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Coached by Martijn Belgraver
Started playing tennis aged six
Favorite surface is hard
Belgian Billie Jean King Cup Team, 2012-14, 2016, 2019-20.
Career in Review
2019 – Second Top 150 season (finishing at No.115); notched career-high singles ranking of No.109 on July 22, 2019; successfully advanced through qualifying to contest main draw on nine occasions, including at Australian Open and Wimbledon, where she fell 1r at each; also reached QF at Rabat (l. Van Uytvanck) and 3r at Indian Wells (d. Townsend and Vekic, l. Pliskova).
2018 – First Top 150 season (finishing at No.150); reached QF at Budapest (d. Vekic, l. Barthel); reached 2r at Auckland (l. Hsieh) and Washington DC (l. S.Zheng); fell 1r two times and in qualifying seven times, including at all four Majors; won two doubles titles on ITF Circuit.
2017 – Third Top 200 season (finishing at No.181); fell during qualifying at US Open; on ITF Circuit, won two singles and one doubles title.
2016 – Finished the season outside the Top 200 at No.232; as a lucky loser, reached 1r at Brisbane (l. Azarenka), also contested 1r at Bucharest (l. Parmentier) and Quebec City (l. Crawford); fell during qualifying on eight occasions, including all four Majors; on the ITF Circuit, won one singles and one doubles title.
2015 – Second Top 200 season (finishing No.156); advanced through qualifying to reach 1r at Bastad (l. S.Williams); fell during qualifying on ten occasions, including all four Majors; won maiden WTA doubles titles at Rio De Janeiro (w/R.Peterson) and Katowice (w/D.Shuurs); on ITF Circuit, won two singles and two doubles titles.
2014 – First Top 200 season (finishing No.194); fell during qualifying at three WTA events; on ITF Circuit, won one singles and three doubles titles.
2013 – Won one singles and one doubles title on ITF Circuit.
2012 – Won maiden ITF Circuit singles title at 10K ITF/Meppel-NED (d. Kimmelmann in F); won an additional singles title at 10K ITF/Maaseik-BEL (d. Orlova in F) and two doubles titles on ITF Circuit.
2011 – Continued play on ITF Circuit.
2010 – Continued play on ITF Circuit.
2009 – Played first events of career on ITF Circuit in the Netherlands.