The milestones keep coming for Brenda Fruhvirtova – last Sunday, she became the youngest player in history to win five titles on the ITF World Tennis Tour.

Aged 15 years, four months and 21 days, Fruhvirtova collected her fifth career title last Sunday – beating Germany’s Luisa Meyer auf der Heide 6–0 6–0 in just 57 minutes in the final at W25 Mogyorod.

That was her fifth title of the year at W25 level, following twin triumphs at W25 Tucuman and victories at W25 Klosters and W25 Danderyd this summer.

With the win, the Drottningens Pris winner of 2019 and 2020 climbed 47 spots in the WTA rankings to a career-high No. 271. Can Fruhvirtova become the first 15-year-old to win six ITF singles titles? 

Don’t miss this year’s edition of Kungens Kanna & Drottningens Pris starting on the 29th of October!