American tennis player Danielle Rose Collins competes professionally. She had career-high WTA singles and doubles rankings of No. 8 and No. 86, respectively. At the 2021 Stanford Classic and the 2021 Palermo Open, Collins won two WTA Tour singles championships.
Collins won the NCAA singles championship twice, in 2014 and 2016, while she was a sophomore and a senior at the University of Virginia, where she played collegiate tennis. She ended her collegiate playing career in 2016 as the top-ranked player at Virginia.
Collins won the collegiate national championship while attending Virginia in 2014 and 2016, as well as the Honda Sports Award in 2016 for best female tennis player in the country.
Collins participated in her first ITF Women’s Circuit tournaments in 2009. In 2011, she won her maiden ITF singles championship. After overcoming 19th seed Elise Mertens to advance as the third American woman to the quarterfinals at the Australian Open, Collins advanced to the semifinals for the second time.
Collins was defeated by fellow American Shelby Rogers in the second round of the French Open in straight sets. Collins fell to Marie Bouzkova in the opening round of Wimbledon, losing in three sets. She advanced to the semifinals for the first time in her career at a Major in doubles while playing with Desirae Krawczyk in the same competition.
Is Danielle Collins Married?
Danielle Collins is not yet married but is in a serious relationship with Australian football player, Thomas Couch.