With her consistent groundstrokes, quick footwork around the court and no-quitter attitude, Emma would make an all-round addition to a college team both in singles and doubles. Some of her wins include a 6-4, 6-1 victory over Laura Rijkers (University of Arkansas, UTR 9.96) in 2018, and a 6-2 6-2 win over Danique Havermans (UTR 9.25).
Emma is currently ranked #67 in the national rankings and earned a career high of #49 on the Dutch national women’s rankings. Besides competing nationally, Emma has also been active on the international tour playing several ITF Junior tournaments that earned her a career high ranking of #1460. She has been rated as high as 10.7 UTR. Due to a wrist injury she wasn't able to play enough tournaments to keep her rating up, but we believe she definitely has the level and much potential to further develop in college.
Emma is currently a top student at Gymnasium Camphusianum, where she has earned a 3.5 GPA, placing her among the highest 5% performing students in the country. She is interested to pursue a degree either in law, economics or communications, and would love to compete for a Division 1 college team.
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