Okt. Apr. Mona Barthel näht ihre Klamotten selbst und verzichtet auf Facebook und Twitter. Nicht nur deswegen unterscheidet sie sich von der. Apr. Ein Jahr ist es her, da stand Mona Barthel zum ersten Mal im Mona Barthel: Natürlich nicht. . Immerhin wird dort Ihre Akne oft thematisiert. Mona Barthel (* Juli in Bad Segeberg) ist eine deutsche Tennisspielerin . Auf der WTA Tour gewann sie bislang vier Einzel- und zwei Doppeltitel. Jetzt der Erstrundenerfolg bringt mir nochmal Punkte", sagte die glückliche Siegerin, will sich aber nicht weiter mit http: Mir fällt das gar nicht schwer. Ich habe doch nicht gesagt, dass sie es theoretisch nicht könnte. Überhaupt nicht, meine Eltern haben es meiner Schwester und mir immer offen gelassen, was wir machen wollten. Und wir haben eine unglaublich schöne Anlage. Bei der Partie Deutschland gegen Serbien gab Barthel am Auch ihr eigener Körper kam der Profitennisspielerin unendlich schwer vor. Durch die Nutzung dieser Website erklären Sie sich mit den Nutzungsbedingungen und der Datenschutzrichtlinie einverstanden. Zu beweisen, dass ich mit den Besten der Welt mithalten kann, war eine Bestätigung dafür, dass ich mich für das Richtige entschieden habe. Das finde ich nicht schlimm. War es bei solch sportlichen Eltern vorgezeichnet, dass Sie ebenfalls ein Leben im Leistungssport führen würden? Da wird geneckt, gekichert, umarmt, in die Kamera gestrahlt, der Tennisschläger als Gitarre benutzt. Man mag es kaum glauben, dass es so einfach möglich ist, mit Menschen, mit denen man das Jahr über konkurriert, plötzlich ein funktionierendes Miteinander zu bilden. Mich erstaunt dann doch etwas, dass sie fast zweimal so viele Winner wie Pavlyuchenkova im 2. Januar um
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In her first match she lost to Ana Ivanovic in three sets but beat Bojana Jovanovski to bring the tie all-square at 2—2.
She had to withdraw the Premier 5 tournament in Rome, due to a stomach illness. At the second Grand Slam of the year in Paris, she lost to Angelique Kerber in the first round, despite having set points in the first set tie-break.
At the Wimbledon Championships , Barthel advanced to the second round for the first time in her career, but was again on the losing end to Keys.
In Toronto she reached the second round but lost to Sloane Stephens in three sets. She faced Serena Williams in her next match but lost in round three.
Barthel started her season at the ASB Classic where she was a semifinalist the previous year. Seeded 7th, she lost in the 1st round to Yvonne Meusburger of Austria , Seeded 6th, she defeated Elina Svitolina in the 1st round , In the 3rd round, she lost to eventual quarterfinalist and 28th seed Flavia Pennetta , despite serving for the second set at Barthel added further disappointment to her season with a 1st round loss at the Qatar Total Open to compatriot Annika Beck 5 , Barthel retired down , due to gastrointestinal illness.
In the 1st round, she defeated Belinda Bencic 4 , She advanced to the 3rd round when compatriot and 16th seed Sabine Lisicki was forced to retire with a wrist injury at , In the 1st round, she defeated Maria Kirilenko , She, as the 4th seed, reached the qualifying round by beating wildcard Yulia Putintseva , She lost to 18th seed and compatriot Annika Beck in the final round of qualifying , In the final round of qualifying, Barthel lost to 11th seed Belinda Bencic , 6.
She beat 7th seed Caroline Garcia in the 1st round 3 , In the 1st round, she beat fellow qualifier Bethanie Mattek-Sands , , She defeated wildcard Mandy Minella in the 1st round , During her preparation for , Barthel suffered a torn ligament in her right foot.
Barthel began the year at the ASB Classic. Seeded 8th, she lost in the 1st round to Ana Konjuh , Seeded 7th, she lost in the 1st round to qualifier and eventual finalist Madison Brengle 6 , , 2.
In the 1st round, she beat qualifier Klaartje Liebens , In the 2nd round, Barthel upset 1st seed Eugenie Bouchard , , In the 1st round, she faced French wildcard Virginie Razzano.
Barthel retired down , due to a wrist injury. She lost in the 1st round to eventual champion Belinda Bencic , 7. After Wimbledon, Barthel competed at the Swedish Open where she was the 4th seed and defending champion.
She defeated Kiki Bertens in the 1st round 4 , , She reached the quarterfinals by defeating wildcard Carol Zhao ,  and 6th seed and compatriot Andrea Petkovic , , 4.
In the 1st round, she defeated qualifier Casey Dellacqua , , 4. In the final, Barthel lost to Misaki Doi , 7 , Barthel began her year at the ASB Classic.
In the 1st round, she faced 4th seed Svetlana Kuznetsova. Barthel retired trailing , due to illness. Barthel returned at the French Open.
She lost in the 1st round to World Number 63 Irina Falconi , , Barthel began her grass court season at the Aegon Open Nottingham. Seeded 7th, she lost in the 1st round to World Number 89 and eventual finalist Alison Riske , Seeded 7th, Barthel was defeated in the 1st round by World Number and eventual champion Viktorija Golubic , , At the Connecticut Open , Barthel lost in the 2nd round of qualifying to Camila Giorgi , Her ranking dropped from to In the semifinals, she lost to 5th seed and eventual champion Hsieh Su-Wei , , Barthel began her season by playing in the qualifying rounds at the ASB Classic.
In the main draw, Barthel reached the 4th round at the Australian Open for the first time in her career after having wins over wildcard Destanee Aiava , 29th seed Monica Puig , and wildcard Ashleigh Barty.
Her ranking improved from to Barthel began her clay court season at the Volvo Car Open. She beat American Jennifer Brady in the 1st round , In the 1st round, she beat 6th seed Shuai Zhang , In the quarterfinals, Barthel defeated Camila Giorgi 0 , 6.
In the 1st round, she beat Peng Shuai , , In the 3rd round, Barthel lost to 8th seed and eventual champion Elina Svitolina , , Seeded 7th, Barthel lost in the 1st round to qualifier Jana Fett , , In the main draw, she was defeated in the 2nd round by 7th seed Svetlana Kuznetsova , , Seeded 4th at the Ladies Championship Gstaad , Barthel was defeated in the 1st round by Maria Sakkari , , Barthel plays aggressively, and is primarily known for her power and movement.
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