Anke Huber (GER)
Anke Huber is a retired professional tennis player. In 1991, she became the youngest quarter-finalist in the history of the Australian Open at age 16 after having received the Most Impressive Newcomer award of the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) in 1990. At the peak of her career she was the world’s number 4 in 1996. In total, she played 23 tournament finals winning 12 events. She also represented Germany at the Olympic Games in Barcelona (1992) and Atlanta (1996) and was part of Germany’s Fed Cup winning team in 1992.
Anke Huber retired from professional Tennis in 2001 at age 27. Outside the court, Huber served on the WTA Tour’s players’ council and was a spokesperson for the WTA Tour’s FIRST SERVE school initiative. After the end of her professional career, Anke Huber started serving as co-tournament directress for the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix tournament in the city of Filderstadt, Germany and a mother to two children.
Anke, how would you end the following sentence?
What if ... I had not received the support to take the right decision?