Samantha Soren (born March 2, 1983) is a professional tennis player from Canada.
Samantha was born in Ostersund, Sweden and her parents relocated to Ottawa,Canada when she was 3 years old. She took up the game relatively late at the age of nine after watching tennis on the television. Soren quickly became a top junior in her country and turned professional at the age of 20 in 2003.
The Canadian became well known for her deadly cross-court forehand and nifty dropshots that she could employ in the most tense moments. Soren reached her first FWTT final in doubles when with Prado, they won the 2004 Auckland trophy. Soren's first singles title came when she won her home tournament in 2005 in Quebec City. In total, Samantha Soren has reached well over 35 Tour Singles finals over her career.
Samantha Soren has been a mainstay in Federation Cup for Canada throughout the years and has captained the team ever since the famous Eva Sorrenta retired.
Soren's career high singles ranking and doubles ranking are just outside the top 10.
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