Fixtures

French Open Women 05/31 09:00 - Sara Errani vs Emma Navarro View

Results

French Open Women 05/28 17:00 23 [163] Zeynep Sonmez v Emma Navarro [24] 2-6,0-6
WTA Strasbourg 05/22 09:00 26 [24] Emma Navarro v Beatriz Haddad Maia [14] 4-6,6-7
WTA Strasbourg 05/20 16:30 25 [22] Emma Navarro v Alize Cornet [99] 6-4,6-1
WTA Paris 05/19 12:30 29 [22] Emma Navarro v Diana Shnaider [62] 2-6,6-3,4-6
WTA Paris 05/18 14:00 28 [22] Emma Navarro v Elena-Gabriela Ruse [148] 6-0,6-2
WTA Paris 05/17 13:00 27 [22] Emma Navarro v Fiona Ferro [149] 6-3,6-2
WTA Paris 05/16 13:35 26 [22] Emma Navarro v McCartney Kessler [123] 6-1,6-2
WTA Paris 05/15 15:55 25 [22] Emma Navarro v Lauren Davis [194] 6-0,6-0
WTA Rome 05/09 19:10 24 [22] Emma Navarro v Paula Badosa [126] 6-1,4-6,2-6
WTA Lleida 05/03 11:35 27 Emma Navarro v Mayar Sherif Walkover
WTA Lleida 05/02 14:35 26 [23] Emma Navarro v Elizabeth Mandlik [123] 6-4,6-1
WTA Lleida 05/01 13:35 25 [23] Emma Navarro v Bernarda Pera [79] 7-5,4-6,6-1

Wikipedia - Emma Navarro

Emma Navarro (born May 18, 2001) is an American professional tennis player. Navarro has a career-high singles ranking of world No. 20 by the WTA, achieved on March 18, 2024, and a doubles ranking of No. 231, reached on January 29, 2024. She played college tennis at Virginia and won the NCAA Singles Championship in 2021. She won her first WTA Tour title at the 2024 Hobart International.

History

2019: WTA debut

Navarro finished runner-up in the junior 2019 French Open singles draw, and won the junior 2019 French Open in doubles with Chloe Beck, and they also finished runners-up in the junior 2019 Australian Open.

Navarro made her WTA Tour main-draw debut at the 2019 Charleston Open, after receiving a wild card for the singles and doubles events.

2020–2022: NCAA champion, Major debut

She was rated as the best tennis recruit in the nation and committed to the University of Virginia for the fall 2020 semester. She won the NCAA Championships singles title on 28 May 2021 as a freshman. With this win, she earned a wild card into the 2021 US Open main draw where she made her Grand Slam debut.

She left Virginia after her sophomore season in 2022.

2023: First Major win & WTA semifinal, top 40

On her debut at the French Open as a wild card, she reached the second round defeating lucky loser, Erika Andreeva for her first Grand Slam win.

She reached a WTA Tour semifinal for the first time in her career at the 2023 Bad Homburg Open as an alternate defeating Alizé Cornet and Rebeka Masarova by retirement.

She reached the top 50 at world No. 49, following a first-round showing at the US Open, and another semifinal at the San Diego Open, on 18 September 2023. She became the third American to crack the top 50 in 2023, joining Alycia Parks and Peyton Stearns.

She finished the season ranked No. 38 in the singles rankings, her highest year-end in her career.

2024: First WTA singles title, Win over No. 2, WTA 1000 quarters, top 20

She reached a third semifinal at the Auckland Classic, defeating seventh seed Petra Martić in straight sets, and another back-to-back semifinal at the Hobart International, defeating lucky loser Viktoriya Tomova in three sets. She defeated Chinese qualifier Yuan Yue and reached her first WTA final on her debut at the tournament. She won her maiden title defeating former two-time Hobart champion Elise Mertens.

Seeded for the first time at a Grand Slam at the 2024 Australian Open as the 27th seed, she defeated Wang Xiyu in the first round and Elisabetta Cocciaretto to reach the third round of a Major for the first time in her career. As a result, she reached the top 25 in the singles rankings at No. 23, on 29 January 2024. Seeded third at the San Diego Open, she reached the semifinals defeating Katerina Siniaková and qualifier Daria Saville. Seeded 23rd in Indian Wells, she reached the fourth round with wins over Ukrainians Lesia Tsurenko and 16th seed Elina Svitolina. She reached her first WTA 1000 quarterfinal defeating world No. 2 and previous year runner-up Aryna Sabalenka, her biggest win by ranking in her career. Navarro became the first American to defeat a top-2 opponent at the tournament since Serena Williams in 2001 against Lindsay Davenport in the quarterfinals. As a result, she reached the top 20 in the singles rankings.

Seeded 20th at the next WTA 1000 , the 2024 Miami Open she reached again the fourth round defeating qualifier Storm Hunter and 12th seed Jasmine Paolini.