A Mexican professional tennis player, Giuliana Olmos has a career-high singles ranking of world no. 343. For her doubles ranking, she garnered a career-high rank to no. 24. Olmos earned this rank on August 16, 2021, by winning doubles titles on the WTA Tour. On the ITF Circuit tournament, she also managed to win four (4) singles, and ten (10) doubles titles.

In the Open Era, Giuliana Olmos became the first Mexican player to reach the WTA tournament final at the 2018 Monterrey Open. She won this title together with her partner Desirae Krawczyk. Another record-breaking for this Mexican player was in 2019. She was the first Mexican tennis player to win the WTA title at the Nottingham Open by taking the doubles crown. Then, in 2020, partnering again with Krawczyk, she won another doubles title at the Mexican Open. This made her the first Mexican woman to win this tournament.

Born 4 Mar 1993
Nationality Mexico Mexico

Giuliana Olmos gained her first Grand Slam quarterfinal win at the 2021 Australian Open. She partnered with Sharon Fichman, a Canadian tennis player. The same year, she partnered with Gabriela Dabrowski, another Canadian tennis player at the Miami Open. They reached the semifinals of the event.

Olmos reach the biggest title in her doubles career at the WTA 1000 Italian Open. Partnering with Sharon Fichman, they defeated Kristina Mladenovic and Marketa Vondrousova at the finals. Olmos and Fichman both entered the tournament as alternates. En-route to the championship match, the duo was able to defeat top seeds Hsieh and Mertens, and Aoyama and Shibahara. By winning this match, she manages to earn the top 30 ranks in doubles.

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