Welcome to the official Wendy "Rabbit" Turnbull web site where you can find information about Rabbit's career, stats and lots more. Wendy's Highest World Ranking is Number 3 on January/February, 1985. Wendy Turnbull was ranked in the Top 10 from 1977-1984, and in the Top 20 for ten consecutive years (1977-1986).

Former world No.3 Wendy Turnbull inducted into the AUSTRALIAN Tennis Hall of Fame in 2009.

Inducted in a special ceremony at Rod Laver Arena on Australia Day where the bronze statue was unveiled. It will later be installed in Garden Square at Melbourne Park alongside other greats of Australian tennis. Read more...

A native of Brisbane, Australia, Wendy, affectionately know as the “Rabbit” because of her court speed, enjoyed success on the WTA Tour as both a singles and doubles player. She reached the final of three Grand Slam Singles Championships and held a spot among the Top 10 singles players in the world from 1977-1985, peaking at No 3. At the 1977 US Open and 1979 French Open she was runner-up in the singles Championship to Chris Evert and then to Hana Mandlikova at the 1980 Australian Open Singles Final.

Her success in doubles made her one of the best doubles players in the world. Wendy has won 9 Grand Slam Ladies Doubles and Mixed Doubles Titles at Wimbledon, the French and US Opens. At the 1979 French Open she reached the final of all three events, (a rare feat) losing the final of the singles but capturing the Ladies Doubles and Mixed Doubles Championships. While on tour she won 13 singles and 55 doubles titles. Read More...