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Grand Slam Record

Grand Slams

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Highest Finish

W x2
W/L
112/44
2019, 2018

Australian Open

F x1
2018

Roland Garros

W x1
2018

Wimbledon

W x1
2019

US Open

SF x1
2015

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Personal

Growing up, she followed Justin Henin. The way she played and competed on the court has always been a source of inspiration
Pizza lover, chocolate addict (which was banned lately), and a fresh lemonade
In love with Paris - views it as the most beautiful city
In her time off, she really enjoys going shopping and walking in the park

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (24): 2022 - Melbourne [250], Toronto; 2020 - Dubai, Prague, Rome; 2019 - Wimbledon; 2018 - Shenzhen, Roland Garros, Montréal; 2017 - Madrid; 2016 - Madrid, Bucharest, Montréal; 2015 - Shenzhen, Dubai, Indian Wells; 2014 - Doha, Bucharest; 2013 - Nürnberg, 's-Hertogenbosch, Budapest, New Haven, Moscow, Sofia.
Finalist (18): 2021 - Cluj-Napoca; 2019 - Doha, Madrid; 2018 - Australian Open, Rome, Cincinnati; 2017 - Rome, Roland Garros, Cincinnati, Beijing; 2015 - Toronto, Cincinnati; 2014 - Madrid, Roland Garros, WTA Finals; 2012 - Brussels; 2011 - Fès; 2010 - Fès.

DOUBLES
Winner (1): 2018 - Shenzhen (w/Begu).
Finalist (1): 2016 - Montréal (w/Niculescu).

ADDITIONAL
Romanian Fed Cup Team, 2010, 2012, 2014-19; Romanian Olympic Team, 2012.

Career in Review

Returned to competition at 2024 Miami, her first tournament since 2022 US Open

Lifted 23rd and 24th career titles in 2022, at Melbourne Summer Set 1 (d. Kudermetova in F) and Toronto (d. Haddad Maia in F). Also reached SF on five other occasions, including at Wimbledon (l. eventual champion Rybakina)

Finished 2021 season at No.20 and briefly dropped out of the Top 20 for the first time since 2013 on Nov.1, 2021

Ended year on a high note, reaching QF at Moscow (l. Sakkari) and SF at Linz as well as reaching first and only final of the year at Cluj-Napoca (l. Kontaveit)

Retired in opening match of Rome against Kerber after tearing a calf muscle that kept her out of Roland Garros and Wimbledon where she was the defending champion; made return to play at Montreal and reached R16 at US Open (l. Svitolina)

Reached SF at Stuttgart (l. Sabalenka) and 3r at Madrid (l. Mertens)

Posted a 17-match winning streak in 2020, featuring titles at Dubai, Prague and Rome - the longest streak (at any level) of her career

Victory at 2020 Dubai saw her become the sixth active player to reach 20 career titles

Lifted second Grand Slam title of her career at Wimbledon in 2019 (d. S.Williams in F)

Ended 2018 season as World No.1 for the second time in her career, with season highlighted by maiden major title at Roland Garros (d. Stephens in F) - was the second Romanian woman to win a Grand Slam singles title, following in the footsteps of 1978 Roland Garros champion Virginia Ruzici

Opened 2018 season by sweeping singles and doubles titles at Shenzhen - doubles titles w/Begu was the first of her career

Finished 2017 as the year-end World No.1, having ascended to the No.1 spot for first time in career on October 9, 2017 - became the 25th woman to reach the top spot, and the 13th to hold year-end No.1

Has spent 64 weeks as World No.1

Made Top 10 debut on January 27, 2014 and has remained there ever since

Breakthrough at Slam level came in 2014, when she made QF at Australian Open (l. Cibulkova), SF at Wimbledon (l. Bouchard) and finished R-Up at Roland Garros (l. Sharapova)

Owns one win over a reigning World No.1: vs. S.Williams in RR at 2014 WTA Finals Singapore

She won her first six WTA titles in the same calendar year in 2013, and was the first to do so since Stefanie Graf in 1986. This led to her being named the WTA Most Improved Player at the end of the year

Between May 2013 and August 2014, improved ranking from No.64 to No.2, winning seven titles

Scored first Top 10 win over then No.6 Li Na in 1r at 2011 US Open

Broke into Top 100 on October 4, 2010, Top 50 on September 12, 2011 and Top 20 on August 26, 2013

Has qualified six times for WTA Finals in Singapore (2014-19, although withdrew injured in 2018), reaching final in 2014 (l. S.Williams)

Made WTA main draw debut at 2010 Marbella as a qualifier, reaching quarterfinals

Romanian Fed Cup Team, 2010, 2012, 2014-19; Romanian Olympic Team, 2012

Made professional debut on ITF Circuit in Romania in 2006

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Best Grand Slam Result

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2018

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2018

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2019

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2015
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2021
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2020
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R64
2018
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R32
R128
2017
R128
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QF
R128
2016
R128
R16
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QF
2015
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R64
R128
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2014
QF
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SF
R32
2013
R128
R128
R64
R16
2012
R128
R128
R128
R64
2011
R32
R64
R64
R64
2010
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R128
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R128
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