WTT Season: 11th
Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.
New York, N.Y.
Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
Played her ninth season of WTT and second consecutive with the San Diego Aviators, serving as a wildcard for the San Diego in 2018.
Previously played for Sacramento in 2009 and 2012, Boston in 2010-2011, Orange County in 2013 and Philadelphia in 2015-16.
This year, won Miami doubles trophy (w/Barty) and advanced to first clay-court final in Stuttgart.
In 2017, reached first major singles semifinal at the Australian Open (d. then-world No. 1 Kerber) and added a last four run at the US Open. Also made the final in Stanford and quarterfinals at Wimbledon.
Won all eight matches (6 singles, 2 doubles) in Fed Cup play to lead the United States to the 2017 title.
Achieved career-high rankings of No. 9 in singles (January 2018) and No. 14 in doubles (October 2018).
Winner of two WTA singles titles and partnered Bethanie Mattek-Sands to the 2016 Indian Wells doubles crown.
Two-time Grand Slam finalist in mixed doubles at the 2016 Australian Open (w/Tecau) and US Open (w/Aviators teammate Rajeev Ram).
Represented Team USA at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.@CocoVandey @CocoVandey
|GP||GW||GL||%||Aces||DF||1st %||2nd %||Break Pt Ratio||3 All Pts Ratio|
|Overall||14||6||8||.429||0||1||.522||.909||1 of 3||3 of 4|
|Men's Singles||0||0||0||.000||0||0||.000||.000||0 of 0||0 of 0|
|Men's Doubles||0||0||0||.000||0||0||.000||.000||0 of 0||0 of 0|
|Women's Singles||8||5||3||.625||0||1||.357||.889||1 of 2||2 of 2|
|Women's Doubles||6||1||5||.167||0||0||.778||1.000||0 of 1||1 of 2|
|Mixed Doubles||0||0||0||.000||0||0||.000||.000||0 of 0||0 of 0|
|Charity Doubles||0||0||0||.000||0||0||.000||.000||0 of 0||0 of 0|
|Women's Doubles||Opponent||GP||GW||GL||%||Aces||DF||1st %||2nd %||Break Pt Ratio||3 All Pts Ratio|
|7/22||Freedoms||6||1||5||.167||0||0||.818||1.000||0 of 1||1 of 2|
|Women's Singles||Opponent||GP||GW||GL||%||Aces||DF||1st %||2nd %||Break Pt Ratio||3 All Pts Ratio|
|7/22||Freedoms||8||5||3||.625||0||1||.609||.889||1 of 2||2 of 2|