|Caroline Garcia Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 10 in|
|Date of Birth||October 16, 1993|
|Eye Color||Light Brown|
Caroline Garcia is a French professional tennis player who is renowned for her accurate service game, offensive baseline play, and powerful groundstrokes. She has excelled in both the singles and doubles formats and has won numerous WTA (Women’s Tennis Association) and ITF (International Tennis Federation) titles, breaking into the ‘Top 5’ of the singles rankings in September 2018 and the ‘Top 5’ of the doubles rankings in October 2016. Caroline won the French Open doubles title in 2016 and led France to a Fed Cup title in 2019, having led her country to the final previously, in 2016, which was the nation’s first such appearance since 2005.
Professional Tennis Player
- Father – Louis Paul Garcia
- Mother – Mary Lene Garcia
She is represented by –
- Sam Duvall, Tournament and International Relations Manager, Topnotch Management, Cleveland, Ohio, United States
- Pascal Biojout, Sponsorship and Marketing Agent, Sport Plus Consulting, Paris, France
- Sammy Dancyger, PR Agent, Sport Plus Consulting, Paris, France
Right-Handed (Two-Handed Backhand)
5 ft 10 in or 178 cm
61 kg or 134.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Multiracial (Hispanic and White)
She is of Spanish descent on her father’s side and French descent on her mother’s side.
- Neck-length hair
- Lean physique
- Affable smile
- Radiant face
Caroline has been sponsored by –
Caroline Garcia Favorite Things
- Color – Blue
- City – Lyon
- Music Genres – Pop, Acoustic
- Tennis Tournament/Event – French Open
- Tennis Player/Role Model – Roger Federer
- Hobbies/Interests – Cooking, Traveling, Reading, Watching Movies
- Food/Meal – Paella, Pizza, Millefeuille Tiramisu
- Tech Accessory – iPad
Source – Caro-Garcia.com, Facebook
Caroline Garcia Facts
- Caroline’s first WTA title came in 2014 at the Copa Claro Colsanitas in Bogotá, Colombia, where she upset the former World no. 1 and defending champion Jelena Janković.
- When she and Kristina Mladenovic won the 2016 French Open doubles title, they became the first French pairing to do so since Gail Chanfreau and Françoise Dürr in 1971. The pair went on to win the WTA award for ‘Best Doubles Team of the Year’.
- In 2017, she became the first player to win both the Wuhan Open and the China Open in the same year.
- From the 2016 French Open to the 2017 Australian Open, she reached at least the quarterfinal stage of each of the 4 Grand Slam events.
Featured Image by Caroline Garcia / Instagram