Leicester-born Katie Boulter might just be one of the most interesting young British talents out there. The 22-year-old comes from the Woodhouse Eaves, has already won an impressive nine ITF titles across her Singles (5) and Doubles (4) career. Her best ranking so far has been 117th, which she achieved in July 2018. At Doubles level, she has reached as far as 473rd.
Her first major tournament twin came in 2014, when she won at the Sharm el-Sheikh, in Egypt. It was her third final at the tournament in a short space of time, before defeating fellow Briton Eden Silva in the Final.
Arguably her biggest tournament win so far likely came when she beat Urszula Radwanska in April 2018 at the Obidos tournament. It was an impressive win, and reminded everyone that this young talent might be one of the most exciting in her age group.
Though she is yet to break into the Top 100, it feels like a matter of time for an excellent professional who only has eyes for her own progress. Free from the shackles that hold back many British pros, Boulter certainly has a bright future for her in the WTA circuit.