Who is Alison Van Uytvanck?

Alison Van Uytvanck is a professional tennis player. She was born on the 26th of March, 1994 on Vilvoorde, Belgium to Rene Van Uytvanck and Krista Laemers. Alison is the winner of three international and one 125k title of the WTA tour. Furthermore, she is the holder of nine singles titles and one doubles title on the ITF tour. Alison reached ranking No. 41, her best ranking, on the 26th of October, 2015. She is No. 106 on doubles ranking.

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Alison won four ITF singles and reached the finals in Tessenderlo but lost in 2011. She entered the 2011 Brussels Open in the qualifier. Alison earned her fifth ITF singles title in 2012 in Glasgow. She made her debut in the Fed Cup against Serbia. She received her first WTA title in the 2013 OEC Taipei WTA Ladies Open. Alison reached the quarterfinal of the French Open in 2015. However, she lost to Timea Bacsinszky in two sets. She reached No. 41, which is her career-high ranking, in October of 2015. However, she did not attend tournaments in 2016 Clay Court season and the 2016 French Open due to a growth on her right ankle. This resulted in her to fall out of the Top 100 in 2016.

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Alison returned in 2017 after a long hiatus and won the title at Tournoi de Quebec, which is the first title of her career, beating Timea Babos. She earned her second title at Hungarian Ladies Open in a lengthy three-set battle against Dominika Cibulkova in the second round of Wimbledon. Furthermore, she just lost three games after dropping the first set 5-7. It is considered one of her best match performance of her career so far. She defended her title in Budapest in February of 2019. Her opponent was Marketa Vondrousova.

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Personal Life of Alison Van Uytvanck

Van Uytvanck born in the small town of Grimbergen, Belgium. Alison’s brother introduced her to tennis at age 5. Furthermore, she has a twin brother named Brett. She attended Sint-Donatus high school. There, she trained with local coach Sacha Katsnelson and Ann DeVries. She considers Roger Federer as her tennis idol.

Furthermore, she admires Kim Clijsters. Currently, she is in a relationship with Belgian tennis player Greet Minnen. Previously, Van Uytvanck played tennis with the Prince O3 Tour racquet. Now, she plays with the Snauwaert Grinta 100 Lite. This racquet is a 100 square inch racquet with a 22mm dual taper beam. It is 285g in weight. Furthermore, South Korean sporting goods company Fila signed a contract with Alison.