Shahar Pe'er

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Shahar Pe'er (Hebrew: שחר פאר, pronounced [ˈʃaχaʁ peˈʔeʁ]; born (1987-05-01)1 May 1987) is an Israeli retired tennis player.Pe'er won five singles and three doubles titles on the WTA Tour, as well as four singles and three doubles titles on the ITF circuit in her career. She reached her best singles ranking of world number 11, the highest of any Israeli tennis player in history, in January 2011. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Shahar Pe'er has received more than 199,939 page views. Her biography is available in 34 different languages on Wikipedia. Shahar Pe'er is the 636th most popular tennis player (down from 534th in 2019), the 372nd most popular biography from Israel (down from 334th in 2019) and the 4th most popular Tennis Player.

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Among tennis players, Shahar Pe'er ranks 636 out of 1,148Before her are Robert Lindstedt, Steve Darcis, Simone Bolelli, Andy Ram, Els Callens, and Kateřina Siniaková. After her are Jean-Julien Rojer, Yayuk Basuki, Taro Daniel, Juan Sebastián Cabal, Judy Tegart-Dalton, and Yulia Putintseva.

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Among people born in 1987, Shahar Pe'er ranks 395Before her are Sarah Snook, Léonard Kweuke, Niels Schneider, Eda Erdem, Freja Beha Erichsen, and Marko Podraščanin. After her are Artur Jędrzejczyk, Brittany Byrnes, Hao Junmin, Kristof Van Hout, Kerli, and Steven Kruijswijk.

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Among people born in Israel, Shahar Pe'er ranks 372 out of 430Before her are Orly Levy (1973), Ben Sahar (1989), Assi Azar (1979), Zeev Suraski (1976), Oren Peli (1970), and Yochai Benkler (1964). After her are Amir Ohana (1976), Gal Fridman (1975), Gila Gamliel (1974), Lucy Aharish (1981), Robert Shwartzman (1999), and Tzipi Hotovely (1978).


Among tennis players born in Israel, Shahar Pe'er ranks 4Before her are Amos Mansdorf (1965), Denis Shapovalov (1999), and Dudi Sela (1985). After her are Harel Levy (1978) and Tzipora Obziler (1973).

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