CiCi Bellis

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CiCi Bellis
NameCiCi Bellis
Representsusa USA
Height5' 7"
Singles Titles1 (WTA Hawaii Open)
Highest WTA Ranking35 (2017)
Profile data courtesy ATP/WTA

Meet CiCi Bellis

Catherine Bellis is coached by Anibal Aranda and likes to be known as “CiCi”.
Born in San Francisco and resides in Atherton, CA.
Was home schooled and is an only child.
Turned professional after 2016 US Open, forgoing the opportunity to attend Stanford University on a tennis scholarship. Bellis was ranked the No.1 junior tennis player in the world in September 2014, and was declared 2014 ITF Junior World Champion. As part of a US Tennis Association mentoring program, talks on the phone a couple of times a week with 18-time Grand Slam champion Chris Evert.

CiCi Bellis was the 2016 Hawaii Open WTA 125k Champion! The Hawaii Open is thrilled to see her return to Hawaii.


2017 – Broke into the Top 50 for the first time in her career in 2017, finishing as the No.6 American.
Ended the year at No.47 but posted a career-high singles ranking of No.35 on August 14, 2017.
Youngest player in the Top 50 and one of four teenagers inside the Top 100.
Reached first two tour-level semifinals, at Mallorca (l. Goerges) and Stanford (l. Vandeweghe).
Became third American since turn of 21st century to reach 3r at Roland Garros (also Harkleroad, 2003, and Townsend, 2014) before turning 19 years old.
Registered first-career Top 10 win over No.6 A.Radwanska in Dubai, becoming youngest player to do so since 2014 US Open (Bencic d. No.7 Kerber) and first American to do so since 2009 Wimbledon (Oudin d. No.6 Jankovic).

Awarded WTA 2017 Newcomer of the Year (international media vote).

Information from CiCi Bellis’ WTA bio page.

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