Julia Goerges


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Ranked: 5th in Germany

Julia Görges (born 2 November 1988) is a German professional tennis player. She has won five singles and five doubles titles on the WTA Tour, including the 2017 WTA Elite Trophy. On 5 February 2018, she achieved her career-high singles ranking of No. 10. In doubles, she peaked at No. 12 on 22 August 2016.

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2018- what a season The best season of my career just finished and I can look back on two titles, my first Grand Slam semifinal in Wimbledon and breaking into Top 10 with reaching a career high ranking of number 9. I am very proud of our teamwork and thankful to have such a great team around me. They always believe in me and I am looking forward working hard again after my well deserved vacations :-) Thank you Michael, Florian and Andy. Thanks to my sponsors for the great collaboration and last but not least thanks to my „Team Jule“ fans for your amazing support everywhere I go. Now it is time for some holidays and see you all again in 2019 Yours Jule 2018- was für eine Saison Mit dem Einzug in die Top 10, den Turniersiegen in Auckland und Luxemburg und meinem Einzug ins Halbfinale von Wimbledon durfte ich dieses Jahr unglaubliche Momente auf dem Platz erleben. Vielen Dank an mein Team, die immer an mich glauben und denen ich sehr viel zu verdanken habe. Danke an meine Sponsoren für die tolle Zusammenarbeit und an meine „Team Jule“ Fans, die mich überall auf der Welt unterstützen... Jetzt ist es Zeit für meinen wohlverdienten Urlaub und wir sehen uns alle in 2019 wieder. Eure Jule

3️⃣0️⃣ 🎊🎈🎉 🎁 🎂 Thank you for making my birthday very special here in Zhuhai... 🤗😘 @kasatkina @wtaelitetrophy @teamjuleofchina

Down, but not out...!!!#bigfight #teamjule #passion #semifinal @wtaelitetrophy Thank you @teamjuleofchina for your great support 👊

„Schaut doch mal rein 😀” @dazn_de #dazn #teamjule #moscow

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