WTA Hertogenbosch 06/14 14:15 27 Robin Montgomery vs Ekaterina Alexandrova View


WTA Hertogenbosch 06/13 16:25 26 [173] Robin Montgomery v Jule Niemeier [91] 6-3,6-3
WTA Hertogenbosch 06/12 14:05 25 [44] Magda Linette v Robin Montgomery [173] 7-6,3-6,5-7
WTA Hertogenbosch 06/09 13:15 19 [128] Lulu Sun v Robin Montgomery [180] 6-7,5-7
WTA Hertogenbosch 06/08 14:15 45 Annelin Bakker v Robin Montgomery 4-6,6-3,2-6
French Open Women 05/23 10:40 19 [182] Robin Montgomery v Leolia Jeanjean [143] 6-4,2-6,4-6
French Open Women 05/22 09:45 15 [90] Brenda Fruhvirtova v Robin Montgomery [182] 3-6,6-7
French Open Women 05/20 13:50 14 [174] Ekaterina Vl. Makarova v Robin Montgomery [182] 1-6,2-6
ITF W100 Madrid 05/16 09:00 26 [110] Moyuka Uchijima v Robin Montgomery [159] 6-4,6-4
ITF W100 Madrid 05/14 10:50 25 [159] Robin Montgomery v Alison Van Uytvanck [407] 6-4,6-1
WTA Madrid 04/28 18:00 25 [183] Robin Montgomery v Aryna Sabalenka [2] 1-6,7-6,4-6
WTA Madrid 04/26 16:30 24 [28] Katie Boulter v Robin Montgomery [183] 6-1,3-6,4-6
WTA Madrid 04/24 18:10 23 [183] Robin Montgomery v Elina Avanesyan [65] 6-2,6-2

Wikipedia - Robin Montgomery

Robin Montgomery (; born September 5, 2004) is an American professional tennis player. She has a career-high WTA singles ranking of No. 143, attained on 17 July 2023, and a best doubles ranking of No. 119, achieved on 11 September 2023. She has won three singles and four doubles titles in tournaments of the ITF Women's World Tennis Tour.

An alumna of the Junior Tennis Champions Center (JTCC), Montgomery made her WTA Tour debut at the 2020 US Open, receiving a wildcard in the women's singles draw. The next year, she returned to juniors, winning the girls' singles and doubles titles at the US Open.


2019: Orange Bowl winner

Montgomery in 2021

In August 2019, Montgomery played in the girls' singles at the US Open, where she reached the third round, losing to fellow-American Katrina Scott. In September, she represented the US in the final of the Junior Fed Cup, teaming up with Connie Ma to win the doubles match against the Czech Republic and secure victory for the US. In December, she won the "18 and under" title in the 2019 Orange Bowl.

2020: Turned pro, first ITF Circuit title, junior No. 5 & major debut

Montgomery reached the quarterfinals of the 2020 Australian Open girls' singles tournament in January, and in March, she won her first ITF tournament, a $25k event in Las Vegas. As of August 2020, she was the No. 5 in the junior world rankings.

Following the break in the season caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Montgomery took part in the Western & Southern Open as a wildcard entrant in the qualifying competition, losing in the first round to tenth-seeded Sorana Cîrstea. The following week, she received a wildcard into the main draw of the 2020 US Open — her first Grand Slam appearance. She lost in the first round to Yulia Putintseva.

2021: WTA 1000 debut, US Open junior singles and doubles titles

She made her WTA 1000 debut in the main draw of the Miami Open as a wildcard player.

At the US Open, seventh-seeded Montgomery defeated sixth-seeded Kristina Dmitruk in straight sets in the girls' singles final to win her first Grand Slam singles title. She followed that victory a few hours later with her first major doubles title, along with her partner Ashlyn Krueger; they defeated fellow American duo Reese Brantmeier and Elvina Kalieva in three sets, after coming back from losing the first set to take the second set and win the match tiebreak. Montgomery became the first girl to achieve the feat of winning both titles at the US Open since Michaëlla Krajicek in 2004 and was the first American to take the girls' singles title since Amanda Anisimova in 2017.

2023-2024: First WTA 1000 wins

She qualified for the inaugural 2023 ATX Open in Austin, Texas but lost in the first round to lucky loser CoCo Vandeweghe, in three tight sets.

She received a wildcard for the qualifying draw of the Indian Wells Open, and for the main draw of the Miami Open, where she reached the second round, defeating Ana Bogdan for her first WTA 1000-level win.

In 2024, she qualified for the main draw in Indian Wells, having received a wildcard for the qualifying competition. She also received wildcards for the qualifying competition at Miami.

At the Madrid Open, also as a main draw wildcard, she defeated Elina Avanesyan and 26th seed Katie Boulter, reaching the third round for the first time at this level.