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Grand Slam Record

Grand Slams

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Highest Finish

R16 x1

Australian Open

R64 x1

Roland Garros

R16 x1


R32 x1

US Open

R128 x2
2023, 2022

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Coached by Fausto Scolari, having formerly worked with Antonio Di Paolo; trains at Italian Tennis Federation at Formia (between Rome and Naples)
Born in Ancona, Italy, went to school on the opposite coast in Cecina and now resides in nearby Fermo
Mother is Jessica, father is Piero and younger brother is Alessandro
Introduced to tennis at the age of six by her parents

Career Highlights

Winner (1): 2023 - Lausanne.
Finalist (1): 2023 - Hobart.

Finalist (1): 2020 - Palermo (w/Trevisan).

WTA 125 Titles - Singles (3): 2024 - Charleston; 2023 - San Luis Potosi; 2022 - Tampico.

Italian Fed Cup Team, 2018, 2020.

Career in Review

In 2023 won first WTA singles title at Lausanne in July (d. Burel in F); also reached first WTA career singles final at Hobart in January (l. Davis).

Reached consecutive third rounds at Roland Garros (l. Pera) and Wimbledon (l. Pegula) for career-best showing at GS level. Won 125k at San Luis Potosi in April and broke into Top 30 for first time reaching No.29 in August.

Best Tour-level result of 2022 was QF at Budapest (l. eventual champion Pera)

At WTA 125K Series events in 2022 won title at Tampico and finished R-Up at Makarska

Sidelined with knee injury from mid-July until end of 2021 campaign

Posted career-high ranking of No.108 on June 28, 2021

At 2021 Guadalajara, advanced to maiden WTA SF (as qualifier, l. Bouchard)

Finished R-Up at WTA 125K Series event at Prague in September 2020; posted then career-high ranking of No.128 one week later (September 14, 2020)

Reached maiden WTA QF at 2020 Palermo (d. No.26 Vekic in 2r, l. Kontaveit); along with Errani and Giorgi, was one of three Italians through to QF - the last time three Italians made the last eight at a tour-level event was 2015 Hobart: Giorgi, Knapp and Vinci

Also finished R-Up in doubles at Palermo (w/Trevisan)

Fell 1r on Grand Slam main draw debut at 2020 Australian Open (as qualifier, l. Kerber)

Rose over 500 ranking spots in 2019, to finished campaign at No.215 having compiled a 38-16 win-loss record

At tour level in 2019, fell 1r on WTA debut at Rome (as WC, l. Anisimova) and Palermo (as qualifier, l. Kuzmova), while won three titles on ITF Circuit

In 2018, won maiden title on ITF Circuit at $15K Nules-ESP

Made Fed Cup debut for Italy in 2018, losing dead fifth doubles rubber w/Paolini during 3-2 World Group II win over Spain

Owns four singles and one doubles title on ITF Circuit

Professional debut came on ITF Circuit in Italy in 2017

Former junior World No.12 and reached the singles semifinals at the Australian Open in 2018

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