Before they were playing on the clay courts at Roland Garros, the six of them had stellar collegiate career filled with victories and success. All of of them left their own mark in college tennis and are striving to do the same in the professional ranks.

With the 2020 French Open kicking off on Sunday, we highlighted their illustrious careers.

Jennifer Brady | UCLA

  • Jennifer Brady started her freshman year by winning the doubles title at the ITA All-American Championships
  • She went onto lead the Bruins in singles and doubles victories throughout her two year stint in Los Angeles
  • Brady was named an ITA All-American three times

Mayar Sherif | Pepperdine University

  • Mayar Sherif collected a 19-1 dual record in her senior season to post a .950 winning percentage that season
  • She finished her junior season ranked a career-high No. 1 in the Oracle ITA Doubles Rankings alongside Christine Maddox
  • Addtionally, Sherif was a three time All-American

Danielle Collins | University of Virginia, University of Florida

  • Danielle Collins became only the 7th woman in NCAA history to win two NCAA Singles titles
  • In addition to her NCAA titles, Collins won the ITA All-American Championship
  • To round out her stellar collegiate career, she also captured the Oracle ITA Masters Championship title

Astra Sharma | Vanderbilt University

  • Astra Sharma was named the NCAA tournament MVP as a redshirt freshman
  • Her career singles record at Vanderbilt was 94-28
  • Sharma was named an ITA All-American three times

Aliona Bolsova | Oklahoma State University, Florida Atlantic University

  • Aliona Bolsova went 19-0 in singles and won every match in straight sets during her sophomore season at FAU
  • Bolsova’s stellar singles play earned her the No. 2 spot in the Oracle ITA Rankings
  • She was named the Conference USA Women’s Tennis Player of the Year

Kristie Ahn | Stanford University

  • Kristie Ahn was named the ITA National Rookie of the Year
  • She was became an ITA All-American in singles
  • She ranked second on the team her first year in wins – holding a 36-4 overall record
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