Annika Beck

Annika Beck ( born February 16, 1994, Gießen) is a German tennis player.

  • 3.1 Individual
  • 3.2 double


Beck began at the age of five years with the tennis games. Your preferred coating is the hard court. 31 January 2010, Beck won in Kaarst her first ITF tournament. She defeated in the finals Audrey Bergot from France with 6:2, 7:5. On April 10, 2012, she made ​​her debut at the show in Copenhagen against the Croatian Petra Martić on the WTA Tour. They lost the match 4:6, 4:6. In early June 2012, she reached then became the first German Anna -Lena Grönefeld, the winner of 2003, the final of the Junior Competition of Roland Garros. There they defeated the Slovak Anna Karolina Schmiedlová 3:6, 7:5, 6:3.

In June 2012, Beck managed at Wimbledon for the first time the entry into the main draw of a Grand Slam tournament. They met in the first round of the Belarusian Wolha Hawarzowa which she was covered with 3:6, 6:3, 3:6. With its six titles at ITF tournaments in 2012, four of them from August to November, Beck reached number 78 in the WTA world rankings in singles. They also won the German championship title at the end of the year. In the final she won against Antonia Lottner 6:1, 6:0 by.

2013 gave Annika Beck against France made ​​their debut in the German Fed Cup team. She performed in a double with Anna -Lena Grönefeld to. The two lost to the French Alize Cornet and Kristina Mladenovic pairing with 3:6, 4:6. In the same year she reached the Polish city of Katowice for the first time in her career the semifinals of a WTA tournament. There, she defeated Roberta Vinci of Italy's with 1:6, 0:6. Another good tournament result was the quarter-finals at the Nuremberg Versicherungscup 2013. Another quarter finals she reached in Budapest, as well as in the following week in Bad Gastein.

The year 2014 began successfully for Annika Beck. At the tournament in Shenzhen, China, she was eliminated by the eventual winner Li Na in the first semi-final. In Hobart she was disqualified in the first round at the Australian Open, she was defeated in the second round of Serb Ana Ivanović.



Tournament Win


Performance at Grand Slam tournaments