List of the best tennis players from South Korea, listed by popularity with photos of the players when available. South Korea has produced some very talented tennis players over the years, including both men and women. These are some of the most talented South Korean tennis players to ever live, so if you're a native of South Korea and are aspiring to play tennis professionally then these people should be your idols. If you're searching for a particular popular tennis player from South Korea then you can use the "search" box to find who you're looking for.
List ranges from Kim Bong-Soo to Seok Eun-Mi and more.
This list answers the questions, "Who are the greatest South Korean tennis players?" and "Who is the best South Korean tennis player of all time?"You can click on the names of these legendary tennis players of South Korea in order to get more information about each one. If you play tennis or just love the sport then use this list of talented South Korean tennis players to find some athletes you haven't heard of before.
Chung Hyeon (born May 19, 1996) is a South Korean professional tennis player. He is currently the highest ranked South Korean and also the reigning Next Gen Finals champion. He became the first Korean player to reach a Grand Slam semifinal at the 2018 Australian Open as an unseeded player. ...more on Wikipedia
Hyung-Taik Lee is a retired professional tennis player from South Korea. He won one singles title and achieved a career-high singles ranking of World No. 36 in August 2007. ...more on Wikipedia
Birthplace: Hoengseong County, South Korea
Year Turned Pro: 1995
Park Sung-hee is a retired professional tennis player from South Korea. Park turned pro in 1989. She won 7 singles and 7 doubles titles on the ITF Circuit. She reached four doubles finals during her career on the WTA Tour. Her best Grand Slam performances came in doubles, reaching the Round of 16 at the 1996 French Open, 1997 Australian Open, and 1998 Australian Open, all partnering Wang Shi-ting. She reached career high rankings of No. 34 in doubles and No. 57 in singles. Park played in 34 ties in 9 years for the South Korea Fed Cup team, with a 30-14 record overall and 24-12 in singles, all team records. She retired from the tour in 2000. ...more on Wikipedia
Birthplace: South Korea
Kim Jin-hee is a South Korean tennis player. ...more on Wikipedia