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Reunited with Dimitri Zavialoff in November 2020, formerly worked with Michael Joyce, Wim Fissette and Thomas Hogstedt
Parents are Gabor (hotelier) and Gabriella (dentist); older sister is Emese (works in fashion). Was introduced to the sport at age 8 by parents; started to play at an afterschool program
Speaks Hungarian and English
Enjoys live music, watching movies, reading and the occasional shopping spree
Tennis idol growing up was Steffi Graf
Best tennis memory is representing Great Britain at the 2016 Olympic Games

Career Highlights

Winner (4): 2021 - Nottingham; 2017 - Sydney, Miami; 2016 - Stanford.
Finalist (5): 2019 - Rabat, Rome; 2018 - Nottingham; 2017 - Nottingham; 2016 - Beijing.

British Fed Cup Team, 2013-15, 2017-18; British Olympic Team, 2016.

Career in Review

Disrupted 2020 season saw her reach two semifinals, at Monterrey and Western & Southern Open

Highlight of 2019 was historic run at Roland Garros; recording first ever main draw win in Paris before becoming the first British woman to reach SF since Jo Durie’s run to the same stage in 1983, eventually falling to Vondrousova

Other highlights in 2019 included QF run at Wimbledon (d. No.9 Stephens and No.6 Kvitova; l. Strycova) and US Open (l. Svitolina), R-Up finish in Rome (l. Ka.Pliskova) and Rabat (l. Sakkari, after leading by a set and a break)

Highlights in 2018 included a second successive R-Up finish at Nottingham (l. Barty) and SF at Moscow [Kremlin Cup] (l. eventual champion Kasatkina)

Began 2017 season by lifting title at Sydney (d. A. Radwanska in F), before landing biggest title of career at Miami (d. Wozniacki in F)

At 2017 Wimbledon became first British player since Virginia Wade in 1978 to reach Wimbledon SF (l. eventual R-Up V.Williams). Posted career-high ranking of No.4 following the tournament, on July 17, 2017

Reached third final of 2017 season at Nottingham (l. Vekic). Also in 2017, reached SF for second year in a row at home event of Eastbourne – QF defeat of World No.1 Kerber was first by a British woman over a reigning No.1 since Barker d. Evert at 1979 Boston

Was the non-playing alternate for WTA Finals in Singapore in 2016, narrowly missing qualification in the Top 8

By virtue of finishing R-Up at 2016 Beijing (l. A. Radwanska) - her first Premier Mandatory final - made WTA Top 10 debut – becoming the first British woman to feature in the elite group since Durie in 1984, and the fourth British woman overall to do so (also Wade and Barker)

Won career-first singles title at 2016 Stanford in maiden final (d. V.Williams in F). First British woman to reach final of a Premier event since WTA Roadmap was introduced in 2009

Broke into Top 20 on June 6, 2016 (at No.18) – first British woman in Top 20 for nearly 30 years (the week of October 13, 1986, with Durie at No.20)

Made Slam breakthrough with historic run to SF at 2016 Australian Open (l. eventual champion Kerber); became first British woman to reach the last four at Melbourne Park since Sue Barker in December 1977, and at any Slam since Jo Durie at 1983 US Open

One of nine active players to reach a major SF on hard, grass and clay: also Azarenka, Bouchard, Clijsters, Halep, Kvitova, Muguruza, S.Williams and V.Williams

Was voted WTA Most Improved Player in 2016 by international media and fans

Made tour-level main draw debut at 2011 Copenhagen

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Singles Career High Ranking
Highest Singles
Jul 17, 2017
Doubles Career High Ranking
Highest Doubles
Aug 01, 2016