In the late 1980s, after serving for two years in the Israel Defense Forces, Berger became a professional tennis player. She won 7 singles titles in the ITF Women's Circuit. Berger won 12 Maccabiah Games Medals during her career, including gold, a few of them already as a "veteran" while playing Mixed Doubles with Shlomo Glickstein.
Berger was elected as one of 3 best players in Israel's history in the celebrations of Israel's first 50 years.
Berger was Israel's Women's National Champion 5 years.
At the age of 26, she decided to study literature and journalism. She worked 7 years as a sports correspondent for Haaretz newspaper. She coaches tennis privately and is a freelance sports journalist. Today she is chief Editor of the Internet Site of Tel Aviv University Sports Center.
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