LATEST LIST OF PHILIPPINES TOP TENNIS PLAYERS-WOMEN’S GROUP AS OF TODAY.
Filipinos are known to be individuals possessing something extraordinary when it comes to different field, literally in sports. Stories behind this success fired up the readers to be inspired and feel motivated.
PhilTennis.com, one of the leading tennis news portal in the Philippines, enumerates the high-profiled Top Filipino Tennis Players-Women’s Group 2019, regardless of their respective age group they belong.
Marian Jade Capadocia – a Filipina tennis player from San Jose, Antique. Started at the age of eight (8) and became a professional tennis player at 15. Marian Jade bags massive titles both local and international tournaments that makes her #1 in the 18 and under and women singles category in the Philippines year 2012.
Best bet Capadocia sweeps the 2011 Champion of Women’s Udondhani Open in Thailand, 2011 South East Asia tournament bronze medal, Champion title in Single and Doubles 18 and under United States Tennis Association (USTA) Canyon Crest Summer Junior Open Tournament in California, Women’s Doubles Title in the 2018 Bahrain ITF Futures Tennis Tournament with her doubles partner, Fatma Al Nabhani of Oman.
Currently, Marian Jade gain the top 3 in Women’s Singles Ranking based on Unified Tennis Philippines (UTP) ranking, #1243 and #392 in ITF World Tennis Singles and Doubles Ranking respectively as of January 2019.
Anna Clarice Patrimonio – is a Filipino female tennis player from Manila. She is third (3rd) child of Purefoods TJ Hotdogs basketball legend Alvin Patrimonio and Cindy Conwi. She racked up her first racket at the age of eight (8) years old.
Her coach, Karl Santamaria, took her in California when Anna Clarice represents the Philippines at the 2011 Fed Cup and in 2011 Southeast Asian Games, held in Palembang in Indonesia which she grabs two medals. Got her silver medal in 2017 SEA Games women’s tennis singles held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia beating Kuksika Kumkhum of Thailand.
Khim Iglupas – a Filipina tennis player came from Iligan City. Her humble beginning commenced from her first play at the age of six (6). Right now, she’s top 449 in ITF World Tennis Singles.
This Ilongga player represents the Philippines in the SEA Games 2015, Fedcup 2016 Singles and Doubles Category sweeping silver medal with a partner, Anna Clarice Patrimonio. Khim victoriously gains the title in Girls Singles Finals in 2016 Hong Kong International Tennis Federation (ITF) Junior Tennis Championship.
Shaira Hope Rivera – is a Filipina professional tennis player from Monkayo, Compostella Valley province of Davao del Norte. Her first age-group tournaments were 16 and 18-under championship by Cebuana Lhuillier in Digos, City. Then, emerged her professional career in Girls 16-under Champion in the Olivarez Cup Open 2015 and qualified in Singapore for the WTA Futures Stars the same year.
With the help of her coach Marivic Salvador, Rivera triumphed a singles gold medal in the Philippine Olympic Committee-Philippine Sports Commission (POC-PSC) National Games in Manila. She got her career high combined with 968 dated 16 January 2017.
Anna Christine “Tin” Patrimonio, sister of Anna Clarice Patrimonio – is also a professional tennis player. She started playing at 12. She became an official housemate of a reality show, Pinoy Big Brother, the year 2011 which gave her opportunities in show business.
She played for National University Lady Bulldogs college varsity tennis team. Tin led Lady Bulldogs to catch their 3 consecutive UAAP tennis championships from 2013 to 2015 and she was MVP in UAAP Season 78 women’s lawn tennis tournament.
Marianne Hillary De Guzman – popularly known “Akiko” de Guzman, is a 24-year-old professional tennis player originated in Manila, Philippines.
Akiko de Guzman, with her veteran partner Bambi Zoleta, won the Ladies’ Doubles Title defeated Khryzelle Sampaton and Rachelle De Guzman, 6-1, in 36th Philippine Columbian Association (PCA) Open in Paco, Manila.
Princess Catindig – is a 20-year old Filipino tennis player from Santa Rosa, Laguna. One of the soft tennis players represented the Philippines in 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia seizing gold medals in women’s open singles and team events for the Philippines’ pride take home seven-gold medal in all.
