Martine Le Moignan began her career in 1984. In November 1987 she reached third place, the best position of her career in the world rankings. She was runner-up in her junior career when she lost to Lisa Opie 4: 9, 6: 9 and 8:10 in Ottawa in 1981 . In the active area, she was able to surpass this success in 1989 : In the final of the World Cup, she defeated Susan Devoy from New Zealand 4: 9, 9: 4, 10: 8 and 10: 8. In the following year, she missed her title defense against Devoy and was defeated in the new edition of the final 4: 9, 4: 9 and 4: 9. With the English national team , she was also multiple world and European champions . At world championships she won four titles in a row with the team from 1985 to 1990 , at European championships she won nine titles. In 1992 she also won the European title against Sabine Schöne in singles . At the British Open she reached the final in 1985, 1989 and 1992. In 1984, 1988 and 1991 she was British national champion.