Danielle Collins

Danielle Collins

WTA Ranking at start:
Highest Ranking Achieved:
WTA Titles Won Together:
Top Ten Wins:


Venus Williams

Monica Puig

Madison Keys

Carla Suarez Navarro

Danielle Collins:

Notable Victories

During the 2018 season, Danielle Collins and Tom Hill were successful against some of the biggest names in the WTA. 



"Under Tom Hill's guidance, Danielle Collins went on to win her first WTA title in Newport Beach, California"

WTA Title:

Newport Beach

In only their fourth event together, Tom helped Danielle win her first WTA title in Newport Beach, California. 


With wins over Marie Bouzkova, Ajla Tomljanovic & Sofya Zhuk, this victory proved to be the start of a great run together. 


They continued this success into the WTA 1000 events in Indian Wells and Miami, where Danielle made the Last 16 and Semi Finals respectively. 


This run of form helped Danielle break into the Top 100 & then the Top 50 for the first time in her career. 

"Under Tom Hill, Collins secures her first Top 10 Victory against Venus Williams"

WTA 1000:

Miami Open

Confident from her first WTA title, Danielle stormed though qualifying to reach the main draw where her winning streak continued with victories over CoCo Vandeweghe, Donna Vekic & Monica Puig.


On beating Venus Williams and reaching the Semi-Final, Danielle moved up 72 ranking spots to crack the Top 50.   


Now ranked 45 in the world, Danielle was set up to start the European clay court swing of the WTA Tour.


Tom Hill & Danielle Collins were to continue on this upward trajectory with Danielle reaching 39 in the world in 2018 when they parted ways. 

Danielle Collins

The Inside Story


Danielle Collins and Tom Hill teamed up together in 2017. Danielle approached Tom, during his time at IMG Academy as a sparring partner, looking for a fresh coaching change and new energy. They began their journey on the WTA Tour in Japan.


Danielle Collins is an exciting and popular American player who is fun to watch. As a College player, she won the accolade of being one of only seven female players to ever win two consecutive NCAA singles titles.


Danielle Collins, originating from Florida, has represented Team USA in the BJK Cup, has two WTA singles titles under her belt, a Grand Slam final appearance in Australia and has also cracked the Top 10.