Tennis Player

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Biography - A Short Wiki

British tennis player who became the top-ranked British woman in the WTA rankings in July 2012. She won her first WTA singles title at the Japan Open that year.

She began playing tennis at age 7 and was an outstanding junior player, winning gold at the Commonwealth Games in 2008.

By winning the Japan Open, she became the first British woman to win a WTA singles title since Sara Gomer in 1988.

Family and Personal Life

Her parents are Ian and Michelle Watson.

She succeeded Anne Keothavong as top-ranked British female tennis player in the WTA rankings.

Family Information
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Boyfriend/Girlfriend (Dating)N/A
Civil StatusN/A

Heather Watson - Bikini Photos

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Bikini-clad: The tennis player proudly showed off her voluptuous bikini body.
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Bikini pic: Heather Watson wearing a bikini looks enchanting.
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Beautiful: The tennis player looked to have a good time while flaunting her bikini body.

Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts

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More Interesting Facts
Full/Real NameN/A
Gender (Biological)Female
Age (as of today)31 years
Date of BirthMay 19, 1992
Place of BirthGuernsey
Height1.68 m, 5 feet 6 inches
Weight64 kg, 141 lbs
Net Worth / WealthN/A
OccupationTennis Player

Height, Weight, and Age

Heather Watson's height is pretty average measuring 1.68 m. The tennis player weighs 64 kg. Being born on May 19, 1992, translates to an age of 31 years as of todays date (February 29, 2024).


"You don't just have to be skilled and talented at tennis, but you have to be so physically strong."

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"People ranked No. 80 or No. 90 in the world are tough to play."

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"There's always going to be people saying stuff."

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"I did everything - swimming, dancing, and badminton as well as tennis. It was always tennis that I really loved, though."

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"I think I'm realising that careers for tennis players are very short. On the women's side now, players are starting to peak later on, but the average age is about 31, 32 when you finish playing, so I want to make the most of it while I'm young, fit, and healthy. I don't want to waste any time."

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