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Heidi El Tabakh

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Bio She is an Egyptian-born Canadian former professional tennis player from Toronto, Ontario. Her highest WTA singles ranking is No. 146, which she reached on October 8, 2012. Her career high in doubles is No. 173, which she reached on February 8, 2010. She represented Egypt, the country of her birth, from 2002 to April 2005, but since then has represented Canada. She has been inactive since April 2016. She became Canada's Fed Cup captain in 2018.
El Tabakh won one of the biggest singles tournaments of her career in 2009 at the $25,000 ITF in Valladolid, Spain. In May 2010, she qualified for her first Grand Slam at the French Open, where she lost to Aravane Rezaï in the first round. In April 2012, El Tabakh won the second $25,000 ITF of her career at the Challenger in Jackson. She defeated former world No. 14 Elena Bovina in the final. The week after, she won her second straight and third $25,000 ITF of her career in Pelham. In May 2012, El Tabakh qualified again at the French Open, but lost to fellow Canadian Aleksandra Wozniak in the first round. In May 2014, she won the fourth ITF $25,000 of her career when she defeated Maria Sanchez in Raleigh. In August 2015 at the Rogers Cup, she reached the second round in doubles with fellow Canadian Françoise Abanda. In September 2015 in Redding, El Tabakh captured the seventh singles title of her career, her fifth ITF 25K, after defeating Shérazad Reix in the final. In April 2016, she played her last match at the ITF 50K in Charlottesville where she had to retire in the first round against Sachia Vickery, and has been inactive since.
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