA's top ten, the first Briton to achieve this since 1983.

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63. Johanna Konta attempted to consolidate her Tour Finals place in Hong Kong, but an abdominal strain forced her to pull out of her second-round match.

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64. Johanna Konta progressed to the semifinal by beating Chinese No 1 Zhang Shuai for the second successive week.

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65. Johanna Konta took just 52 minutes to beat 24th seed Belinda Bencic in the third-round, matching her run to the last 16 from the previous year.

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66. Johanna Konta reached the third round before going out to Agnieszka Radwanska.

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67. Johanna Konta partnered Heather Watson in doubles, reaching the second round before exiting to Chinese Taipei.

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68. Johanna Konta reached the quarterfinals after she beat Svetlana Kuznetsova in the third round, but was knocked out in the last-eight by Angelique Kerber (Germany).

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69. Johanna Konta was the first home player to be seeded in the ladies singles at Wimbledon in over 30 years as she took the No 16 spot.

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70. Johanna Konta entered the grass-court season as world No 18 as her ranking climbed to a new high despite her opening-round loss at Roland Garros.

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71. Johanna Konta had a disappointing start on the surface as she lost her opening match in Stuttgart, before retiring with illness during the 1st round in Madrid.

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72. Johanna Konta moved on to Miami, where she was seeded 24th, which again saw her benefit from a bye to the second round.

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73. Johanna Konta teamed up with countrywoman Heather Watson to play the doubles.

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74. Johanna Konta defeated qualifier Zhang Shuai in the last 8 before her run ultimately came to an end in the semifinals, where she lost to eventual champion Angelique Kerber in straight sets.

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75. Johanna Konta recovered from a set behind to defeat the Russian and reach her first Grand Slam quarterfinal.

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76. Johanna Konta backed up her win by beating Zheng Saisai and Denisa Allertova, setting up a fourth-round clash with 21st seed Ekaterina Makarova.

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77. Johanna Konta continued her run by beating 14th seed Garbine Muguruza, before losing to Belinda Bencic in a three-set quarterfinal.

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78. Johanna Konta would beat Monica Puig before exiting in the quarterfinals to eventual tournament runner-up Monica Niculescu.

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79. Johanna Konta began the year by entering the qualifying of the WTA Tour events at Shenzhen and Sydney, but did not manage to progress to either of the main draws.

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80. Johanna Konta was awarded another wild card to compete at the Aegon International in Eastbourne, where she defeated 2013 Wimbledon junior champion Belinda Bencic in straight sets.

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81. Johanna Konta began 2014 at the Shenzhen Open, losing to 15-year-old wildcard Xu Shilin in the first qualifying round.

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82. At the Guangzhou International Open, Johanna Konta won through two rounds of qualifying to reach the main draw.

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83. Johanna Konta reached the second qualifying round at the French Open, losing to Galina Voskoboeva in three sets.

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84. Johanna Konta was left out once more as Britain beat Bulgaria to advanced to the World Group II play-offs.

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85. At the Australian Open, Johanna Konta failed to build on her good form from the US Open, losing in the second qualifying round to Zhou Yimiao of China in three sets.

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86. Johanna Konta achieved some welcome results in the first half of 2012, including a $25,000 title at Rancho Mirage in February.

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87. Johanna Konta played her first WTA Tour event when she entered the qualifying for Copenhagen, winning a match before exiting the event.

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88. Johanna Konta regained some form at the start of 2010, though her progress was largely unspectacular until May when she reached the quarterfinal of the $50,000 tournament at Indian Harbour Beach, Florida.

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89. Johanna Konta won her first ITF singles title at a $10,000 tournament in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina shortly before her 17th birthday in May 2008.

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90. Johanna Konta became a British citizen in May 2012 and concurrently switched her sporting allegiance from Australia to Britain.

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91. Johanna Konta has a half sister, Eva Emese, from her father's previous marriage.

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92. Johanna Konta is a British professional tennis player who represented Australia until 2012.

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