Caroline Garcia (born 16 October 1993) is a French proficient tennis player. She has won five singles and six pairs titles on the WTA visit, one singles and one duplicates title on the WTA 125K arrangement, and as one singles and four copies titles on the ITF Women’s Circuit. On 11 June 2018, she contacted her best WTA singles positioning of world No. 6, and on 24 October 2016 she topped at No. 2 in the pairs rankings, tied with kindred Frenchwoman Kristina Mladenovic.
Garcia’s leap forward in duplicates originated from her organization with Mladenovic in 2016. The combine won four titles together, the best of which was the French Open title. The Frenchwomen were the 2016 WTA Doubles Team of the Year. Amid the following season they concentrated on the singles with Garcia turning into the principal player ever to win Wuhan and Beijing around the same time.
Playing for France at the Fed Cup, Garcia has a win-misfortune record of 8– 4 in singles and 5– 1 in duplicates. She was granted a Heart Award for her sportsmanship, and drove her nation to the 2016 Fed Cup last, France’s first last since 2005.