Top seed Catindig, with partner Chynna Mamawal, banged the first doubles match, 4-1, which boosted San Beda College to its fifth straight National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) soft tennis championship at Rizal Memorial Tennis Center. Princess reigned as 2018 NCAA Most Valuable Player (MVP) award.
Rachelle De Guzman – is a Lady Green Tennister of her former college varsity De La Salle University and the team captain year 2018 during UAAP Season 81 with a bronze medal finish. She is locale from Biñan, Laguna.
De Guzman, together with Marinel Rudas and Nikki Arandiahad won their singles matches, 3-2 victory over the Tigresses to empower the Lady Archers. Today, she claimed the Top 10 in Women’s Single Ranking courtesy from Unified Ranking 2019.
Jhastine Red Ballado – is a junior tennis player From Manila. From Science City of Munoz which received gold and silver medals for singles and doubles category in the Selangor Milo International Championships and Perlis Milo International championship respectively year 2016.
The 16-year old Ballado also received bronze and silver medal under the singles and doubles category in the Hatyai 100 Plus International Junior Tennis Championships held in Thailand in the same year. In 2014, she sweeps championship title in 16th Head Junior Satellite Circuit annual age-group tournament in Olongapo City and tenth leg of 19th Head Junior Tennis Satellite Circuit championship title 16 under girls’ singles in at La Union year 2017.
Sydney Ezra Enriquez – a charismatic professional tennis player from Salug, Zamboanga del Norte since 2017. She started her interest in tennis since age 7.
Enriquez got her first medal in regional school competition in her first try at Zamboanga Peninsula Regional Athletic Association (ZPRAA) 2013 Pagadian City. She claimed 4 titles, 14-U,16-U,18-U girls and doubles 18 girls, in PPS-PEPP Koronadal City Age-Group Tennis sponsored by Palawan Express Pera Padala Regional Age-Group last 2017.
Khrizelle Sampaton – is a tennis player from Puerto Princesa, Palawan and former player of Ateneo de Manila University Lady Eagles.
Sampaton marked her senior year in UAAP Season 80. She defeated UST team co-captain Kendies Malinis in the first singles match. The Lady Eagle exit trimly the UAAP with result 6-4, 7-5 victory.
Miles Vitaliano – is a Filipino professional tennis player represented the Philippines in WTA Future Stars Tournament 2014 in Singapore and competed in world junior tennis championship in Sri Lanka and Thailand year 2016.
Miles Vitaliano takes home two titles in the last leg of 18th Head Graphene XT Junior Tennis Satellite Circuit 2016 at the Rizal Memorial Tennis Center.
Kryshana Brazal – 2016 Palarong Pambansa champion originally from Pasig City. She reigned in 14-U crown in 29th Andrada Cup 6-2, 6-1, for the girls’ category.
At the fifth PSC-Philta National age-group tennis tournament, this 14-year old player top seed outcast her opponent in 14-under, 6-0, 6-0 in 2014.
Rafaella Jean Villanueva – also known as “Rafa Villanueva”, started playing tennis at the age of 6. Since 2013, she’s competing in ITF Junior Circuit with her highest rank 1111 last 2017.
Villanueva dominates 12 under girls singles category at 11 years old at the Tru-Flex National Age-Group in 2011 sanctioned by Philippine Tennis Academy(PHILTA). She also qualified in 16 and under category in the first WTA Future Stars Tournament held in Singapore 2014.
Alexandra Eala – is a high-profile tennis player as of today. Her interest in tennis came as early as 4-years old. Shes in ITF Ranking number 122 worldwide.
Alexandra’s enormous winning titles marked in international tournaments. She smashed the champion; single title in France 36th edition Les Petits As-Le Mondial Lacoste singles girls, singles and doubles titles at the ITF European Under 14 circuit in Hasselt, Belgium and many more.
She was awarded as 2018 with Europe’s Overseas Player of the Year honor in the girl’s division. Pinay netsetter Alex joined Asian 16 and Under Team that will compete in three tournaments in India and finished second. She is continuing eighth-grade studies in Spain.
Information is gathered through local and international events that the players engaged. Ranks are analytically on the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) and Unified Tennis Philippines (UTP).
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