Tiffany William - Professional Tennis Player



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Tiffany is a highly motivated, determined and conscientious professional tennis player . She is an outstanding athlete and a tough competitor. Her weapons are her serve and forehand. Tiffany started playing tennis at the age of 9. She won the 16 & under Junior National Grand Prix in 2010 at age 15 and a runner-up in the 18 & under equivalent. She represented Great Britain in the 16U European Winter Cup (Belarus). She was ranked No. 1 and No. 2 in Great Britain in the 16 & 18 and under age groups respectively. 

She graduated in December 2015 in Psychology with a double minor in behavioural neuroscience and English at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) where she competed in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division 1 Women’s Tennis Championship. She played no. 1 position for the team and was one of the top performers in Conference USA (C-USA). She helped lead MTSU back into the national International Tennis Association (ITA) poll for only the second time in school history. 

Having graduated in 2015, she decided to join the professional tennis tour and relocated her training base at Brive La Gaillarde, France for the whole of 2016 under the guidance of her then coach Yves Latreille. Circumstances beyond her control however caused her to move back to London at the beginning of 2017 and this has been her base since. From January of 2017 she made infrequent trips up to Huddersfield, UK to train with Matt Smith and Adam Lownsbrough, the latter had coached Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova who is currently ranked in the Top 50. Although without a permanant coach Tiffany is doing the best she can with the resources at her disposal. 

She currently trains at Chandos Tennis Club in East Finchley, London.

She is currently playing on the ITF Tennis Tour.  In addition to this, in 2020 she is looking to play in some WTA Tennis Tournaments also.

Professional Tennis Player
Professional Tennis Player


Professional Tennis Player, ITF Tennis


  • Doubles Winner: $15k in Nairobi, Kenya
  • Doubles Semi-finalist: $25k in Kiryat Shmona, Israel
  • Doubles Semi-finalist: $15k in Stockholm, Sweden
  • Quarterfinalist: $15k in Nairobi, Kenya 
  • Quarterfinalist: $15k in Stockholm, Sweden


  • Doubles Winner: $15k Kiryat Shmona, Israel
  • Winner: British Tour Grade 1 in Penarth, Wales
  • Finalist: $15k in Stockholm, Sweden 
  • Semi-finalist: $15k in Dijon, France beating a Top 600 Ranked Player in the second round
  • Semi-finalist: $15k in Stockholm, Sweden
  • Doubles Semi-finalist: $15k in Stockholm, Sweden 
  • Quarterfinalist: $15k in Dublin, Ireland


  • Winner: British Tour Grade 1 in Bournemouth, UK
  • Doubles finalist: $25k in Lagos, Nigeria
  • Quarterfinalists: $15k in Sunderland, UK beating a Top 500 Ranked Player in first round
  • Quarterfinalist: $15k in Cairo, Egypt beating a Top 500 Ranked Player in the round of 16


  •  Graduated, moved to France for training during which period competed in French Federation (FF) as well as International Tennis Federation ( ITF Tennis ) tournaments


 Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU)  

  • Started off the 2014 season with nine straight victories (Jan. 25-March 7)
  • Awarded Conference USA (C-USA) Athlete of the Month in September 2014
  • Twice named Player of the Week 
  • Named C-USA Newcomer of the Year in 2014
  • Compiled 12 wins against top-notch competition 
  • Selected First Team All-Conference USA
  • Tabbed 2014 first team singles All-Conference USA 
  • Selected to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honour Roll
  • Ranked among the top 65 players in the nation 
  • Earned All-Conference USA First-Team honours


 Auburn University at Montgomery (AUM)  


  • Freshman head to head record 20-4 in singles and 17-9 in doubles
  • Won the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) South Regional in 2012
  • Women’s Single Champion 2012 USTA/ITA National Small College Championships 
  • Earned NAIA All-America Honours in 2012 and 2013
  • Won two NAIA Championships with AUM
  • Two-time first-team All-Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC)
  • Awarded SSAC Women’s Tennis Player of the Week
  • Finished the spring 21-2 in singles play and 21-4 in doubles competition
  • Named All-Conference and NAIA Rookie of the Year
  • Transferred to MTSU, NCAA Division 1 Conference

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