Results

ITF W75 Rome 07/10 11:50 25 [289] Leonie Kung v Lina Gjorcheska [231] 3-6,1-6
ITF W35 Rome 07/05 10:00 27 [289] Leonie Kung v Carlota Martinez Cirez [270] 2-6,3-6
ITF W35 Rome 07/04 09:35 26 Leonie Kung v Francesca Pace 6-3,1-6,6-1
ITF W35 Rome 07/03 09:45 25 [289] Leonie Kung v Julieta Lara Estable [360] 7-5,6-0
ITF W50 Palma del Rio 06/30 20:05 29 [289] Leonie Kung v Linda Klimovicova [224] 5-7,4-6
ITF W50 Palma del Rio 06/29 21:20 28 [291] Leonie Kung v Melisa Ercan [440] 4-6,7-6,6-4
ITF W50 Palma del Rio 06/28 20:20 27 [423] Nahia Berecoechea v Leonie Kung [291] 4-6,3-6
ITF W50 Palma del Rio 06/27 16:35 26 [327] Lina Glushko v Leonie Kung [291] 5-7,4-6
ITF W50 Palma del Rio 06/25 21:00 25 Lorena S Donoso v Leonie Kung 0-6,0-6
ITF W75 Guimaraes 06/12 12:00 25 [290] Leonie Kung v Francisca Jorge [208] 3-6,0-6
ITF W50 Montemor-O-Novo 06/06 13:10 26 Leonie Kung v Angelina Voloshchuk 6-7,6-2,2-6
ITF W50 Montemor-O-Novo 06/05 10:35 25 Leonie Kung v Ana Grubor 6-0,6-0

Wikipedia - Leonie Küng

Leonie Küng (born 21 October 2000) is a Swiss tennis player. As a qualifier, she reached the singles final at the Junior Wimbledon Championships in 2018.

Küng has career-high WTA rankings of 144 in singles, achieved on 14 September 2020, and 220 in doubles, reached on 26 July 2021. To date, she has won one doubles WTA Challenger title with eight singles titles and nine doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit.

Küng played first ITF events in Greece in 2014, and won her first $15k events in singles and doubles at the age of 17, in November 2017 in Oslo. She was the 2021 Swiss national singles champion, and she also won the national doubles title, partnering Ylena In-Albon.

Küng made her WTA Tour main-draw debut at the 2017 Ladies Open Biel Bienne, in the doubles draw, partnering Ylena In-Albon. Küng reached her maiden WTA Tour singles final at the 2020 Thailand Open by defeating three top-100 players en-route to the final.