Nicole Pratt ( born March 5, 1973 in Mackay, Queensland ) is a former Australian tennis player.
- 3.2.1 Siege
- 3.2.2 finals
- 4.1 Single Winner ( 5)
- 4.2 Double Winner (9 )
The tennis was taught her by her father, George, who was already one of the top juniors. She attended school in Calen and then got a tennis scholarship at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra. At age 18, she became a professional player.
In January 2001, she was the # 1 Australian tennis rankings. She won the Indian Open 2004 and reached the third round of the Australian Open.
In August 2006, Pratt reached the age of 33 years at the Canada Masters in Toronto their first quarter-final on the WTA Tour. Shortly thereafter, she managed to re-enter the top 100 in the world rankings. In 2007, Pratt participated in the Sydney Medibank International. There, she reached the second round after she defeated Dinara Safina in the 1st round. Then subject but Kim Clijsters in straight sets. At the Australian Open 2007, she lost her first round match against the already Frenchwoman Virginie Razzano.
At the Australian Open 2008 Nicole Pratt said after their opening loss against Nadia Petrova in tears her retirement from professional tennis.
Nicole Pratt is the third of five children of a sugar cane farmer. She lives openly lesbian.