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Freya Christie of Great Britain serves

Freya Christie

GB RANKING15

WORLD RANKING558

CAREER HIGH
31/10/2016 286

ITF TITLES13

Last updated: 24/05/2022

Freya Christie of Great Britain hits a backhand

FAVOURITE

SURFACE: Hard

SHOT: Serve

COACH

Mark Taylor

AGE24

HEIGHT180 cm

PLAYSRight-handed

BACKHANDTwo-handed

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FAVOURITE

SURFACE:Hard

SHOT:Serve

COACH

Mark Taylor

Get to know

About

Freya Christie trains in her hometown at Nottingham Tennis Centre, where she took to the game at just five years old. With over a dozen doubles titles already under her belt and a break into the WTA Top 200 for the first time in 2019, Christie has enjoyed a fruitful last 12 months.

QUICK-FIRE FACTS

  • Place of birth: Nottingham
  • Lives: Nottingham
  • Trains: Nottingham Tennis Centre
  • Favourite tournament: Wimbledon
  • Likes: Loves all animals has a dog called Jazz, Maltese and Bichon Friise. Loves cooking when she can – favourite type of food is Italian. Big video gamer – plays a lot of Mario Kart on Nintendo Swith with Maia Lumsden
  • Family: Parents are Andrew Christie and Carol Bloomer, who is a nurse

TENNIS BEGINNINGS

Started playing at 5 years old. Was looking for after school activity. Happened to go to Notts Tots tennis session at Nottingham Tennis Centre

Tennis Career

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