|Country (sports) United States|
Career record 9-17
Prize money $ 49,477
Name Hilary Barte
|Career record 42-32|
Role Tennis Player
Career titles 0 WTA, 1 ITF
Turned pro 2006
|Born November 17, 1988 (age 34) (1988-11-17) |
Highest ranking No. 455 (November 26, 2007)
Hilary barte tennis slow motion
Hilary Barte is an American professional tennis player. She was born on November 17, 1988.
- Hilary barte tennis slow motion
- Hilary barte stanford vs mccall jones ucla february 2011
Hilary barte stanford vs mccall jones ucla february 2011
Barte played #1 singles and made All-American in singles and doubles all four years while at Stanford. She won the NCAA doubles title with Mallory Burdette at the 2011 NCAA Championships.
Barte has won one ITF tournament, a $10,000 donated tournament in Ciudad Obregón. In the final she beat Erika Clarke of Mexico.
She competed at the 2011 US Open Doubles Tournament as a wildcard entrant with her partner Mallory Burdette. In the first round they beat Glatch/Hampton of the United States. They lost in the second round to Andreja Klepač from Slovenia and Anna Tatishvili from Georgia.
ReferencesHilary Barte Wikipedia
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