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Timea Babos (HUN)

  • Timea Babos

Among the next generation of tennis players jostling for the spotlight, Timea Babos commands attention. Already an accomplished junior player, the young Hungarian went on to win 12 singles and 9 doubles titles on the ITF Women's Tour. 

By the end of 2017, she’d racked up 16 doubles titles and 2 singles titles in WTA events, before winning her first Grand Slam event at the 2018 Australian Open in women’s doubles. She also reached the mixed doubles final in Melbourne the same year, as well as at Wimbledon in 2014 and at Wimbledon in women’s doubles and in 2015 in mixed doubles. Babos has ranked no. 5 in the world in doubles and no. 25 in singles.

Equipment
Racquet VCORE SV 98
Career Highlights
2018

Taiwan Open Winner

2018

Australian Open Women's Doubles Winner

2018

Australian Open Mixed Doubles Finalist

2017

WTA Finals Singapore Women's Doubles Winner

2017

Grand Prix SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem Women's Doubles Winner

2017

Hungarian Ladies Open Winner

2017

Kremlin Cup Women's Doubles Winner

2017

Sydney International Women's Doubles Winner

2017

Tashkent Open Finalist

2017

Tashkent Open Women's Doubles Winner

2017

Tournoi de Quebec Finalist

2017

Tournoi de Quebec Women's Doubles Winner

2016

Wimbledon Women's Doubles Finalist

2016

Brasil Tennis Cup Finalist

2015

Wimbledon Mixed Doubles Finalist

2015

Dubai Tennis Chmpionships Women's Doubles Winner

2015

Internazionali BNL d'Italia Women's Doubles Winner

2015

Morocco Open Finalist

2015

Morocco Open Women's Doubles Winner

2014

Wimbledon Women's Doubles Finalist

2014

Malaysian Open Women's Doubles Winner

2014

Sydney International Women's Doubles Winner

2013

Copa Colsanitas Women's Doubles Winner

2013

Morocco Open Women's Doubles Winner

2013

Monterrey Open Women's Doubles Winner

2013

Tashkent Open Women's Doubles Winner

2012

Monterrey Open Winner

2012

Aegon Classic Women's Doubles Winner

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