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scheduleLast updated 18/10/2021
GB RANKING
Great Britain 7
WORLD RANKING
222 3 arrow_drop_up
CAREER HIGH
221 20/09/2021
FED CUP TIES PLAYED
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Get to know Jodie

  • Place of birth: Kingston 
  • Coach: David Felgate (JTC)
  • 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.
  • Favourite surface: Grass
  • Favourite shot: Backhand down the line
  • Likes: Big golf fan – started playing when out injured in 2019 and is planning to get a handicap soon.
GB RANKING
Great Britain 13
WORLD RANKING
368 5 arrow_drop_down
CAREER HIGH
329 12/07/2021
FED CUP TIES PLAYED
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Get to know Jodie

  • Place of birth: Kingston 
  • Coach: David Felgate (JTC)
  • 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.
  • Favourite surface: Grass
  • Favourite shot: Backhand down the line
  • Likes: Big golf fan – started playing when out injured in 2019 and is planning to get a handicap soon.

2021 2021 addremove

Won her fourth ITF title at a $25k tournament in Dubai in April Was selected to represent Great Britain in a Billie Jean King Cup Play-Off tie against Mexico at the National Tennis Centre in the same month. In May she won the W25 Salinas doubles event with Paige Hourigan. Lost first round at Roland Garros qualifying and at the first round at Wimbledon. She reached her second singles final of the season at the W25 Les Contamines-Montjoie, finishing runner-up.

2020 2020 addremove

Runner-up at an ITF $15k event at Monastir in Tunisia in January and was a semi-finalist at an ITF $25k in Thailand in February. Caught the eye in a number of behind closed doors events at the NTC post lockdown, reaching the final of the first British Tour Premier Event, and beating Johanna Konta in the second Battle of the Brits Team Tennis event. She also reached the final of the Progress Tour Women’s Championships, where she eventually lost out to Katie Boulter and reached the semi-finals of a ITF $25k event in Cherbourg-en-Cotentin in October. 

Career Highlights Career Highlights addremove

Playing at Wimbledon as a junior. Beating Marion Bartolli while she was reigning Wimbledon champion at an exhibition tournament in Liverpool. Winning her first 25k tournament having come back from a second ankle operation.

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