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Grand Slam Record

Grand Slams

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Highest Finish

QF x2
W/L
39/44
2019, 2016

Australian Open

QF x1
2016

Roland Garros

R16 x1
2020

Wimbledon

QF x1
2019

US Open

R16 x1
2022

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Personal

Coached by Liu Shuo
Father, Zhang Zhi Qiang, was a soccer player; mother, Wang Feng Qin, was a basketball player. Started playing tennis aged five when parents took her to local club
Started working with Chinese Tennis Association at age 12
Idolized Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal
Best tennis memory was playing mixed doubles with Pete Sampras in 2011, winning Australian Open doubles champion in 2019 with best friend Sam Stosur, and quarterfinalists at 2016 Australian Open and 2019 Wimbledon
Relaxes by listening to music, taking photos and exploring the places she travels to

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (3): 2022 - Lyon; 2017 - Guangzhou; 2013 - Guangzhou.
Finalist (3): 2022 - Birmingham; 2021 - Nottingham; 2020 - Hobart.

DOUBLES
Winner (13): 2023 - Abu Dhabi (w/Stefani); 2022 - Nottingham (w/Haddad Maia); 2021 - Cincinnati, US Open (w/Stosur), Ostrava (w/Mirza); 2019 - Australian Open (w/Stosur); 2018 - Istanbul (w/Liang), Hiroshima (w/Hozumi), Hong Kong (w/Stosur); 2014 - Pattaya City (w/Peng); 2013 - 125/Ningbo (w/Y.Chan); 2012 - Estoril (w/Chuang), Guangzhou (w/Tanasugarn); 2011 - Osaka (w/Date-Krumm).
Finalist (13): 2022 - Stuttgart (w/Gauff), Birmingham, Wimbledon (both w/Mertens); 2021 - Courmayeur (w/Hozumi); 2020 - Hobart (w/Peng); 2019 - Miami (w/Stosur), Nanchang (w/Peng); 2017 - Birmingham (w/H. Chan), Zhuhai (w/Lu); 2014 - Hobart (w/Raymond); 2013 - Kuala Lumpur (w/Husarova), Osaka (w/Stosur); 2012 - Monterrey (w/Date-Krumm).

WTA 125 TITLES
SINGLES (2): 2017 - Honolulu; 2013 - Nanjing.
ADDITIONAL
Chinese Fed Cup Team, 2007, 2009-10, 2012, 2014-15, 2019-20; Chinese Olympic Team, 2012, 2016.

Career in Review

Reached R16 at 2023 Australian Open (l. Pliskova) taking her ranking to a high of No. 22. Zhang failed to win a singles match after Lyon in January and ended her season early after Montreal (l. Blinkova).

In doubles, won the 2023 title at Abu Dhabi (w/Stefani) and reached semifinals at Doha (w/Olmos) and Wimbledon (w/Dolehide).

Won third career singles title at Lyon (d. Yastremska in F) and 12th doubles title in Nottingham (w/Haddad Maia) in 2022

Finished the season at No. 24, very close to previous best career ranking of No. 23 (Nov 14, 2016); in doubles climbed as high as No. 2 on July 11, 2022

Reached fourth singles final of career in 2021, finishing R-Up at Nottingham (l. Konta). Also advanced to SF at Palermo and QF at San Jose

Enjoyed strong campaign in doubles in 2021 winning three tiles, at Cincinnati and US Open (w/Stosur) and Ostrava (w/Mirza). Qualified for WTA Finals for first time (w/Stosur) however failed to progress from group stage

Season highlight in 2020 was reaching third career WTA singles final (l. Rybakina in F) and finished R-Up in doubles at Hobart (w/Peng), which marks the first time she made it through to the championship match in both singles and doubles at the same tour-level event

Also in 2020, made R16 at Roland Garros for the first time; now has advanced to second week in three Grand Slams across hard, grass and clay

Standout results of 2019 season were reaching second Grand Slam singles QF of career at Wimbledon (l. eventual champion Halep), finishing R-Up at WTA125K Series event in Anning, China (l. S.Zheng) and closing out season by winning $100k ITF/Tokyo-JPN (d.Paolini in F)

Registered first Top 10 doubles season in 2019-finished at No.10 while posted career-high ranking at No.9 on May 20

Won first Grand Slam title in doubles at 2019 Australian Open (w/Stosur; d. Babos/Mladenovic in F); also reached final at Miami w/Stosur (l. Mertens/Sabalenka). Team qualified for WTA Finals in Shenzhen (Zhang's debut at the season finale) where they advanced to SF (l. eventual champions Babos/Mladenovic)

First Top 30 season in 2016, posted career-high ranking of No.23 on November 14

Enjoyed Grand Slam breakthrough at 2016 Australian Open, where she advanced to QF as qualifier (d. No.2 Halep and No.17 Key en route, l. Konta). Run also marked first time winning back-to-back main draw matches since semifinal run at 2014 Birmingham

As a qualifier during 2016 Melbourne run, defeated No.2 Halep and No.17 Keys (l. Konta). Ranked No.133, became lowest-ranked player to advance to last eight in Melbourne since unranked Henin reached final in 2010, and first qualifier to do so since Gavaldon in 1990

Contemplated retirement after ending 2015 ranked No.186, her lowest year-end finish since 2008 (No.212) and down from No.62 in 2014

Winner of two WTA singles titles, at 2013 Guangzhou (d. King in F) and 2017 Guangzhou (d. Krunic in F); also won WTA 125K Series events at Nanjing in 2013 and Honolulu in 2017

Scored first Top 10 win over then top ranked Safina in 1r at 2009 Beijing; at No.226, was the lowest-ranked player ever to beat a World No.1

First broke into Top 100 on August 9, 2010 and Top 50 on February 3, 2014

Made WTA qualifying debut at 2006 Beijing; made WTA main draw debut at 2006 Guangzhou

Winner of 21 singles titles and eight doubles titles on ITF Circuit

Member of Chinese Fed Cup team in 2007, 2009-10, 2012, 2014-15, 2019-20. Chinese Olympic Team, 2012, 2016

In mixed doubles, reached SF at 2018 US Open (w/Peers)

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Best Grand Slam Result

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QF x2
W/L
39/44
2019, 2016

Australian Open

QF x1
2016

Roland Garros

R16 x1
2020

Wimbledon

QF x1
2019

US Open

R16 x1
2022
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2023
R16
R128
R128
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2022
R32
R128
R32
R16
2021
R128
R128
R128
R64
2020
R32
R16
-
R128
2019
R32
R64
QF
R32
2018
R64
R64
R128
R128
2017
R64