18 Facts About Camila Osorio


Maria Camila Osorio Serrano is a Colombian professional tennis player.


Camila Osorio has been ranked by the Women's Tennis Association as high as world No 33 in singles and No 199 in doubles.


Camila Osorio has won one singles title on the WTA Tour and three singles titles on tournaments of the ITF Women's Circuit.


Camila Osorio won the girls' singles title at the 2019 US Open.


Camila Osorio followed up with a semifinal appearance at the Charleston Open the following week.


Camila Osorio came through the qualifying at the French Open to make her major debut.


Camila Osorio reached the third round by defeating fellow-qualifier Anna Kalinskaya and 32nd seed Ekaterina Alexandrova before losing to second seed Aryna Sabalenka.


Camila Osorio started at the US Open defeating Ivana Jorovic in the first round of the tournament, before losing to Ons Jabeur in the second.


Camila Osorio completed her first professional season by reaching the final of the Tenerife Open, where she eventually lost to Ann Li.


Camila Osorio later revealed in an interview that she sustained an abdominal injury which affected her in the final round of the tournament.


Camila Osorio reached her third WTA Tour-level singles final, losing to second seed and 2021 US Open runner-up, Leylah Fernandez, after having multiple match points.


Camila Osorio reached a career-high ranking of No 33 on 4 April 2022.


Camila Osorio won her first match at the Australian Open defeating Panna Udvardy.


Camila Osorio reached her first semifinal of the season where she defeated local and third seed of the tournament, Alize Cornet, in the first round, Jule Niemeier in the second round and Linda Noskova in the quarterfinals.


Camila Osorio lost her semifinal match to top seed Caroline Garcia, in straight sets.


Camila Osorio reached the third round of a WTA 1000 for the first time in her career, defeating Clara Burel and 32nd seed Marta Kostyuk.


Camila Osorio reached her first fourth round at a WTA 1000 level with a top-5 win over Caroline Garcia avenging her semifinal loss in Lyon, becoming the first Colombian woman to reach the round of 16 at a WTA 1000 tournament.


Camila Osorio is the granddaughter of former Colombian national team football player Rolando Serrano.