Ayumi Morita (森田 あゆみ Morita Ayumi, born March 11, 1990) is a Japanese tennis player. She reached her career-high ranking of 40th in the world on October 3, 2011 and is currently the fifth highest ranked Japanese player in the world at world No. 153. At Junior level, she reached a career high ranking of No. 3. Morita is one of the most successful Fed Cup players of recent times with a 23–14 match win record for Japan.

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  • Ayumi Morita (森田 あゆみ Morita Ayumi, born March 11, 1990) is a Japanese tennis player. She reached her career-high ranking of 40th in the world on October 3, 2011 and is currently the fifth highest ranked Japanese player in the world at world No. 153. At Junior level, she reached a career high ranking of No. 3. Morita is known for strong and consistent two-handed groundstrokes which she hits very flat. She is also regarded as very tough mentally for a young player, often showing great resolve to win close matches despite a lackluster serve. Morita is a small and quick player with excellent footwork and movement around the court. Morita is one of the most successful Fed Cup players of recent times with a 23–14 match win record for Japan. (en)
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  • Ayumi Morita (森田 あゆみ Morita Ayumi, born March 11, 1990) is a Japanese tennis player. She reached her career-high ranking of 40th in the world on October 3, 2011 and is currently the fifth highest ranked Japanese player in the world at world No. 153. At Junior level, she reached a career high ranking of No. 3. Morita is one of the most successful Fed Cup players of recent times with a 23–14 match win record for Japan. (en)
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