French Tennis Star Caroline Garcia Grew Up In Saint-Germain-en-Laye With Her Family

Caroline Garcia is a professional tennis player currently in the top 4 in both the singles and doubles rankings. In September 2018, she reached her career-high singles position of world No. 4.

Garcia, a two-time major champion in doubles, was honored with the 2016 Feb Cup Heart Award as a tribute to her contribution to France reaching its first final in eleven years.

She has played ten singles matches on the WTA Tour, which includes three at the WTA 1000 level: the 2017 Wuhan Open, 2017 China Open, and the 2022 Cincinnati Open.

In May 2016, she, alongside Mladenovic, claimed the Premier Mandatory/Premier-5 doubles title at the Madrid Open. In the same month, she defeated Mirjana Lui-Baroni in the final in straight and won the Internationaux de Strasbourg singles title.

Caroline Garcia Parents: Father Louis Paul & Mother Mary Lene

Caroline Garcia was born to her parents in Lyon, France, on 16 October 1993. She is the daughter of Louis Paul and Marylene Garcia.

Her dad has coached her since her early days. Louis-Paul has stepped back from his coach position and is presently embarking on a managerial role.

Caroline wrote a touching birthday note to her father, Paul, in which she expressed her gratitude for his support through the highs and lows of her life.

Mr. Garcia earned a master’s degree from CPA HEC PARIS and SCPO PARIS. Meanwhile, Caroline’s mom Marylene is a homemaker who has always supported her tennis career.

Last year, Caroline decided to stop being coached by her dad, Louis-Paul, stating that she needed a new strategy if she wanted to win significant championships.

Currently, she is coached by experienced WTA coach Gabriel Urpi and her physiotherapist at the Rafael Nadal Academy. The settlement has been made via the French Open.

“It was my decision, I am more sure of myself, I have more confidence in myself,” she remarked, “It was perhaps the right moment for this evolution. I want to go for big titles.”

How Many Siblings Does Caroline Garcia Have?

Caroline Garcia is said to be a single child of her parents. As per several online records, she doesn’t seem to have any brothers or sisters.

To date, she hasn’t mentioned her siblings in the media. Nevertheless, she might have cousins in her family; however, no family details have been disclosed yet.

Caroline often shares photographs with kids on her IG handle, mentioning them as her family. On 25 October 2019, she shared a lovely image with two little angels and captioned it, “My team for 2020, Let’s work hard, girl.” 

In 2011, Garcia obtained a wild card to the Australian Open, where she defeated Varvara Lepchenko in the opening round to make her WTA tournament main draw debut. In the second round, she was defeated by Ayumi Morita.

She defeated American wild card Shelby Rogers, in the first round of the 2013 US Open thanks to her high ranking, which allowed her direct admission into the main draw.

Caroline defeated former world No. 1 Jelena Janković at the Copa Claro Colsanitas in Bogotá, Colombia, and claimed her first WTA Tour singles title in straight sets.

More Insights on Caroline Garcia Family

Caroline Garcia belongs to a supportive and understanding household. Her parents are proud of her achievements as she recently won the eighth singles championship in the Bad Homburg Open.

Garcia shares a great bond with her mentor, her father. She frequently uploads selfies with him on the photo-sharing platform.

Until now, the mainstream sites haven’t disclosed any details on her ancestry background. No stories about her family have been covered so far now.

Caroline (5 ft 10 in) is an offensive baseliner with reliable, forceful groundstrokes. She can hit numerous clean winners off her forehand, her stronger wing.

Lyon-native Garcia also has a reliable and powerful two-handed backhand. She also boasts excellent first and second serves renowned for their precision.

The tennis star, who served the ninth most aces in 2016, with 218, possesses a strong net game, even though this is less evident in her singles game, as evidenced by her success in doubles.