Casey Dellacqua's partner, Amanda, is pregnant for the second time. 'I truly have all I could have wished for this christmas BUT we do have a little more on the way. Amanda is pregnant again so bubba number 2 will be arriving in May 2016 👩👩👦 + 👶 we are so excited to meet our next bundle of joy!!! ❤️' - Dellacqua wrote on Instagram.
Dellacqua's best singles results to date have been semi-finals appearances at the 2012 Texas Tennis Open and 2014 Aegon Classic, quarter-finals at the 2014 BNP Paribas Open and fourth round appearances at the 2008 Australian Open, 2014 Australian Open and the 2014 US Open.
I truly have all I could have wished for this christmas BUT we do have a little more on the way 🍼 Amanda is pregnant again so bubba number 2 will be arriving in May 2016 👩👩👦 + 👶 we are so excited to meet our next bundle of joy!!! ❤️ #ilovemyfamilysoooooomuch #grateful #halfway #boyorgirl @ajay_444
Dellacqua's career highlights however, have all come in doubles. To date, she has won four WTA doubles titles and one Grand Slam mixed doubles title at the 2011 French Open. While she is yet to win a Grand Slam title in women's doubles, she has reached the finals of all four Grand Slam events in this discipline, finishing as the runner-up at the 2008 French Open with Italian Francesca Schiavone and 2013 Australian Open, 2013 Wimbledon Championships and 2013 US Open with compatriot, Ashleigh Barty.
Dellacqua won her biggest title to date at the Premier Mandatory 2015 Mutua Madrid Open winning the title with Yaroslava Shvedova. Dellacqua achieved her career high singles ranking of No. 26 in September 2014, and career high doubles ranking of No.
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