Posted an 18-3 record in singles, which was tied for the team lead with Valeriya Zeleva in the spring of 2019.
Saw action primarily at the No. 6 position in singles where she collected a 9-2 record. Also went 7-0 at the No. 5 spot and 2-1 at the No. 4 position.
Finished the season winning five straight singles matches. Also won 11 straight singles matches from January 31 to March 13. She won at lineup positions 4, 5 and 6 during that time.
Played 10 of 11 matches at doubles position No. 3.
Went 10-1 in doubles with three different partners. She was a perfect 6-0 with Marie Mattel as her partner.
Clinched a team-leading six matches for the Knights, the biggest coming on College MatchDay against the No. 48 Florida Gators.
Earned the American Athletic Conference Player of the Week on March 12 after going 3-0 in singles and 3-0 in doubles that week.
Went 2-0 in singles in the AAC tournament, picking up wins at No. 6 against Memphis and USF (first round and championship)
Went 2-0 in singles in the NCAA tournament, picking up wins at No. 6 against No. 37 Alabama and No. 11 FSU. She clinched the match with her win against Alabama.
Did not play in the fall of 2018.
962 WTA career-high singles ranking
Reached the singles quarterfinals of the ITF $15,000 in Lisbon in 2017
Reached the round of 16 at the ITF $25,000 in Obidos in 2017
Was runner-up of the YMCA TTT junior ITF in Chennai in 2014
Born on January 8, 1999 in Chandigarh, India
|Nickname: Nandu||Favorite Surface: Hard Court||Major: Criminal Justice|
|Favorite Grand Slam:
|Backhand or Forehand:
|Hat, visor or no hat:
|Favorite school subject:
Ice cream and Indian Sweets
|Doubles or Singles:
|Habits before starting a match: Listening to music
|What sports did you practice aside tennis:
|Favorite tennis memory:
Winning a match after comeback a matchpoint
|What do you always have in your tennis bag:
a resistence band