- Mónica Puig ist eine puerto-ricanische Tennisspielerin. Ihr bislang größter Erfolg war der Gewinn der Goldmedaille bei den Olympischen Spielen. Statistiken werden nach Ende des Spiels aktualisiert. Mónica Puig vorheriges Spiel war gegen Di Lorenzo F. in Macon, Ga, Singles W-ITF-USAA, Endstand -. Monica Puig, Miami, FL. Gefällt Mal. #PicaPower tuhstakeout.comMonicaAce
WTA: Olympiasiegerin Monica Puig spricht über ihre Depressionen- Mónica Puig ist eine puerto-ricanische Tennisspielerin. Ihr bislang größter Erfolg war der Gewinn der Goldmedaille bei den Olympischen Spielen. Am August machte sich Monica Puig unsterblich. Die Puerto Ricanerin siegte im Olympia-Endspiel von Rio mit , , gegen. Mónica Puig (* September in San Juan) ist eine puerto-ricanische Tennisspielerin. Ihr bislang größter Erfolg war der Gewinn der Goldmedaille bei den.
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Weeks later, she progressed on Wimbledon and faced home player Johanna Konta in the first round, in which Puig lost to Konta in two sets.
Puig became the second unseeded player to win a medal at the Olympics after Alicia Molik had won bronze in Athens and the first athlete representing Puerto Rico to win a gold medal in any sport.
She is the first Latin American representative to win the gold medal in singles and the second to win a medal after Gabriela Sabatini won silver at the Summer Olympics.
She was not originally seeded at the US Open , but after a withdrawal of seeded Sloane Stephens, Puig became the 32nd seed. Concluding her season with a career best year-end ranking of 32, Puig was unable to replicate her success throughout and fell out of the top 50 in June.
After convincingly dispatching Samantha Stosur in the first round of the Miami Open , Puig came back from a first-set deficit to upset the second seed Caroline Wozniacki in three sets for the fourth top win of her career and a spot in the third round of the Premier Mandatory tournament.
In August , she announced the return of Juan Todero as her coach . Puig has played one season of World TeamTennis making her debut in with the Vegas Rollers for their inaugural season.
The two began their relationship in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Puerto Rican tennis player. Medal record.
Play media. Main article: Monica Puig career statistics. To avoid confusion and double counting, these charts are updated at the conclusion of a tournament or when the player's participation has ended.
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Click here to find out more info. Parents are Jose and Astrid; older brother is Ricky works in the aeronautical industry as an engineer Introduced to tennis by her mother; first tennis memory is playing in a clinic at a country club Favorite surface is hardcourt Speaks fluent Spanish and English Enjoys going to the beach, relaxing at home, spending time with family and her dogs Rio and Luna , reading and creative writing Has made numerous visits home to Puerto Rico to aid and support her fellow islanders with the help of the YoNoMeQuito foundation, which provides motivation and monetary resources to individuals who are determined to seize new opportunities for advancement and bettering their lives.
Finalist 2 : - Luxembourg; - Sydney. Sabalenka and Luxembourg l. Wang ; reached 4r once, 2r six times incl.
Australian Open and US Open ; fell 1r three times incl. Australian Open and Roland Garros ; fell 1r nine times incl. Pliskova , Eastbourne l.