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Currently coached by Ann Grossman Wunderlich...Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and raised in Columbus, Ohio...Daughter of Daniela and Carlo and has three siblings, Mario, Cristina and Valentina...Cristina played collegiate tennis at Xavier, graduating in 2017, and Mario earned his degree from Ohio State...Both parents immigrated to America from Salerno, Italy...Di Lorenzo's entire extended family still lives in Italy...Enjoys watching movies and playing soccer and basketball...Produced one of the most decorated collegiate tennis careers in Ohio State University history...NCAA Doubles Champion and three-time ITA National Champion…2017 Ohio State Female Athlete of the Year…Two-time singles All-American and a doubles All-American…74-7 overall through her first two seasons, ranking first in program history in singles winning percentage (.914)…Also led program in career doubles winning percentage (55-7, .887)…Ranked 15th in career wins…Held a program-record 37 wins in each of first two years…Was ranked No. 1 during each of first two seasons as a Buckeye…Two-time B1G Player of the Year, 2016 B1G Freshman of the Year and ITA Midwest Region Rookie of the Year…Ranked top newcomer in ITA rankings entering freshman year...Prior to playing at Ohio State, won ITF Women's Pro Tennis Open of Austin, Texas in Summer of 2015...Ranked No.1 among recruits in the Class of 2015 by in ITF juniors rankings in August 2015...Competed in Wimbledon and Roland Garros junior championships in main draw of both singles and doubles in 2015...Hobbies include watching movies, being outdoors/active, soccer, basketball...Lives in Columbus, Ohio and trains in Tampa, Florida...Favorite shot is her forehand and favorite surface is clay...Idolizes Li Na, Kim Clijsters and Rafael Nadal

Career in Review

2019 – Earned second Top 200 year-end ranking ending at No.121; advanced to 2r at US Open (d. Kudermetova, l. Goerges); reached main draw as a qualifier at Charleston and Bogota falling in 1r; also exited 1r at Tashkent; fell in qualifying five times (incl. Roland Garros and Wimbledon); won one singles title on ITF circuit.

2018 – Debuted in Top 200 finishing at No.166; made WTA main draw debut in singles as a qualifier at US Open winning her 1r match over Mchale (l. Bertens in 2r); fell in qualifying four times (incl. Roland Garros and Wimbledon); won one singles title on ITF circuit.

2017 – Fell in qualifying in singles at US Open; played first WTA main draw match in doubles at US Open falling in 1r (w/Kiick).

2016 – Fell in qualifying at US Open; won one singles title and one doubles title on ITF circuit.

2015 – Played first events of career and won one singles title on ITF circuit.