Finished her collegiate career at University of Virginia in 2016, where she was the top-ranked collegiate player.
Made her WTA tour main-draw debut as a wildcard at the 2014 US Open in Arthur Ashe Stadium where she forced second seed Simona Halep to a third setter in the first round.
Turned fully professional in 2016 where she won 4 singles titles during her time on the ITF Circuit.
Reached the semifinals of the Australian Open in 2019.
Recorded her best doubles finish at Wimbledon when she reached the quarterfinals with doubles specialist Bethanie Mattek-Sands.
Employs a highly aggressive playing style that has been described as “fearless”, “ferocious” and “fun to watch”.
Favorite surface is hard court.
Born Danielle Rose Collins on December 13, 1993 in St. Petersburg, FL. Parents; Walter and Kathy. Brother; Joel. The Florida native started playing tennis at the age of 3. After graduating high school her junior ranking was good enough to get her a scholarship to the University of Florida. She transferred to University of Virginia after her freshman year where she won NCAA singles titles in her sophomore and senior years. Graduated from UVA with a bachelor’s degree in media studies and business. Enjoys going to the beach, fishing and running.