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Personal

Current coach is John Williams; Previously coached by Donald Young Sr
Parents, Gary and Sheila, are both school administrators; older sister is Symone
Gave birth to her son Adyn Aubrey on March 14, 2021
Has a dog (Sochi) and a cat (Gilligan)
Started playing right-handed for two years then switched to lefty
Aggressive all-court player; strengths are forehand, net game, slice
Loves music and dancing
Played violin for two years
Person she would most like to meet is Beyoncé
Tennis idol was Martina Navratilova

Career Highlights

DOUBLES
Winner (5): 2024 - Adelaide (w/Haddad Maia); 2023 - Cincinnati (w/Parks), Adelaide 1 (w/Muhammad), Adelaide 2 (w/Stefani); 2020 - Auckland (w/Muhammad), 125/Indian Wells (w/Muhammad); 2018 - 125/Indian Wells (w/Wickmayer).
Finalist (6): 2023 - Miami (w/Fernandez), Roland Garros (w/Fernandez); 2022 - US Open (w/McNally); 2019 - Auckland (w/Hourigan), 125/Indian Wells (w/Wickmayer); 2013 - Washington DC (w/Bouchard).

ADDITIONAL
American Fed Cup Team, 2015.

Career in Review

Reached third round at 2023 US Open for the second time in her career and first since becoming a mother (l. Muchova). Also in 2023 advanced to R16 at Guadalajara (l. Arango in 3r).

Finished R-Up in doubles at 2022 US Open (w/McNally, l. Krejcikova/Siniakova)

Last season in singles, made 2r at San Jose (as qualifier, l. eventual champion Kasatkina) and fell 1r at Roland Garros, Cincinnati and US Open. Won 11th and 12th ITF Circuit titles of her career in 2022, at W100 Charleston and W80 Tyler

Returned from maternity leave in April 2022 with QF runs at ITF Circuit clay-court tournaments in Palm Harbor and Charlottesville

Enjoyed doubles success in 2020, advancing to SF at US Open and winning titles at both Auckland and WTA 125K Series event in Indian Wells (all w/Muhammad)

In 2019, produced best singles performance at a major by reaching R16 at US Open (as qualifier, l. Andreescu); in 2r saved 1MP to upset No.4 seed Halep

Posted best year-end finish at No.74 in 2018, up from No.105 in 2017; reached career-high No.61 ranking on July 16, 2018

First broke into the Top 100 the week of January 19, 2015 at No.99

Highlights of 2018 were winning her ninth ITF singles title at $25k ITF/Sumter, SC-USA (d. Lim in F)

Advanced to 3r to 2017 Miami after coming through qualifying. Upset No.30 Vinci in 2r before losing to No.7 Kuznetsova

Reached 3r at 2014 Roland Garros (l. Suárez Navarro); at 18 years, one month was the youngest woman to reach 3r in Paris since 2009 (Pavlyuchenkova)

Made WTA main draw debut as wildcard at 2013 Indian Wells; in first match posted career first Top-100 win over No.57 Hradecka

Advanced to first WTA doubles final at 2013 Washington DC (w/Bouchard)

Won the junior singles and doubles titles at 2012 Australian Open; became first American to hold year-end No.1 junior world ranking since Gretchen Rush in 1982

Turned professional at end of 2012 season

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Current Singles
76
Singles Career High Ranking
Highest Singles
57
Apr 08, 2024
Doubles Current Ranking
Current Doubles
24
Doubles Career High Ranking
Highest Doubles
5
Jun 12, 2023