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Country (sports)  Brazil
Name  Joana Cortez
Retired  2008
Career titles  7 ITF
Turned pro  1997
Career record  231–217
Height  1.70 m
Prize money  $140,667
Role  Tennis Player

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Full name  Joana Amorim Cortez dos Santos
Born  11 January 1979 (age 36) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (1979-01-11)
Plays  Left-handed (double-handed backhand)

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Joana Amorim Cortez dos Santos (born 11 January 1979) is a retired Brazilian tennis player.


Cortez won seven singles and 26 doubles titles on the ITF tour in her career. On 17 September 2001, she reached her best singles ranking of world number 204. On 5 November 2001, she peaked at world number 115 in the doubles rankings.

Cortez represented Brazil at the 2000 Summer Olympics in women's doubles, reaching the second round with Vanessa Menga. A year previously, the pair won gold at the 1999 Pan American Games. Cortez won gold again in 2003, partnering Bruna Coloso, and in 2007 won bronze with Teliana Pereira in Rio.

Playing for Brazil at the Fed Cup, Cortez had a win–loss record of 23–14.

Cortez played and lost two matches in Grand Slam doubles, at the 2001 US Open and in 2002 in Australia.

After retiring from the professional tour, she became a beach tennis player.

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Joana Cortez Wikipedia

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