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Feb 3 2003
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Introduced to tennis at school at age 9...Coached by Chahoon Im...A baseline player who prefers grass courts; best stroke is the forehand...Mother, Song-Boon Um, is a homemaker; father, Jong-Sik Jeon, is a taxi driver; has two younger sisters, Mi-He and Mi-Ok...Graduated from high school in 1996...Favorite movie is Judge Dred; favorite actor is Sylvester Stallone...Enjoys basketball and cooking...Likes to visit Melbourne because it is very clean and the people are so kind...Admires Stefan Edberg for his manners.

Career Highlights

Winner (0 WTA Tour): 2002 - ITF/Seoul-KOR; 2001 - ITF/Easton-USA; 2000 - ITF/Bangkok-THA, ITF/Osaka-JPN; 1993 - ITF/Seoul II-KOR, ITF/Taipei III-TPE.
Quarterfinalist (1): 1995 - Beijing.

Winner (1): 2005 - ITF/Wuxi-CHN (w/Prakusya); 2004 - Seoul (w/Cho).
Finalist: 2005 - ITF/Ibaraki-JPN (w/Takase).
Semifinalist (3): 2002 - Shanghai (w/Cho); 2001 - Pattaya City (w/Kim); 1998 - Tokyo [Japan Open] (w/Noorlander).

ADDITIONAL Korean Fed Cup Team 1994, 1996.

Career in Review

1993 - Unseeded, won second ITF Circuit tournament ever played: ITF/Seoul-KOR
1995 - As a qualifier, reached QF at Beijing with wins over Tu and No. 5 seed Ghirardi-Rubbi; world ranking vaulted from No. 274 to No. 194, cracking the Top 200 for the first time
1997 - As world No. 231, d. top seed and No. 98 Endo in SF of ITF/Gifu-JPN; fell in final to Guse 75 75
2000 - Seven years after winning first and second professional titles on ITF Circuit, won two more: ITF/Bangkok-THA and ITF/Osaka-JPN
2002 - Seeded No. 7, upset No. 1 and No. 5 seeds to collect ITF/Seoul-KOR; qualified for Birmingham, then won 1r over Taylor before falling to Fernandez 64 64; Grand Slam debut at US Open was as a qualifier, falling 1r to No. 18 seed Sugiyama
2003 - Finalist at ITF/Seoul I-KOR and won doubles w/Hisamatsu; won doubles w/Hisamatsu at ITF/Haibara-JPN; reached doubles final w/S. Okamoto at ITF/Beijing-CHN, upsetting No. 1 seeds in SF; finished runner-up at ITF/Mt. Gambier-AUS by upsetting No. 1 seed Dominikovic in QF
2004 - Won first Tour title of career in doubles (w/Cho) at Seoul, but failed to qualify in singles at three Tour events, Australian Open, Wimbledon and US Open; on ITF Circuit, finalist twice in singles and won two doubles titles.
2005 - Won 12th career ITF Circuit doubles title (w/Prakusya) at $25K ITF/Wuxi-CHN.

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R128 x1

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R128 x1
W/L 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1

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Singles Career High Ranking
Highest Singles
Feb 03, 2003
Doubles Career High Ranking
Highest Doubles
Oct 18, 2004