Karin Kschwendt

Karin Kschwendt ( born September 14, 1968 in Sorengo, Switzerland ) is a former German or Austrian tennis player and Luxembourg.

Was Kschwendt 1991 and 1993 German Champion in women's singles. On August 12, 1996, she reached her highest ranking position 37 in the individual rankings while they could achieve the highest rating in the double - rating with the 45th place on 19 February 1996.

1990 she succeeded with the move into the third round at Wimbledon her biggest success so far at a Grand Slam tournament. That same year she also came at the U.S. Open before until the second round. In 1992 she won with Petra Schwarz double competition of Prague. When doped with $ 100,000 tournament in Auckland in 1993 she reached the semi-finals, but failed there to Caroline Kuhlman. In Paris in 1994 and 1996 at the Australian Open were again two third -round appearances at a Grand Slam tournament to book. Overall, she won a prize money of 674 599 U.S. dollars over the course of her career.


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