Barbara Schett
Austrian tennis player
Barbara Schett
Barbara Schett Eagle is a former Austrian tennis player, who reached her highest singles ranking, World No. 7, on 13 September 1999. She ended her career at the 2005 Australian Open. Between 1993 to 2004 she played in 48 games for the Austria Fed Cup team, winning 30. She also represented Austria at the Sydney 2000 Olympics in singles and doubles reaching the quarterfinals in the singles.
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Sport op tv - De Gelderlander
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Mats Wilander, Annabel Croft en Barbara Schett verzorgen de interviews, wedstrijdanalyses en reportages. Kristie Boogert, Frank Balvers, Mariëtte Pakker, Marc de Hous en Carlo Wilmots voorzien de partijen van commentaar. VOETBAL (Veronica, 18.00 uur):
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EuroSport y Canal+ trasmitirán el US OPEN 2011. - 6cero
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Mats Wilander y Barbara Schett con todos los comentarios y detalles en vivo desde el court. En internet estarán disponibles los resultados al instante,multiplex:escritos,comentarios y videos. También ofrecerán videos blogs con Mats Wilander,videos y
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De US Open twee weken lang op Eurosport en Eurosport 2 - TV-Visie
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Mats Wilander (winnaar US Open 1988) en Barbara Schett verzorgen live vanuit Flushing Meadows de interviews en wedstrijdanalyses. De US Open is ook online te bekijken, met de vernieuwde Eurosport Player. Dit is een online sportservice,
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Eurosport y Eurosport 2 ofrecen el US Open de tenis en directo - SatCesc
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Además Mats Wilander, campeón del US Open en 1988 y Barbara Schett, estarán en Nueva York, acercándonos a los jugadores con las mejores entrevistas. • Multiplex en directo: comentarios escritos de los que ocurra durante los partidos. 2
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Eurosport zeigt 200 Stunden Live-Tennis von US Open - auch in HD - sat+kabel
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Live-Interviews aus dem Eurosport-Studio vor Ort mit den Experten Barbara Schett und Mats Wilander runden das TV-Angebot ab. Der Tennistag beginnt jeweils ab 17.00 Uhr mit der "Day Session" bevor es ab Mitternacht mit der "Evening Session" live durch
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„Ich kann nur allen ‚danke' sagen“: Alex Antonitsch' Kitz-Rück- & Ausblick - tennisnet.com
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Thomas Muster hat permanent PR fürs Turnier gemacht, Barbara Schett und Markus Hipfl haben viel geholfen, auch meine Frau – fast alles hat hier mitgearbeitet, damit das Turnier ein so großer Erfolg wird, ich kann nur allen „danke“ sagen
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"Wer kann hier keinen Spaß haben?" - Promis und Profis bei den tennisnet.com Open - tennisnet.com
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"tennisnet.com Open", der zweite Streich: In Kitzbühel feierten Profis und Promis - von Maria Riesch bis Barbara Schett, von Stefan Koubek bis Emilio Sánchez - ein ProAm-Tennisfest. Gaststar Emilio Sánchez Vicario, die ehemalige Nummer 7 der Welt,
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Koubek: Party statt Pensionsschock - Kurier
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Deshalb kamen Tennisclown Mansour Bahrami, der Deutsche Marc-Kevin Göllner, der vor allem durch sein Kapperl bekannt wurde, Barbara Schett und natürlich Thomas Muster, um den in der Tennisszene äußerst beliebten Koubek anständig zu verabschieden
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Abschied mit einem breiten Grinser - tt.com - Wo's Click macht
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Bereits heute wird weiter fleißig Geld für die ÖTV-Talente gesammelt. Beim Stanglwirt steigt ein Pro-Am-Turnier (ua mit Maria Höfl-Riesch, Phi-lipp Schörghofer, Barbara Schett, Julian Knowle, Andreas Haider-Maurer)
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"Viel verbrannte Erde der letzten Jahre": Antonitsch soll Kitz-Turnierdirektor ... - tennisnet.com
