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Suzanna Wibowo
Indonesian tennis player

Suzanna Wibowo

Suzanna Wibowo
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Intro Indonesian tennis player
Is Athlete Tennis player
From Indonesia
Field Sports
Gender female
Birth 25 November 1963
Age 58 years
Star sign Sagittarius
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Biography

Suzanna Wibowo (born 25 November 1963) is a former Indonesian professional tennis player. She is sometimes known by her maiden name, Suzanna Anggarkusuma.
She first represented Indonesia in the Fed Cup in 1981. She made her debut as a professional in July 1986, aged 22, in the doubles competition of an ITF tournament in Brindisi, Italy, which she and partner Yayuk Basuki won. She played her last professional tournament in June 2006, in New Delhi, at the age of 43.
She was part of Indonesia's Fed Cup team in 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 and finally in 2003.
Wibowo won the gold medal in the Women's Doubles at the 1986 Asian Games and 1990 Asian Games, partnered both times by Yayuk Basuki. She also won the bronze medal in the Mixed Doubles at both of those tournaments.
Through 1991, she qualified for the main draw in the Women's Doubles at the Australian Open and French Open, and both the Women's Doubles and Mixed Doubles at Wimbledon, but did not proceed past the first round in any of these competitions.
Wibowo represented Indonesia at the 1992 Summer Olympics at Barcelona.
She is married to fellow former professional tennis player, Tintus Wibowo. Together they won the bronze medal in Mixed Doubles at the 1986 Asian Games. Suzanna and Tintus are now both professional tennis coaches. They are the parents of Ayrton Wibowo, who is an emerging professional player and part of Indonesia's 2008 Davis Cup team.

WTA Tour wins(1)

Singles Winner (0)

Doubles Winner (1)

  • 1991 - Pattaya, Thailand (Tier V), w/ Nana Miyagi

ITF Circuit wins (25)

Singles Winner (3)

  • 1990 - Nuriootpa, Australia
  • 1989 - Jakarta Masters, Indonesia
  • 1986 - Matsuyama, Japan

Doubles Winner (22)

  • 1994 - Istanbul, Turkey w/ Natalia Soetrisno
  • 1993 - Manila, Philippines w/ Natalia Soetrisno
  • 1993 - Bangkok, Thailand w/ Nicole Pratt
  • 1993 - Bandar, Brunei w/ Romana Tedjakusuma
  • 1990 - Nuriootpa, Australia w/ Yayuk Basuki
  • 1990 - Nagasaki, Japan w/ Yayuk Basuki
  • 1990 - Saga, Japan w/ Yayuk Basuki
  • 1990 - Jakarta, Indonesia w/ Yayuk Basuki
  • 1990 - Torino, Italy w/ Ei Iida
  • 1990 - Jakarta, Indonesia w/ Yayuk Basuki
  • 1989 - Nuriootpa, Australia w/ Yayuk Basuki
  • 1989 - Jakarta, Indonesia w/ Yayuk Basuki
  • 1989 - Milan, Italy w/ Yayuk Basuki
  • 1989 - Jakarta Masters, Indonesia w/ Yayuk Basuki
  • 1987 - Matsuyama, Japan w/ Yayuk Basuki
  • 1987 - Ibaraki, Japan w/ Yayuk Basuki
  • 1987 - Subiaco, Italy w/ Yayuk Basuki
  • 1987 - Paliano, Italy w/ Yayuk Basuki
  • 1986 - Kyoto, Japan w/ Yayuk Basuki
  • 1986 - Matsuyama, Japan w/ Yayuk Basuki
  • 1986 - Saga, Japan w/ Yayuk Basuki
  • 1986 - Brindisi, Italy w/ Yayuk Basuki

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