PLAYER PROFILE

Gabriella Da Silva-Fick

  • Age21
  • Born23 August 2000
  • Birth PlaceCollaroy, NSW
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachAndrea Stoltenberg

On court

  • Reached the junior doubles quarterfinals at Australian Open 2018
  • Semifinalist at the 2018 Oeiras Magnesium ITF tournament in Portugal
  • Made her junior Grand Slam debut at Australian Open 2017
  • Won the 18/u Australian Championships title in December 2018
  • Winner of the 16/u Australian Championships in 2016
  • Favourite players are┬áDominic Thiem and Denis Shapovalov: “I like the way they play and their mental attitude and I probably base my game a little bit around theirs as well.”

Off court

  • Dreams of being the No.1 player in the world
  • Sport runs in the family; her father is a former professional golfer, while her mother was a professional basketball player

Year-end singles ranking history

2021 587
2020 558
2019 529
2018 775
2017 862
2016 1109

Gabriella Da Silva-Fick in the news

Tomljanovic advances at Sydney Tennis Classic
Ajla Tomljanovic in action at the Sydney Tennis Classic. Picture: Getty Images
11 January, 2022

Australia's Ajla Tomljanovic is off to a winning start at this week's WTA 500 tournament in Sydney.
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Jordan Thompson off to a winning start at Sydney Tennis Classic
Jordan Thompson at the Sydney Tennis Classic. Picture: Getty Images
10 January, 2022

Hometown favourite Jordan Thompson has won his opening-round match at this week's Sydney Tennis Classic.
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O’Connell one step closer to qualifying at Sydney Tennis Classic
Chris O'Connell. Picture: Tennis Australia
9 January, 2022

Australia's Chris O'Connell has made a promising start at the Sydney Tennis Classic, winning his first-round qualifying match today.
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Aiava’s winning run ends at the Melbourne Summer Set
Destanee Aiava in action at the Melbourne Summer Set. Picture: Getty Images
5 January, 2022

Former world No.1 Simona Halep has eliminated Australian qualifier Destanee Aiava in opening-round action at the Melbourne Summer Set.
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