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Dienstag folgt der Kattus Ladies Day by Kaufhaus Tyrol, an dem es eine Exhibition mit Muster, Barbara Schett und Patricia Mayr-Achleitner geben wird – und wahrscheinlich auch mit mir. Der Mittwoch wird zum Family Day und zum Verbands-Tag,
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Serena: 'Op mijn beste niveau klopt niemand me' - Tennisinfo.be
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In 1998 was dat tegen Larisa Savchenko in Los Angeles, in 2003 tegen Barbara Schett op Roland Garros en in 2007 was Zuzana Ondraskova in Stuttgart het slachtoffer. Williams treft nu Maria Kirilenko die met 6-2 6-3 van zesde reekshoofd Julia Goerges won
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Game, Set, Cash: Die Million-Dollar-Babys - sport.ch
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Als Hauptgrund für die grosse Einkommensschere im professionellen Damentennis erachtet die ehemalige Spitzenspielerin Barbara Schett die zunehmende Verwechselbarkeit der Spielerinnen. "Das Damentennis wird immer uniformer", sagt die Österreicherin
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Łukasz Kubot: Agresywny tenis przynosi efekty [FILM] - Głos Wielkopolski
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Polak ma opinię "najlepszego piłkarza w rankingu ATP" (tak przedstawiła go komentatorka stacji Eurosport Barbara Schett). - Lubię futbol. Nic dziwnego skoro mój tata był piłkarzem, a obecnie jest trenerem. Na piłkę nożną nie mam jednak zbyt dużo czasu
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Haider-Maurer Österreichs Nummer eins in Kitz: "Auf so eine Woche freut man sich" - tennisnet.com
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Die Bilder von der Pressekonferenz in Innsbruck mit Turnierdirektor Alex Antonitsch, Tirols beste Tennis-Dame der Geschichte Barbara Schett, Andreas Haider-Maurer und Nachwuchstalent Gabriel Huber
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Das Ende einer großen Ära - Salzburger Nachrichten
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Die 31-Jährige, zuletzt in der Weltrangliste zurück gefallen, beendet damit eine große Erfolgsserie im heimischen Damen-Tennis, die zu Zeiten einer Judith Wiesner, Barbara Paulus oder Barbara Schett Einzug gehalten hatte
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Im Dschungel dummer Fragen - tt.com - Wo's Click macht
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Kate Allen (41/Triathlon) und Barbara Schett (35/Tennis) – als Sportler beherrschten die zwei Tirolerinnen ihr Metier. Nun stehen die beiden Mamas auf der anderen Seite – und bitten ihre Nachfolgerinnen um Interviews. Von Florian Madl Innsbruck
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Anna Kournikova turns 30 - Stamford Advocate
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Kournikova serves during her doubles match with partner Barbara Schett against Meghann Shaughnessy and Nicole Pratt on Jan. 10, 2001 at the Adidas International Tennis Tournament. 19 Jan 2001: Fans grab at the towel thrown into the crowd by Anna
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Barbara Schett
    THIRTIES
  • 2009
    Age 32
    Schett is married to former Australian tennis player Joshua Eagle. On 28 April 2009, Schett gave birth to a son named Noah.
    More Details Hide Details Schett's friends, among the tennis players, include Anke Huber, Daniela Hantuchová, Janette Husárová, Anna Kournikova, Iva Majoli, Jennifer Capriati, Chanda Rubin and Patty Schnyder; admires Stefan Edberg's playing style. She listed Schindler's List her favorite film, and Harrison Ford and Gwyneth Paltrow her favorite actors; also admires the music of Whitney Houston and Bob Marley.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2005
    Age 28
    Schett announced plans in October to retire following the 2005 Australian Open.
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  • 2003
    Age 26
    2003 – Apart from reaching the Madrid semi-final (first in more than two years), Gold Coast quarter-final and Roland Garros 3rd round, she did not win consecutive matches all season.
