Stephanie Vogt (born 15 February 1990 in Vaduz) is a Liechtenstein tennis player.
Vogt participates in professional tournaments on the WTA since 2006. Your best ever position in the tennis world rankings they reached in October 2013 with rank 140 in singles and ranked 128 in doubles. Together with Katinka Deichmann these are the only players in their home country that are out in the world rankings.
Since 2006, Vogt is a regular player of Liechtenstein's Fed Cup team.
A major success was winning the gold medal in women's singles at the Games of the Small States of Europe in 2007 and in women's doubles silver medal. In the same year she was elected to Liechtenstein Athlete of the Year. 2010, she was awarded a second time this award. In 2011 she won the gold medal in women's singles, women's doubles and mixed doubles at the Games of the Small States of Europe and was able to repeat this success at the Games in 2013.
On 31 March 2008 the Tennis World Federation (ITF ) announced Vogt will receive one of two to be issued invitations for the women's singles of the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing. However, in early May on his right knee suffered injury forced a surgery. Therefore, because of the too short regeneration time and the high risk of renewed injury they had to do without their participation. On 18 April 2012, the ITF announced that Vogt again a wildcard for an Olympic tournament receives, this time in London. She received one of the two quota places in women's field. Vogt was also standard-bearer of the Liechtenstein Olympic team at the opening ceremony.
On October 20, 2013 Stephanie Vogt celebrated her greatest success to date when she won the doubles competition in Luxembourg at the side of Yanina Wickmayer, a tournament, a WTA International category.