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Coached by Feng He and other coaches at the National Tennis Center in Beijing
Father is Yang Xinying and mother is Li Xiaojing; neither parent played tennis, and got involved as a kid to help build up body strength
Describes herself as an aggressive baseliner and looked up to Maria Sharapova when she was growing up. Favorite surface is hard and favorite tournament is the Australian Open; long-term goals are to become a Grand Slam champion and World No.1
Nickname is "Zhuzhu" (Zhu means pearl in Chinese)
Away from the court, likes shopping and spending time with her dog "Er Huang". Favorite book/movie is "The Lost Tomb", and favorite musician is Jay Chou from Chinese Taipei
Describes herself as "genuine"

Career Highlights

Winner (7): 2023 - Strasbourg (w/Yifan); 2022 - Indian Wells, San Jose (both w/Y.Xu); 2019 - Shenzhen (w/Peng); 2018 - Dubai (w/H.Chan); 2017 - Tokyo (International) (w/Aoyama); 2016 - Kuala Lumpur (w/Wongteanchai).
Finalist (8): 2021 - Dubai (w/Y.Xu), Strasbourg (w/Ninomiya); 2019 - Zhuhai (w/Duan); 2017 - Hobart (w/Dabrowski), Wuhan (w/Aoyama); 2016 - Nottingham (w/Dabrowski), Tokyo [PPO] (w/Liang), Zhuhai (w/You).

Chinese Fed Cup Team, 2017-19.

Career in Review

Owns three Top 100 wins: No.95 Kurumi Nara (2017 $100K ITF/Anning), No.63 Zheng Saisai (2016 Kuala Lumpur) and No.63 Puig (2014 Wuhan qualifying)

Contested only in doubles last season, reaching SF at Brisbane (w/L.Kichenok)

Posted third consecutive Top 50 finish in doubles in 2019. Won fourth WTA doubles title at Shenzhen (w/Peng) and was R-Up at Zhuhai (w/Duan); also captured WTA 125K Series title in Anning (w/Peng)

In 2018, lifted biggest trophy of career at Dubai and recorded best Grand Slam result with SF run at Roland Garros alongside H. Chan

Peaked at No.20 in doubles rankings on August 13, 2018

Enjoyed a successful 2017 season in doubles, winning one title at Tokyo [Japan Open] (w/Aoyama) while reaching two other finals at Wuhan (w/Aoyama) and Hobart (w/Dabrowski)

Claimed maiden WTA doubles title at Kuala Lumpur in 2016 (w/Wongteanchai); also finished as R-Ups at Zhuhai (w/You), Nottingham (w/Dabrowski) and Tokyo [PPO] (w/Liang)

Singles career-high ranking is No.151 (achieved on Sep.14, 2015)

Best singles results at tour level are 2r appearances at 2016 Kuala Lumpur (as qualifier, d. Zheng Saisai, l. Broady) and 2015 Baku, where she made WTA singles main draw debut (as qualifier, d. Beygelzimer [via ret.], l. Gasparyan)

Made WTA qualifying debut at 2013 Guangzhou

On ITF Circuit, winner of three singles titles and 12 doubles titles

Played first event of career on ITF Circuit in 2009

Gold medalist in women's doubles at 2018 Asian Games (w/Xu)

Chinese Billie Jean King Cup Team, 2017-19

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