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Grand Slam Record

Grand Slams

Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

QF x1
W/L
31/44
2019

Australian Open

R16 x1
2020

Roland Garros

R64 x2
2022, 2014

Wimbledon

QF x1
2019

US Open

R16 x2
2022, 2013

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Personal

Coached by Tom Gutteridge. Previously coached by Peter Bothwell
Parents, Albert and Carol, are retired; sister is Sarah McGlamery (formerly coached her), brother is Daniel. Started playing tennis at age 3 (siblings did and father started her too)
Married Stephen Amritraj in Alison's hometown of Pittsburgh after 2019 Wimbledon
Aggressive style of play; liked watching Monica Seles
Earned tennis scholarship to Vanderbilt University in summer 2009; after good results and finding backing decided to play on WTA
Enjoys writing (keeps a journal), reading and spending time with family and friends
If hadn't been a tennis player, would have gone into medicine.

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (3): 2021 - Linz; 2019 - 's-Hertogenbosch; 2014 - Tianjin.
Finalist (10): 2022 - Adelaide [250], Nottingham; 2021 - Portoroz; 2019 - Shenzhen, Wuhan; 2018 - Nürnberg; 2017 - Shenzhen; 2016 - Shenzhen, Nottingham, Tianjin.

ADDITIONAL
American Fed Cup Team, 2014-15, 2017.

Career in Review

Last season finished R-Up at both Adelaide 2 (l. Keys) and Nottingham (l. Haddad Maia). She returned to the Top 50, finishing the season at No.41

Foot injury kept her out most of the first part of the 2021 season; made return at Madrid and would eventually reach two finals in 2021 at Portoroz (l. Paolini) and winning her third career title at Linz (d. Cristian in F)

Also represented the United States at the Tokyo Olympics for the first time in career (l. Buzarnescu in 1r)

Best results of 2020 came in the opening month with a QF showing at Brisbane (QF) and R16 run at Australian Open

Ended 2019 at career-high ranking of No.18, posted on November 4, 2019 - up from No.63 in 2018

In a breakout 2019 campaign, achieved best Slam result by advancing to QF at Wimbledon, ousting World No.1 Barty to notch biggest win of her career before being halted by eventual R-Up S.Williams

Additionally, lifted second career WTA singles title at 's-Hertogenbosch (d. Bertens in F after saving 5mp) and finished runner-up at Shenzhen (l. Sabalenka) and Wuhan (l. Sabalenka)

Highlights in 2018 include reaching 3r at 2018 Miami, her best result at a Premier Mandatory tournament (l. Y.Wang on third set tiebreak), and advancing to QF at Hobart (l. Buzarnescu), 's-Hertogenbosch (l. Vandeweghe), Mallorca (l. Stosur) and Tokyo [PPO] (l. Ka.Pliskova). Also won eighth ITF Circuit singles title at Surbiton (d. Perrin in F)

In 2017, finished R-Up at Shenzhen (d. No.3 A.Radwanska, l. Siniakova). Also part of Fed Cup winning USA team and reached QF at Nürnberg and 3r at Australian Open and Wimbledon

Won maiden WTA singles title at 2014 Tianjin without dropping a set (d. Bencic in F)

Made Top 100 debut on July 22, 2013 (No.96)

Reached first WTA SF at 2010 Birmingham (as qualifier, l. Sharapova)

Made WTA main draw debut at 2010 Charleston

Winner of nine singles and one doubles title on ITF Women's Circuit

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Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

QF x1
W/L
31/44
2019

Australian Open

R16 x1
2020

Roland Garros

R64 x2
2022, 2014

Wimbledon

QF x1
2019

US Open

R16 x2
2022, 2013
W/L 8/12 2/9 13/12 8/11
2023
R128
R128
R128
-
2022
R64
R64
R32
R16
2021
R128
-
R128
R128
2020
R16
R128
-
R64
2019
R128
R128
QF
R64
2018
R128
R128
R64
R128
2017
R32
R128
R32
R128
2016
R128
R128
R128
R128
2015
R128
R128
R128
R128
2014
R32
R64
R32
R128
2013
-
-
R32