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Antonia Lottner

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Bio Lottner has won seven singles and six doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit. In June 2018, she reached her best singles ranking of world No. 128. In April 2015, she peaked at No. 131 in the doubles rankings.

Lottner drew attention very early to their skills in tennis. After learning her hand at the tennis school of David Squire, in Kaiserswerth, Duesseldorf, Lottner played for the TC Moers 08 from 2009 onwards. She won the national youngsters tournament in Detmold, junior tournaments in Essen and Moers as well as several European competitions.

Lottner was German champion in the U-12 age group, in spring 2010 in the U-14 age group and in the summer of 2011 German U-16 youth champion in singles and doubles. In addition, she was the number 1 German youth ranking of the U-16 age group.

Lottner also led the U-14 national team in the European Cup in the final round. She was invited by Barbara Rittner to several courses of the German Fed Cup team and belonged to the C-squad main promotion junior women of the DTB.

In June 2012, she reached the semifinals of the junior competition of the French Open; Lottner lost their game with 5-7, 1-6 against Anna Karolina Schmiedlová and thus missed the entry into the final. In Wimbledon, she came in 2012 in the junior competition to the quarter-finals, at the US Open, she was the second time in the semifinals of a Grand Slam tournament. There she lost to Samantha Crawford (6-3, 1-6 and 2-6), which had previously reached the first round in the professionals about the qualification. In addition, Lottner won in July 2012, the International German Junior Championships in Berlin. In July 2012, she was ranked 3rd in the junior world ranking. On June 8, 2013 she lost the junior final of the French Open against Belinda Bencic with 1-6 and 3-6.

In June 2017, Lottner won her first WTA Tour match in s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands. As a qualifier she upset the world No. 6 Dominika Cibulková in the first round.

In early November 2017, then 201st world, she reached her first singles final in Limoges, after having beaten two seeded Jana Čepelová by abandonment then Ekaterina Alexandrova. In the semifinal, she also benefits from the abandonment of her opponent, Sabine Lisicki. She lost in the final against the No. 5 seed Monica Niculescu.

At the end of August 2010, Lottner played their first ITF tournament in Braunschweig. While she failed in the singles in the second round, she moved into the final with doubles partner Jana Nabel. There they were defeated Aminat Kushkova and Olga Panowa 3-6, 0-6.

After the final doubles match at the ITF tournament in Stockholm in late October 2011, Lottner won the singles final on 6 November and secured her first victory in an ITF tournament. In the final she defeated Quirine Lemoine with 4-6, 6-4 and 7-5. In the 2011 season, she came for the TC Moers 08 for use in the Bundesliga (one win in singles and doubles).

Also in the 2012 season Lottner played for the Bundesliga team of TC Moers. At the end of April she failed at the WTA tournament in Stuttgart in the qualification to Anna-Lena Friedsam. On July 22, she won at the side of Julia Kimmelmann at the ITF tournament in Darmstadt their first doubles title.

For the 2013 season she moved to the TEC Waldau Stuttgart. In February, she won the $ 10,000 ITF tournament in Mâcon both singles and doubles. In the singles final, she prevailed against Anna-Giulia Remondina. In doubles, she won with Daria Salnikowa, with whom she had moved a week earlier in Leimen against Francesca Palmigiano and Anna Remondina in the final.

In 2014, she moved to the semi-finals of the doubles competition alongside Anna Zaja at the WTA Premier Tournament in Stuttgart. Both were surprisingly advanced to the main draw, where they were in the semi-final of the pairing Cara Black / Sania Mirza only in a match-tie break with 2-6, 6-2 and [4:10].

The two victories in July 2016 at the tournaments in Versmold and in Prague, Lottner made her first jump in the top 200 in the world rankings at the beginning of August. Therefore, she was also able to report for qualification at the US Open. She reached the main draw there, but lost in the first round Vania King.

In 2017, Lottner took part in the qualifying tournaments for the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon, but could never qualify for the main draw. At the WTA International tournament in July in Gstaad she reached the quarter-finals in singles and scored in November with the entry into the final of the WTA Challenge tournament in Limoges their biggest success so far.

With these good results in the second half of 2017 and the good results on the WTA Tour 2018 in Prague, in Mallorca (round of 16) and in 's-Hertogenbosch (quarter-finals), she was able to climb to 128th in the world ranking in June 2018.

In February 2018, she plays in Minsk against Belarus for the first time for the German Fed Cup team. She has a win and a loss in her Fed Cup record.
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