Anke Huber

1974 - Today

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Anke Huber (born 4 December 1974) is a German retired top-five professional tennis player. She was the runner-up in women's singles at the 1996 Australian Open and the 1995 WTA Finals. Huber won twelve singles and one doubles title on the WTA Tour. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Anke Huber has received more than 165,959 page views. Her biography is available in 30 different languages on Wikipedia. Anke Huber is the 381st most popular tennis player (down from 348th in 2019), the 4,943rd most popular biography from Germany (down from 4,322nd in 2019) and the 15th most popular Tennis Player.

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Among tennis players, Anke Huber ranks 381 out of 1,148Before her are Mary Joe Fernández, Virginia Ruzici, Nenad Zimonjić, Karolína Plíšková, Anett Kontaveit, and David Goffin. After her are Hsieh Su-wei, Adrian Mannarino, Ronald Agénor, Dustin Brown, Pat Cash, and Jordi Arrese.

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Among people born in 1974, Anke Huber ranks 294Before her are Fairuza Balk, CeeLo Green, Tomasz Frankowski, Jason Mewes, Nona Gaye, and Big L. After her are Numan Acar, Cara Buono, Chad Allen, Dragoslav Jevrić, Ermonela Jaho, and Oksana Grishuk.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Anke Huber ranks 4,943 out of 6,142Before her are Rudolf Kargus (1952), Walter Mahlendorf (1935), Rainer Zitelmann (1957), Liesel Westermann (1944), Deniz Aytekin (1978), and Amin Younes (1993). After her are Marga Petersen (1919), Marcus Nispel (1963), Dustin Brown (1984), Martin Schmitt (1978), Jens Voigt (1971), and Christina Lathan (1958).


Among tennis players born in Germany, Anke Huber ranks 15Before her are Angelique Kerber (1988), Wilhelm Bungert (1939), Tommy Haas (1978), Sylvia Hanika (1959), Heinrich Schomburgk (1885), and Philipp Kohlschreiber (1983). After her are Dustin Brown (1984), Claudia Kohde-Kilsch (1963), Rainer Schüttler (1976), Nicolas Kiefer (1977), Sabine Lisicki (1989), and Peter Gojowczyk (1989).