Jaimee Fourlis was born on 17 September 1999 and is a professional Australian tennis player of Greek descent.
23 Facts About Jaimee Fourlis
Jaimee Fourlis has a career-high singles ranking of world No 147, achieved on 18 July 2022, and a highest doubles ranking of world No 138, reached on 2 March 2020.
Jaimee Fourlis has won eight ITF singles titles and five ITF doubles titles.
Jaimee Fourlis reached the girls' doubles semifinals of the 2016 Australian Open, partnering with Maddison Inglis.
Jaimee Fourlis made her Grand Slam main-draw debut after winning the 2017 Australian Open Wildcard Playoff by defeating Abbie Myers in the final, earning her a wildcard into the 2017 Australian Open singles tournament.
Jaimee Fourlis grew up in Melbourne and attended Northcote High School.
Jaimee Fourlis made her ITF Women's Circuit debut in Glen Iris in March 2014.
Jaimee Fourlis played two more ITF tournaments in Croatia for the year.
In 2016, Jaimee Fourlis commenced the year at the Perth $25k event, where from qualifying she won eight matches en route to her first title.
Jaimee Fourlis played a number of events across Australia and Great Britain, with limited success.
Jaimee Fourlis ended the 2016 season with a ranking of 427.
Jaimee Fourlis was given a wildcard into the Hobart International where she lost to Kirsten Flipkens in the opening round.
Jaimee Fourlis made her Grand Slam debut at the Australian Open, after winning the Wildcard Playoff.
Jaimee Fourlis defeated Anna Tatishvili before losing to Svetlana Kuznetsova in the second round.
In December, Jaimee Fourlis won the Under-18 Australian Championships and received a main draw wildcard to the 2018 Australian Open.
Jaimee Fourlis was given a wildcard into the Hobart International where she defeated Nina Stojanovic, before losing to Heather Watson in the second round.
Jaimee Fourlis ended 2018 with a singles ranking of 202.
In January 2019, Jaimee Fourlis lost in the first round of qualifying for the Australian Open.
Jaimee Fourlis spent the next months of 2019 on the ITF Circuit with her best result being a semifinal result in Rome in May 2019 and Barcelona in June 2019.
Jaimee Fourlis reached the final round of the US Open qualifying.
Jaimee Fourlis ended 2019 with a singles ranking of 248.
Jaimee Fourlis lost in the first round of the US Open qualifying.
Jaimee Fourlis is an offensive baseliner and has a powerful forehand which she uses to try to dictate play from the back of the court.