Andrea Glass

Andrea Glass ( born July 17, 1976 in Darmstadt) is a former German tennis player.


Andrea Glass was a successful tennis player already as a teenager. In 1997, she became German champion in singles and with her partner Barbara Rittner also in doubles. Your most successful Grand Slam tournament was the 1999 Australian Open when she defeated Anna Kournikova in the Round of 32 in three sets. Following this tournament they reached their best position in the world ranking with number 53. Among her greatest successes in individual counts of the three-set victory over Arantxa Sánchez Vicario in the second round of Hilton Head 1998. Sánchez Vicario was at this time the number 5 in the world rankings. In this tournament Glass failed in the quarter -final against the later tournament champion Amanda Coetzer.

From 1998 to 2001 Andrea Glass played for Germany in the Fed Cup. Your personal balance sheet is at 3:6 victories in singles and 0-3 in doubles. What is your most successful experience in the Fed Cup was the promotion match against Japan in 1999 in Hamburg. She won both the singles and Germany was again top notch. In 1998, she defeated in the match against Spain, the top- ten player Conchita Martínez in straight sets.

Her last professional match they played in the doubles competition of the 2003 Australian Open. Permanent injury and glandular fever forced her to withdraw from professional sports.


Andrea Glass is married to the former Argentine professional tennis player and current coach Sebastian Weisz. It operates a tennis school in Neu-Isenburg.