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Shots of the year: The best of April 20232023 Hot Shots • November 30, 2023
Andreescu withdraws from US Open; Badosa ends season due to injury2023 US Open • August 26, 2023
Badosa withdraws from Roland Garros after suffering spine injuryPlayer news • May 25, 2023
Ostapenko downs Badosa to reach first semifinal in Rome2023 Rome • May 17, 2023
Badosa outlasts Muchova to round out Rome quarterfinals2023 Rome • May 16, 2023
Badosa beats returning Jabeur in Rome second round2023 Rome • May 12, 2023
Takeaways: Badosa survives Friedsam in Rome, plays Jabeur next2023 Rome • May 10, 2023
Best Grand Slam Result
Shots of the year: The Top 20 points of May 2023Best of 2023 • December 1, 2023
Shots of the year: The Top 20 points of April 2023Best of 2023 • November 30, 2023
Rome: Badosa overcomes Muchova in over three hours to make quarters2023 Rome • May 16, 2023
Rome: Badosa's top plays from second-round upset of Jabeur2023 Rome • May 12, 2023
Rome: Badosa's pivotal forehands in third-set triumph over Friedsam2023 Rome • May 10, 2023
Madrid: Five blistering Badosa shots in third-round win over Gauff2023 Madrid • April 29, 2023
Madrid: Badosa battles past Cocciaretto in three sets2023 Madrid • April 27, 2023
Stuttgart: Sabalenka beats Badosa from a set and a break down2023 Stuttgart • April 21, 2023
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Currently coached by Pol Todeo; Previously worked with Jorge García
Born in New York City, often trains in Barcelona, near her hometown Begur in the Costa Brava, but lives in Dubai
Aggressive baseliner whose favorite shot is serve. Favorite tournament is US Open
Childhood idol was Maria Sharapova, whose dedication, work ethic and values inspired her to become a pro
Enjoys reading, always travels with books and her favorite is Tuesdays with Morrie (Mitch Albom)
Professional goals are to reach her full potential
Speaks English, Spanish and Catalan, and would like to learn more languages
Winner (3): 2022 - Sydney; 2021 - Belgrade, Indian Wells.
Career in Review
2021 - Recorded first career Top 10 finish at No.8; won first two WTA singles titles of her career in 2021 at Belgrade (d. Konjuh in F) and Indian Wells (d. Azarenka in F); enjoyed her best Grand Slam run at 2021 Roland-Garros by reaching the QF (l. Zidansek and qualified for first WTA Finals, where she advanced to the SF stage; Broke into the WTA Top 20 on October 18, 2021 after winning the Indian Wells title and reached the Top 10 on November 8, 2021; nominated for 2021 WTA Most Improved Player of the Year (won by Krejcikova), as voted on by members of the media
2020 - Second consecutive Top 100 finish, ending the year at No.70; at Roland Garros, upset former finalist Stephens and 2017 champion Ostapenko en route to reaching R16 for the first time at a major; posted then career-high singles ranking of No.69 (October 12, 2020) following Paris run; also reached SF at Istanbul (l. Bouchard)
2019 - First Top 100 season (finishing No,97); SF at Palermo (l. to Ber