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Full name  Jang Su-jeong
Career titles  5 ITF
Country (sports)  South Korea
Name  Jang Su-jeong

Prize money  $93,036
Role  Tennis Player
Career record  143–100
Turned pro  2010
Jang Su-jeong Jang SuJeong Photos KDB Korea Open Tennis Championship
Born  13 March 1995 (age 20) Busan, South Korea (1995-03-13)
Plays  Right-handed (two-handed backhand)

Jang Su Jeong v Peng Shuai - 2016 ITF Tokyo

Jang Su-jeong (Korean: 장수정 hanja: 張修貞 ; born 13 March 1995) is a South Korean tennis player.


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Jang has won six singles and six doubles titles on the ITF tour in her career. On 15 May 2017, she reached her best singles ranking of world number 125 and peaked at world number 218 in the doubles rankings.

Jang Su-jeong ITF Tennis Pro Circuit Player Profile JANG Su Jeong

Jang's most successful performance to date came at the 2013 KDB Korea Open, where she reached the quarterfinals with a three-set win over Ons Jabeur of Tunisia.

Jang Su-jeong Jang SuJeong Photos KDB Korea Open Tennis Championship


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Jang had a good career as a singles junior player, reaching her highest ranking in that category as World No. 68. Her best junior grand slam was at the 2011 US Open, where she reached the third round. Her lone junior singles title was the Yangdu International Junior Championships (Gangwon, 2008).

She won her first ITF Women's Circuit title in Bundaberg, Australia on 30 March 2013, winning the doubles title with Lee So-ra. The pair has defeated Miki Miyamura and Varatchaya Wongteanchai 7–6(4), 4–6, [10–8] in the final.


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