Lauren Davis is an American professional tennis player with a career-high singles ranking of No.26, she reached this on May 22, 2017. She has one WTA title and eight ITF singles titles. In addition to singles events, she also plays in women’s doubles and mixed doubles.

Player Profile

Lauren Davis was born on October 9, 1993, in Gates Mills, Ohio. She currently resides in Boca Raton, Florida in the United States. She stands 157 cm tall and she plays right-handed. Her parents are medical professionals and her dad is William Davis, a cardiologist.

Height / weight 1.57 m / 55 kg
Born Oct 9, 1993
Nationality United States United States
Playing Style Right Handed
Nickname Lauren

She is coached by Eddie Elliott and since she turned pro, she has earned $3,965,054 in prize money.

Career

She made her Grand Slam main draw debut in 2011 when she made it to the opening rounds of the Australian Open and the US Open. That year, she also make her WTA 1000 debut, appearing in the opening round of the Indian Wells Open. That year, she also played women’s doubles at the US Open.

In 2017, she won her first WTA singles title, the Auckland Open. The previous year, she made it to the finals of the Washington Open and the Tournoi de Quebec in Canada. She has also won 8 ITF Circuit titles as well as 5 runner-up finishes.

Also in 2017, she was part of the US Team that won the Billie Jean Cup. She was also in the quarterfinals of the Dubai Open. In 2018 and 2019, she missed three Grand Slam events. She came back in 2019 and made the third round of Wimbledon.

In 2022, she was in the opening round of the Australian Open and the second round of Wimbledon.

Career Record

Singles

  • Highest Singles Ranking: 26 (May 22,2017)
  • Current Singles Ranking: 95 (July26, 2022)

Best Grand Slam Singles Performances

  • Australian Open - 3R (2014, 2016,2018)
  • French Open - 2R (2012, 2019)
  • Wimbledon - 3R (2014, 2019)
  • US Open - 2R (2015, 2016, 2019,2021)

Doubles

  • Highest Doubles Ranking: 137(January 15, 2018)

Best Grand Slam Doubles Performances

  • Australian Open - 2R (2017, 2020)
  • French Open - 2R (2013, 2020)
  • Wimbledon - 2R (2015)
  • US Open - 2R (2014)

Best Grand Slam Mixed Doubles Performances

  • US Open - 1R (2014, 2015)

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