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Grand Slam Record

Grand Slams

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QF x1
W/L
24/16
2021

Australian Open

R16 x1
2022

Roland Garros

QF x1
2021

Wimbledon

R16 x2
2022, 2021

US Open

R64 x2
2022, 2021

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Personal

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

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (3): 2022 - Sydney; 2021 - Belgrade, Indian Wells.

Career in Review

2023 was a difficult season for Badosa; while she made the SF at Adelaide #2, reached back-to-back QF at Charleston and Stuttgart and an additional QF at Rome, she withdrew from Roland Garros with a back injury. Her last match of the year was at Wimbledon, where she fell in the R64. She ended her season afterwards due to continuing injury

In 2022, Badosa rose to career-high ranking of No.2 (April 25), won one title, at Sydney and advanced to SF at Indian Wells, Stuttgart and San Jose

Captured the first two WTA singles titles of her career in 2021 at Belgrade (d. Konjuh in F) and Indian Wells (d. Azarenka in F

Qualified for AKRON WTA Finals Guadalajara, 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

In 2021 also advanced to SF at Madrid, Charleston and Lyon and QFs at Roland-Garros, Cincinnati and Olympics

At 2020 Roland Garros, upset former finalist Stephens and 2017 champion Ostapenko en route to reaching R16 for the first time at a major. That year also reached SF at Istanbul (l. Bouchard)

Campaign in 2019 highlighted by SF run at Palermo (l. Bertens) and QF showing at Seoul (l. Y.Wang); also fell 1r on Grand Slam main draw debut at Australian Open (as qualifier, l. Birrell)

Finished 2018 inside Top 200 for the first time (at No.143); picked up three ITF titles at $25k ITF/Glasgow-UK, ITF/$25k Les Franqueses del Valles - FRA and ITF/$60k Valencia-ESP

Fell in qualifying at 2018 Wimbledon, Madrid and US Open

Claimed third title on ITF Circuit in 2017 at ITF/$25k El Espinar; Fell 1r at Miami and in qualifying at Madrid

In 2016, fell 1r at Miami, Madrid and Mallorca and in qualifying at Rio de Janeiro

As wildcard, made breakthrough on WTA Tour with 3r run at 2015 Miami Open (l. Ka.Pliskova)

Came through qualifying at 2015 Madrid, fell 1r to Errani via ret. w/left leg injury

Continued at ITF Circuit level during 2013-2014 before playing second WTA qualifying draw at 2015 Antwerp, where she advanced to 2r (l. Bodarenko)

Made WTA qualifying debut at 2013 Palermo, winning one match via retirement before falling in 2r (l.Gatto-Monticone) Won first title on ITF Circuit at $10k ITF/Sant Jordi-ESP in 2012; now owns seven singles titles at this level

Played first professional tournament of career at $10k ITF/Gexto-ESP in 2012 (l. in 1r)

Won girls' singles title at 2015 Roland Garros (d. Kalinskaya in F) and reached QF at Roland Garros and Wimbledon in 2014; finished 2015 as No.8 in ITF World Junior rankings

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Best Grand Slam Result

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24/16
2021

Australian Open

R16 x1
2022

Roland Garros

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2021

Wimbledon

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2022, 2021

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2022, 2021
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Apr 25, 2022
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381
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Apr 25, 2022
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