Alison Van Uytvanck, a professional tennis player from Belgium, was born on March 26, 1994. Van Uytvanck has won three Challenger Tour singles titles, three singles titles on the WTA Tour, five singles titles, two doubles titles, and 12 singles titles on the ITF Circuit.
She attained her best singles rating of 37 in the world in August 2018. Emma Raducanu won her first match at Wimbledon 2022 with ease against Alison van Uytvanck on Monday, which made the British crowd happy.
The 10th seed beat Van Uytvanck with relative ease, 6-4, 6-4, on Centre Court. She played some amazing tennis to do it.
René Van Uytvanck and Krista Laemers were Van Uytvanck’s parents when he was born in the little village of Grimbergen. When she was five years old, her older brother Sean introduced her to tennis. Brett is the name of her twin brother.
In Merchtem, Van Uytvanck graduated from Sint-Donatus High School. She trained locally with Sacha Katsnelson on occasion and with the Flemish Tennis Association, where she was coached by Ann Devries.
She admires Kim Clijsters, a fellow countrywoman, and Roger Federer. In a relationship with Greet Minnen, a fellow tennis player from Belgium was Van Uytvanck.
She won four ITF singles championships in 2011, one each at Vale Do Lobo, Dijon, Edinburgh, and Sunderland. She also advanced to the Tessenderlo final, where Anna-Lena Grönefeld defeated her.
She competed at the Brussels Open, where she qualified by defeating Margalita Chakhnashvili 6-3, 6-2 in the first round, Laura Siegemund 2-6, 6-4, 6-3 in the second round, and Hsieh Su-Wei 6-4, 2-6, 6-4 in the third round.
In the opening round of the main draw, she played Patty Schnyder and won 6-3, 2-6, 6-2. She subsequently lost 6-7, 4-6 in her subsequent encounter against Yanina Wickmayer, a fellow countrywoman.
She also made the main draw at’s-Hertogenbosch, where Alexandra Dulgheru defeated her. In 2012, she won her sixth ITF singles championship in Glasgow and advanced to the Kaarst final.
She made her Fed Cup debut against Serbia in February after Ann Devries, her coach, decided to go with her in the crucial doubles rubber instead of Kirsten Flipkens. They failed to win their match with Yanina Wickmayer in three sets.
In 2012, she competed in the Brussels Open and was given a wildcard to the main tournament. She upset Ksenia Pervak in the first round before winning in three sets against Chanelle Scheepers to reach the WTA quarterfinals, where she lost to the top seed and world No. 3 Agnieszka Radwanska.
Van Uytvanck continued, succeeding more on the ITF Circuit. Van Uytvanck won the Taipei Ladies Open in 2013, defeating fellow countrywoman Yanina Wickmayer in the final and WTA 125K challenger Dinah Pfizenmaier in the semifinals.
French Open Quarterfinals and Injury
She advanced to the French Open quarterfinal in 2015, where Timea Bacsinszky defeated her in two sets. Later that year, in October, she attained a new career-high position of No. 41.
She was forced to skip several tournaments in the 2016 clay-court season due to a growth on her right ankle, including the French Open, and as a result of her inability to defend her 2015 quarterfinalist points, she dropped out of the top 100 in June 2016.
Van Uytvanck defeated Timea Babos in three sets to win her first WTA championship at Tournoi de Québec following a lengthy injury absence and comeback.
At the Hungarian Ladies Open in February, Van Uytvanck won her second WTA championship by defeating Dominika Cibulkova after a drawn-out three-set match.
In the Wimbledon second round, she defeated the defending champion Garbine Muguruza, conceding just three games after dropping the opening set 5-7.
It was her first victory over a player in the top ten, and she may have given her best match performance to date. She defeated Anett Kontaveit in the third round before falling to Daria Kasatkina in the fourth.
She attained a new career-high rating of 37 in August 2018. Together with Greet Minnen, she finished the year by winning her maiden WTA Tour doubles championship in Luxembourg.
Van Uytvanck defeated Markéta Vondrouová in the championship match in Budapest in February 2019, successfully defending her title. She won the 2019 Tashkent Open in September.
She didn’t lose a set until the championship match, when she defeated Sorana Cîrstea, the fifth seed, and 2008 winner, in three sets.
She barely lost a semifinal match in three sets against the top-10 player and 2020 Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin in Lyon in February 2020.
Alison Van Uytvanck Net Worth
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Equipment and Apparel
Prior to this, Van Uytvanck used a Prince O3 Tour racquet. She now uses a 100 square inch, 22 mm dual taper beam, 285 g weight Snauwaert Grinta 100 lite tennis racquet. She is under contract with Fila apparel, a South Korean manufacturer of sporting products.