American tennis player Danielle Rose Collins competes professionally. She attained career-high WTA singles and doubles rankings of 8 and 86, respectively. At the Stanford Classic and Palermo Open in 2021, Collins won two WTA Tour singles championships.

Collins won the NCAA singles title twice in 2014 and 2016 when a sophomore and a senior at the University of Virginia, where she participated in collegiate tennis. She was Virginia’s top player when she ended her undergraduate playing career in 2016. Collins won the collegiate national championship in 2014 and 2016 while enrolled at Virginia. As the best female tennis player in the country, she was also given the Honda Sports Award in 2016.


Danielle Collins
Danielle Collins

Collins made her ITF Women’s Circuit debut in 2009 by participating in matches. In 2011, she achieved her first ITF singles victory. After upsetting Elise Mertens, the 19th seed, and becoming the third American woman to make it to the Australian Open quarterfinals, Collins advanced to the semifinals twice. In the second round of the French Open, Collins was defeated by fellow American Shelby Rogers in straight sets. Collins fell to Marie Bouzkova in three sets in the opening round of Wimbledon.

She made it to the semifinals of a Major competition while playing doubles with Desirae Krawczyk for the first time in her career.

How Much Does Danielle Collins Weigh?

Danielle Collins weighs 64 kg.


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