Anne Kremer

Anne Kremer ( born October 17, 1975 in Luxembourg ) is a Luxembourgian tennis player.


In 1995, Anne Kremer in Los Angeles for the first time the main draw of a WTA tournament. The following year, she qualified for the Wimbledon Championships and could therefore participate in the Olympic Games in Atlanta, where they invaded their country as flag bearer at the opening ceremony.

Your first victory over a top 10 player celebrated Kremer 1997 in Stanford, where she defeated Mary Pierce in the first round with 3:6, 6:1, 6:4. Only a year later they had risen into the top 100.

Surprisingly, she defeated Arantxa Sánchez Vicario in 1999 ( Indian Wells ) and Monica Seles ( Eastbourne ), before she reached the third round at Wimbledon. Kremer finished the season off with a finals in Pattaya City. Two tournament victories she could celebrate in 2000 and recorded a victory over Nathalie Tauziat. In 2001, she reached the final of Budapest, 2002, the semifinals at the Tier II event in Amelia Iceland.

In the spring of 2002, her three wins (Tokyo, Indian Wells and Miami) get over the former top-10 player Jelena Dokić. At the start of the 2003 season Kremer injured left wrist, she had to undergo several operations and pause over a year. In the ranking far behind, they fought in 2004 with good results back into the top 100 in the summer of 2004 Kremer took in Athens on her third Olympic Games in part.

In 2011 she failed several times in the qualifying round. Your best tournament they played in Kuala Lumpur, where she sang Kimiko Date Krumm - beat and could reach the quarter-finals.

Thrice Anne Kremer was elected to the Luxembourg Sportswoman of the Year ( 1993, 1998, 1999). Her younger brother Gilles also plays tennis. He was from 1999 to 2007 Member of the Luxembourg Davis Cup team and coached a long time and his sister.

Success ( WTA Tour )

Tournament Win

Finals ( 2)