Biography:

• Won the singles title at Canada’s U18 Indoor National Championships in 2016
• Has been consistently ranked inside Canada’s U18 Singles’ Girls Top 10 since 2016, achieving a career-high of No. 2 in January 2019
• Took home both the singles and doubles titles at Canada’s U18 Outdoor National Championships in 2017
• Reached career-high No. 12 in TennisRecruiting.Net rankings in 2018, making her one of the strongest players in the Class of 2022
• Cracked Girls’ Top 100 ITF Junior Singles Rankings in 2018, achieving a career-high combined ranking of 86th in January 2019
• Started 2019 as the top-ranked U18 Girls’ Doubles player in Canada
• Won 2019 Grade 1 Junior doubles title in Lambare, Paraguay (39th Asuncion Bowl) with Shavit Kimchi of Israel

A LITTLE MORE ABOUT ALEXANDRA

Getting into the Sport: Started playing tennis at age 7 with her parents and friends, while also participating in figure skating and rhythmic gymnastics… Loved the independent aspect of tennis and decided to stick with it… Began training with Tennis Canada and playing in tournaments at age 11-12… Outside Interests:  Loves to play the ukulele and piano, to swim in lakes by her hometown, to go on hikes, to travel and to spend quality time with family & friends… Odds and Ends: Has trained through the Vancouver National Junior Training Program since 2012… Committed to play collegiate tennis with the UCLA Bruins in the NCAA for the 2019-2020 season…