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Grand Slam Record

Grand Slams

Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

SF x1
W/L
26/34
2023

Australian Open

SF x1
2023

Roland Garros

R32 x2
2021, 2017

Wimbledon

R32 x3
2023, 2021, 2019

US Open

R32 x1
2020

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Personal

Coached by Mark Gellard. Previously worked with Nikola Horvat and Izo Zunic
Parents are Tomasz and Beata; sister is Dagmara
Started playing at age 6, favorite shot is backhand; favorite surfaces are hard and grass, and favorite tournament is Roland Garros
Tennis idol growing up was Monica Seles

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (2): 2020 - Hua Hin; 2019 - Bronx; 2014 - 125/Ningbo.
Finalist (4): 2023 - Guangzhou; 2022 - Chennai; 2019 - Seoul; 2015 - Tokyo [Japan Open].

DOUBLES
Winner (2): 2022 - Charleston (w/Klepac), Eastbourne (w/Krunic).
Finalist (2): 2017 - Bogotá (w/Cepede Royg); 2016 - Hong Kong (w/Y.Xu); 2014 - Guangzhou (w/Cornet).

ADDITIONAL
Polish Fed Cup Team, 2011-12, 2016-20; Polish Olympic Team, 2016.

Career in Review

Opened 2023 by going 3-1 in singles for Poland in the City Final in Sydney at inaugural United Cup (l. Keys), then achieved best Grand Slam result with SF at Australian Open (l. eventual champion Sabalenka). Broke into Top 20 for first time reaching No. 19 on March 20, 2023.

Reached final at Guangzhou (l. Wang Xiyu) and ended 2023 by qualifying for Zhuhai Elite Trophy (0-2 in group stage).

2022 season highlight was R-Up finish at Chennai (l. Fruhvirtova). Also won two doubles titles, at Charleston (w/Klepac) and Eastbourne (w/Krunic)

Posted seventh successive Top 100 season in 2021, finishing at No.57 after starting her season at Miami in March, due to a knee injury

Reached two semifinals in 2021, at Strasbourg (l. Cirstea) and Cleveland (l. Begu)

Matched previous best results at Grand Slams in 2021 with 3r runs at Roland Garros (d. World No.1 Barty via ret. in 2r; l. Jabeur) and Wimbledon (d. No.5 Svitolina in 2r for best win of career in a completed match, before falling to Badosa)

Won second WTA singles title at Hua Hin in 2020 (d. Kung in F), rising to new career-high ranking of No.33 (on February 17)

Posted best result at US Open by advancing to 3r (l. Kontaveit); now has reached this stage at all four Grand Slams

Winner of 2020 WTA Shot of the Year; became the third Polish woman to win this award (after A.Radwanska and Swiatek)

Her 2019 campaign was highlighted by lifting maiden WTA title at the Bronx and finished R-Up at Seoul (l. Muchova); broke into Top 50 on September 9, 2019

Season highlights in 2018 included QF run at Washington DC (l. Vekic); win over No.17 Osaka in 2r was first Top 20 victory - previous career-best win came over No.21 Gavrilova at 2017 Tokyo [PPO]

Posted first career victories at 2018 Australian Open during 3r run (d. Brady in 1r and No.22 seed Kasatkina in 2r, l. Allertova)

Highlight of 2017 campaign was SF at Kuala Lumpur (l. Hibino). Also made QF at Bogotá and reached 3r at major for first time at Roland Garros

In 2016 enjoyed run to first Premier-level quarterfinal of career at Tokyo [PPO] (as qualifier, l. eventual champion Wozniacki); also advanced to QF at Katowice (l. Parmentier)

Reached maiden WTA singles final at 2015 Tokyo [Japan Open] (l. Wickmayer)

Broke into Top 100 on June 15, 2015

Played first two WTA main draws in 2013: 2r at Strasbourg (l. Cornet) and SF at Baku (l. Peer)

Made professional debut on ITF Circuit in Poland in 2007; owns 12 singles titles and eight doubles titles on ITF Circuit

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Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

SF x1
W/L
26/34
2023

Australian Open

SF x1
2023

Roland Garros

R32 x2
2021, 2017

Wimbledon

R32 x3
2023, 2021, 2019

US Open

R32 x1
2020
W/L 8/8 6/9 7/8 5/9
2024
R128
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2023
SF
R128
R32
R64
2022
R64
R64
R64
R128
2021
-
R32
R32
R128