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Audra Cohen was born on 21 April, 1986, is an American tennis player. Discover Audra Cohen's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 34 years old?

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Age 35 years old
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Born 21 April 1986
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At 35 years old, Audra Cohen height is 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) .

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Audra Cohen Net Worth

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In five seasons as coach of the UNF women's tennis team, she led it to a 77-27 record and four NCAA Tournament appearances and four Atlantic Sun Tournament titles. She was three-time Atlantic Sun Coach of the Year. She left in 2016 to be head coach at the University of Oklahoma.


Cohen was born in California, and is Jewish. When Cohen was a child, she first excelled at swimming, but she picked up a tennis racquet at the age of nine, and became a self-described “club rat,” who would hit as much as possible – first at her local club in California, and then in Florida, where she relocated with her family when she was 12. She learned tennis at Bill Clark's Tennis Academy.


In September 2008 in Beijing she defeated world No. 84 Anne Keothavong of Great Britain in straight sets. Her season-ending rankings were No. 579 in 2006, No. 384 in 2007, and No. 230 in 2008. In 2011, she retired from tennis.


While at Miami, she won the Honda Sports Award as the nation's best female tennis player in 2007.

In August 2007 in Forest Hills, New York, in her greatest upset to date, she defeated world No. 59 Elena Likhovtseva of Russia. At the 2007 US Open, she entered as a wild card and was defeated in the first round by Andrea Petkovic of Germany. In April 2008 in Amelia Island she beat world No. 89 Galina Voskoboeva. In May 2008, partnering with Heidi El Tabakh, she won the Landisville doubles.


She later attended the University of Miami and played tennis for the Hurricanes. In 2006 she was the ITA National Player of the Year, the ACC Player of the Year, and the National Indoor Champion.

She was one of 12 collegiate players to be named to the 2006 USTA Summer Collegiate Team, an elite training program designed to give college's top players exposure to professional tennis by competing on the USTA Pro Circuit. Cohen played in four USTA Circuit events, and reached the semifinals or better in three, including the $10,000 event in Evansville, Indiana, where she captured her first professional title.

She defeated world No. 92 Olga Savchuk, in August 2006 in New Haven, Connecticut. She defeated world No 93 Varvara Lepchenko in a three-set match, in October 2006 in Augusta, Georgia.


She attended Northwestern University in the Fall of 2004, and won her first 23 singles matches. She then won the ITA National Singles Title and the ITA Midwest Championships.


In 2003 Cohen won the doubles title (with Sierra Poske) at the girls' 18 USTA Super National Winter Championships, and the singles and doubles titles (with Kristi Kay Miller) at the girls' 18 USTA Super National Clay Court Championships. She was again a member of the U.S. Junior Fed Cup team. In 2004, she won the doubles title (with Lindsay Burdette) at the girls' 18 Easter Bowl, USTA National Spring Championships.


In 2001 Cohen won the girls' 18 singles title at the November USTA National Open Championships. In 2002, she won the girls' 18 singles titles at the Florence Tennis Association (FTA) designated #6 and the Florida Bush Open, and was a member of the Junior Fed Cup team.


Audra Marie Cohen (born April 21, 1986) is a former American professional tennis player. From Plantation, Florida, she was the # 1 collegiate female tennis player in the United States in 2007. She is currently the head women's tennis coach at the University of Oklahoma.