Results

WTA Madrid 04/23 11:00 15 Jaqueline Adina Cristian v Daria Saville 6-4,2-6,6-2
WTA Madrid 04/23 10:30 - [73] Jaqueline Cristian v Daria Saville [96] 6-4,2-6,6-2
WTA Madrid 04/22 11:30 14 [73] Jaqueline Cristian v McCartney Kessler [119] 7-6,6-4
Billie Jean King Cup 04/13 18:20 64 [42] Lesia Tsurenko v Jaqueline Cristian [75] 6-2,4-6,4-6
Billie Jean King Cup 04/12 19:30 64 [18] Elina Svitolina v Jaqueline Cristian [75] 6-3,7-5
WTA Charleston 04/05 15:00 27 [11] Daria Kasatkina v Jaqueline Cristian [83] 6-7,6-2,6-3
WTA Charleston 04/04 18:35 26 [20] Emma Navarro v Jaqueline Cristian [83] 3-6,7-5,1-6
WTA Charleston 04/03 00:45 25 [83] Jaqueline Cristian v Madison Keys [18] 3-6,6-3,6-3
WTA Charleston 04/01 17:50 24 [132] Sachia Vickery v Jaqueline Cristian [83] 1-6,4-6
WTA Miami 03/19 21:40 23 [82] Jaqueline Cristian v Diane Parry [54] 6-7,2-6
WTA Charleston 03/13 15:35 26 [82] Jaqueline Cristian v Diana Shnaider [74] 1-6,5-7
WTA Charleston 03/12 14:00 25 [82] Jaqueline Cristian v Olivia Gadecki [140] 6-2,3-6,6-3

Wikipedia - Jaqueline Cristian

Jaqueline Adina Cristian (born 5 June 1998) is a professional tennis player from Romania.

Cristian has career-high WTA rankings of No. 58 in singles and No. 168 in doubles. She has won 14 singles and ten doubles titles on tournaments of the ITF Circuit.

History

2015–2020: WTA Tour debut

Cristian made her WTA Tour main-draw debut at the 2015 Bucharest Open in the doubles event, partnering Elena-Gabriela Ruse. In March 2017, she received a qualifying wildcard for the Miami Open.

Cristian reached her maiden WTA tournament final at the 2019 Bucharest Open in the doubles event, partnering Elena-Gabriela Ruse.

2021: Breakthrough & top 100

She reached the quarterfinals of a WTA event for the first time as a qualifier at the WTA 500 St. Petersburg Ladies' Trophy where she lost to fourth seed Svetlana Kuznetsova. In September, she reached her first semifinal at a WTA tournament at the Astana Open. She reached the quarterfinals of the first edition of the Transylvania Open as a wildcard where she lost to top seed Simona Halep. She began a tradition of wearing a Dracula-like cape on court before or after her matches there. She reached the top 100 on 8 November 2021.

At the Linz Open, she reached the final as a lucky loser following Halep's withdrawal due to injury from the semifinal but lost to Alison Riske in three sets. As a result, she moved 29 positions up in the rankings, having been ranked world No. 100 at the beginning of the tournament.

2022: Major & WTA 1000 debuts & first wins, top 60, hiatus

She made her Grand Slam debut in Melbourne, at the Australian Open where she recorded her first major win against Greet Minnen. As a result, she reached a new career-high ranking of No. 58 on 31 January 2022. At the same event, she reached the third round of the doubles draw on her debut, partnering Andrea Petkovic. She made her WTA 1000 debut at the Qatar Ladies Open as a lucky loser and defeated 11th seed Elena Rybakina for her first win at this level.

She returned after six months of hiatus to make her debut at the US Open where she lost to second seed Anett Kontaveit.

2023–2024: Back to top 75

She entered the 2023 Australian Open, and the tournaments in Hobart, Linz, at the 2023 Mutua Madrid Open, and lastly at the 2023 Wimbledon Championships where she recorded her first win at this Major on her debut, using protected ranking.

In the end of January 2024, she entered the WTA 500 Linz Open as a lucky loser and defeated Nadia Podoroska. At home in Cluj Napoca, Romania she reached the semifinals for the first time in her career at the tournament. It was her first WTA Tour semifinal since July 2023 in Prague.

At the 2024 Credit One Charleston Open she defeated three Americans Sachia Vickery, eight seed Madison Keys and tenth seed Emma Navarro to reach the quarterfinals. As a result she moved back to the top 75 in the rankings.