0 WTA, 0 ITF
| Blainville, Quebec, Canada|
January 12, 1999 (age 18)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada (1999-01-12)
Left-handed (two-handed backhand)
No. 619 (July 11, 2016)
Bianca Andreescu, Françoise Abanda, Felix Auger Aliassime, Katie Swan, Eugenie Bouchard
Charlotte Robillard-Millette (born January 12, 1999) is a Canadian junior tennis player. She reached a career high WTA singles ranking of No. 619 on July 11, 2016 and a career high WTA doubles ranking of No. 279 on February 20, 2017. She achieved her best junior ranking of No. 4 on June 1, 2015.
Charlotte Robillard-Millette Wikipedia
Robillard-Millette started playing tennis at age 4, inspired by her big brother. She has been a member of Tennis Canada's National Training Centre in Montreal since the fall of 2013.
In October 2013, Robillard-Millette won her first junior title in doubles at the G5 in Burlington. A week later, she made her professional debut at the ITF 50K in Toronto where she was defeated in the qualifying second round in singles and the quarterfinals in doubles. In December 2013, she won the Orange Bowl in the U16 category with a three-set win over Alexis Nelson in the final.
In May 2014, Robillard-Millette captured her first junior singles title when she defeated Júlia Payola at the G4 in Budapest. In August 2014 at the ITF $25,000 in Winnipeg, she made it to the quarterfinals in singles and doubles. She won her second junior doubles title in October 2014 at the GB1 in Tulsa. Also in October 2014, Robillard-Millette reached the quarterfinals of the doubles event at the 50K in Saguenay.
In January at the junior Australian Open, her first Grand Slam, Robillard-Millette reached the quarterfinals in singles where she was defeated by eventual winner Tereza Mihalíková. She was eliminated in the first round in doubles. In February, she was selected to represent Canada in the World Group first round tie against Czech Republic. In April, she won back-to-back ITF junior singles titles, respectively at the G2 in Istres and at the G1 in Beaulieu-sur-Mer. At the junior French Open in May, Robillard-Millette reached the third round in singles and the second round in doubles. At the junior event of Wimbledon, she made it to the second round in both singles and doubles. In July at the ITF 50K in Granby, Robillard-Millette scored an upset when she defeated World No. 224 Amandine Hesse to reach the quarterfinals. She was defeated by World No. 194 Stéphanie Foretz in the next round. At the junior US Open in September, she made it to the second round in singles but was forced to withdraw with an abdominal injury. In October at the 50K Challenger Banque Nationale de Saguenay, she defeated World No. 176 Shahar Pe'er in the second round, her biggest win so far, but lost to Maria Sanchez in the quarterfinals.
In January at the junior Australian Open, Robillard-Millette lost in the opening round in singles and in the quarterfinals in doubles. In April, she made her Fed Cup debut playing doubles with Sharon Fichman in the World Group II Play-offs. At the junior French Open in May, she lost in the first round in singles and in the second round in doubles. Robillard-Millette was defeated in the second round in both singles and doubles at Wimbledon. In July at the ITF 25K in Winnipeg, she reached the first professional doubles final of her career with compatriot Marie-Alexandre Leduc. They were defeated by Francesca Di Lorenzo and Ronit Yurovsky. Robillard-Millette captured in August her first professional doubles title with fellow Canadian Bianca Andreescu in Gatineau. In October, she reached the quarterfinals in singles and the final in doubles at the ITF 50K in Saguenay. She advanced to the semifinals in doubles at the ITF 50K Tevlin Women's Challenger in November.
In January, Robillard-Millette reached the final of the ITF 15K in Petit-Bourg with Emilie Francati. In February, she was selected to represent Canada at the Fed Cup Americas Zone Group I with Bianca Andreescu, Katherine Sebov and Carol Zhao. She helped Canada reach the World Group II playoffs with a 3–1 overall record.
Robillard-Millette's win-loss record (0–3, 0%) against players who were ranked world no. 100 or higher when played is as follows: Zhang Shuai 0–1
Tatjana Maria 0–1
Mariana Duque 0–1
*Statistics as of July 23, 2016