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January 21, 1994|
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Laura Robson Net Worth Height Weight Bra Size Shoe Relationship Career Profile Favorite Things A British Tennis Player
Laura Robson is a Tennis Player born in England on Friday, January 21, 1994. Laura Robson is currently 23 years old. Laura Robson’s 2018 estimated net worth is Under Review with estimated 2017-2018 earnings and a salary of Under Review. Laura Robson’s birth sign is Aquarius. In 2008, 14-year-old Laura Robson shocked the world by giving Britain its first Wimbledon winner in 14 years. From seemingly out of nowhere, the previously unknown teen stormed through the famous tournament to win the girls’ singles title, instantly making her the talk of the tennis cognoscenti. With her powerful serve and winning smile she quickly captured the nation’s hearts, giving the country a much-needed heroine in a year that had thus far been filled with sporting disappointments. “We love you, Laura!” read the national newspaper headlines, beginning a fascination with the shy teenager that continues to this day. But with Laura’s newfound fame came the weight of a great responsibility—could she continue her winning streak and place Britain firmly back on top of the game we love so much? For the first time, author Tina Campanella gives you the full story behind Britain’s best-loved tennis starlet: her ups and downs, trials and tribulations, and the gritty determination that has seen her become one of the top 30 female tennis players in the world.
Queen of selfies
She is as much the queen of the selfie as the queen of the court. Canny, money-making and with an ambition and drive which make the rest of the tennis crowd no offence Maria Sharapova look like a bunch of shuffling amateurs.
Feet: 5′ 11′ || Centimeters: 180 CM|
Kilograms: 67 kg || Pounds: 148 Pounds|
Bra Size: 34 C || Cup Size: C|
9 (US) || 39.5 (EU) || 6.5 (UK)|
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“I don’t just want to be someone who hits the ball 100 per cent every time. You can play with freedom and still mix up the pace, mix up the spins and everything like that. That’s what I want to be doing, because you get into that very one-dimensional kind of tennis if you don’t work on slicing and coming into the net. Laura Robson”.
Originally posted on January 27, 2018 @ 9:41 pm