Polish tennis player Iga Natalia Witek was born in Warsaw on May 31, 2001. In 2020, 20-year-old Swiatek became the first Polish tennis player to win the French Open. Swiatek became the youngest player to win a Grand Slam singles title, surpassing Rafael Nadal’s 2005 French Open win.
Ons Jabeur, a Tunisian tennis pro, was born on August 28, 1994. His Arabic name is [uns dbir] (listen). On June 27, 2022, she reached her highest Live WTA ranking, No. 2. Jabeur is Tunisia’s top-ranked WTA and ATP player. Three WTA Tour singles titles, eleven ITF Women’s Circuit titles, and one doubles title.
Jessica Pegula was born February 24, 1994, in America. Tennis pro. WTA singles and doubles No. 3 on October 24, 2022. Her best. She has two WTA Tour singles, five WTA Challenger doubles, and seven ITF doubles titles. At the 2021 and 2022 Australian Opens, 2022 French Open, and 2022 US Open, she reached the quarterfinals. Doubles Grand Slam finalist. 2022 French Open.
French tennis player Caroline Garcia was born on October 16, 1993. She is second in the world in doubles and fourth in singles. Garcia won the 2022 WTA Singles Finals.
She won the 2016 and 2022 French Open women’s doubles title with Kristina Mladenovic. She won two Grand Slam doubles titles. They reached the 2017 Australian Open semi-finals and 2016 US Open finals as a team. Garcia reached her career-high No. 2 doubles ranking in October 2016. She won the 2016 Madrid Open and seven WTA doubles titles. She won the 2016 WTA Doubles Championship with Mladenovic.
Belarusian tennis player Aryna Siarhiejena Sabalenka. Aryna Sargeena Sabalenka and Arina Sergeevna Sobolenko are her Russian and Belarusian names. She arrived on May 5, 1998. The Women’s Tennis Association ranks her No. 2 in singles and No. 1 in doubles. Sabalenka and Elise Mertens won two Grand Slam doubles titles in 2019 (US Open) and 2021. (at the Australian Open). She has ten singles and six doubles titles.
Greek-born Tennis pro Maria Sakkari. Her Greek name is Maria Sakari. The Women’s Tennis Association’s first No. 3 ranking came March 21, 2022. . She and Stefanos Tsitsipas were Greece’s best. On September 9, she was 169th in doubles. WTA Tour singles champion Sakkari. She defeated Johanna Konta at the 2019 Morocco Open. Wuhan Open. Semifinalist. Caroline Wozniacki was her first top-10 win.
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US tennis player Cori Dionne “Coco” Gauff was born March 13, 2004. On October 24, 2022, she reached No. 4 in singles and 1 in doubles. Gauff, 15, won her first WTA Tour singles title at the 2019 Linz Open. Two WTA Tour singles and six doubles titles, three with Caty McNally and three with Jessica Pegula. Gauff became famous after defeating Venus Williams in the 2019 Wimbledon Championships first round.
Gauff, whose parents played NCAA Division I basketball and track and field, played many sports as a child. She played tennis because of the Williams sisters.
Russian tennis player Daria Sergeyevna Kasatkina was born May 7, 1997. Russian singles leader. After entering the top 10 in 2018, she reached No. 8 in the WTA rankings on October 24, 2022. Kasatkina has six singles and one doubles WTA Tour titles.
Her older brother, whose parents were champion athletes and ice hockey players, encouraged Kasatkina to play tennis at six. 2014 French Open junior singles and European 16s champion.
Tennis player Veronika Eduardovna Kudermetova was born on April 24, 1997. She debuted at No. 9 on October 24, 2022, and No. 2 in doubles on June 6, 2022. She and Elena Vesnina won the 2022 WTA Finals and reached the 2021 Wimbledon Championships final in women’s doubles.
At the 2021 Charleston Open, Kudermetova won her first WTA singles title. At the 2019 Wuhan Open, she and Duan Yingying won their first WTA doubles title. She made her WTA Tour main draw debut at the 2018 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix and 2014 Kremlin Cup with Evgeniya Rodina.
Simona Halep was born in Bucharest, Romania, on September 27, 1991. She is a professional tennis player from Romania. She was the Women’s Tennis Association No. 1 singles player for a total of 64 weeks between 2017 and 2019. This puts her in 11th place all-time. Halep came in first place in 2017 and again in 2018. In 2018, she won the French Open, and in 2019, she won Wimbledon. Halep was a top-10 player for 373 weeks, from January 27, 2014, to August 8, 2021. This was the eighth-longest streak in WTA history. She never did worse than fourth in those seven years. She has won 24 singles titles on the WTA Tour and come in second 18 times.