Belinda Bencic CHE. Belinda. Bencic. World Ranking # 11. Handedness right. Year Turned Pro 2012. Height 175 cm. Weight 63 kg. Favorited.
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Belinda Bencic ( Slovak: Belinda Benčičová, pronounced [ˈbelinda ˈbentʂitʂɔʋaː]; born 10 March 1997) is a Swiss professional tennis player. She has a career-high ranking of No. 4 by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) which she achieved in February 2020. Bencic has won five singles titles, including a gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo ...
Ranking. Belinda Bencic is a professional tennis player from Switzerland is currently ranked number 12 in the world. She reached a career-high ranking of 4 in February 2020. She has won four singles titles on the WTA Tour and two doubles titles. Prediction. The path to the coveted trophy began for Bencic with a confident victory over Zarina Diyas.
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At the time of writing, Belinda is ranked 4th in the WTA rankings. Although it might seem impressive, the Swiss international has reached higher than that. You can find the latest news, matches, results, live scores, records, and other details related to Belinda Bencic on the Flashscore website.
Belinda Bencic is a Swiss professional tennis player. Bencic has been one of the fab players of all time with Women's Tennis Association(WTA) ranking no. 7 in the world and No. 12 in 2019. Bencic has won three singles and two doubles titles on the WTA tour. The No. 13 seed, Swiss Player Belinda Bencic Beat The US Open Title Defender, Naomi Osaka!
Belinda Bencic WTA rankings, boyfriend, net worth, height, family. January 2, 2021 By Live Sports. Belinda Bencic is an international Switzerland tennis team player. She has won four singles and two doubles titles on the WTA tour in February 2020. She became the top no. 1 ranked junior and won two junior Grand Slam singles later turning 17 when she was 16.