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Amanda Coetzer

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Amanda Coetzer

Former South African Tennis Player


Born 22-10-1971

Amanda Coetzer is a former South African tennis player, well known for being one of only two women to beat Steffi Graf in 1995. Coetzer played for South Africa in the Olympics in 1992, 1996 and 2000.


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Resides at Hoopstad and Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, United States of America


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Previous Position(s)

Professional Tennis Player | Olympic Tennis Team | South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee
1992 - 2000

Sport and Recreation


Professional Tennis Player | Tennis South Africa

Sport and Recreation

Achievements

Awards

Highest Singles World Ranking No. 3

Karen Krantzcke Sportsmanship Award

Diamond Aces

Most Improved Player

Karen Krantczke Sportsmanship Award | WTA Tour

Nominated One of Three Sportswoman of the Year | Annual Victor Awards

Nominated for Karen Krantczke Sportsmanship Award | WTA Tour

Sportswoman of the Year | Annual Victor Awards

Sportswoman of the Year Award | Freestate Sportswriters

Sportswoman of the Year Award | Freestate Sportswriters

Sportswoman of the Year Award

Nominated for Karen Krantczke Sportsmanship Award | WTA Tour

Most Improved Female Player Award | Tennis Magazine

Sportsman of the Year Award

Sportswoman of the Year Award | Freestate Sportswriters

Most Improved Player Award | WTA Tour

Competitive Accomplishments

Won | Croatian Open | 1997

Won | Women''s Tennis Association Tour

Semi-finalist | Australian Open | 1996

Runner-up | Canadian Open | 1995

Runner-up | IGA Tennis Classic | 1996

Won | Luxembourg Women''s Tennis Championships | 1997

Won | Budapest Open | 1997

Won | Hopman Cup | 2000

Won | Benelux Open | 2000

Won | WTA World | 2001

Won | Mexican Open

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