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Hungarian professional tennis player. Wikipedia

  • Tímea Babos career statistics

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    • They advanced to the final, where they defeated second seeds and defending champions, Kristina Mladenovic and Tímea Babos, to win the championship.Samantha Stosur-Wikipedia
    • The following day, Hingis then won the mixed doubles final partnering with Leander Paes to defeat Alexander Peya and Tímea Babos in straight sets.Martina Hingis-Wikipedia
    • The final with a 6–1, 6–1 score against fifth seeds Alexander Peya and Tímea Babos lasted only 41 minutes.Leander Paes-Wikipedia
    • In second round she defeated Tímea Babos, coming from a set down to win in three.Maria Sharapova-Wikipedia
    • In the mixed doubles event at the 2014 French Open, Mirza and Horia Tecău lost in the second round to Tímea Babos and Eric Butorac.Sania Mirza-Wikipedia
    • Following this, she again lost in the first round but this time to Tímea Babos at the Western & Southern Open.Samantha Stosur-Wikipedia

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