Biography of Vania King

  • Full Name: Vania King
  • Profession: Athlete
  • Zodiac: Aquarius
  • Place of Birth: Monterey Park, California, USA
  • Date of Birth: Friday, February 3rd, 1989
  • Hobby: Reading, Singing and Playing video games
  • Nationality: American
  • Education: Stanford University
Vania King is a professional tennis player from the United States. Vania play for singles and doubles, although the name is better known in the double class after he won the Wimbledon tournament in 2010 with her doubles partner, Yaroslava Shvedova. Bloody Chinese-American player is the daughter of David and Karen. Vania Chinese blood came from his mother who was a painter.

Vania King
Vania also got the talent to draw from his mother who actively painting typical Chinese painting. Meanwhile, parents Vania also had to have a Fish and Chips restaurant in Long Beach, but the restaurant closed in 2002. Sue is the youngest of four children. He has an older brother named Phillip, and two older sisters named Mindy and Ivana.

Vania started playing tennis when she was stepping 4 years with his father as a coach. The first tournament he attended was when she was 7 years old. Until at the age of 17, my father stopped to train their children Vania and replace with another coach because Vania began ambition to become a professional tennis player, so he needs a coach who is also a professional.

Having twice won Grand Slam titles in women's doubles, as the first winner of the Wimbledon tournament in 2010 and the US Open in 2010, and was runner-up at the US Open 2011 recently, Vania became the best doubles player 6th WTA world version (Women's Tennis Association). Vania admitted that the achievements that have been accomplished not really be a personal desire, even so it is now more confident and hope to be able to further enhance career Vania own volition.

  • Grand Slam finals, women's doubles:
  • The first winner of the Wimbledon Tournament 2010 along Yaroslava Shvedova
  • The first winner of the US Open in 2010 with Yaroslava Shvedova
  • US Open runner-up in 2011 together with Yaroslava Shvedova
  • Grand Slam finals, mixed doubles:
  • French Open runner-up in 2009 along with Marcelo Melo