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Currently coached by her father, Andrea Rabzak, and Patrick Daciek; fitness trainers are Chris May and Bryan Doo...Started playing tennis at age 7 with a friend at a park by her house...Favorite surface is a slow hard court; favorite tournament is the Australian Open...Had many tennis idols growing up including Martina Hingis, Jennifer Capriati and Kim Clijsters...Best tennis memory so far has been competing at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janiero...Parents are Yurek and Wanda...Speaks English, French and Polish...Off the court, enjoys reading, TV, podcasts, music and playing other sports...Favorite city is Melbourne...Favorite movie is The Lord of the Rings...Favorite celebrity is Russell Brand...Describes her playing style as an “all court player” and enjoys playing at net while incorporating finesse and touch shots.
Winner (9): 2019 - Nürnberg (w/Xu); 2018 - Sydney, Eastbourne (both w/Xu), Doha (w/Ostapenko); 2017 - Miami, New Haven (both w/Xu); 2016 - Mallorca (w/Martínez Sánchez); 2015 - Monterrey (w/Rosolska); 2014 - Washington (w/Aoyama).
Finalist (9): 2020 - Adelaide (w/Xu), Doha (w/Ostapenko); 2019 - Madrid, Wimbledon (w/Xu); 2018 - Beijing (w/Xu); 2017 - Hobart (w/Z.Yang); 2016 - Nottingham (w/Yang); 2013 - Brussels (w/Peer), Linz (w/Rosolska).
Winner (2): 2018 - Australian Open (w/Pavic); 2017 - Roland Garros (w/Bopanna)
Finalist (2): 2019 - Roland Garros (w/Pavic); 2018 - Roland Garros (w/Pavic).
Canadian Fed Cup Team, 2013-20. Canadian Olympic Team, 2016.
Career in Review
2019 – Finished in Top 10 in doubles for second consecutive year at No.8; won one doubles titles in Nurnberg (w/Xu); qualified for year-end WTA Finals in Shenzhen (w/ Xu) going 1-2 in group play; reached first ever Grand Slam final in doubles at Wimbledon (w/Xu, l. Hsieh/Strycova); finished runner-up at Madrid (w/Xu); reached SF five times, QF eight times (incl. Roland Garros and US Open, both w/Xu); in singles, fell in qualifying seven times.
2018 – Earned first ever year-end Top 10 doubles ranking at No.10; won three doubles titles, in Sydney and Eastbourne (both w/Xu) and in Doha (w/Ostapenko); won second Grand Slam Mixed Doubles title at Australian Open (w/Pavic); qualified for year-end WTA Finals in Singapore (w/ Xu) falling in QF (l. Babos/Mladenovic); finished runner-up at Beijing (w/Xu); reached SF five times (incl. Wimbledon w/Xu), QF four times (incl. Australian Open w/Xu) and R16 at Roland Garros (w/Xu); in singles, fell 1r twice at Quebec City (as qualifier, l. Fernandez) and Tokyo (as qualifier, l. Konta) and in qualifying five times.
2017 – Finished with first ever Top 20 year-end ranking in doubles at No.18; won two doubles titles (both w/Xu) in New Haven and Miami; won first career Grand Slam title, in mixed doubles at Roland Garros (w/Bopanna); qualified for year-end WTA Finals in Singapore (w/Xu) falling in QF (l. Makarova/Vesnina); finished runner-up at Hobart (w/Yang); reached SF three times, QF eight times (incl. US Open w/Xu) and R16 at Roland Garros (w/Xu); in singles, reached 2r once at Rabat (as qualifier, l. Schiavone); fell 1r once at Quebec City (as qualifier, l. Dodin) and in qualifying 13 times.
2016 – Won third WTA doubles title in Mallorca (w/Martinez Sanchez); finished runner-up at Nottingham (w/Yang); reached SF five times and QF four times; fell 2r at Roland Garros and Wimbledon (w/Martinez Sanchez) and 1r at Australian Open (w/ Rosolska) and US Open (w/Maritnez Sanchez); reached 2r at Rio Olympics (w/Bouchard); won one doubles title on ITF circuit; in singles, fell in qualifying four times and won one title on ITF circuit.
2015 – Ended year for first time in doubles Top 50 at No.48; won doubles title at Monterrey (w/Rosolska); advanced to SF at Stanford (w/Rosolska) and QF six times; reached R16 at Australian Open and fell 1r at Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open (all w/Rosolka); went 0-2 in group play at WTA Elite Trophy Zhuhai (w/ Rosolska); won one doubles title on ITF circuit; in singles fell in 1r three times and qualifying 17 times (incl. all four Slams).
2014 – In doubles, earned first Top 100 finished at No.65 and won first WTA title of career at Washington DC (w/Aoyama); reached SF at Monterrey (w/Kalashnikova) and Linz (w/Rosolska); advanced to R16 at US Open and 2r at Roland Garros (both w/Rosolska); fell 1r at Wimbledon (w/ Rosolska); won three doubles titles on ITF circuit; in singles, made Top 200 debut and played first WTA main draw matches of career by reaching 2r at Bastad (as qualifier, d. Giorgi, l. Barthel) and falling 1r in Quebec City (l. Savchuk); fell in qualifying eleven times (incl. Roland Garros and US Open); won one title on ITF circuit.
2013 – Finished runner-up in doubles in Brussels (w/Peer) and Linz (w/Rosolska); advanced to SF at Toronto (w/Fichman); reached QF three times; won two doubles titles on ITF circuit; in singles, fell in qualifying nine times (incl. US Open).
2012 – Earned first doubles WTA main draw wins by reaching SF at Quebec City (w/Riske) and QF at Dallas (w/Hsieh); won three doubles titles on ITF circuit; in singles, fell in qualifying three times.
2011 – Won one doubles title on ITF circuit (w/ Pelletier); in singles, fell in qualifying in WTA events in three occasions.
2010 – Won one title in doubles on ITF circuit (w/Fichman); in singles, fell in qualifying twice.
2009 – Reached two SFs in doubles on ITF circuit; in singles, fell in qualifying once.
2008 – Played first WTA event in doubles in Montreal falling in 1r (w/Fichman); in singles, fell in qualifying twice.
2007 – Won first doubles title on ITF circuit (w/Fichman); in singles, played first WTA qualifying in Quebec City.
2006 – Played first events on ITF circuit in Canada in both singles and doubles.