    More Details Hide Details In doubles she won Paris Indoors (with Schnyder) and reached the Hobart final (with Wartusch). At the French Open, she suffered a 6 -, 6 - defeat to defending champion Serena Williams. 2004 – As world no. 77 at Indian Wells, defeated world No.13 Paola Suárez 6–3 6–4 (first Top 20 win in nearly 18 months) en route to the 4th round but lost to no. 20 C. Martinez. Quarter-finalist at Estoril and s'Hertogenbosch but failed to qualify at three Tour events. In doubles, she won titles at Paris Indoors (defended with Schnyder), Budapest (with Mandula) and Stockholm – her tenth career doubles title (with Molik). Also a finalist at Hobart (with Callens), and semi-finalist at 's-Hertogenbosch, Los Angeles, US Open (all with Schnyder) and Linz (with Wartusch). Member of the Austrian Fed Cup team that upset US team 4–1 in the quarter-finals to reach second semi-final in three years (second upset over the US in as many years. She handed Martina Navratilova her first Fed Cup loss after 40 singles/doubles victories dating back to 1975).
  • 2002
    Age 25
    Otherwise, she obtained an invite from Hong Kong Tennis Patrons' Association to play The Hong Kong Ladies Challenge 2002.
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  • 2000
    Age 23
    2000 – Won her third career Tour singles title at Klagenfurt.
    More Details Hide Details Recorded victories over No. 5 seed Amanda Coetzer and No. 3 Nathalie Tauziat en route to Zurich semi-final. Reached six more quarter-finals, but also struggled with nagging injuries. She withdrew from Paris & Hanover in February with a stomach muscle injury, retired at Hamburg & withdrew from Strasbourg in May with a sinus infection and retired at Linz with an infected right toe. 2001 – Semi-finalist at Doha (l. to Hingis) and quarter-finalist at Vienna and Moscow. First victory over a world number 2 in six meetings, against Venus Williams at the French Open. Won the Sydney doubles title (with Kournikova), reaching a career-high No. 8 doubles ranking afterwards (15 January) then went on to the Australian Open as mixed doubles runner-up (with Eagle). 2002 – Seventh consecutive Top 50 finish, reaching five quareter-finals, including the Canadian Open (d. world No. 15 Rubin and No. 7 Clijsters, marking fourth time in her career she defeated two Top 20 players in one tournament). Also won the Hamburg doubles (with Hingis).
  • 1999
    Age 22
    In 1999 she qualified for the season ending WTA Tour Championships reaching the quarterfinals and was named TENNIS Magazines Most Improved Player.
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    1999 – Schett's first Top 10 finish, winning $725,865 (career-best) and scoring 47 Tour singles wins (equal fourth on Tour for season).
    More Details Hide Details Defeated world No. 9 Conchita Martínez and No. 4 Arantxa Sánchez Vicario en route to Sydney semi-final (l. to No. 2 Hingis 76 third set). Reached her first Tier I final at Moscow, and Grand Slam quarter-final at the US Open. Broke into the Top 10 at a career-high No. 7 following US Open (13 September) and reached the semi-finals at Auckland and Hamburg. Also qualified for the WTA Tour Championships and Grand Slam Cup.
  • 1998
    Age 21
    After the first round losses at the Du Maurier Open and Pilot Pen Tennis New Heaven, she lost to Amanda Coetzer in the third round of 1998 US Open.
    More Details Hide Details Schett lost in the first round of Filderstadt to Anna Kournikova in three sets, 1—6, 6—4, 7—6(5). She then lost to Nathalie Tauziat in the quarterfinal the Zürich Open and to Monica Seles in the second round of the Kremlin Cup. She then lost in the second round of both Fortis Championships Luxembourg (lost to Ai Sugiyama) and Leipzig (lost to Anke Huber).
    Schett lost in the second round of both the Italian Open and the German Open, but then reached the semifinals of Mutua Madrileña (lost to Dominique van Roost). She lost to Adriana Gerši in the first round of 1998 French Open, and then to Venus Williams in the second round of 1998 Wimbledon Championships.
    More Details Hide Details Schett reached the quarterfinal of WTA Austria, losing to Emmanuelle Gagliardi. She then reached her fourth consecutive final at the Internazionali Femminili di Palermo, but was defeated by Patty Schnyder. In Boston, she played her second consecutive final, but lost to Mariaan de Swardt.
