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Paula Badosa Gibert ( ) (born 15 November 1997) is a tennis player from Spain. She won the 2015 French Open girls' singles title by defeating Anna Kalinskaya in the final.
On 12 October 2020, Badosa reached her best singles ranking of world No. 69. On 29 July 2019, she peaked at No. 475 in the doubles rankings.

Biography

Paula Badosa was born in Manhattan to Mireia Gibert and Josep Badosa.
She started playing tennis at the age of seven.
She won the girls' singles title at the 2015 French Open.
Badosa played her first qualifying competition on the WTA Tour in 2013 at Palermo.

Performance timelines


Only main-draw results in WTA Tour, Grand Slam tournaments, Fed Cup and Olympic Games are included in win/loss records.

Singles

Current after the 2020 season.
{
-
! Tournament
! 2015
! 2016
! 2017
! 2018
! 2019
! 2020
!
!
! Win %
-
colspan="10" align="left" Grand Slam tournaments
-
Australian Open
A
A
A
A
bgcolor=afeeee1R
bgcolor=afeeee2R
0 / 2
1–2
-
French Open
A
A
A
A
Q1
bgcolor=afeeee4R
0 / 1
3–1
-
Wimbledon
A
A
A
Q1
bgcolor=afeeee1R
NH
0 / 1
0–1
-
US Open
Q2
A
A
Q2
bgcolor=afeeee1R
bgcolor=afeeee1R
0 / 2
0–2
-
Win–Loss
0–0
0–0
0–0
0–0
0–3
4–3
0 / 5
4–6
-
colspan="10" align="left" Premier Mandatory tournaments
-
Indian Wells Open
A
A
A
A
Q1
NH
0 / 0
0–0
-
Miami Open
bgcolor=afeeee3R
bgcolor=afeeee1R
bgcolor=afeeee1R
A
Q1
NH
0 / 3
1–3
-
Madrid Open
bgcolor=afeeee1R
bgcolor=afeeee1R
Q1
Q1
A
NH
0 / 2
0–2
-
align=leftChina Open
A
A
A
A
Q1
NH
0 / 0
0–0
-
colspan="10" Premier 5 tournaments
-
align=leftQatar / Dubai Open
A
A
A
A
A
A
0 / 0
0–0
-
align=leftItalian Open
A
A
A
A
A
A
0 / 0
0–0
-
align=leftCanadian Open
A
A
A
A
A
NH
0 / 0
0–0
-
Cincinnati Open
A
A
A
A
A
Q2
0 / 0
0–0
-
align=leftWuhan Open
A
A
A
A
A
NH
0 / 0
0–0
-
colspan="10" Career statistics
-
align=leftTitles
0
0
0
0
0
0
colspan=3Career total: 0
-
align=leftFinals
0
0
0
0
0
0
colspan=3Career total: 0
-
style=text-align:leftOverall Win–Loss
2–3
0–3
0–1
2–2
7–9
7–4
0 / 22
18–22
-
align=leftYear-end ranking
220
314
247
143
97
colspan=3$869,558
Notes
  • Source
  • Junior Grand Slam finals

    Singles: 1 (1 title)

    {
    !Result
    !Year
    !Tournament
    !Surface
    !Opponent
    !Score
    -
    Win
    2015
    French Open
    Clay
    Anna Kalinskaya
    6–3, 6–3

    ITF Circuit finals

    Singles: 15 (7 titles, 8 runner–ups)

    {
    -valign=top
    {class=wikitable
    ! Legend
    -
    $100,000 tournaments
    -
    $80,000 tournaments
    -
    $60,000 tournaments
    -
    $25,000 tournaments
    -
    $10,000 tournaments
    {class=wikitable
    !Finals by surface
    -
    Hard (4–3)
    -
    Clay (2–4)
    -
    Grass (0–0)
    -
    Carpet (1–1)
    {class="sortable wikitable"
    !Result
    !class="unsortable"W–L
    ! Date
    !Tournament
    !Tier
    !Surface
    !Opponent
    !class="unsortable"Score
    -
    Win
    1–0
    Nov 2013
    ITF Sant Jordi, Spain (Balearic Islands)
    10,000
    Hard
    Lucía Cervera Vázquez
    7–5, 6–0
    -
    Loss
    1–1
    Oct 2014
    ITF Ciudad Victoria, Mexico
    25,000
    Hard
    Diāna Marcinkēviča
    7–6(2), 3–6, 1–6
    -
    Win
    2–1
    Jul 2015
    ITF Denain, France
    25,000
    Clay
    Irina Ramialison
    7–5, 6–0
    -
    Loss
    2–2
    Apr 2016
    ITF Jackson, United States
    25,000
    Clay
    Grace Min
    6–1, 2–6, 4–6
    -
    Loss
    2–3
    May 2017
    ITF Caserta, Italy
    25,000
    Clay
    Claire Liu
    3–6, 3–6
    -
    Win
    3–3
    Aug 2017
    ITF El Espinar, Spain
    25,000
    Hard
    Ayla Aksu
    6–2, 6–4
    -
    Win
    4–3
    Feb 2018
    Pro-Series Glasgow, Great Britain
    25,000
    Hard
    Maia Lumsden
    2–6, 6–1, 6–3
    -
    Win
    5–3
    May 2018
    ITF Les Franqueses del Valles, Spain
    25,000
    Hard
    Margarita Gasparyan
    6–4, 3–6, 6–2
    -
    Win
    6–3
    Sep 2018
    Valencia Open, Spain
    60,000+H
    Clay
    Aliona Bolsova
    6–1, 4–6, 6–2
    -
    Loss
    6–4
    Oct 2018
    ITF Oslo, Norway
    25,000
    Clay
    Harriet Dart
    2–6, 0–1 ret.
    -
    Loss
    6–5
    Jan 2019
    Burnie International, Australia
    60,000
    Hard
    Belinda Woolcock
    6–7(3), 6–7(4)
    -
    Loss
    6–6
    May 2019
    ITF Les Franqueses del Vallès, Spain
    60,000
    Hard
    Katy Dunne
    5–7, 3–6
    -
    Loss
    6–7
    Jun 2019
    Essen Open, Germany
    25,000
    Clay
    Tereza Martincová
    2–6, 6–7(4)
    -
    Win
    7–7
    Oct 2019
    ITF Makinohara, Japan
    25,000
    Carpet
    Nagi Hanatani
    7–5, 6–1
    -
    Loss
    7–8
    Oct 2019
    ITF Hamamatsu, Japan
    25,000
    Carpet
    Eri Hozumi
    6–7(1–7), 5–4 ret.

    Notes


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    Category:1997 births
    Category:Living people
    Category:Tennis people from New York (state)
    Category:Spanish female tennis players
    Category:Spanish people of French descent
    Category:Sportspeople from Valencia
    Category:French Open junior champions
    Category:Grand Slam (tennis) champions in girls' singles
     
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