Danielle Collins Height, Age, Net Worth

Quick Info Danielle Collins :

NameDanielle Rose Collins
NickNameDanielle Collins
Date of BirthDecember 13, 1993
Age (2024)31 Years
NationalityUnited States
HomeTownSt. Petersburg, FL
Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
ProfessionAmerican professional tennis player
EducationFlorida (2012–2013); Virginia (2013–2016)
SpouseBryan Kipp (BoyFriend)
Net Worth20-23 Million USD

Who is Danielle Collins ?

Danielle Rose Collins, born on December 13, 1993, is an American professional tennis player renowned for her dynamic and aggressive playing style. Throughout her career, Collins has surged through the ranks, reaching significant milestones and leaving an indelible mark on the sport. From her stellar collegiate tennis days to her remarkable achievements on the professional circuit, Collins has consistently showcased her prowess on the court.

Danielle Collins
Danielle Collins

Collins’ journey in tennis began with her collegiate career at the University of Virginia, where she clinched the NCAA singles title twice and emerged as the top-ranked collegiate player. Her transition to the professional arena was marked by notable breakthroughs, including reaching the semifinals of the 2018 Miami Open as a qualifier.

In subsequent years, Collins’ meteoric rise continued as she made waves at major tournaments. Her breakthrough moment came at the 2019 Australian Open, where she stormed into the semifinals, defeating formidable opponents along the way, including Angelique Kerber.

The year 2021 proved to be pivotal for Collins as she secured her first WTA Tour singles title at the Palermo Ladies Open, followed by another triumph at the Silicon Valley Classic. These victories catapulted her back into the top 30 rankings, reaffirming her status as a force to be reckoned with in the tennis world.

Facts about Danielle Collins :

  • Danielle Rose Collins is an American professional tennis player born on December 13, 1993.
  • Her career-high WTA rankings are No. 7 in singles and No. 79 in doubles.
  • She won her first WTA title in 2021 at the Palermo Ladies Open.
  • Collins has won a total of four WTA Tour singles titles, including a prestigious WTA 1000 title at the 2024 Miami Open.
  • She reached a major singles final at the 2022 Australian Open.
  • In college, Collins played for the University of Virginia and won the NCAA singles title twice, in 2014 and 2016.
  • She graduated from the University of Virginia with a bachelor’s degree in media studies and business.
  • Collins later returned to the University of Florida for a master’s degree in sports management.
Danielle Collins
Danielle Collins
  • In 2009, she began competing on the ITF Women’s Circuit, where she won her first singles title in 2011.
  • Her breakthrough year came in 2018 when she reached the semifinals at the Miami Open as a qualifier.
  • At the 2019 Australian Open, she defeated Angelique Kerber, a former world No. 1 and three-time major champion, en route to reaching the semifinals.
  • Danielle revealed in late 2019 that she suffers from rheumatoid arthritis.
  • In 2020, she reached the quarterfinals of the French Open after defeating two-time Grand Slam champion Garbiñe Muguruza.
  • In 2021, she battled back from injuries and won her first two WTA Tour titles at the Palermo Ladies Open and the Silicon Valley Classic.
  • Her win streak reached 12 matches in 2021 before falling to compatriot Jessica Pegula.
  • At the 2022 Australian Open, Collins became the American No. 1 female player after reaching the finals.
  • She partnered with Desirae Krawczyk to reach the Wimbledon doubles quarterfinals and semifinals in 2022.
  • In 2023, Collins won her first WTA Tour doubles title alongside Desirae Krawczyk at the Charleston Open.
  • Danielle announced 2024 as her final year of professional tennis.
  • In 2024, she captured back-to-back titles at the Miami Open and the Charleston Open, defeating top players like Elena Rybakina, Ons Jabeur, and Maria Sakkari.

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