Sloane Stephens


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March 20, 1993
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Sloane Stephens Bio

Sloane Stephens is a professional tennis player born on March 20, 1993, in Plantation, Florida, USA. She turned pro in 2009 and won the junior French, Wimbledon and US Open doubles titles in 2010. The following year, she became the youngest player in the Top 100. She is famous for her powerful forehand and athletic court coverage.

Sloane is sponsored by Nike, Mercedes-Benz, Head, Rolex, Verizon, The Estée Lauder Companies Inc., Vaseline, Fresh N' Lean,  doTERRA, Chocolate Milk, and Quantum Energy Squares. She has won the US Open (2017), the Miami Open (2018), the ASB Classic (2016), Abierto Telcel Open (2016), the Volvo Car Open (2016), and Citi Open (2015). In addition, she was a semifinalist (2013) at the Australian Open, a runner-up (2018) at the French Open, a quarter-finalist (2013) at Wimbledon, and a finalist in the WTA's Year-End Tournament (2018).

Her highest ranking is number 3. In 2018, she won an ESPY for Best Female Tennis Player. The same year, she was part of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. Sloane had a Jordan and Nike Court sneaker collaboration for the 2019 US Open.

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