Caroline Garcia

Caroline Garcia is a French professional tennis player. She is excellent in both the singles and doubles formats. She has won seven singles and six doubles titles on the WTA tour and one single and one doubles title on the WTA 125K series. She has also won one single and four doubles titles on the  ITF Women’s Circuit. She became the first player to win both the Wuhan Open and the China Open in the same year in 2017. On 10 September 2018, she reached her best WTA career-high ranking of world no 4 in singles.

Her breakthrough in doubles began in 2016, when she teamed up with Kristina Mladenovic. Garcia and Mladenovic won the WTA Award for Best Doubles Team of the Year shortly before the WTA Finals began, and the duo has won four titles together, including the 2019 Fed Cup.

She is also active on social media, with over 156k Instagram followers @carogracia and over 136.6k Twitter followers @CaroGarcia.

Caroline Garcia is well-known for what she does.

As a professional tennis player in France, he is well-known.

Caroline Garcia was born in the United States.

Caroline Gracia was born on October 16, 1993, in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France. Her father, Louis Paul Garcia, and mother, Mary Lene Garcia, gave birth to her.

Furthermore, no information about her siblings, early life, or schooling is available.

She is of White descent and holds a French nationality. On her father’s side, she is of Spanish descent, and on her mother’s side, she is of French descent. Libra is her zodiac sign.

Caroline Garcia’s Professional Achievements

Caroline Gracia began her WTA career as a junior. She received a wild card to the 2011 Australian Open and defeated Varvara Lepchenko in the first round before losing to Ayumi Morita in the second round.

In the same year, she competed as a wildcard at the French Open, defeating Zuzana Ondraskova in straight sets. In the second round, she beat Maria Sharapova 6–3, 4–1, 15–0 and made a major impact.

In the first round of the Australian Open in 2013, she was defeated by Elena Vesnina. She then defeated Yuliya Beygelzimer at the French Open, but lost to Serena Williams. She did, however, qualify for Wimbledon, where she defeated Zheng Jie in the first round before losing in the second round to Serena Williams.

Caroline wins her first WTA singles title in 2014 when she defeats Jelena Jankovic at the Copa Claro Colsanitas in Bogota, Colombia. At the 2014 Sony Open, Caroline Garcia was the only player to win a set against Serena Williams.

Caroline Gracia bounced back at the Wuhan Open, beating Venus Williams and Agnieszka Radwanska 7–6 in the final-set tiebreak. She also advanced to the quarterfinals by defeating American CoCo Vandeweghe in straight sets, where she was defeated by eventual champion Petra Kvitova. Despite the defeat, Garcia rose to No. 36 in the rankings, a career high.

Garcia started her season at the Brisbane International, where she was defeated in the first round by Angelique Kerber. She then competed in the Australian Open, defeating Svetlana Kuznetsova and Stefanie Vogele before losing in the third round to Eugenie Bouchard.

She lost in the second round of the Dubai Tennis Championships to Agnieszka Radwanska after defeating qualifier Arina Rodionova in straight sets, and she also reached the finals of the Monterrey Open, where she lost to Bacsinszky. In the process, she defeated former world No. 1 Ana Ivanovic for the first time.

Caroline Gracia and Kenny de Schepper represented France at the 2016 Hopman Cup.

Many of their mixed doubles matches have ended in defeat. Gracia went unbeaten in single matches, defeating Heather Watson, Sabine Lisicki, and eventual champion Daria Gavrilova.

Garcia beat Kristina Mladenovic at the Sydney International, but lost in three sets to eventual semifinalist Simona Halep.

Garcia lost her first match in the Fed Cup semifinal to Kiki Bertens in straight sets, but she came back to defeat Arantxa Rus. After the doubles match, which Garcia played with Mladenovic, France won the game.

Caroline and Mladenovic captured their first Premier Mandatory/Premier-5 doubles title at the Madrid Open in May 2016. Garcia captured the Internationaux de Strasbourg singles title in the same month, beating Mirjana Lucic-Baroni in the final in straight sets, becoming just the third Frenchwoman to win the championship since it became a WTA event in 1987.

She and Kristina Mladenovic won the women’s doubles at the 2016 French Open, defeating Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina in the final. Garcia and Mladenovic captured their first Grand Slam women’s doubles title, becoming the first all-French team to win the French Open women’s doubles title since Gail Chanfreau and Francoise Durr in 1971.

She captured her second WTA singles title of the year on June 19, 2016. She also advanced to the final by beating Ana Ivanovic and Kirsten Flipkens, both former Wimbledon singles semifinalists.

On June 20, she climbed to No. 32 in the singles rankings, displacing Kristina Mladenovic as France’s No. 1 singles player.

Caroline competed in both the women’s singles and doubles events at the 2016 Summer Olympics. In the first round of the women’s doubles, she and Kristina Mladenovic were eliminated.

She was seeded No. 25 in singles at the US Open. She advanced to the third round of the draw after beating Kiki Bertens and Katerina Siniakova before losing to Agnieszka Radwanska, the fourth seed, and reaching a career-high ranking of 24.

She teamed up with Mladenovic once more in the doubles event. They made it to the final, but Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Lucie Safarova defeated them. As a result, Garcia and Mladenovic qualified as the second doubles team for the WTA Finals.

Garcia and Mladenovic were named the 2016 ITF World Doubles Champions in December.

Caroline advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2017 China Open after beating Elise Mertens and Cornet. She then saved a match point in a three-set win over Elina Svitolina, the third seed, to advance to the semifinals.

She reached her second consecutive WTA final, where she beat Simona Halep in straight sets to win her first Premier-Mandatory title and become the first WTA player to win both the Wuhan Open and the China Open in the same year. She lost her first match in the WTA Finals in straight sets to Halep, but she came back to win in three sets against Svitolina and Caroline Wozniacki to reach the semi-finals, where she was defeated by Venus Williams.

Caroline Garcia advanced to the quarterfinals in Dubai and Doha, as well as the semifinals in Stuttgart and Madrid, and the quarterfinals in Rome, Montreal, New Haven, and Tokyo in 2018.

Caroline achieved her highest WTA career-high ranking of world no. 4 in singles on September 10, 2018.

Caroline Garcia teamed up with Kristina Mladenovic to win the final doubles match of the 2019 Fed Cup against Ashleigh Barty and Samantha Stosur of Australia. They contributed to France’s victory.

Caroline Garcia’s Boyfriend

Caroline Garcia is unmarried. She has not disclosed her personal life yet. However, she seems to be much more focused on her career rather than love affairs.

Caroline Garcia’s Height

Caroline Gracia is a gorgeous lady with a fair skin tone. She has a well maintained Athletic body build. She stands at a height of 1.78m (5 feet and 10 inches) tall and her body weighs around 61kg (134.5 lbs.).  Her body measurements are 41-30-40 inches. Her eye color is Dark Brown and her hair color is Light Brown. Her sexual orientation is Straight.

Caroline Garcia’s Net Worth

Caroline Garcia has made a huge net worth from her WTA career.  As of 2020, her net worth is estimated to be $22 million. Her major source of earnings comes from her professional tennis career.

Besides her tennis career, Caroline Garcia earns an additional amount of money from the endorsement deal with several brands such as  Nike, Yonex, Rolex, etc. She is also a spokeswoman for a French cosmetics company called Sothys.

Caroline Garcia resides in Lyon, France.

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