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Lubomira Bacheva

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Country (sports)  Bulgaria
Career titles  0 WTA, 9 ITF
Weight  64 kg
Handed  Right-handed
Career record  381–275
Height  1.83 m
Retired  2004
Prize money  $534,838
Role  Tennis player
Residence  Sofia, Bulgaria
Plays  Right-handed
Name  Lubomira Bacheva
Turned pro  1990

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Born  7 March 1975 (age 40) Sofia, Bulgaria (1975-03-07)
Highest ranking  No. 68 (1 November 1999)

Lubomira Bacheva (Bulgarian: Любомира Бачева, born 7 March 1975) is a retired professional tennis player from Bulgaria. She reached her career high ranking of No. 68 in the world on 1 November 1999.


Tennis career

As a junior, Bacheva won the European Championships in 1989 and 1991.

Bacheva turned professional in 1990 and spent several years on the ITF Women's Circuit building up her ranking. In 1999, she finally broke through the top 100 and reached her first WTA Tour semifinal at the Estoril Open as a lucky loser. She finished that year at No. 73. She finished 2000 again in the top 100. In 2001, she beat Chanda Rubin for her career best win. She played her last professional match in 2004—a first round loss to Dally Randriantefy in an ITF event.

Bacheva won no WTA singles titles, but did win two doubles titles in Casablanca and Budapest respectively. She was a member of the Bulgarian Fed Cup team from 1993 to 1996.

Doubles: 28 (11–17)

  • W/O = Walkover
  • Doubles (1–2)

  • RPO = Relegation Play–off
  • References

    Lubomira Bacheva Wikipedia

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