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Best Womens in Tennis - New Zealand

As a tennis player or a fan, it is always great to have information on the best players in the industry. These people not only motivate people in the sport but they are also the pillars on which tennis stands to date. Here are some of the best women players in this category.

Ellen Barry

Ellen is a right-handed player who turned pro early into the 2000s. During her career, Ellen has managed to bag an ITF singles win and ranked high in the WTA singles and doubles rankings. She has a lot of promise to bag more awards over time.

Marina Erakovic

Marina plays for New Zealand where she also resides. She turned pro in 2005 and has won many awards under the guidance of her coach Eduardo Nicolas.

Her rankings stood at number 39 in the singles division and number 25 in the doubles category as of 2012. Also among her achievements is a WTA singles win at Memphis alongside eight other WTA wins in the doubles division.

Leanne Baker

Leanne is known for her outstanding achievements in her tennis career. Alongside tennis, she also excelled in playing rugby and currently heads a rugby club in Chicago.

This left-handed player turned pro in 1998 and had appearances in grand slam matches such as the Wimbledon and the Australian Open where she did well. She placed position 260 in the singles ranking in 2007 and 108 in the doubles ranking in 2005. She later retired in 2008.

Women for a long time worked hard at getting recognized for their abilities in tennis and it was not till a few years ago when their winnings equaled those of men. As such, they have come a long way. These strong women have managed to put New Zealand’s name out there, showing that they have what it takes to bag wins and thus paving the way for other entrants into the sport.