Despite her young age, Dalma has already several outstanding international tennis achievements. At the age of 14 she was already placed first in the European Rankings and from the age of 15, she only competed in the 18 year old category. In 2015, she won the Junior Girls’ Doubles Tournament in Wimbledon alongside Fanny Stollár, writing sports history in the process, as it was the first time that both members of the winning duo were Hungarian at a Grand Slam tournament. In the same year, Dalma won the Hungarian Championship for Adults in singles, and the Junior Girl’s Singles Tournament at the US Open. As a result of her success, she became number 1 in world junior rankings on the 14th of September, 2015 and led it until the end of the year. Her best adult tournament result came at the end of November, 2016, when she placed second at the prestigious tournament in Tokyo.
Date of Birth: 13 August, 1998.
Coach: Levente Barátosi
Competition: ITF Juniors, WTA
Preferred court: Hard
Plays: Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
Achievements: The World Junior Girls’ Champion of 2015 based on the decision of the International Tennis Federation. In 2016, she was named the 15th most valuable sportsman by the Hungarian edition of Forbes Magazine.