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Personal

Currently coached by Nick Horvat and also working with Pam Shriver
Both parents played professional sports: mother, Brankica (track hurdler) and father, Igor (soccer goalkeeper)
Favorite surface is hard
Speaks Croatian, English and Italian
Self-described as strong-willed, determined and extremely competitive

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (4): 2023 - Monterrey; 2021 - Courmayeur; 2017 - Nottingham; 2014 - Kuala Lumpur.
Finalist (8): 2023 - Berlin; 2022 - San Diego; 2019 - St. Petersburg, Nottingham; 2018 - Washington DC; 2015 - Tashkent; 2013 - Birmingham; 2012 - Tashkent.

ADDITIONAL
Croatian Fed Cup Team, 2012-15, 2017, 2019.

Career in Review

In 2023, posted best Australian Open result with QF (l. eventual champion Sabalenka), equalling best Grand Slam result (QF finish at 2019 US Open). Claimed fourth career title at Monterrey (d. Garcia) and runner-up at Berlin (l. Kvitova). Results brought ranking back into Top 20 for first time since 2019 and qualification for Zhuhai Elite Trophy.

2022's highlight was R-Up finish at San Diego (as qualifier, l. Swiatek). Elsewhere, made QF at Birmingham and Tallinn

Lifted third WTA title of her career at Courmayeur in October 2021 (d. Tauson in F)

Underwent knee surgery at start of 2021, but experienced some setbacks since her return to Tour last summer, tearing plantar fascia and suffering from knee and foot injuries in spring 2022

Contested the first match of the WTA Tour's resumption following the hiatus, defeating Rus in the 1r at 2020 Palermo

Ended 2019 ranked No.19 for career-best year-end finish (up from No.34 in 2018), having cracked the Top 20 for the first time on October 21, 2019

Produced career best Grand Slam result at 2019 US Open, where she reached QF (l. Bencic)

Also in 2019, finished R-Up at St. Petersburg (l. Bertens); en route to final, posted best win of career by ranking - and third over a Top 5 opponent - with defeat of No.2 Kvitova in QF, bettering victories over No.4 Stephens at 2018 Wimbledon and No.4 Garcia at 2018 Tokyo [PPO]

Also made final at Nottingham (l. Garcia in third set tie-break) and ended 2019 by qualifying for WTA Elite Trophy Zhuhai (fell RR)

Ended 2018 at then-career-high ranking of No.34, after registering 31 tour-level wins. Campaign highlighted by R-Up finish at Washington, DC (l. Kuznetsova after holding 4mp) - her first finals appearance since winning 2017 Nottingham - and made SF showings at Nottingham and Tokyo [PPO], and reached Grand Slam R16 for first time at Wimbledon (l. Goerges)

Enjoyed a resurgent year in 2017, breaking the Top 50 on July 24 and finishing campaign ranked No.54. Grass court season saw her lift a second WTA singles title of career, at Nottingham (d. No.8 Konta in final) - prior to this run had not posted back-to-back main draw wins since September 2015 (R-Up at Tashkent)

Posted just four tour-level wins across 2016, but closed the campaign by reaching two ITF finals, winning her fifth and most recent title at this level at $100k ITF/Sharm El Sheikh-EGY

Highlights in 2015 included reaching final at Tashkent (l. Hibino) and QF at Baku

Ranked No.95, lifted maiden WTA singles title at 2014 Kuala Lumpur (d. No.10 Cibulkova in final); aged 17 y 10 m, became youngest player to win a WTA singles title since 2006 Bangkok (Vania King)

Reached first WTA career final at 2012 Tashkent (l. Begu) on her WTA main draw debut, and in doing so became youngest WTA finalist since 15-year-old Paszek won Portoroz in 2005

Broke into Top 100 (at No.93) on January 28, 2013 Has won five ITF Circuit singles and one doubles title

Member of Croatian Fed Cup Team, 2012-15, 2017, 2019

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Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

QF x2
W/L
38/41
2023, 2019

Australian Open

QF x1
2023

Roland Garros

R16 x1
2019

Wimbledon

R16 x1
2018

US Open

QF x1
2019
W/L 13/12 8/11 8/9 9/9
2024
R128
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-
-
2023
QF
R64
R32
R128
2022
R128
R64
R128
R128
2021
R16
R128
R64
R128
2020
R32
R128
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R32
2019
R64
R16
R128
QF
2018
R64
R64
R16
R128
2017
R64
R128
R64
R32
2016
R128
R128
R128
-
2015
R128
R32
-
-
2014
R128
R128
R64
R128
2013
R64
R128
R128
R64
2024
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28
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19
Nov 04, 2019
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Current Doubles
237
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Highest Doubles
171
Aug 20, 2018
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2012 107 118
2011 391 392
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2018 171 260
2017 362 374
2016 383 1092
2015 310 371
2014 640 650
2012 1058
2011 1071 1074
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