Sandrine Testud

Sandrine Testud ( born April 3, 1972 in Lyon) is a former French tennis player.

  • 3.1 Individual
  • 3.2 double


The Lyonerin began at the age of nine, playing tennis and entered in 1989 into a professional business. In her career Testud defeated Arantxa Sanchez Vicario, among other things, Monica Seles, Iva Majoli and Serena Williams.

It reached the Top 100 in 1991 and four years later was among the top 50 when she was each semi-finalist in Strasbourg and San Diego. 1997 was an exceptional year for them. She reached the Top 20 and won the Fed Cup with the French team in the final against the Netherlands ( among others Respondent Brenda Schultz- McCarthy). She also had her first WTA tournament success in Palermo.

In 2001, she was in the semifinals of the WTA Tour Championships, but lost to Serena Williams 3:6 and 0:6. 1997, 1998, 1999 and in 2000 she was eliminated in each round one.

After a loss to her compatriot Mary Pierce Sandrine Testud was in 2002 in terms of their pregnancy known to want to take a break. In 2003, she brought her daughter Isabella to the world. When she returned to the WTA tour in 2004, she had but one victory over Magui Serna in Qatar no major successes more. In doubles, she reached with Roberta Vinci once the semi-finals at the French Open. She played in 2005 sporadically double, for example, at the French Open or in Palermo, and even joined in the same year back from professional sports.

Tournament Win



Performance at Grand Slam tournaments

Indicated are the round reached.