    Schett lost in the first round of ASB Classic to Julie Halard-Decugis; then reached the quarterfinal of Moorilla Hobart International (lost to Patty Schnyder). She also reached the fourth round of the 1998 Australian Open, but was defeated by Conchita Martínez in straight sets, 6—3, 6—3.
    More Details Hide Details After losses in early phases of the tournaments (Open Gaz de France, Hanover, Indian Wells, Miami, Hilton Head and Amelia Island), Schett reached the semifinal in Hamburg; she lost to the first seed Martina Hingis. In Hamburg, she also captured the doubles title with Patty Schnyder.
  • 1997
    Age 20
    Schett finished the 1997 WTA season at the Zürich Open.
    More Details Hide Details She retired from her match of the first round, played against Ai Sugiyama.
    Schett then made the chain of four consecutive second round losses, at the Atlanta tournament (lost to Sarah Pitkowski), 1997 US Open (lost to Kimberly Po), in Leipzig (lost to Iva Majoli) and in Filderstadt (lost to Anna Kournikova).
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    Her next tournament was 1997 Wimbledon Championships — she lost in the second round to Magdalena Grzybowska (4—6, 6—3, 6—2).
    More Details Hide Details Schett then reached her first consecutive final at the Internazionali Femminili di Palermo, but lost to the second seed Sandrine Testud; also won the doubles title with Silvia Farina Elia. She then lost in the first round of J&S Cup in Warsaw to Virginia Ruano Pascual. Schett won her second tournament at the WTA Austria tournament in her native Austria, in Maria Lankowitz. She defeated Henrieta Nagyová in the final.
    At the second grand slam tournament of the season, the 1997 French Open, Schett retired from her first round match.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1996
    Age 19
    Barbara Schett started the season playing at the ASB Classic in Auckland, Medibank International in Sydney and the 1996 Australian Open.
    More Details Hide Details At the Australian Open, she reached the fourth round, losing to German player Anke Huber. In the third round, she defeated Helena Suková. The year's singles highlights of Schett include the quarterfinal of the Bausch & Lomb Championships in Amelia Island, her first title at the Internazionali Femminili (the victory over Sabine Hack) in Palermo, the first Tier I semifinal at the Kremlin Cup in Moscow, and the defeat over World No. 8 Magdalena Maleeva at the Bausch & Lomb Championships. That was her first victory over the top 10 player. She also played for Austria in the Fed Cup versus Germany, losing her singles match to Steffi Graf. Schett also reached the semifinals of the Mutua Madrileña (with Patty Schnyder), the Palermo title (with Janette Husárová) and the final of the Tier I Kremlin Cup (with Silvia Farina Elia, losing to the second seeds Natalia Medvedeva and Larisa Neiland). This was the first year that Schett finished as the top 50 player, at the No. 38.
  • 1994
    Age 17
    On 4 April 1994, Schett broke into the top 100 at No. 99.
    More Details Hide Details The following year, she reached the semifinal of the Internazionali Femminili di Palermo and the quarterfinal of the ECM Prague Open, and also made her Fed Cup debut for Austria versus the United States.
    She made her grand slam debut at the 1994 French Open, but was defeated in the first round.
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    In 1994, Schett played her first grand slam tournament, qualifying at the 1994 Australian Open.
    More Details Hide Details She fell in the second round of qualifications. Schett reached her first semifinal at the WTA Tour at the Generali Ladies Linz, losing to Sabine Appelmans.
  • 1993
    Age 16
    In 1993, Schett broke into the top 200, and reached the quarterfinals at Kitzbühel and Montpellier.
    More Details Hide Details In Kitzbühel, Schett defeated World No. 17 Katerina Maleeva in the third round, and lost in the quarterfinals to Judith Wiesner.
  • 1992
    Age 15
    Barbara Schett made her debut at the WTA Tour as a wild card entrant for the tournament in Kitzbühel. She played mostly at the ITF Circuit, and won the ITF tournament in Zaragoza in 1992.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1976
    Born
    Born on March 10, 1976.
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