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TANASUGARN Tamarine Name TANASUGARN Tamarine
NOC THA - Thailand Thailand Date of Birth 24 MAY 1977
Residence Gender Female
Height 163 cm Weight 60 kg
Discipline Tennis

Tennis

BiographiesResult
Start Date Start Time Event Partner Score Results Opponent
Name NOC
Women's Doubles
29 SEP 2014 18 : 25 Women's Doubles Gold Medal Match KUMKHUM Luksika 2 - 1 Win CHAN Chin Wei
/ HSIEH Su Wei
TPE - Chinese Taipei TPE
28 SEP 2014 14 : 30 Women's Doubles Semifinal KUMKHUM Luksika 2 - 0 Win CHAN Yung Jan
/ CHAN Hao Ching
TPE - Chinese Taipei TPE
27 SEP 2014 13 : 30 Women's Doubles Quarterfinal KUMKHUM Luksika 2 - 1 Win HOZUMI Eri
/ AOYAMA Shuko
JPN - Japan JPN
25 SEP 2014 13 : 00 Women's Doubles Second Round KUMKHUM Luksika 2 - 0 Win CHONG Eudice Wong
/ ZHANG Ling
HKG - Hong Kong, China HKG
Mixed Doubles
27 SEP 2014 16 : 45 Mixed Doubles Quarterfinal UDOMCHOKE Danai 1 - 2 Lose ZHENG Jie
/ ZHANG Ze
CHN - China CHN
26 SEP 2014 17 : 00 Mixed Doubles Second Round UDOMCHOKE Danai 2 - 0 Win HUEY Treat Conrad
/ DY Denise
PHI - Philippines PHI
Women's Team
22 SEP 2014 10 : 30 Women's Team Quarterfinal 1 - 2 Lose Chinese Taipei TPE - Chinese Taipei TPE
20 SEP 2014 10 : 30 Women's Team First Round 2 - 1 Win Uzbekistan UZB - Uzbekistan UZB

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocation
Asian Games
2Singles2002Busan, KOR
2Singles1998Bangkok, THA
SemifinalMixed Doubles X2010Guangzhou, CHN
SemifinalTeam2010Guangzhou, CHN
QuarterfinalSingles2010Guangzhou, CHN
QuarterfinalSingles2006Doha, QAT
QuarterfinalTeam2006Doha, QAT
Olympic Games
Last 64Singles2008Beijing, CHN
Grand Slam
SemifinalWomen's Doubles W2011Wimbledon
QuarterfinalSingles2008Wimbledon
Last 16Women's Doubles W2013Wimbledon
Last 16Women's Doubles W2012Wimbledon
Last 16Women's Doubles W2012Roland Garros
Last 32Women's Doubles W2013Roland Garros
Last 32Women's Doubles W2012US Open
Last 32Mixed Doubles X2009Wimbledon
Last 32Women's Doubles W2009Wimbledon
Last 32Women's Doubles W2008Wimbledon
Last 32Women's Doubles W2008Australian Open
Last 32Women's Doubles W2007US Open
Last 32Women's Doubles W2007Wimbledon
Last 32Women's Doubles W2007Roland Garros
Last 64Women's Doubles W2014Australian Open
Last 64Women's Doubles W2013Australian Open
Last 64Women's Doubles W2012Australian Open
Last 64Singles2011Wimbledon
Last 64Women's Doubles W2011US Open
Last 64Women's Doubles W2011Australian Open
Last 64Singles2010Australian Open
Last 64Women's Doubles W2010Wimbledon
Last 64Women's Doubles W2010Roland Garros
Last 64Women's Doubles W2010Australian Open
Last 64Singles2009Roland Garros
Last 64Women's Doubles W2009Roland Garros
Last 64Women's Doubles W2009Australian Open
Last 64Women's Doubles W2008US Open
Last 64Women's Doubles W2008Roland Garros
Last 64Singles2007Roland Garros
Last 64Women's Doubles W2007Australian Open
Round 1Singles2012Wimbledon
Round 1Singles2012Roland Garros
Round 1Singles2012Australian Open
Round 1Singles2011US Open
Round 1Singles2011Australian Open
Round 1Singles2010Wimbledon
Round 1Singles2010Roland Garros
Round 1Singles2009US Open
Round 1Singles2009Wimbledon
Round 1Singles2009Australian Open
Round 1Singles2008US Open
Round 1Singles2008Roland Garros
Round 1Singles2008Australian Open
Round 1Singles2007US Open
Round 1Singles2007Wimbledon
Round 1Singles2007Australian Open
Race to the WTA Championships
1Women's Doubles W2012GRC Bank Guangzhou International Women's Open
1Singles2010HP Japan Women's Open Tennis
2Women's Doubles W2013Monterrey Open
SemifinalWomen's Doubles W2012PTT Pattaya Open
SemifinalWomen's Doubles W2011Wimbledon
QuarterfinalWomen's Doubles W2014PTT Pattaya Open
QuarterfinalSingles2012PTT Pattaya Open
QuarterfinalWomen's Doubles W2012Baku Cup
QuarterfinalWomen's Doubles W2012AEGON Classic
QuarterfinalSingles2011HP Japan Women's Open Tennis
QuarterfinalWomen's Doubles W2011PTT Pattaya Open
QuarterfinalWomen's Doubles W2010HP Japan Women's Open Tennis
Last 16Women's Doubles W2013Wimbledon
Last 16Women's Doubles W2013AEGON Classic
Last 16Women's Doubles W2013Brussels Open
Last 16Women's Doubles W2013Sony Open Tennis
Last 16Singles2012HP Open
Last 16Singles2012Baku Cup
Last 16Women's Doubles W2012HP Open
Last 16Women's Doubles W2012Rogers Cup, CAN
Last 16Women's Doubles W2012Wimbledon
Last 16Women's Doubles W2012AEGON International
Last 16Women's Doubles W2012Roland Garros
Last 16Women's Doubles W2012Apia International Sydney
Last 16Women's Doubles W2011Toray Pan Pacific Open
Last 16Women's Doubles W2011Hansol Korea Open
Last 32Women's Doubles W2013Roland Garros
Last 32Women's Doubles W2012US Open
Last 32Singles2011Toray Pan Pacific Open
Last 32Singles2011Hansol Korea Open
Last 32Singles2011Texas Tennis Open
Last 32Singles2011BMW Malaysian Open
Last 32Singles2011PTT Pattaya Open
Last 32Singles2011Moorilla Hobart International
Last 64Women's Doubles W2014Australian Open
Last 64Women's Doubles W2013Australian Open
Last 64Singles2012AEGON Classic
Last 64Women's Doubles W2012Australian Open
Last 64Singles2011Wimbledon
Last 64Women's Doubles W2011US Open
Last 64Women's Doubles W2011Australian Open
Round 1Singles2012Wimbledon
Round 1Singles2012Roland Garros
Round 1Singles2012Australian Open
Round 1Singles2011US Open
Round 1Singles2011Australian Open
WTA Ranking
396Singles2014

