The 2019 and 2020 winner of Drottningens Pris, Brenda Fruhvirtova earned the well-deserved title of “Player of the Month” for her outstanding performance on the ITF tour.

The Czech sensation claimed three WTA titles in August, boasting a flawless 15-0 match record and an unprecedented 30-0 record in sets, culminating in her achieving her highest WTA ranking to date at #120. Remarkably, at just 16 years old, Fruhvirtova became the youngest player, male or female, to accumulate double-digit ITF singles titles, totaling an impressive 12 titles. For context, the second youngest player to achieve the most amount of ITF singles titles is Latisha Chan, who won 8 titles. However, she accomplished this at the age of 18. These remarkable statistics leave no doubt as to why this rising star was honored with the ITF World Tennis Tour Player of the Month nomination on September 5th.

Currently ranked at #129 in the world, Fruhvirtova is focused solely on the ITF World Tennis Tour, leaving her junior tour days behind. Her remarkable journey has only just begun, and we eagerly anticipate witnessing Brenda climb even higher in the rankings and break more records!