Belgium's #1 female tennis player

WTA #29 in singles / WTA #5 in doubles 

Elise Mertens raster

Mertens and Hsieh save match points, win Wimbledon in doubles thriller

No.3 seeds Elise Mertens and Hsieh Su-wei saved two match points to defeat Russians Veronika Kudermetova and Elena Vesnina in a thrilling doubles final on Centre Court.

11 July 2021

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Elise ascends to WTA Doubles World no. 1

The WTA announced today that Elise Mertens has become the new WTA Doubles World No.1 as of May 10, 2021 for the first time in her career. The Belgian becomes the 45th woman in the history of the WTA to achieve the elite ranking spot, and the second from her home country after Kim Clijsters.

10 May 2021

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Mertens reaches Istanbul singles final and wins doubles trophy

Top seed Elise Mertens ended Charleston champion and doubles partner Veronika Kudermetova's winning streak at nine matches to reach the TEB BNP Paribas Tennis Championship Istanbul final, where she was defeated by Sorana Cirstea. Elise and Kudermetova did win the tournament's doubles trophy.

24 April 2022

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Elise reaches Dubai semifinals

In an absorbing semifinal at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, No.9 seed GarbiƱe Muguruza needed all her focus to hold off No.10 seed Elise Mertens, eventually closing out a 6-4, 7-6(5) win on her seventh match point.

13 March 2021

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Elise launches Mountain Gorilla Tag for Virunga on World Wildlife Day

Elise Mertens partners with Beabond to launch a Mountain Gorilla Tag in support of Virunga National Park and their efforts around the critically endangered gorilla population. The tag is an exclusive necklace with a unique design featuring the footprint of a gorilla and Botswana diamond.

3 March 2021

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Mertens, Sabalenka win Australian Open doubles title

Elise Mertens and Aryna Sabalenka added another Grand Slam title to their collections with a straight-sets win against third-seeded Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova.

20 February 2021

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Mertens bests Kanepi for Gippsland Trophy title

Elise Mertens hoists a championship trophy in Australia once again, as the Belgian defeats Kaia Kanepi for her sixth career WTA singles title.

7 February 2021

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