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: Storm Hunter hits new career-high in singles
Storm Hunter. Picture: Getty Images
1 April, 2024

In-form Australian Storm Hunter rises to a new career-high in the latest WTA Tour singles rankings.
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Aussie weekly wrap: Rising Australians soar to new heights
Hayden Jones, Gabriella Da Silva Fick, Talia Gibson and Adam Walton all recorded career-best results this week.
25 March, 2024

Hayden Jones, Gabriella Da Silva Fick, Talia Gibson and Adam Walton all recorded career-best results this week.
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Bolt scoops back-to-back Australian Pro Tour singles titles
Alex Bolt in action on the Australian Pro Tour. Picture: Tennis Australia
24 March, 2024

Australian Alex Bolt was crowned the men's singles champion at this week's Swan Hill Tennis International in regional Victoria.
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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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