Julia Goerges age, bio, height, news, pictures, ranking, stats, videos & more
Julia Goerges is a professional German tennis player who plays right-handed (two-handed backhand). She started playing tennis at the age of 6 and is inspired by Martina Hingis. Julia’s favourite tournament is the Australian Open, as she really likes to visit Melbourne.
Julia turned pro in 2005. She broke into the top ten for the first time in February 2018, before going on to reach the semifinals at the 2018 Wimbledon Championships.
Her Father is Klaus, Mother is Inge, she also has an elder sister called “Maike”.
First WTA title
Julia won her first career WTA Title at the 2010 Gastein Ladies by defeating Timea Bacsinszky in the final in straight sets.
- Born - 2nd November 1988 (Bad Oldesloe Germany)
- Height - 1.80m (5ft 11)
- Nationality - German
- Coach - Michael Geserer
- Star sign - Scorpio
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Julia has the most beautiful serve I have ever seen "Wayne Jackson"
Julia Goerges latest tennis news > All news
6th of January 2019 - Auckland, New Zealand. Julia Goerges has won the ASB classic in New Zealand for the second year in a row. She beat the Canadian teenage qualifier Bianca Andreescu in three sets 2-6 7-5 6-1.
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She is so pretty fantastic when she plays, the way she maneuvers the return, and how she places it right where she wants it, so impressive in every tennis match that I have seen so far in her ten years of professional tennis, amazing and wonderful, love to watch her every time she plays, wherever that might be!
Posted by AWM on the 7th of April 2018.
Off the court -
- Singer is Michael Jackson
- Actors are: Hugh Grant and Liam Neeson
- TV shows are: daily soap operas on German TV, especially on RTL (a TV channel in Germany)
Julia's career goal in tennis is to get better and better, step by step.