Kim de Weille
Experience as a junior player
Kim de Weille is a former Dutch junior champion in the categories 12, 14, 16 and 18 years. She was also European Champion Country Teams up to and including 14 years. By the time she was 16, Kim made her debut in the National Premier League. Besides that, she obtained spectacular results, such as a semi final at the U.S. Open (Youth Grand Slam ’94). Through “Jong Oranje” (from 16 up to 19 years) Kim made the step to the professional circuit.
Results as a professional player
For 7 years Kim played as a full-time professional, playing tennis tournaments all over the World. In this period Kim won 3 challengers(25.000), reached the semi final of the WTA tournament in Auckland, winning from Harvey-Wild in the quarter final, who at that time was nr. 42 at the WTA ranking list. Next to this she played all of the Grand Slams(Qualifications). Her highest ranking was WTA number 110.
Kim as a coach
Being a coach of young talents who want more in tennis is the passion and drive for Kim. Transferring her experience on to the new generation is now her goal. Kim has a KNLTB A and B licence in her possession for quite some time now. In the beginning of her tennis coaching career she worked for the KNLTB and Tennis school Buitenveldert .
‘I will gladly transfer the unique experiences I’ve gained by playing many years of top tennis to the talents of TAA.’