Sloane Stephens is a right-handed American professional tennis player who plays on the WTA tour. Sloane started playing tennis at the age of 9 and has won 6 WTA singles titles since turning professional in 2010. The highlight of her career (so far) was winning the Grand Slam title at the US Open in 2017.
Her highest world ranking came about in 2018 when she was ranked 3rd in the world. In Grand Slam tournaments, she has reached the Final at the French Open in 2018; the semi-finals at the Australian Open in 2013 and the quarter-finals at Wimbledon in 2013. Sloane was awarded WTA Comeback Player of the Year for her successful season in 2017.Sloane Stephens is a right-handed American professional tennis player who plays on the WTA tour. Sloane started playing tennis at the age of 9 and has won 6 WTA singles titles since turning professional in 2010. The highlight of her career (so far) was winning the Grand Slam title at the US Open in 2017.
Her highest world ranking came in 2018 when she was ranked 3rd in the world. In Grand Slam tournaments, she has reached the Final at the French Open in 2018, the semi-finals at the Australian Open in 2013, and the quarterfinals at Wimbledon in 2013. Sloane was awarded WTA Comeback Player of the Year for her successful season in 2017, and the following year she was awarded an ESPY for top Female Tennis Player. She has stated that clay is her favorite court surface to play on, as it is ideal for her topspin-heavy, powerful shots.
Sloane started the Sloane Stephens Foundation, which helps build tennis courts and set up after-school tennis programs for undeserved students, as well as a tutoring program. In 2019, in recognition for her philanthropic work, sloane was nominated for the Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award. The foundation is run by Sloane, her mother, and her uncle Ronald Smith. Sloane also previously worked with Soles4Souls, a charity that collects new and used shoes to give to children in need.
Sloane graduated with a bachelor's degree in communications studies from Indiana University East in 2017. She completed the degree while recovering from surgery for a foot injury.
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