Trevisan has also won ten singles and two doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit, which is a developmental circuit.
Italian-born professional tennis player Martina Trevisan was born on November 3, 1999. Trevisan is currently ranked as Italy’s top player by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). Her greatest doubles ranking from 2021 is No. 138, and her highest singles ranking is No. 24. In Rabat in 2022, she won her first WTA Tour singles title, and at the French Open, she reached her first major semifinal. Trevisan has also won two doubles titles and ten singles titles on the ITF Women’s Circuit. On that circuit, she had achieved a rating of 57, which was a career high. Trevisan, who competes for Italy in the Billie Jean King Cup, had a 6-3 record as of September (2-2 in singles and 4-1 in doubles).
She made her Grand Slam debut in 2020 at the Australian Open, defeating Eugenie Bouchard, a previous Wimbledon finalist, in the qualifications to get to the main draw before losing in straight sets to eventual champion Sofia Kenin. She does, however, reach the quarterfinal when she doubles with Sara Errani. She defeated Camila Giorgi at the French Open after Giorgi’s injury forced her to retire in the second set. Trevisan defeated Coco Gauff in the second round in three sets to get to her maiden Grand Slam third round. She then defeated 20th seed Maria Sakkari, prevailing in a tie-break after dropping the first set 1-6 and saving two match points in the second. She subsequently won in straight sets over fifth seed Kiki Bertens to go to her maiden Grand Slam quarterfinal, where she was defeated by eventual champion Iga Swiatek.
She competed in doubles with Aleksandra Kruni and reached the Australian Open quarterfinals in 2021 as well. She defeated Claire Liu, a first-time WTA finalist, to win her first title in Rabat in 2022. On May 23, 2022, she rose to No. 59 in the world, breaking into the top 60. Trevisan extended her winning streak to 10 matches before falling to Coco Gauff in the French Open semifinals. To get there, she defeated Leylah Fernandez, the 17th seed, Harriet Dart, Magda Linette, Daria Saville, and Aliaksandra Sasnovich. This was her first Grand Slam semifinal appearance overall. She joined Francesca Schiavone, the 2010 champion, and Sara Errani, the 2012 finalist, as the third Italian women in the Open era to make it to the semifinals at Roland Garros. She competed at the Budapest Grand Prix in July and advanced to the quarterfinals before falling to Anna Bondár in straight sets.
She is the younger sister of former ATP World Tour tennis pro Matteo Trevisan. Her father was a professional football player named Claudio Trevisan. In 2020, she participated in her first Grand Slam tournament at the Australian Open, where she advanced to the main draw by overcoming Eugenie Bouchard, a previous Wimbledon finalist, before falling to eventual champion Sofia Kenin in straight sets. By competing in doubles with Sara Errani, she does, however, make it to the quarterfinals.
Trevisan, 28, is currently married to her longtime boyfriend Marco Parra, and the couple also has a daughter. While Trevisan has been active on social media, posting photos of her happy family, she has been silent on her husband’s profession and details about their relationship in an effort to keep her personal matters private. However, according to reports, Marco is also involved in sports in some capacity.