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Coached by Jay Devashetty
Born in Flushing Hospital in New York before moving to New Jersey
Parents are Fay and Don, brother is Jay
Serves on the WTA Player’s Council as a representative for players ranked 101+
Graduated from Stanford University in 2014 with a major in Science, Technology and Society
Also graduated as a four-time all American, going 97-17 in four seasons with the Cardinal and was named the 2014 ITA National Senior Player of the Year
Career in Review
2019 – Made Top 100 debut ending year at No.91; earned first Grand Slam main draw win by advancing to R16 at US Open (l. Mertens); reached QF at San Jose (l. Vekic) and Seoul (l. Alexandrova); advanced to 2r at Bogota (l. Osorio Serrano) and Bronx (l. Muchova); reached first main draw at Wimbledon falling in 1r (as qualifier, l. Davis); fell in qualifying five times (incl. Australian Open and Roland Garros).
2018 – Fell 1r five times (incl. Australian Open); lost in qualifying on seven occasions (incl. Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open); in doubles, reached SF at Washington DC (w/Davis).
2017 – Ended year inside Top 200 for first time in career at No.106; earned first WTA main draw match win of career at Monterrey falling in 2r (as qualifier, l. Pavlyuchenkova); reached first WTA QF at Nottingham (l. Rybarikova); fell in 2r at Seoul (l. Cepede Royg) and 1r at Stanford (l. Cepede Royg) and Tianjin (l. Voegele); lost in qualifying six times (incl. Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open); won two titles on ITF circuit.
2016 – Fell in qualifying three times (incl. Australian Open, Roland Garros and US Open).
2015 – Won two titles on ITF circuit.
2014 – Fell 1r at Stanford (l. Vandeweghe).
2013 – Fell in qualifying at Stanford in only matches of year.
2012 – Fell in qualifying at Stanford; played on ITF circuit in USA and Canada.
2011 – Fell in qualifying at Stanford in only match of the year; won Pac-12 Women’s Tennis Championship.
2010 – Fell in qualifying at Stanford; played ITF circuit in USA and Canada.
2009 – Fell in qualifying twice (incl. US Open); won one title on ITF circuit.
2008 – Fell in 1r at US Open (as qualifier, l. Safina); won two ITF titles including at first tournament of career.