Loading...
Skip to content

Jodie Burrage of Union Jacks celebrates winning her women's singles match against Emma Raducanu of British Bulldogs during day six of the St. James's Place Battle of The Brits Team Tennis at National Tennis Centre on August 1, 2020

Jodie Burrage

GB RANKING3

WORLD RANKING98

CAREER HIGH
11/09/2023 85

WTA TITLES1

ITF TITLES11

BILLIE JEAN KING CUP TIES1

Last updated: 17/04/2024

Jodie Burrage training at the National Tennis Centre

FAVOURITE

SURFACE: Grass

SHOT: Backhand down the line

COACH

Craig Veal

AGE24

HEIGHT175 cm

PLAYSRight-handed

BACKHANDTwo-handed

LTA SUPPORT Pro Scholarship Programme

EXPLORE Jodie's social media

FAVOURITE

SURFACE:Grass

SHOT:Backhand down the line

COACH

Craig Veal

Get to know Jodie Burrage

About

Since making her WTA Tour main-draw debut in singles in 2021, Jodie Burrage has gone from strength to strength - finishing runner-up at the Ilkley Trophy and making it to the round of 16 at the Eastbourne International in 2022.

Having recently broken into the top 100 in a season where she's lifted the biggest title of her career at the W60 Croissy-Beaubourg and made her first WTA final at the Rothesay Open Nottingham, Burrage now finds herself as the British No.2.

Burrage is supported by the LTA Pro Scholarship Programme the highest level of support offered to developing players aged between 16 and 24 with the best chance of reaching the ATP/WTA top 100 singles.

Quick-fire facts

  • Place of birth: Kingston
  • Family: Chris and Yvonne Burrage, 3 brothers - Zach oldest (22), Ben (19), Seb (16). Mum used to play and that’s how she got into tennis. The whole family can play and can be very competitive and ended up in a few fights when younger.
  • Likes: Big golf fan – started playing when out injured in 2019 and is planning to get a handicap soon.

Tennis Career

Next matches

Latest highlights

Cookies on LTA site

We use cookies on our site to ACE your experience, improve the quality of our site and show you content we think you’ll be interested in. Let us know if you agree to cookies or if you’d prefer to manage your own settings.