Robin Montgomery is a professional tennis player who was a product of the Junior Tennis Champions Center. As a junior player, she won a title at the 2021 US Open in both single and double tournaments.
Robin Montgomery was born and raised in Washington, DC, where she learned to play tennis. At the young age of 5, she started to compete in tennis competitions. She was able to represent the US at the Junior Fed Cup in 2019.
In an interview with ITF Tennis, she shared that she used to compete regularly and it only gets mentally tougher during the coronavirus pandemic when there is no avenue of competition anymore around the world.
In 2019, she played at the US Open but suffered a loss when Katrina Scott defeated her. By September, she partnered with Connie Ma in the Junior Fed Cup and won the doubles title.
In 2020, she joined the Australian Open and managed to reach the quarterfinals. She also won her first ITF event in Las Vegas and made it through the Top 5 in the junior world rankings.
After the suspension caused by the coronavirus, she participated in the Western and Southern Open as a wildcard player. However, she ended up losing to Sorana Cirstea. A week after her loss, she joined the 2020 US Open as a wildcard player, which marks her debut in the Grand Slam as a senior player. However, she only lasted during the first round when Yulia Putintseva defeated her.
In 2021, she joined the US Open Junior and defeated top-seeded Kristina Dmitruk and won the final match.
Tournament Wins and Achievements
- 2020 ITF Reims
- 2020 ITF Las Vegas
- 2021 ITF Evansville
- 2022 Arcadia Pro Open