ITF - W100 Figueira Da Foz 07/23 09:00 - Jessika Ponchet vs Margaux Rouvroy View


ITF - W100 Vitoria-Gasteiz 07/20 10:20 28 [231] Victoria Jimenez Kasintseva v Jessika Ponchet [131] 6-2,6-2
ITF - W100 Vitoria-Gasteiz 07/19 17:05 27 [250] Justina Mikulskyte v Jessika Ponchet [131] 4-6,5-7
ITF - W100 Vitoria-Gasteiz 07/18 13:30 26 Zarina Diyas v Jessika Ponchet 1-6,4-6
ITF - W100 Vitoria-Gasteiz 07/17 09:25 25 Laura Mair v Jessika Ponchet 5-7,1-6
Wimbledon - ženy 06/25 12:35 14 [162] Alexandra Eala v Jessika Ponchet [133] 7-6,6-4
ITF - W100 Ilkley 06/22 10:00 29 [144] Rebecca Marino v Jessika Ponchet [143] 4-6,6-1,6-4
ITF - W100 Ilkley 06/21 12:05 28 [152] Elsa Jacquemot v Jessika Ponchet [143] 3-6,6-3,3-6
ITF - W100 Ilkley 06/20 14:40 27 [389] Ella Mcdonald v Jessika Ponchet [143] 5-7,1-6
ITF - W100 Ilkley 06/20 10:55 26 [143] Jessika Ponchet v Amarni Banks [268] 4-6,6-3,6-4
ITF - W100 Ilkley 06/19 10:50 25 [174] Kateryna Baindl v Jessika Ponchet [143] 2-6,3-6
WTA - Hertogenbosch 06/11 09:00 25 [400] Aleksandra Krunic v Jessika Ponchet [147] 4-6,6-2,6-1
WTA - Hertogenbosch 06/09 10:15 19 [137] Taylah Preston v Jessika Ponchet [147] 7-6,6-7,4-6

Wikipedia - Jessika Ponchet

Jessika Ponchet (born 26 September 1996) is a French professional tennis player. She has career-high WTA rankings of 119 in singles, achieved on 8 May 2023, and 101 in doubles, achieved on 28 November 2022.


Ponchet did not play any ITF Junior Circuit tournaments, plunging straight into the ITF Women's Circuit at the age of 14.


Ponchet played the singles events of four tournaments and the doubles event of one tournament on the 2011 ITF Circuit, starting with a $100k tournament held in early July in the French city of Biarritz. She played a total of 11 and 18 ITF tournaments in 2012 and 2013, respectively.


Ponchet played a total of 17 tournaments on the ITF Circuit in 2014. She suffered a major setback when torn knee ligaments forced her to miss tournaments in the first eight months of 2015. She played the singles events of seven tournaments and the doubles event of one tournament on the 2015 ITF Circuit.

In 2016, Ponchet played a total of 22 tournaments on the ITF Circuit in the 2016 season.

2017: Grand Slam qualifying debut

She made her major singles qualifying debut at the French Open, after receiving a qualifying wildcard; however, after defeating Dalma Gálfi (the 2015 ITF World Champion in the girls' combined category), she lost to fourth seed, Richèl Hogenkamp, in the second round.

Ponchet made her WTA 125 debut at the Open de Limoges, entering only its singles event. She received a wildcard for the main draw, where she defeated her compatriot, Chloé Paquet, in the first round and lost to the No. 7 seed, Kaia Kanepi, in the second.

Ponchet finished 2017 with a final win–loss record of 42–24 for singles matches.

2018–2019: Grand Slam main draw debut

She made her Grand Slam singles debut at the Australian Open, after receiving a wildcard for the main draw, where she lost in the first round to the No. 3 seed Garbiñe Muguruza. Prior to the Australian Open, Ponchet had in her entire career played in the singles main-draw event of just one tournament that was at a higher level than the ITF Women's Circuit (the 2017 Open de Limoges) and had never even faced a player ranked in the top 100 of WTA singles rankings.

Ponchet made her French Open debut, after receiving a wildcard for the singles main draw, where she lost in the first round to the unseeded Lucie Šafářová, in straight sets.

At the 2019 Australian Open, Ponchet reached the singles main draw where she lost in the first round to 19th-seeded Caroline Garcia, after winning all her three qualifying matches without dropping a set.

On 9 April 2019, in her first-round match at the $25k tournament in Sunderland, Ponchet was leading Tara Moore 6–0, 5–0 and had a match point to achieve a double bagel, but Moore staged a comeback to win 0–6, 7–6, 6–3.

2023–2024: Top 125 debut

She received wildcards for the 2023 French Open for the singles main draw, and in doubles partnering Elixane Lechemia.

She entered the 2023 Guangzhou Open main draw as a lucky loser but lost to qualifier Moyuka Uchijima.

She qualified for the 2024 Libéma Open but lost to Aleksandra Krunić in the first round.