Fixtures

French Open Women 05/29 12:30 24 Danielle Collins vs Olga Danilovic View

Results

French Open Women 05/27 14:35 23 [10] Danielle Collins v Caroline Dolehide [60] 6-3,6-4
WTA Strasbourg 05/25 13:00 29 [12] Danielle Collins v Madison Keys [16] 1-6,2-6
WTA Strasbourg 05/24 16:25 28 [56] Anhelina Kalinina v Danielle Collins [12] 6-7,2-6
WTA Strasbourg 05/23 17:05 27 [12] Danielle Collins v Clara Burel [43] 6-1,6-3
WTA Strasbourg 05/22 16:45 26 [12] Danielle Collins v Katerina Siniakova [34] 6-1,6-2
WTA Rome 05/16 20:00 28 [15] Danielle Collins v Aryna Sabalenka [2] 5-7,2-6
WTA Rome 05/15 17:00 27 [24] Victoria Azarenka v Danielle Collins [15] 4-6,3-6
WTA Rome 05/13 18:40 26 [15] Danielle Collins v Irina-Camelia Begu [161] 6-0,6-3
WTA Rome 05/12 17:30 25 [15] Danielle Collins v Caroline Garcia [23] 6-3,6-3
WTA Rome 05/10 09:00 24 [15] Danielle Collins v Anna Blinkova [46] Retired
WTA Madrid 04/29 19:55 26 [15] Danielle Collins v Aryna Sabalenka [2] 6-4,4-6,3-6
WTA Madrid 04/28 15:50 25 [15] Danielle Collins v Jaqueline Cristian [73] 3-6,6-4,6-1

Wikipedia - Danielle Collins

Danielle Rose Collins (born December 13, 1993) is an American professional tennis player. She has reached career-high WTA rankings of No. 7 in singles and No. 79 in doubles. She won her first WTA title in 2021 at the Palermo Ladies Open and has won four WTA Tour singles titles in total, including a WTA 1000 title at the 2024 Miami Open, and one doubles title. She reached a major singles final at the 2022 Australian Open.

Collins played collegiate tennis at the University of Virginia and won the NCAA singles title twice, during her sophomore and senior years in 2014 and 2016. She finished her career in Virginia as the top-ranked collegiate player. Having first established herself on the WTA Tour when she reached the semifinals of the 2018 Miami Open as a qualifier, her breakthrough came at the 2019 Australian Open where she advanced to the semifinals, defeating world No. 2 Angelique Kerber en route. Collins was also a quarterfinalist at the 2020 French Open in singles, and a semifinalist at the 2022 Wimbledon Championships in doubles.