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Coached by Anthony Richardson ... Began playing tennis at age 4 ... Introduced to the sport by her family and Townsville-based coach Wayne Hannah ... Mother's name is Maria; father's name is Ronnie; has one sister, Izabo, and one brother, Carl ... Parents immigrated to Australia from the Philippines ... Favorite shot is down-the-line forehand ... Loves dancing and would have tried to pursue as a career if she didn’t play tennis ... Pet dog, a chow chow, is called Amiga.
Career in Review
2019 – Third successive Top 150 season finish; fell in tour-level qualifying on seven occasions, including Australian Open and US Open; on ITF Circuit, won three singles titles and two doubles titles.
2018 – Fell 1r at Hobart (as WC, l. Haddad Maia), Australian Open (as WC, l. Haddad Maia) and US Open (as WC, l. Tomljanovic); won her way through qualifying at three tour-level events (Taipei City, Bogota and Guangzhou) but exited 1r on each occasion.
2017 – Made WTA qualifying debut at Brisbane, WTA main draw debut as WC at Hobart (d. Doi in 1r, l. Fett) and Grand Slam main draw debut as WC at Australian Open (l. Vekic in 1r); fell in WTA qualifying on 13 further occasions, incl. Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open; reached first WTA-level QFs of career at Guangzhou (as qualifier, l. Rodina) and Hong Kong (l. Gavrilova); also a quarterfinalist at WTA 125K Series event at Taipei City.
2016 – Won maiden ITF Circuit singles titles in back-to-back weeks at 25k ITF/Tweed Heads-AUS (d. Aiava in F) and 25k ITF/Brisbane-AUS (d. Kuzmova in F); reached a further final at 50k ITF/Toyota-JPN (l. Sabalenka) and also won first ITF doubles title. 2015 – Continued to play on ITF Circuit.
2014 - Played first events of career on ITF Circuit in Australia, reaching doubles final at 15k ITF/Toowoomba-AUS (w/Hon).