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. 
scheduleLast updated 20/09/2021
GB RANKING
Great Britain 5 1 arrow_drop_down
WORLD RANKING
157 14 arrow_drop_up
CAREER HIGH
82 18/02/2019
FED CUP TIES PLAYED
7

Get to know Katie

  • Place of birth: Leicester
  • Lives: Leicester
  • Trains: NTC
  • Twitter: @KatieBoulter1
  • Coach: Jeremy Bates
  • Tennis beginnings: Began playing aged five. Tennis idol is Serena Williams
  • Hobbies: Football (Leicester City), fashion, shopping and cooking
  • Family: Mother Sue is a former tennis coach, father is David.
GB RANKING
Great Britain -- Not ranked
WORLD RANKING
-- Not ranked
CAREER HIGH
431 31/12/2018
FED CUP TIES PLAYED
7

Get to know Katie

  • Place of birth: Leicester
  • Lives: Leicester
  • Trains: NTC
  • Twitter: @KatieBoulter1
  • Coach: Jeremy Bates
  • Tennis beginnings: Began playing aged five. Tennis idol is Serena Williams
  • Hobbies: Football (Leicester City), fashion, shopping and cooking
  • Family: Mother Sue is a former tennis coach, father is David.

2021 2021 addremove

Defeated rising star Coco Gauff in an Australian Open warm-up event before being beaten in three sets by World No.2 Naomi Osaka. Was knocked out in the first round of the Australian Open by Russia's Daria Kasatkina.

Was selected to represent Great Britain in a Billie Jean King Cup Play-Off tie against Mexico in April at the National Tennis Centre, and spearheaded Britain to victory by winning two matches.

In April she reached the semi-finals of an ITF 60K event in Argentina losing to sixth seed Xinyu Wang. Reached the quarter-finals of the Viking Open Nottingham before withdrawing with an elbow injury - recovering in time to play at Wimbledon.

2020 2020 addremove

Returned from a long-term back injury in January with an encouraging display despite defeat against Elina Svitolina in first round of Australian Open.

Reached the last 16 of a WTA Tour event in Indian Wells in March before lockdown hit.

Continued return to fitness post lockdown, winning the Progress Tour Women’s Championships title at the National Tennis Centre in July, and was part of the Union Jacks team at the Battle of the Brits Team Tennis event during the same month.

Reached the final of an ITF $15k event in Sharm El Sheikh in October.

Career Highlights Career Highlights addremove

  • Led Britain's return to the Fed Cup World Group II for the first time in 26 years with victory over Kazakhstan in April of 2019.
  • Reached a career-high of World No.82 in February of 2019

Early Career Early Career addremove

  • Won the Lemon Bowl, one of the premier junior tennis tournaments in the world, in Rome at the age of 11.
  • Reached the final of the Junior Orange Bowl in Florida at the age of 14.
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