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Grand Slam Record

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F x1
W/L
102/42
2017

Australian Open

SF x2
2022, 2015

Roland Garros

SF x1
2018

Wimbledon

QF x2
2023, 2015

US Open

F x1
2017

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Personal

Coached by Bjorn Fratangelo
Mother is Christine; siblings are Sydney, Montana and Hunter. Was introduced to tennis by watching it on television as a little girl
Favorite shot is serve; favorite surface is hard
Favorite food is tacos; favorite movie is Imitation Game; favorite singer is Beyoncé; favorite types of music are hip-hop, pop, rap and country
Favorite places are Charleston and Rome
Also enjoys interior design, plants, baking, friends and family, watching TV and shopping
Most memorable experience is playing a match in an earthquake in Costa Rica
Goal is to work hard and be the best she can be
Very passionate about her charity, Kindness Wins, which is a platform for kindness, with special emphasis on kindness to self, kindness to youth and kindness to others in times of struggle.

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (7): 2023 - Eastbourne; 2022 - Adelaide [250], 2019 - Charleston, Cincinnati; 2017 - Stanford; 2016 - Birmingham; 2014 - Eastbourne.
Finalist (5): 2020 - Brisbane; 2017 - US Open; 2016 - Rome, Montréal; 2015 - Charleston.

ADDITIONAL
US Billie Jean King Cup Team, 2014, 2016, 2018-19; US Olympic Team, 2016.

Career in Review

In 2023, won seventh career title at Eastbourne (d. Kasatkina in F), reached SF at US Open and reached four QFs including Wimbledon; also qualified for WTA Elite Trophy in Zhuhai (0-2 in group play)

At 2022 Adelaide, won first title in over two years (d. Riske in F), followed by SF run at Australian Open - best Slam showing since 2018

Other highlights in 2022 were SF at Cincinnati and two further QF runs, including at Indian Wells

In Grand Slam play, 2021 season was highlighted by R16 run at Wimbledon (l. Golubic). Finished campaign inside Top 100 for ninth successive year, but outside Top 20 for first time since 2014

Ended 2020 ranked No.16, with best result being R-Up finish at Brisbane (l. Ka. Pliskova)

Lifted biggest title of career during 2019 season at WTA 1000 Cincinnati (d. Kuznetsova in F); afterwards returned to Top 10 for first time since week of June 25, 2018

Also won title at Charleston (d. Wozniacki) and reached QF at 2019 Roland Garros (l. Barty), one of three Americans to make last eight (also Anisimova and Stephens) - the first time since 2004 (Capriati, S.Williams and V.Williams) Reached three SFs in 2018 at Charleston, Roland Garros and US Open

Reached first Grand Slam final in 2017 at US Open, losing to Sloane Stephens in 10th all-American final in the Open Era. At 22, became the youngest Flushing Meadows finalist since 19-year-old Caroline Wozniacki lost to Kim Clijsters in 2009 Also in 2017, won third WTA title at Stanford (d. Vandeweghe)

Enjoyed first Top-10 year-end finish in 2016 (at No.8), was youngest player in Top 20; won second title at Birmingham (d. Strycova) and reached final at Rome (l. S.Williams) and Montreal (l. Halep)

Broke into Top 10 on June 20 as first American to make Top-10 debut since S.Williams in 1999

Made WTA Finals debut at Singapore in 2016, going 1-2 in round-robin play

Represented USA at 2016 Rio Olympics, reaching SF (l. Bronze medal match to Petra Kvitova)

Qualified for WTA Elite Trophy Zhuhai in 2015, 2018-19; went 1-1 in round-robin stage on all three appearances, with best result SF run in 2018 (withdrew before match vs. Muguruza w/left knee injury)

Advanced to maiden major SF at 2015 Australian Open (l. eventual champion S.Williams); broke into Top 20 following conclusion of tournament, on February 2

Also in 2015, reached second career title at Charleston (l. Kerber) and reached QF at Wimbledon

Won first career title at 2014 Eastbourne (d. No.9 Kerber in F); was second-youngest player to win a WTA title in 2014, (after Vekic at Kuala Lumpur); also, youngest American to win a title since Vania King in October 2006 (17y 254d at Bangkok)

Broke into Top 100 at beginning of 2013 season and finished the year No.39; highlights were SF at Osaka, QFs at Sydney, Charleston and Birmingham and 3r at Australian Open and Wimbledon

Earned first Top 20 win over No.17 Lucie Safarova while ranked No.135 at 2013 Sydney; then earned first Top 10 win over No.5 Na Li as LL at Madrid

In 2012, reached 2r at Miami and played main draw at Australian Open, Memphis and Cincinnati; also won two titles on ITF circuit

Earned first Grand Slam win at 2011 US Open (d. Craybas, l. Safarova in 2r), also played main draw at Miami and contested qualifying at Indian Wells

Won first title on ITF circuit at 2010 $10k/ITF Cleveland, OH, USA; also contested qualifying at US Open in 2010 Member of USA’s Billie Jean King Cup team in 2014, 2016, 2018-19, 2022

Made professional debut in 2009 and Tour-level debut at 2009 Ponte Vedra Beach (as WC, d. Kudryavtseva, l. No.10 Nadia Petrova); was seventh youngest player to win a WTA main draw match at 14y 48d and youngest since Hingis in 1994

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Best Grand Slam Result

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102/42
2017

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SF x2
2022, 2015

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SF x1
2018

Wimbledon

QF x2
2023, 2015

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2017
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2021
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R32
R16
R128
2020
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R128
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2019
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2018
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2017
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2016
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2015
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2014
R64
R128
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R32
R64
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R128
2012
R128
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R64
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20
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