Naomi Broady has been a mainstay on the ITF circuit since 2005, Broady has been a solid performer in both singles and doubles for many years and has reached both second and third rounds at Wimbledon and the US Open. A huge Manchester City fan, Broady started playing tennis at the age of seven.

scheduleLast updated 26/07/2021
GB RANKING
Great Britain 20
WORLD RANKING
641 1 arrow_drop_up
CAREER HIGH
76 07/03/2016
FED CUP TIES PLAYED
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Get to know Naomi

  • Place of birth: Stockport
  • Lives: Stockport
  • Trains: Manchester
  • Coach: Jack Carpenter and Dad Simon
  • Twitter: @NaomiBroady
  • Family: Mum is Shirley and Dad is Simon, with brothers Liam and Calum (younger) and older sister Emma
  • Interests: Football - supports Manchester City - and spending tie with nieces Lola-Rose and Blueball. Has a St Christopher medal necklace as a lucky charm. She loves 80s music, likes Spotify but doesn't listen to music before matches as she finds it distracting. She love food - all food!
  • Favourite surface: Hard
  • Favourite shot: Serve
  • Tennis beginnings: Introduced by Dad Simon aged 7 at local club
GB RANKING
Great Britain 6
WORLD RANKING
181 3 arrow_drop_up
CAREER HIGH
56 22/05/2017
FED CUP TIES PLAYED
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Get to know Naomi

  • Place of birth: Stockport
  • Lives: Stockport
  • Trains: Manchester
  • Coach: Jack Carpenter and Dad Simon
  • Twitter: @NaomiBroady
  • Family: Mum is Shirley and Dad is Simon, with brothers Liam and Calum (younger) and older sister Emma
  • Interests: Football - supports Manchester City - and spending tie with nieces Lola-Rose and Blueball. Has a St Christopher medal necklace as a lucky charm. She loves 80s music, likes Spotify but doesn't listen to music before matches as she finds it distracting. She love food - all food!
  • Favourite surface: Hard
  • Favourite shot: Serve
  • Tennis beginnings: Introduced by Dad Simon aged 7 at local club

2021 2021 addremove

Partnered with Eden Silva, Broady reached the final of the ITF 25K in South Africa.

2020 2020 addremove

Returned to training following an injury just before lockdown.

2019 2019 addremove

Reached the quarter finals of the ITF £25k in Karuizawa, Japan, losing out to Erina Hayashi in straight sets. Won the doubles tournament at Karuizawa alongside Japanese partner Ayaka Okuno, as well as the doubles title in the ITF £60k in Fukuoka alongside Heather Watson.

2018 2018 addremove

Won first WTA doubles title in April at Monterrey with partner Sara Sorribes. Followed this in May with win in $60,000 Fukuoka Doubles with partner Asia Muhammad.

Career Highlights Career Highlights addremove

Winning first WTA doubles title in Monterrey (2018).

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