Professional tennis player S. Sorribes Tormo hails from Spain. In her professional tennis career.
S. Sorribes Tormo has won four titles in doubles competition on the WTA Tour and one in singles competition on the WTA Challenger Tour.
Her record on the International Tennis Federation Circuit includes 10 singles and five doubles crowns. The 2021 Abierto Zapopan tournament in Guadalajara is where she first achieved WTA success.
Her best singles ranking was No. 32 in the world on 2/07/2022, while her best doubles ranking was No. 40 on 2/3/2020, both on the WTA.
In 2019, she has finished as the runner-up in doubles at the Bol Open and as the champion at the Open de Limoges on the Challenger Tour.
S. Sorribes Tormo: The Spaniard Making a Name for Herself by Beating Some of the World’s Best
S. Sorribes Tormo, a tennis player, entered the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo rated 73rd in the world.
Who did she face in the opening round? It’s Ashleigh Barty, the top player in the world.
At first glance, S. Sorribes Tormo matchup with her opponent in the opening round of women’s singles may have seemed like a mismatch.
The 24-year-old Spaniard was a huge surprise to Barty, winning in straight sets, 6-3, 6-4, in just one hour and 34 minutes.
And this isn’t Sorribes Tormo’s first time competing successfully against the best in the world.
Tokyo 2020: S. Sorribes Tormo Takes Out World No.1 Barty in Olympics Opener
On Sunday during the Tokyo Olympics, S. Sorribes Tormo caused a significant upset.
A 6-4, 6-3 victory for the 48th-ranked Spaniard over the 1st-ranked Ashleigh Barty at Ariake Tennis Park’s Centre Court.
Barty was struggling to keep up with Sara Sorribes Tormo’s looping shots because of her slow feet.
Barty was making some uncharacteristically bad shot selections and her forehand wasn’t working.
Barty had never lost a set at the All England Club in seven previous attempts, and although fending off two set points with backhand winners that caught the line, she ultimately fell in the opening set.
So the 25-year-old Australian, who has won a WTA-high 35 matches and four titles this season.
Will have to aim to win a medal in the doubles competition with partner Storm Sanders, where they are the No. 6 seeds.
S. Sorribes Tormo of Spain is experiencing a genuine case of the chills. On Sunday, the world No. 48 made her Olympic Tennis Event debut to remember by shocking No. 1 Ashleigh Barty in straight sets.
Ending the two-time Grand Slam champion’s chances of winning Olympic singles gold in a surprising early fashion.