Meike is a former world-class tennis player, reaching a career high of #27 in singles and #45 in doubles in 1995 on the WTA Tour. In 1992, Meike was nominated for the WTA “Rookie of the Year” Award.
She played in 19 Grand Slams and represented her native country, Germany, in Fed Cup competition. Some of her best results include wins over Helena Sukova, Natalia Medvedeva, Zina Garrison and Gigi Fernandez.
After retiring from the WTA Tour, Meike was the Assistant Coach for Women's Tennis at Tulane University and Vanderbilt University.
In 2008, Meike graduated from Vanderbilt with a degree in Human and Organizational Development. She received further training from Duke University Integrative Medicine to assist clients in behavior modification and she is also a Mental Toughness Specialist certified by Dr. Jim Loehr’s Human Performance Institute.
Meike is currently coaching in Denver, CO and works as Mental Skills coach with the Women's Tennis team at Vanderbilt as well as individual athletes from different sports. She is also serving as USTA Regional Training Center Mental Skills Coach.