Anne White Biography

Published On Jun 15, 2017

Anne White began her career in tennis while at the University of Southern California where she became the two-time All-American tennis player. Later she played for Wimbledon for a brief period of time.

She later received a single title at Phoenix, Arizona after beating Australian tennis player, Dianne Balestrat in the final. Also White grabbed the position in the semi-final for the women's doubles. Beside that White won at Virginia Slims of Arizona single tournament held in the United States in 1987 and became the runner-up in the Edgbaston Cup, United Kingdom

Regarding her ethnicity, Anne is white and holds an American nationality. Besides these, Anne's personal life has been a secret and so far she has not opened up about her affairs and relationship in the media. However, it is assumed that Anna is unmarried and is enjoying her singledom.

Talking about the economic aspect of Anne, she is a wealthy owner of millions of dollars all collected through her career as a tennis player. Besides, endorsements and advertisement are other factors that add up her net worth.

Anne White

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Born in United States OF America.

1961

Anne White is a former professional tennis player from Charleston, West Virginia who was born on September 28, 1961, to her parents.White attended John Adams Junior High School and graduated from George Washington High School.

Best Known for White Body Suit

1985

Famous tennis player White is best-known for wearing a white body suit at Wimbledon which attracted a lot of attention from the crowd and the photographers.

Won Single Title

1987

White won the single title at Phoenix, Arizona beating the top-seeded Dianne Balestrat in the final of the game.  Moreover, she went on to semifinals of the women’s doubles.

Runner-up Edgbaston Cup

1984

Tennis player White is the runner-up for the Edgbaston Cup, the United Kingdom which was played an opponent to Pam Shriver. In the game, the score was 6-7, 3-6 between the two opponents.