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Sun Tiantian

Birthdate: 10/12/1981

Height: 175cm
Residence: Henan, China
Weight: 63kg
Plays: Right-handed (two-handed backhand)

WTA Tour singles titles 0
WTA Tour doubles titles 03
Grand Slam titles 0
ITF Womens Circuit singles titles 07
ITF Womens Circuit doubles titles 12
Prize Money 2003 $75,153
Career Prize Money End of 2003 $109,137
Win Loss Record 2003 - Singles 40-26
Career Win Loss Record End of 2003-Singles 120-58

WTA Ranking History
Season-Ending Singles 2003-141; 2002-228; 2001-375; 2000-364
Career-High Singles No. 94 (July 5, 2004)
Career-High Doubles No. 22 (May 24, 2004)

Career Highlights
Winner (4): 2004 - Olympics (w/Li); 2003 - Vienna (w/Li), Quebec City (w/Li), Pattaya City (w/Li).
Finalist (2): 2004 - Hyderabad (w/Li); 2003 - Tashkent (w/Sun).
Semifinalist (7): 2004 - Miami (w/Li), Rome (w/Li), Vienna (w/Li); 2003 - Hyderabad (w/Li), Palermo (w/Li); 2002 - Shanghai (w/Li); 2001 - Shanghai (w/Shen).

Chinese Olympic Team 2004.

Career in Review
2000 - Won two ITF Circuit doubles titles
2001 - Reached first WTA Tour doubles SF at Shanghai (w/Shen) and won two ITF Circuit doubles titles
2002 - Reached second WTA Tour doubles SF, this time partnered with Li at Shanghai; won two ITF Circuit doubles titles
2003 - Reached SF at Hyderabad w/Li and later won first Tour doubles title together at Vienna, after a SF appearance w/Li at Palermo, won back-to-back titles at Quebec City and Pattaya City; won seven ITF Circuit doubles titles

2004 in Detail
January - As a world No. 128 qualifier at Gold Coast, l. 1r to world No. 16 C. Martinez

February - As world No. 126, l. 1r at Hyderabad to No. 482 qualifier Peer and reached doubles final w/Li

March - Suffered back-to-back 1r losses as a qualifier: as world No. 127 at Doha, l. to No. 43 Vento-Kabchi, and as world No. 123 at Miami, l. to No. 52 Kapros; with Li, reached Miami doubles SF, but ret. due to Li suffering a right knee sprain vs. eventual champions Petrova/Shaughnessy

April - As a world No. 117 qualifier at Amelia Island, d. No. 53 Black before l. 2r to former world No. 1 eventual champion Davenport (ranked and seeded No. 4); as a world No. 111 qualifier at Charleston, l. 1r to former No. 2 two-time champion C. Martinez (currently No. 24 and No. 16 seed)

May - W/Li, as No. 7 seeds at Rome, l. SF to top-seeds Ruano Pascual/Suárez; reached doubles SF w/Li as No. 3 seeds at Vienna, l. to No. 1 seeds and eventual champions Navratilova/Raymond

June - As a world No. 111 qualifier at Wimbledon, upset No. 56 Garbin before l. 2r to No. 181 Kremer

August - As No. 8 seeds, won gold medal in doubles w/Li at Athens Olympics (first tennis medal for China) by upsetting No. 2 seeds C. Martinez/Ruano Pascual of Spain in a straight-set final

(wtatour.com September 10, 2004)

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