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Manon Meulenberg

Availability status: Committed

University: University of Tulsa

Personal Profile

Country: Belgium

Date of birth: 28th February 2000

Height: 5 feet 6 inches

Weight: 130 lbs

Sex: Female

Academic Information

School: Helmo University Belgium (1st year)

High School Graduation Year: Spring 2017

College Enrollment Year: Fall 2018


High School Grades: English: A, French: A, Physics: A, History: A, Geography: A, Religion: A, Maths: B+, Biology: B+, Chemistry: C+;

SAT:  not needed – university transfer

Cambridge Exam: B2 Level (87 Toefl)

Tennis Profile

Top 5 Tournament Finishes:

Winner VOO Belgium Junior Masters (twice)

Finalist 2013 Ouatt Cup (singles)

Winner 2013 Ouatt Cup (doubles)

Winner of 1 Tennis Europe singles tournament

Winner of 2 Tennis Europe doubles tournaments

UTR Ranking: 11.56 (2015)

National Ranking (Belgium): 54th

National Ranking (Germany): 194th

Tennis Europe Ranking (2016): 140th

Tournament Wins (2017): Yonex Cup Overath, Dreco Cup Alsdorf, Saitenfarm Cup, TLC Winter Cup, two wins on the Belgian women’s circuit

Name the 5 strongest players you have beaten:

Carole Monnet (UTR 12)

Mina Hodzic (UTR 11.49)

Giulia Morlet (UTR 11)

Weronika Baszak (UTR 11)

Diae El Jardi (UTR 11)

Tennis Team Selections: GW Aachen (Germany Regionalliga)


Give us 5 words that best describe you as an athlete:

winner, aggressive, determined, courageous, teammate

Tell us about your best memory of your athletic career:

My best tennis memories are when I was 13 years old and won my first international tournament in doubles and singles at the Ouatt Cup. I was representing my home country of Belgian which made it extra special. I then followed it up the year after that by winning my first Tennis Europe singles tournament in a long three set match where I had lost the first set!


My short term goal is to play college tennis, to be a great teammate and to help my team win. I then want to get my college degree as well. My long term goal is to be a professional tennis player!

Anything else we should know?

Since the age of 9 I have wanted to be a tennis pro and I have sacrificed a lot in order to put me in the best position to succeed. I have dedicated myself to my tennis career and want to continue doing so by playing college tennis. I am aware of the fact that a pro career is risky, so it is crucial for me to first get my college degree.

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