Results

WTA Dubai 02/20 07:00 25 [33] Leylah Fernandez v Jasmine Paolini [26] 3-6,4-6
WTA Dubai 02/19 07:00 24 [33] Leylah Fernandez v Bernarda Pera [83] 6-3,6-2
WTA Doha 02/15 14:25 27 [38] Leylah Fernandez v Elena Rybakina [4] 4-6,2-6
WTA Doha 02/15 11:00 - [7] Qinwen Zheng v Leylah Fernandez [38] 5-7,3-6
WTA Doha 02/14 12:30 26 Qinwen Zheng v Leylah Annie Fernandez 5-7,3-6
WTA Doha 02/13 12:00 25 [79] Paula Badosa v Leylah Fernandez [38] 6-0,2-6,3-6
WTA Doha 02/12 12:00 24 [38] Leylah Fernandez v Liudmila Samsonova [15] 7-5,7-6
Australian Open Women 01/17 03:00 24 [35] Leylah Fernandez v Alycia Parks [82] 5-7,4-6
Australian Open Women 01/14 00:00 23 [36] Leylah Fernandez v Sara Bejlek [134] 7-6,6-2
United Cup Women 01/03 08:15 - [8] Maria Sakkari v Leylah Fernandez [34] 7-6,6-3
United Cup Women 12/30 23:30 - Leylah Fernandez v Daniela Seguel 6-2,6-3
Billie Jean King Cup 11/12 16:20 29 [35] Leylah Fernandez v Jasmine Paolini [30] 6-2,6-3

Wikipedia - Leylah Fernandez

Leylah Annie Fernandez (born 6 September 2002) is a Canadian professional tennis player. She has been ranked as high as world No. 13 by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) on 8 August 2022. Her best doubles ranking is No. 17, achieved on 23 October 2023. Fernandez won her first WTA Tour title at the 2021 Monterrey Open. As a 19-year-old, she finished runner-up at the 2021 US Open to fellow teenager Emma Raducanu, defeating three top-5 players en route to the final (including defending champion Naomi Osaka).

Fernandez played a pivotal role in Canada's first-ever Billie Jean King Cup win in 2023.