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Introduced to tennis by her father, started playing at 4 years old...Didn't idolize a specific player growing up, but was a fan of all the greats...Favorite surface is play on is hardcourt...Favorite tournaments are Acapulco, Indian Wells and Wimbledon...Best tennis memory was winning second career WTA title at 2019 Nottingham with her best friend, Giuliana Olmos...Enjoys cooking, baking, adventuring/being outdoors, and spending time with friends and family...Played collegiately at Arizona State University for four successful seasons where she defeated the No.1 player in the nation in two straight seasons (one of them being Francesca Di Lorenzo), and finished her senior season ranked No.34 nationally in singles.

Career Highlights

DOUBLES
Winner (2): 2020 - Acapulco (w/Olmos); 2019 - Nottingham (w/Olmos).
Finalist (2): 2019 - Acapulco (w/Olmos); 2018 - Monterrey (w/Olmos).

Career in Review

2019 – Won second career doubles title at Nottingham w/Olmos; produced best Grand Slam doubles result with Round of 16 finish at Roland Garros (w/Pegula); advanced to doubles final in Acapulco (w/Olmos); reached an additional three quarterfinals and two semifinals in doubles at the WTA level.

2018 – Hoisted first career WTA doubles title at Gstaad w/Guarachi; reached doubles final in Monterrey w/Olmos; captured ITF Vancouver 100K doubles title and reached WTA 125K Oracle Challenger Series final in Houston (both w/Olmos); reached an additional three quarterfinals and two semifinals in doubles at the WTA level.

2017 – Captured five ITF doubles titles at Sacramento, Incheon, Irapuato, Saint Martin, and Fort-De-France (all w/Olmos); also, advanced to finals of ITF Vancouver 100K doubles event w/Olmos; competed in several ITF singles events.

2016 – Appeared in 11 ITF singles events, produced best singles and doubles results at same event in ITF Delgada 2 10K with a quarterfinal visit in singles and runner-up finish in doubles (w/Vikhrianova) – first final of any kind.

2015 – Competed in two ITF singles and one ITF doubles event.

2014 – Did not play any pro tour event.

2013 – Did not play any pro tour event.

2012 – Played in both singles and doubles at ITF Rancho Mirage 25K event.

2011 – Contested first singles events, falling in qualifying at ITF Rancho Santa Fe 25K (l. Muhammad) and ITF Carson 50K (l. Vickery).

2010 – Competed in first pro-level event at ITF Rancho Mirage 25K in doubles, reaching semifinals in w/Vandeweghe (l. Kichenok twins).