A Sydney native, Alexandra began her tennis journey at age 12. A late start to the game did not deter her from succeeding so far in her career. Alexandra is currently competing professionally and has a WTA ranking of 626 in singles and 589 in doubles. Alexandra attended Arizona State University (ASU) as a scholarship Division 1 NCAA Student-Athlete from 2014-2017. She was a decorated collegiate athlete both on and off the court. Competing in the Pac-12 Conference where she won the Pac-12 Doubles Championships in 2016, the first team in ASU history to do so, the same year becoming an All-American. In her final year of college she was awarded the prestigious Bill Kajikawa female student athlete of the year award. Alexandra Graduated from ASU with an undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Business Management, Certificate in Leadership and Ethics followed by a Masters in Sports Law and Business from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at ASU. While completing her Masters at ASU Alexandra worked as a Graduate-Assistant for Sun Devil Athletics, had an internship with the men’s and women’s tennis team’s media relations departments continued training full time all while completing her Master’s degree. After graduating in May 2018 she relocated to Lafayette Louisiana and joined the pro tour and has since been competing on it. Towards the end of 2019 Alexandra underwent a back surgery for a herniated disc. Coming back in 2020 to compete on the tour.
With the help of Minerva, she hopes to use her skills both from the court and her studies to explore her possible future career opportunities. Throughout COVID she has aided in starting a non-profit called RALLY4EVER. A foundation providing free exercise classes to help the mental health and wellbeing of the community.