While American tennis has produced a wide range of stars over the years, few are quite as intriguing as Asia Muhammad. The impressive American broke onto the scene in 2007, when she first turned pro. Since then, she’s become a hard player to come up against, particularly on hard courts. He’s also picked up a series of Doubles titles, winning her four finals at WTA level so far.
At ITF Level, she has picked up a whopping 30 wins from 47 finals a Doubles level. Her ITF Singles career is also impressive, with 7 wins from her 11 Finals. It would be easy to see why so many choose to see Muhammad as one of the more interesting tennis players of her generation in America, too; her uncompromising and unique style makes her stand out almost immediately from the crowd.
A huge amount of trophy wins, too, means that it’s easy to see why she has such an impressive reputation. At Grand Slam level, her best performances have come on home soil, when she reached the Quarter Final of the 2016 US Open. She also managed to pick up First Round spots in the 2008 and 2018 US Open.