17 Facts About Nicole Gibbs


Nicole Gibbs was born on March 3,1993 and is an American former professional tennis player.


Nicole Gibbs won seven singles and five doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit.


Nicole Gibbs was the top player in both singles and doubles for the Stanford women's team.


Nicole Gibbs joined Stanford's Linda Gates and UCLA's Keri Phebus as only the third player in NCAA history to capture both NCAA titles in the same season.


Nicole Gibbs then repeated as NCAA singles champion the following year, before foregoing her senior year.


Nicole Gibbs defeated teammate Mallory Burdette in the first all-Stanford singles final since 2011, claiming the 15th collegiate singles crown in school history.


The 2012 Pac-12 Player of the Year, Nicole Gibbs was named an All-Pac-12 First Team selection.


Nicole Gibbs was ousted from the Mercury Insurance Open, where she lost to Varvara Lepchenko.


Nicole Gibbs was chosen by a vote of coaches from 1,000 NCAA member schools.


Nicole Gibbs has played in qualifying for the US Open on three occasions, winning a round in 2010.


Nicole Gibbs was a hitting partner as part of the 2009 United States Fed Cup team in Italy.


Nicole Gibbs won her first Grand Slam main-draw matches at the 2014 US Open.


Nicole Gibbs won her first Australia Open main-draw match in 2015, reaching the second round.


Nicole Gibbs remained with the team in 2016, when it relocated and was renamed the Orange County Breakers.


Nicole Gibbs was named WTT Female Most Valuable Player after tying for first in the league with teammate Alla Kudryavtseva in winning percentage in women's doubles and finishing second in women's singles.


In May 2019, after a routine dental visit, Nicole Gibbs' dentist noticed a small growth on the roof of her mouth, which later turned out to be microcystic adnexal carcinoma, a very rare form of sweat gland cancer.


On February 15,2021, Nicole Gibbs announced on social media that she would be retiring from professional tennis.