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Belinda Bencic Australian Open Record and Match Schedule

Belinda Bencic plays professional tennis hail from Swiss. She is the No. 4 on WTA list, which is her career high. Bencic has won eight singles and two doubles titles on the WTA Tour. She got a gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Her big break came at the US Open in 2014. She was the youngest player in the quarterfinals since Hingis in 1997. In 2015, Bencic won her first two WTA Tour titles. At the Canadian Open, she beat four of the top six players in the world. The next year, when she was 18, she made her first top-ten hit.

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She then had her best season to date in 2019, when she won her second Premier-5 title at the Dubai Championships and made it to the semi-finals of her first Grand Slam tournament, the US Open.

She also qualified for and made it to the semi-finals of her first WTA Finals, and she finished the year in the top 10 for the first time, which helped her win the WTA Comeback Player of the Year award.

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When is Belinda Bencic’s Next Match in Australian Open?

Australian Open draws are yet to be announced, so it will be before time to announce her tentative Australian Open 2024 Rival. The information will be updated here as soon as it is updated on the official AO website.

Will Belinda Bencic Play in Australian Open 2024, Injury Status Updated

Bencic struggled with various injury issues from 2016 to 2018, most notably having wrist surgery in 2017 that kept her out for five months and caused her to drop outside the top 300 in the WTA rankings.

In 2016, she retired from her second-round match at Miami and was forced to miss almost the entire clay-court season, including the French Open, due to a back injury. Because of a wrist injury, she also had to quit her Wimbledon match in the second Round. In 2018, Bencic was forced to miss a few months of play due to injury for the third year in a row.

She had a long record of injuries but eventually returned to the field consistently in 2018.

Belinda Bencic Australian Open Record Over the Years

Since 2014, she has participated in every edition of the Australian Open. Her overall win percentage is 60%, where he won 15 and lost 10. Her best performance in the Australian Open came out in the latest edition of the Australian Open 2023, where she ended in the 4th Round.

Her overall performance in the hard-court arenas is fine, and she has reached the US Open QFs several times and to the semi-finals one time in 2019.

Just like in the doubles she has also taken part in the doubles since 2014. Her participation was inconsistent as she preferred to leave most of the time. Her performance in the AO was not that good; her best performance was in 2023, when she finally reached the 2nd Round.

Tournament20142015 20162017201820192020202120222023W/LWin %
Australian Open2R1R 4R1R2R3R3R3R2R4R15/1060%
Australian Open DoublesA1R 2R1RA1RA1RA2R2/529%

Who can beat Belinda Bencic in 2024 Australian Open?

Markéta Vondroušová, Barbora Krejčíková, Kateřina Siniaková, Iga Swiatek, Coco Gauff and Aryna Sabalenka are her arch rivals on the tennis courts.

FAQs

How many times has Belinda Bencic been a finalist at the Australian Open?

She has never been a finalist in the Australian Open. However, she finished in the 4th Round in the latest edition of the Australian Open in 2023.

Has Belinda Bencic ever won the Australian Open in doubles?

Unfortunately, she has never won any Australian Open doubles. In fact, she was not consistent in participating in the doubles. In the wavy appearances in Australian Open doubles her best performance was in 2023, where she ended in the 2nd Round.

How does Belinda Bencic’s Australian Open record compare to her performances at other Grand Slam tournaments?

Apart from the Australian Open, her best performances came out in the US Open. She was the semi-finalist in 2019 and quarter-finalist twice in 2014 and 2021, respectively.

Who are some of Belinda Bencic’s notable rivals at the Australian Open?

Markéta Vondroušová, Barbora Krejčíková,  Kateřina Siniaková, Iga Swiatek, Coco Gauff, Aryna Sabalenka and Aryna Sabalenka are her arch rivals on the tennis courts.


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