Martina Trevisan (born 3 November 1993) is an Italian professional tennis player. Trevisan is the current Italy number one, has a career-high singles ranking of 24 by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), and in 2021 had a peak doubles ranking of world No. 138. In 2022, she won her first WTA Tour singles title at Rabat and reached her first major semifinal at the French Open.
Trevisan has also won ten singles titles and two doubles titles on the developmental ITF Women’s Circuit. On that circuit, she had reached a career-high ranking of 57. Playing for the Italy Billie Jean King Cup team, Trevisan has a record of 6–3 (2–2 in singles and 4–1 in doubles, as of July 2022).
In 2009, Trevisan reached the semifinals of both the French Open and the Wimbledon Championships in girls’ doubles competitions.
In 2020, she made her Grand Slam debut at the Australian Open, overcoming former Wimbledon finalist Eugenie Bouchard in the qualifiers to reach the main draw before falling to eventual champion, Sofia Kenin, in straight sets. However, playing in double with Sara Errani, she arrives at the quarterfinal.
At the French Open, she came through the qualifiers to face Camila Giorgi; Giorgi retired in the second set due to injury. In the second round, Trevisan beat Coco Gauff in three sets to progress to her first Grand Slam third round. She followed that up with a win against 20th seed Maria Sakkari, after losing the first set 1–6 and edging the second (saving two match points) in a tie-break. She then defeated fifth seed Kiki Bertens, in straight sets, to move into her first Grand Slam quarterfinal where she lost to the eventual champion, Iga Świątek, also in straight sets.
In 2021, she was a quarterfinalist also at the Australian Open, in doubles partnering Aleksandra Krunić.
In 2022, she won her maiden title in Rabat defeating Claire Liu who was also a first-time WTA finalist. As a result she reached the top 60 at world No. 59 on 23 May 2022.
Trevisan continued her run of form by reaching her first Grand Slam semifinal at the French Open, defeating Harriet Dart, Magda Linette, Daria Saville, Aliaksandra Sasnovich, and 17th seed Leylah Fernandez, extending her winning streak to 10 matches before losing to Coco Gauff in the semifinals. She became the third Italian woman to reach the Roland Garros semifinals in the Open Era, following 2010 champion Francesca Schiavone and 2012 finalist Sara Errani.
In July, she reached quarterfinals of Budapest Grand Prix, where she lost to Anna Bondár, in straight sets.
Martina Trevisan’s parents are father Claudio Trevisa and mother Martina Trevisa. Both her parents were involved in sports.
Her father, Claudio Trevisan, was a professional football player who was born on 27 July 1947, and is of Mexican origin.
She is the younger sister of Matteo Trevisan who was a professional tennis player on the ATP World Tour.
Martina is married to Marco Parra, with whom she is collectively for a serious time frame. They are blessed with a daughter.
Martina Trevisan is a Chrisitan by religion.
Martina Trevisan’s net worth as of 2022 is estimated at around $4 million – $12 million.
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