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Currently coached by Romain Deridder and father, Jorge Fernandez
Born in Montreal, Canada and currently lives and trains in Boynton Beach, Florida with her mother, Irene, father, Jorge, and younger sister (Bianca) who also plays tennis; older sister Jodeci lives in Vermont
Current sponsors are ASICS, Babolat, Telcel/Claro, Microsure and USANA
Is trilingual, speaking Spanish, French and English
Hobbies include: taking dancing lessons, currently learning Salsa with her younger sister; loves to solve puzzles and Rubiks Cubes during match rain delays or in her free time at the hotel
Loves dessert but specifically enjoys molten lava chocolate cake

Career Highlights

Winner (1): 2021 - Monterrey.
Finalist (2): 2021 - US Open; 2020 - Acapulco.

Canadian Fed Cup Team, 2019-20.

Career in Review

2020 - Produced first WTA Tour level final at Acapulco (l. Watson in 3s); defeated then-No.5-ranked Belinda Bencic in Fed Cup play; made WTA debut in January by qualifying for Australian Open main draw (l. Davis).

2019 - Became first Canadian female to win a junior Grand Slam since 2012 (Bouchard) by defeating Navarro at Roland Garros; fell 1r in Hiroshima (as qualifier, l. Hibino); fell in qualifying once; won one singles title and two doubles titles on ITF circuit.

2018 - Played and won first WTA match of career by reaching 2r at Québec City (d. Dabrowski, l. Watson); fell in qualifying in Montréal.

2017 - Played first events of career on ITF Circuit in USA and Canada.