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Career

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Grand Slam Record

Grand Slams

Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

W x1
W/L
52/32
2017

Australian Open

QF x1
2023

Roland Garros

W x1
2017

Wimbledon

SF x1
2018

US Open

QF x1
2023

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Personal

Currently coached by Stanislav Khmarsky; formerly worked with David Taylor, Glen Schaap and Marion Bartoli
Mother is Jelena Jakovleva, while father, Jevgenijs Ostapenko, is a former football player; half-brother's name is Maksim Ostapenko (graduated from art academy in California and lives there now); also has a dog named Juljeta
Introduced to tennis at age 5 by mother (who was also her first coach)
Favorite shots are serve and backhand; favorite surfaces are grass and hard; favorite tournament is Wimbledon
Speaks Russian, Latvian and English
Tennis idols are Serena Williams
Enjoys spending time with parents and dog, listening to music and going out with friends. Was a ballroom dancer for seven years

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (8): 2024 - Linz, Adelaide; 2023 - Birmingham; 2022 - Dubai; 2021 - Eastbourne; 2019 - Luxembourg; 2017 - Roland Garros, Seoul.
Finalist (8): 2022 - Eastbourne, Seoul; 2021 - Luxembourg; 2019 - Linz; 2018 - Miami; 2017 - Charleston; 2016 - Doha; 2015 - Québec City.

DOUBLES
Winner (8): 2024 - Eastbourne (w/Kichenok), Brisbane (w/Kichenok); 2022 - Birmingham, Cincinnati (both w/L.Kichenok); 2021 - Moscow (w/Siniakova); 2018 - Doha (w/Dabrowski); 2017 - Stuttgart (w/Atawo), St. Petersburg (w/Rosolska).
Finalist (8): 2024 - Australian Open (w/Kichenok); 2023 - Doha (w/L.Kichenok); 2022 - Dubai, Eastbourne (both w/L.Kichenok); 2021 - Doha (w/Niculescu); 2020 - Doha (w/Dabrowski); 2019 - Jurmala (w/Voskoboeva), Beijing (w/Yastremska).

MIXED DOUBLES
Finalist (1): 2019 - Wimbledon (w/Lindstedt).

ADDITIONAL
Latvian Fed Cup Team, 2013-21; Latvian Olympic Team, 2016.

Career in Review

Won sixth career title at 2023 Birmingham (d. Krejcikova in F) and reached SF at Rome; in doubles achieved R-Up at Doha (w/L.Kichenok)

At 2022 Dubai, lifted fifth career singles title (d. Kudermetova in F); finished R-Up at Eastbourne (l. Kvitova) and Seoul (l. Alexandrova) as well as SF at St. Petersburg and Doha

Won two doubles titles in 2022 at Birmingham and Cincinnati (both w/L.Kichenok); qualified for WTA Finals reaching SF Lifted first grass court title at 2021 Eastbourne (as WC, d. Kontaveit in F)

In 2021, also finished R-Up at Luxembourg (l. Tauson), made SF at Indian Wells (l. Azarenka), reached QF at Rome and represented Latvia at the Tokyo Olympics (l. Vesnina in 1r)

Won doubles title at 2021 Moscow (w/Siniakova)

Highlights of 2020 season included three Top 10 wins and reaching QF at Strasbourg

Finished R-Up in doubles w/Dabrowski at 2020 Doha (l. Hsieh/Strycova)

2019 season saw her capture third career title at Luxembourg (d. Goerges in F) right after finishing R-Up at Linz (l. Gauff)

Also R-Up in mixed doubles at 2019 Wimbledon w/Lindstedt

2018 campaign highlighted by finishing R-Up at Miami (l. Stephens); beat No.9 Petra Kvitova and No.4 Elina Svitolina to register multiple Top 10 wins in the same tournament for the first time

Reached SF at 2018 Wimbledon (l. eventual champion Kerber) to become first Latvian woman to reach final four at All England Club

Achieved career-high ranking of No.5 on March 19, 2018

In doubles won title at 2018 Doha (w/Dabrowski)

Enjoyed career-best season in 2017, finishing the year in the Top 10 for the first time (at No.7); was No.44 at end of 2016 (first Top 50 finish) and No.79 at end of 2015 (first Top 100 finish)

Champion at 2017 Roland Garros (d. Halep in F) becoming first woman to win first tour-level title at a Grand Slam since Barbara Jordan at 1979 Australian Open. Also became the first unseeded player to lift the trophy in the Open Era and the first Latvian player to reach the championship match at a Grand Slam

Followed up title run with QF appearance at 2017 Wimbledon; also won title at Seoul (d. Haddad Maia in F) and reached final at Charleston (l. Kasatkina)

Qualified for debut WTA Finals in 2017 went 1-2 in group stage

Made Top 10 debut at No.10 on September 11, 2017

In doubles, won first and second career titles in 2017, at St. Petersburg (w/Rosolska) and Stuttgart (w/Atawo) Breakthrough result of 2016 season was reaching final at Doha launching her into Top 50 at No.40 (l. Suárez Navarro); also in 2016 reached SF at Katowice and QF at Birmingham and Florianopolis ending year at No.44

Ended 2015 at No.79 for first Top 100 finish (up from No.308 in 2014). Having leapt 229 spots, was second highest year-end rankings jump, after Kasatkina who went from No.370 to No.72 (298 spots)

Highlights of 2014 were reaching first career WTA final at Quebec City (l. Beck) and 2r at Wimbledon and US Open

Scored first Top 10 win over No.9 Carla Suárez Navarro in 1r at 2015 Wimbledon

Made WTA main draw debut at 2014 Tashkent as WC advancing to 2r (l. Pervak)

Played qualifying at Moscow in 2012

Member of Latvian Billie Jean King Cup team in 2013-2022

Began professional career playing ITF in 2012 winning first career title at $10k/ITF Stockholm, SWE; owns seven career ITF titles

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Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

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W/L
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Australian Open

QF x1
2023

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W x1
2017

Wimbledon

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2018

US Open

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2023
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R64
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2022
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R16
R128
2021
R128
R128
R32
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2020
R64
R32
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2019
R128
R128
R128
R32
2018
R32
R128
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2017
R32
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2016
R128
R128
R128
R128
2015
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R64
R64
2024
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SinglesRanking
Current Singles
14
Singles Career High Ranking
Highest Singles
5
Mar 19, 2018
Doubles Current Ranking
Current Doubles
17
Doubles Career High Ranking
Highest Doubles
7
Sep 12, 2022