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Grand Slam Record

Grand Slams

Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

W x1
W/L
124/52
2018

Australian Open

W x1
2018

Roland Garros

QF x2
2017, 2010

Wimbledon

R16 x6
2017, 2015, 2014, 2011, 2010, 2009

US Open

F x2
2014, 2009

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Personal

Married former NBA player David Lee on June 15, 2019; they have two children - Olivia (June 2021) and James (October 2022)

Was coached by father, Piotr

Began playing tennis at age of 7

Father played pro soccer in Poland and Denmark; mother, Anna, played volleyball for Polish National Team; brother, Patrik, played pro soccer in Denmark

Enjoys soccer, swimming, golf

Hobbies include reading, shopping, music; favorite actor is Brad Pitt

Favorite food is mom's chicken curry

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (30): 2018 - Australian Open, Eastbourne, Beijing; 2017 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific], WTA Finals; 2016 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Hong Kong; 2015 - Kuala Lumpur; 2014 - Istanbul; 2013 - Luxembourg; 2012 - Seoul, Moscow; 2011 - Dubai, Indian Wells, Charleston, Brussels, Copenhagen, New Haven; 2010 - Ponte Vedra Beach, Copenhagen, Montréal, New Haven, Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Beijing; 2009 - Ponte Vedra Beach, Eastbourne, New Haven; 2008 - Stockholm, New Haven, Tokyo [Japan Open].
Finalist (25): 2019 - Charleston; 2018 - Auckland; 2017 - Doha, Dubai, Miami, Eastbourne, Bastad, Toronto; 2015 - Auckland, Stuttgart; 2014 - US Open, Tokyo [Pan Pacific]; 2013 - Indian Wells; 2012 - Copenhagen, Sofia; 2011 - Doha, Stuttgart; 2010 - Indian Wells, WTA Finals; 2009 - Memphis, Charleston, Madrid, Bastad, US Open; 2008 - Luxembourg.

DOUBLES
Winner (2): 2009 - Memphis (w/Azarenka); 2008 - Beijing (w/Medina Garrigues).
Finalist (2): 2020 - Auckland (w/S.Williams); 2006 - Memphis (w/Azarenka).

ADDITIONAL
Danish Fed Cup Team, 2005-11, 2015; Danish Olympic Team, 2008, 2012.

Career in Review

After 3-year hiatus, returned to Tour at 2023 Montreal reaching 2r (l. Vondrousova). Played 1r of Cincinnati (l. Gracheva) and ended her season at US Open, reaching 4r (l. eventual champion, Gauff).

Initially retired at 29 years old in 2020, played last tournament at Australian Open 2020 (l. Jabeur in 3r)

Ended 2019 ranked No.38 - her first non-Top 20 finish since 2007 - having announced rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis at WTA Finals in October 2018

Season highlight in 2019 was reaching final at Charleston (l. Keys) and SF at Beijing where she was the defending champion (l. Osaka)

Until 2019, had won at least one title in 11 straight seasons (since 2008), including six titles in both 2010 and 2011

Owns 30 singles titles - among active players only Venus Williams (49) and Petra Kvitova (31) own more titles

Highlight of 2018 was winning her first Grand Slam title (d. Halep in F) and reclaiming the World No.1 ranking at Australian Open - becoming just the fourth player all-time (also Navratilova, Ivanovic and Azarenka) to simultaneously win her maiden major title and ascend to No.1; saved 2mp (in 2r vs. Fett) en route to title

Season highlight in 2017 was winning biggest title of career to that point at 2017 WTA Finals Singapore (d. V.Williams in F)

Scored three wins over No.1-ranked players in 2017, against Ka. Pliskova (Toronto), Muguruza (Tokyo [PPO] and Halep (Singapore). Had never previously secured victory over the top-ranked player in her career; lifetime record now stands at 4-6 vs No.1 players (also beat Halep at 2018 Australian Open)

In addition to 2018 Australian Open triumph, is also a two-time Grand Slam runner-up, losing the title match at the US Open in 2009 (l. Clijsters) and 2014 (l. S.Williams)

Became first Danish player to reach a Grand Slam final since Kurt Nielsen at 1955 Wimbledon

Made Grand Slam debut at 2007 Roland Garros (l. Dechy in 1r). Would go on to play 36 consecutive majors until streak was snapped by withdrawal from 2016 Roland Garros (w/right ankle injury)

Won first WTA title at 2008 Stockholm, the first title won by a Danish woman

Denmark's flag bearer at 2016 Rio Olympics

Rose to No.1 on October 11, 2010 and held No. 1 ranking for total of 67 weeks; returned to No.1 on January 29, 2018 after Australian Open title for the first time in six years, marking the longest gap between stint sat at the top spot since the computer rankings were introduced in November 1975

Broke into Top 100 on July 9, 2007 and entered Top 50 on January 28, 2008. Debuted in Top 10 on May 18, 2009

Qualified for WTA Finals on six occasions (2009-11, 2014, 2017, 2018)

Winner of two WTA doubles titles - 2008 Beijing (w/ Medina Garrigues) and 2009 Memphis (w/ Azarenka)

Made professional debut aged 15 as a wildcard at 2005 Cincinnati

In juniors, won girls' singles title at 2006 Wimbledon and was finalist at 2006 Australian Open

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Best Grand Slam Result

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W/L
124/52
2018

Australian Open

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2018

Roland Garros

QF x2
2017, 2010

Wimbledon

R16 x6
2017, 2015, 2014, 2011, 2010, 2009

US Open

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2014, 2009
W/L 37/13 21/12 25/13 41/14
2024
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2020
R32
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