Panna Udvardy, a tennis player from Hungary, was born on September 28, 1998. She attained career-high WTA singles rankings of 81 on April 18, 2022, and doubles rankings of 136 on May 9, 2022.
At the 2017 Hungarian Ladies Open, Udvardy made her WTA Tour debut in the doubles competition with Anna Blinkova.
At the 2021 Uruguay Open, she competed in her first WTA Challenger Tour final before falling to Diane Parry 3-6, 2-6.
On November 29, 2021, she debuted in the top 100 at position 96 in the world. At the Australian Open in 2022, she won her first Grand Slam tournament.
Who Is Panna Udvardy Coach?
Mark Gellard is Panna Udvardy's coach. She started practicing with British instructor Mark Gellard a few years ago.
She thinks he has given her a lot of mental and physical support so she can compete in these events. Additionally, the capacity to occasionally play four or five games straight. Panna believes that was the key factor in my rating increasing from 350 to 81.