17 Facts About Alexandra Eala


Alexandra Maniego Eala was born on 23 May 2005 and is a Filipino tennis player.

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Alexandra Eala has a career-high singles ranking by the Women's Tennis Association of 248, achieved on 17 October 2022.

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Alexandra Eala is the highest-ranked Filipino female singles player in WTA Tour history, surpassing Maricris Gentz, who peaked at No 284 on 18 October 1999.

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Alexandra Eala won her first junior singles title at the 2022 US Open, making her the first Filipino player to win a junior Grand Slam singles title.

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Alexandra Eala's mother Rosemarie "Rizza" Maniego-Eala is a 1985 Southeast Asian Games bronze medalist in the 100-meter backstroke and currently serves as the chief financial officer of Globe Telecom.

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Alexandra Eala is the niece of Philippine Sports Commission chairperson and former Philippine Basketball Association commissioner Noli Eala.

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Alexandra Eala has been a student of the Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar in Manacor, since she was 12 years old.

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At the age of 12, Alexandra Eala won the 2018 Les Petit As 14-and-under tournament, beating Linda Noskova in the finals.

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Alexandra Eala made her junior Grand Slam debut at the 2019 US Open.

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Alexandra Eala was named the 2019 Milo Junior Athlete of the Year.

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Alexandra Eala won the 2020 Australian girls' doubles event, partnering Priska Madelyn Nugroho.

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Alexandra Eala peaked in the junior rankings at No 2, after reaching the semifinals at the 2020 French Open girls' singles competition.

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Alexandra Eala paid tribute to her roots on Independence Day following another major triumph, this time on the clay court in Paris.

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On September 11,2022, Alexandra Eala became the first Filipino to win a junior Grand Slam singles championship and the only Filipino with multiple junior Grand Slam titles.

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Alexandra Eala made her debut on the ITF Women's Circuit on 4 March 2020, as she played in the $15k event at Monastir, where she won her first professional match.

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Alexandra Eala leaped to the top 1000 in the WTA rankings, after winning the title at the first leg of the $15k Manacor event in Spain in January 2021.

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Alexandra Eala made her first ITF doubles final at the $25k Platja d'Aro in Spain, playing with Oksana Selekhmeteva.

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