Anke Huber

Anke Huber ( born December 4, 1974 in Bruchsal, Baden- Württemberg) is a former German tennis player.

  • 4.1 Single
  • 4.2 double


Your first major title she reached the age of 11 years. In 1986 she became German Junior Champion, the title she could defend in the following two years. Your professional debut in 1989 in Bayonne Huber (7:5, 4:6, 6:2 against Sabrina Goles / JUG ). During her active years she was mostly in the shadows of their more successful rival Steffi Graf.

Outstanding in her career was the legendary match against Steffi Graf in the Masters final in 1995, where she defeated her opponent in five sets. Many observers have described the match as the best of their professional career. Another highlight was the achievement of fourth place in the WTA world rankings in October 1996. At the Australian Open 1996, she reached her only Grand Slam final, which, however, lost to the world number one Monica Seles.

After several injuries Huber resigned on 21 October 2001. Their last match they played on 31 October 2001 at the WTA tournament in Munich when she was defeated in the second round Justine Henin of Belgium with 1:6, 2:6. Their overall record at 243 Tournament Starts: they played 632 matches, of which they could win 418. Your Career prize money amounts to 4,768,292 U.S. dollars.


In spring 2005, Huber brought her first child into the world. The boy's father is her longtime significant other Roger Wittmann, a brother of footballer Mario Basler. On 2 October 2006, she was the second time mother when she gave birth to a girl after a caesarean section. Anke Huber lives with her family in Ludwigshafen am Rhein.

Tournament Win


In addition, she was in 11 other finals


Grand Slam results


Specified in each case reached the round