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Grand Slam Record

Grand Slams

Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

SF x1
W/L
37/34
2016

Australian Open

R16 x1
2020

Roland Garros

SF x1
2016

Wimbledon

QF x1
2018

US Open

R32 x2
2019, 2018

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Personal

Coached by Elise Tamaëla, formerly with Raemon Sluiter
Parents are Rob and Doré; sisters are Joyce and Daisy
Started playing at age 6. Aggressive baseliner; favorite surfaces are hard and clay
Tennis idol growing up was Kim Clijsters
Enjoys listening to music, reading, shopping and seeing friends

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (10): 2020 - St. Petersburg; 2019 - St. Petersburg, Madrid; 2018 - Charleston, Cincinnati, Seoul; 2017 - Gstaad, Nürnberg; 2016 - Nürnberg; 2012 - Fès.
Finalist (5): 2019 - 's-Hertogenbosch, Palermo, Zhuhai; 2018 - Madrid; 2016 - Gstaad.

DOUBLES
Winner (10): 2018 - Brisbane (w/Schuurs); 2017 - Gstaad, Auckland, Seoul, Linz (all w/Larsson); 2016 - Nürnberg, Linz, Luxembourg (all w/Larsson); 2015 - Hobart, Bastad (both w/Larsson).
Finalist (6): 2020 - Brisbane (w/Barty); 2018 - 's-Hertogenbosch (w/Flipkens); 2017 - 's-Hertogenbosch (w/Schuurs), WTA Finals (w/Larsson); 2016 - Acapulco (w/Larsson); 2015 - Seoul (w/Larsson).

ADDITIONAL
Dutch Fed Cup Team, 2011-12, 2014-17, 2020-21; Dutch Olympic Team, 2016.

Career in Review

Defended her St. Petersburg title in 2020 (d. Rybakina in F) - was second time defending a title, after Nurnberg, 2016-17 - recorded 100th main draw victory on hardcourts over Potapova in St. Petersburg QF

Reached a career high ranking of World No.4 in 2019 following her first Premier Mandatory title at Madrid (defeated four Grand Slam champion en route - Ostapenko, Kvitova, Stephens and Halep in F). Also became first woman to win Madrid title without dropping a set

Other season highlights in 2019 included lifting the trophy at St. Petersburg (d. Vekic in F) and final runs at Palermo (l. Teichmann), Zhuhai (l. Sabalenka), and on home soil in ‘s-Hertogenbosch (could not convert five championship points in loss to Riske)

Became the third alternate to win a match at the 2019 WTA Finals since the round robin format was introduced in 2003 - also Bartoli (2007, 2011) and A.Radwanska (2008-09). Defeated No.1 Barty in Shenzhen to record her first win over the Australian and second win over a reigning World No.1, having also defeated Halep in 2018 Cincinnati final

Won 55 matches in 2019 – the second most of the season, behind Barty (56)

Struck 457 aces in 2019 - the second most on Tour behind Ka.Pliskova with 488

Won the WTA Jerry Diamond ACES Award in 2019, granted to the player who consistently goes above and beyond in promoting the sport of women’s tennis to fans, media and local communities by performing off-court promotional and charitable initiatives

Enjoyed a break-out year in 2018, reaching a career-best four singles finals across the season and breaking into the Top 10 (October 8, 2018) – first Dutch woman to be ranked in the Top 10 since Brenda Schultz-McCarthy in 1996

Won the WTA’s Most Improved Player Award in 2018

Lifted three titles in 2018, at Charleston (d. Goerges in F), Cincinnati (d. World No.1 Halep in F – saved 1mp) and Seoul (d. Tomljanovic in F). Reached one further final, at Premier Mandatory Madrid (l. Kvitova)

Scored WTA-leading 12 Top 10 wins in 2018. Prior to 2018, only had three Top 10 wins in her career

Also reached SF on WTA Finals debut in 2018 (l. Svitolina)

Enjoyed her best result at Wimbledon in 2018 by reaching her second career Grand Slam QF (l. Goerges). Became first Dutch woman to reach QF at Wimbledon since Krajicek in 2007

Season highlights in 2017 were titles at Nürnberg and Gstaad, and posted first Premier Mandatory QF at Madrid

Finished 2016 ranked No.22 in singles – big jump from her season-ending ranking of No.101 in 2015

Played on Netherlands Olympic team at 2016 Rio Olympics – fell in 1r (l. Errani)

Won maiden career singles title at 2012 Fès as a qualifier in just her second main draw appearance

Owner of 10 WTA doubles titles, most recently at 2018 Brisbane (w/Schuurs), and reached Slam QFs at 2015 Australian Open and 2016 Roland Garros (both w/Larsson). Career-high doubles ranking is No.16 (April 16, 2018)

Made WTA main draw debut as a wildcard at 2011 ‘s-Hertogenbosch (l. 1r)

Played first event of career on ITF Circuit in the Netherlands in 2006; has won seven singles titles and 11 doubles titles at this level

Netherlands Fed Cup Team, 2011-2012, 2014-2020

Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

SF x1
W/L
37/34
2016

Australian Open

R16 x1
2020

Roland Garros

SF x1
2016

Wimbledon

QF x1
2018

US Open

R32 x2
2019, 2018
W/L 7/8 15/10 9/8 6/8
2021
-
R128
R128
-
2020
R16
R16
-
-
2019
R64
R64
R32
R32
2018
R32
R32
QF
R32
2017
R128
R64
R128
R128
2016
R128
SF
R32
R128
2015
R64
R128
R128
R64
2014
R128
R16
-
R128
2013
R128
R128
R128
R128
2012
-
R128
R64
R64
2024
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Apr 16, 2018
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