Player Profiles

(7) Agnieszka Radwanska

  • DOB: 06/03/1989
  • Nationality: POL
  • Became Pro: 2005
  • Height: 1.72
Radwanska - former junior champion.

Player Profile

The Polish star is likely to be relishing a return to the grasscourts of SW19 for it was here in 2005 that she won the junior title, building a platform for her assault on the senior ranks.

She's been around the top 10 for some time now but hasn't been able to push further up the rankings as many observers had once predicted.

A weak second serve has been partially to blame for that, hindering her against the world's best.

Since winning Junior Wimbledon, Radwanska has always performed well at the All England Club and she has been to the quarter-finals in each of the last two years.

Will look to do the same again but it's hard to see her seriously challenging for the famous dish.

Sister Urszula also plays on the WTA Tour .

Ten-year Grand Slam History

Australian Open SFQFQFQFR3R1QFR2--
French Open R3QFR3R4R2R4R4R1--
Wimbledon -SF-R2R4QFQFR3R4-
US Open -R4R4R2R2R2R4R4R2-

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Williams - world number one. Venus - five-time champion in SW19. Wozniacki - popular with fans. Jankovic - upset by Oudin in 2009. Schiavone - French Open champion. Stosur - impressive on clay in 2010. Radwanska - former junior champion. Clijsters - back for more. Li - broke top 10 this year. Pennetta - not a great record on grass. Bartoli - former finalist in SW19. Petrova - dangerous player when fully fit. Peer - good start to the season. Azarenka - has struggled of late. Wickmayer - plenty to prove on grass. Sharapova - Edgbaston finalist.
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