PLAYER PROFILE

Gabriella Da Silva-Fick

  • Age23
  • Born23 August 2000
  • Birth PlaceCollaroy, NSW
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachAndrea Stoltenberg

On court

  • Winner of the 16/u Australian Championships in 2016
  • Made her junior Grand Slam debut at Australian Open 2017
  • Reached the junior doubles quarterfinals at Australian Open 2018
  • In May 2018, reached first professional ITF-level semifinal at 15K tournament in Oeiras, Portugal
  • Won the 18/u Australian Championships title in December 2018
  • Scored first top-100 win over world No.92 Aliaksandra Sasnovich in first round of WTA Phillip Island Trophy (February 2021)
  • Reached second ITF semifinal of career at 15K event in Heraklion, Greece in May 2022
  • 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

2023 556
2022 793
2021 587
2020 558
2019 529
2018 775
2017 862
2016 1109

Gabriella Da Silva-Fick in the news

Ranking movers: Two Australians make top-100 debuts
Andrew Harris and Kimberly Birrell make their top-100 debut this week.
18 September, 2023

Australian players Andrew Harris and Kimberly Birrell are celebrating top-100 breakthroughs this week.
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Ranking movers: Aussie stars making major moves
Destanee Aiava and Max Purcell are among the biggest movers in this week's world rankings.
27 August, 2023

Australians Destanee Aiava and Max Purcell are among the biggest movers in the latest world rankings.
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Rising stars Hewitt, Subasic claim ITF junior titles in Darwin
Cruz Hewitt and Alana Subasic were crowned singles champions at an ITF J60 tournament in Darwin this week.
11 June, 2023

Cruz Hewitt and Alana Subasic were crowned singles champions at an ITF J60 tournament in Darwin this week.
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Ranking movers: O’Connell climbs to new career-high
Chris O'Connell. Picture: Getty Images
27 May, 2023

Chris O'Connell arrives at Roland Garros this week at a career-high singles ranking of world No.77.
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