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CAROLINE GARCIA

CAROLINE GARCIA

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CAREER

Caroline Garcia reached a career-high ranking of world No. 4 in September 2018.

Coached by her father, Louis-Paul Garcia, Garcia has been one of the top female players from France over the past decade. Garcia helped France capture the 2019 Fed Cup, helping clinch the final doubles match to give France their first title in 16 years.

Garcia has won 7 singles titles and 7 doubles titles. She is a 2x Grand Slam Doubles Champion, with both major titles coming at her home slam at Roland-Garros. Garcia qualified for the 2017 WTA Finals after winning back-to-back titles in Wuhan and Beijing to close out the year.

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ACHIEVEMENTS


2x      – Roland-Garros Champion (Doubles) (2022, 2016)

1x       – TA Finals Qualifier (2017)

1x       – Grand Slam Quarterfinalist (Roland-Garros, 2017)

2019  – Nottingham Open Champion

2018 –  Tianjin Open Champion

2017  – China Open Champion

2017  – Wuhan Open Champion

2016  – Roland-Garros Champion (Doubles)

2016 –  Mallorca Open Champion

2016  – Internationaux de Strasbourg Champion

2014  – Bogata Open Champion

EQUIPMENT USED