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Rennae Stubbs (b. March 26, 1971 in Sydney) is an Australian professional female tennis player. She has won several Grand Slam doubles titles and represented Australia at three successive Olympic Games.
She has recorded more double triumphs than any other Australian woman - 58 from 1994 to the conclusion of the 2007 WTA Tour - enjoying success with eleven different partners. She also won two mixed doubles Grand Slam titles with male partners. In 2001, Stubbs won the season-ending WTA Championships with regular partner Lisa Raymond and the pair were named International Tennis Federation World Champions.
Grand Slam recordEdit
- Doubles champion: 2000 (w/Raymond)
- Doubles semi-finalist: 1998, 1999, 2002
- Doubles quarter-finalist: 1993, 2003,2006,2007
- Mixed Doubles champion: 2000 (w/Palmer)
- Doubles finalist: 2002
- Doubles semi-finalist: 2001
- Doubles quarter-finalist: 1993, 2005
- mixed doubles finalist 2000
- Doubles champion: 2001 (w/Raymond), 2004 (w/Black)
- Doubles semi-finalist: 1998, 2000, 2006
- Doubles quarter-finalist: 1992, 1993,2000
- Doubles champion: 2001 (w/Raymond)
- Doubles finalist: 1995
- Doubles semi-finalist: 1998,2007
- Doubles quarter-finalist: 1992, 1993, 2000, 2003, 2005
- Mixed Doubles champion: 2001 (w/Woodbridge)
Doubles titles Edit
- 2008 - Qatar (w/Peschke)
- 2007 - Los Angeles, Zürich, Stuttgart (w/Peschke)
- 2006 - Sydney (w/Morariu), Zürich, San Diego (all w/Black)
- 2005 - Eastbourne (w/Raymond), Stanford, Zürich, Philadelphia (all w/Black)
- 2004 - Wimbledon, Sydney, Tokyo [Pan Pacific], San Diego, Filderstadt, Zürich (all w/Black)
- 2003 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (w/Bovina), Los Angeles (w/Pierce), Filderstadt (w/Raymond)
- 2002 - Miami, Sydney, Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Scottsdale, Indian Wells, Charleston, Eastbourne, Stanford (all w/Raymond)
- 2001 - Wimbledon, US Open, WTA Tour Championships, Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Scottsdale, Charleston, Eastbourne (all w/Raymond)
- 2000 - Australian Open, Rome, Madrid, San Diego (all w/Raymond)
- 1999 - Oklahoma City, New Haven, Zürich, Moscow, Philadelphia (all w/Raymond)
- 1998 - Hannover, Boston (both w/Raymond)
- 1997 - Québec City, Philadelphia (both w/Raymond)
- 1996 - Chicago, Philadelphia (both w/Raymond)
- 1995 - Birmingham (w/Bollegraf)
- 1994 - Osaka (w/Neiland), Strasbourg (w/McNeil)
- 1993 - Indian Wells (w/Sukova), Hamburg (w/Graf)
- 1992 - Osaka (w/Sukova), Hamburg (w/Graf), Birmingham, Montréal [Canadian Open] (both w/McNeil).
Women's Doubles Performance TimelineEdit
To prevent confusion and double counting, information in this table is updated only once a tournament or the player's participation in the tournament has concluded.
|Grand Slam Win-Loss||0-1||2-4||1-4||10-3||12-4||4-2||12-4||6-4||2-1||15-3||9-4||18-4||19-4||17-4||8-4||11-4||9-4||17-4||11-4||6-2||189-65|
- ↑ WTA Player Profile, 2007-11-11
- ↑ Pearce, Linda (2006-01-07), “Never lost for words”, The Age, <http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2006/01/06/1136387626879.html?from=rss>. Retrieved on 2007-10-04