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Xinyu Wang (20) is a tennis player from China, P.R. who has a career-high singles ranking of No. 106. Click here for a full player profile.
Wang Xinyu (Chinese: 王欣瑜; pinyin: Wáng Xīnyú, pronounced [wǎŋ ɕín y̌]; born 26 September 2001) is a Chinese tennis player.. Wang's current team consists of her father Wang Peng; a Serbian technical coach, Aleksandar Slović, who won the men's singles title at 2009 Summer Universiade and once trained with Novak Djokovic when young; a fitness coach from Croatia; and a Chinese ...
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Wang Xinyu is a rising Chinese tennis player. She turned professional in 2018 and currently plays in the ITF and WTA tournaments. Xinyu currently plays under two coaches Wang Peng and Aleksandar Slovic. Wang currently trains at the Tennis & Badminton Centre of the Shenzhen Sports Centre. Wang Xinyu was born on September 26, 2001, in
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Wang Xinyu was born on 26th September 2001, in Shenzhen, China. And at the tender age of 5, she started playing tennis. Right is her dominant hand and she prefers using a two-handed backhand.
Wang Xinyu was born in Shenzhen on September 26, 2001. On Popular Bio, She is one of the successful Tennis Player. She has ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on September 26, 2001. She is one of the Richest Tennis Player who was born in the People’s Republic of China. She also has a position among the list of Most popular Tennis Player.
Wang Xinyu doesn't have to reflect long to pick her best on-court moment of a long 2021 season. "When I made my way through the qualies of Wimbledon," the rising 20-year-old says. That result brought back memories of the 2018 tournament, where she not only became the girls' doubles champion but was invited to a special dinner hosted by illustrious compatriot Li Na to celebrate the future of Asian tennis.