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Biography: Allison Bradshaw is an American professional tennis player. She was born on November 14, 1980 in San Diego, California. She is currently ranked No. 5 in the world in singles and No. 4 in doubles. She has won two Grand Slam titles, the Australian Open in 2006 and the US Open in 2007. Age: 40 years old Height: 5 feet 8 inches (1.73 m) Physical Stats: Bradshaw has a slim build and weighs around 130 pounds (59 kg). Dating/Affairs: Bradshaw is currently single and not dating anyone. Family: Bradshaw is the daughter of John and Mary Bradshaw. She has two siblings, a brother and a sister. Career: Bradshaw began playing tennis at the age of five and turned professional in 1998. She has won two Grand Slam titles, the Australian Open in 2006 and the US Open in 2007. She has also won two WTA Tour Championships and has reached the finals of the French Open and Wimbledon. Net Worth: Bradshaw has an estimated net worth of $10 million. She earns her money from prize money, endorsements, and other business ventures.
|43 years old
|14 November, 1980
|San Diego, California, United States
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At 43 years old, Allison Bradshaw height is 1.80m .
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One of Bradshaw's most significant results was a second-round victory against Barbara Schett at the 2001 ASB Classic in Auckland, New Zealand, only six months into her professional career. Schett was the second seed at the tournament and one of the highest-ranked players Bradshaw had faced.
During her career she won one ITF singles title and one ITF doubles title. She made her professional debut in 1999 but also made an appearance as a wildcard in doubles at the US Open the previous year, where she lost with Abigail Spears in the first round. She reached the second round of the tournament on her professional debut in 2000. She also reached the third round in 2001 before losing to the fifth seed Kim Clijsters.
Bradshaw started her professional career in 1999, in the qualifying competition for the Acura Classic in her hometown, San Diego, however she lost to German Anke Huber. The following year she spent most of her time playing on the Satellite Tour but again entered the qualifying competition for the San Diego tournament, losing in the second qualifying round against Anne Kremer. She also lost out in qualifying for the WTA Philadelphia tournament (defeated by Gréta Arn). In 2000, she made her Grand Slam singles debut at the US Open. Bradshaw was given one of the wild cards awarded to American players and therefore entered at the first round. She overcame Sarah Pitkowski (ranked number 46 in the world) in the first round before beating Marissa Irvin (ranked 75). In the third round, however, she lost to the world number nine and experienced Spaniard Arantxa Sánchez Vicario 7–6(2), 6–0.
Bradshaw started playing tennis at the age of 6 along with the rest of her family. She graduated from high school in 1998.
Allison Bradshaw (born November 14, 1980) is an American former professional tennis player. She was born in San Diego, California in the United States.
Bradshaw's mother, Valerie Ziegenfuss is a former professional player. She was part of a group of players (the "Original 9") including Billie Jean King and Rosie Casals who rebelled against the United States Tennis Association (U.S.T.A) in 1970 in a pay dispute. They eventually formed their own tennis tour.