|Carson Branstine Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 11 in|
|Date of Birth||September 9, 2000|
Carson Branstine is a Canadian professional tennis player who came into the spotlight after winning the junior doubles titles at both the Australian Open and French Open in 2017, both in partnership with Bianca Andreescu. The same year, she also reached the junior doubles semi-final at Wimbledon. She had represented the United States until March 2017, when she decided to make a switch to Canada, her mother’s birth country. Carson reached her career-high ITF (International Tennis Federation) junior ranking (4) in July 2017.
Irvine, Orange County, California, United States
She splits her time between Los Angeles, California, United States and Montréal, Québec, Canada.
Carson completed her high schooling via Connections Academy, an online distance-learning facility. She then joined the University of Southern California to pursue a degree in communications and play collegiate tennis; 2019-20 being her freshman season.
Professional Tennis Player
- Father – Bruce Branstine
- Mother – Carol Freeman
- Siblings – Cassidy Branstine (Older Sister) (Tennis Player), Constance Branstine (Older Sister) (Tennis Player)
- Others – Freddie Freeman (Cousin) (Professional Baseball Player)
Right-Handed (Two-Handed Backhand)
5 ft 11 in or 180.5 cm
59 kg or 130 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
She is of American descent on her father’s side and Canadian descent on her mother’s side.
- Lanky frame
- Charming smile
- Gleaming face
- Shoulder-length, straight hair
Carson Branstine Facts
- She won her first doubles title at the very first junior tournament that she competed in, the ITF G4 in Atlanta, in November 2014.
- Two weeks later, she triumphed at both the singles and the doubles events at the G4 in Boca Raton.
- In October 2016, Carson received an offer from Tennis Canada to train at the National Training Centre in Montréal. She accepted the invitation and it became a key factor in her decision to switch her representation from the United States to Canada in March 2017.
- In her very first tournament after deciding to represent Canada, the ITF G1 in Carson, California, she won both the singles and the doubles titles.
- She reached her first WTA (Women’s Tennis Association) doubles final in partnership with Bianca Andreescu at the 2017 Coupe Banque Nationale, where the pair eventually lost to the top-seeded pairing of Tímea Babos and Andrea Hlaváčková.
Featured Image by Carson Branstine / Instagram