Career Accolades

  • Pac-12 champion (2023)
  • Pac-12 Tournament champion (2023)

As a Freshman (2022-23) • Pac-12 Champions • Pac-12 Tournament Champions

  • Finished the season 25-9 overall in singles, including a 15-6 mark in dual matches
  • Ranked 73rd in the nation to end the year in singles, while ranking 13th in the final doubles rankings with partner Angelica Blake
  • Ended the dual match season on a six match win streak, with three of those wins in three sets
  • Tallied a team-high seven three-set victories, going 7-4 in matches that went the distance
  • Advanced to the semifinals of the ITA Northwest Regionals in singles
  • Went 9-4 against Pac-12 opponents and earned four ranked wins
    • Went 3-0 in singles in the NCAA Tournament
    • Highest ranked win came against No. 50 Jessica Alsola of California
  • Clinched three matches: UC Davis (Jan. 19), UCLA (March 26) and Arizona (March 31)
  • Qualified for the NCAA Doubles Championship with Blake, losing in the first round

Prior to Stanford

  • Ranked as high as No. 4 nationally by Tennis Recruiting and as high as No. 1 by USTA
  • Career-high ranking of 774th in the world by the WTA and 25th in the ITF junior rankings
  • Indian Wells (Easter Bowl) junior singles champion in 2022, finishing as runner-up in doubles
  • Semifinalist at 2022 International Open of San Diego
  • Has played in 11 women's pro tournaments in singles, with a semifinal finish at the W25 Orlando in 2022
  • Best singles performance at a Grand Slam was the Round of 16 at the 2021 U.S. Open
  • Quarterfinalist in doubles at the 2022 Australian Open
  • Youngest player to ever win the girls' 18s USTA Florida "Bobby Curtis" Junior State Singles Championship, doing so at the age of 13
  • USTA Level 2 national champion at the 12s, 14s and 16s levels
  • USTA 14s Gold Ball recipient for clay court doubles
  • Competed in all four Grand Slams in both singles and doubles by the age of 17
  • Practiced with Venus Williams prior to competing at Wimbledon in 2022
  • Won a gold medal in singles and doubles with Team USA at the Maccabiah Games in Israel the summer of 2022.


  • Daughter of Lyana Blokhina and Oleg Blokhin
  • Has a younger brother, Nathan
  • Born in Redwood City, California and moved to Miami, Florida at the age of 10 to play tennis where family currently resides
  • Enjoys horseback riding and volunteering at the local animal rescue shelter