Detailed Information

Biography
Nickname Tammy (nationmultimedia.com, 17 May 2013)
Occupation Athlete, Coach
Higher education Law - Bangkok University, Thailand
Languages Spoken Thai, English
Position / Style Double-handed backhand (wtatennis.com, 04 Feb 2014)
Plays Right (wtatennis.com, 04 Feb 2014)
Sporting / famous Relatives Her father Virachai played basketball for Thailand at the Olympic Games in 1960 and 1964. (wtatennis.com, 04 Feb 2014)
Injuries In May 2010 an elbow injury forced her to withdraw from a tournament in Strasbourg, France. (sonyericssonwtatour.com, 22 Jul 2010)<BR/><BR/>In 2009 she suffered a right elbow injury that forced her to miss tournaments in Los Angeles, CA, United States, and Cincinnati, OH, United States. (sonyericssonwtatour.com, 22 Jul 2010)<BR/><BR/>In 2004 she suffered an injury to her right shoulder that forced her to miss a tournament in Stanford, CA, United States. (WTA, 31 Aug 2006)<BR/><BR/>In 2004 she suffered tendinitis in her right knee during a match in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. She was forced to withdraw from the event, and the next tournament in Doha, Qatar. (WTA, 31 Aug 2006)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
She took up tennis at age four in Bangkok, Thailand. (Athlete, 13 Nov 2010)

Reason for taking up this sport
Her family encouraged her to take up the sport. (Athlete, 13 Nov 2010)

Most memorable sporting achievement
Winning gold in the women's doubles at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, Korea. (bangkokpost.com, 29 Sep 2014)

Hero
Tennis player Monica Seles. (wtatennis.com, 04 Feb 2014)

Most influential person in career
Her father. (Athlete, 13 Nov 2010)

Superstitions / Rituals
She carries a heart-shaped lucky charm with her. (wtatennis.com, 04 Feb 2014)

Sporting philosophy / motto
"Try your best." (Athlete, 31 Jul 2008)

Awards
She was named 1996 Best Female Athlete by the Press Association of Thailand. (WTA, 21 Apr 2004)

She was Thailand's flag bearer at the opening ceremony of the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. (WTA, 21 Apr 2004)

General
LAST ASIAN GAMES
After participating in six consecutive Asian Games between the 1994 Games in Hiroshima, Japan and the 2014 Games in Incheon, Korea, she announced that the gold-winning 2014 edition will be her last. "I will certainly not play in the next Asian Games after six consecutive tournaments. I played in many Asian Games and finally won gold today. I'd like to thank the Thai people for their support and [doubles partner] Luksika for her help. I will never forget this moment.'' (bangkokpost.com, 29 Sep 2014)

NATIONAL FIRST
She became the first Thai female tennis player to reach the quarterfinal of a grand slam tournament when she reached that stage of Wimbledon in 2008. (news.bbc.co.uk, 01 Jul 2008)

COACH
She has coached Thailand's Fed Cup team, and has been involved with the Lawn Tennis Association of Thailand supervising a development project for U16 tennis players in the country. (dunlopsports.co.jp, 28 May 2014; nationmultimedia.com, 17 May 2013)

DUAL NATIONALITY
She is a dual citizen of Thailand and the United States. (wtatennis.com, 04 Feb 2014)

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