Famous female tennis player Marion Bartoli is a French tennis professional who is currently ranked at number eleven in the WTA rankings and stands as the top French player after the retirement of famous female French tennis player Amiley Mauresmo.
Even though her records in the Grand Slam events like U.S. Open and French Open are not so good as she hasn’t even able to qualify for the last sixteen, her Australian Open record is quite satisfied with making it to the last sixteen.
Her best Grand Slam record came in Wimbledon in 2007 when she managed to make it to the last two but finally lost it. She has won 3 doubles titles and 5 WTA Singles titles.
She was able to defeat the best female tennis player Justin Henin in the semi-final of Wimbledon 2007 who was the World No. 1 then. In addition to this, Marion Bartoli also defeated the former World No. 1 Jelena Jankovic in the fourth round of the Australian Open 2009.
French tennis player Marion is very famous for her playing style of intense and unorthodox shots on the tennis court. She is usually differentiated as a hard-hitting and aggressive tennis player and uses both hands to play forehand as well as backhand shots.
Marion developed her style of both hands on the advice of her father coach. She started her career in a playing area which was not enough for playing tennis and there was even less space behind the baseline and it has been discovered that this is the reason why she likes to return serves from the baseline or inside.
Marion had some problems with her forehand shots earlier, so when she started using both hands to play the strokes, her performance was improved. She is also known for her unorthodox service where she uses the wrists to generate speed.