Oceane Dodin is a French professional tennis player, who has a career-high WTA singles ranking of world No 46, achieved on June 12, 2017. She has won one singles title on the WTA Tour – the 2016 Coupe Banque Nationale. In addition, she has won ten singles titles on the ITF Circuit.
Oceane Dodin was born on October 24, 1996, in Lille, France. She started playing tennis at an early age. In 2008 she was the runner-up of the Tournoi International Des Jeunes Top 10/12, while in 2010 won the J2 Sanxenxo \ Sanxenxo International Junior Tournament in Spain and ITF Rushbrooke Junior International in Ireland.
Oceane Dodin debuted in professional tennis in 2011. She took part at the ITF in July at the $10,000 Valladolid but reached only the second round. Later the same year she took part at the $25,000 Les Contamines and $25,000 Clermont-Ferrand but was eliminated in the first round.
In 2012, she continue playing in the ITF tour and gaining experience. In March, she reached the semi-finals of $10,000 Bron and the quarter-finals of $10,000 Dijon.
Oceane Dodin won her first ITF title in April 2013 at $10,000 Les Franqueses Del Valles. She improved her gameplay and gained some self-confidence.
In 2014, Oceane Dodin made a great season, winning the trophies at the $10,000 Antalya (Turkey), $10,000 W15 Amarante (Portugal), $25,000 W60 Shrewsbury (Great Britain), and $25,000 Zawada (Poland). She was also the runner-up at the $10,000 Valladolid (Spain) and $100,000 Poitiers (France).
Oceane Dodin debuted in the WTA and Grand Slam in 2015. She reached the second round of the Australian Open (losing from Karolina Pliskova). In May, she debuted in the WTA at the WTA 250 Internationaux de Strasbourg (France) but lost in the first round. Later the same month, she played at the French Open / Roland Garros, but again was defeated in the first round. By the end of the year, she made several attempts in the WTA and the ITF and won the title at the $25,000 W60 Shrewsbury (Great Britain).
In 2016, Oceane Dodin recorded another fantastic season. In the months, she reached semi-finals of the $50,000 W60 Andrezieux-Boutheon (France), $25,000 W25 Altenkirchen (Germany), the $25,000 Puebla (Mexico), and the $50,000 W60 Croissy-Beaubourg (France) as well as the quarter-finals of the $50,000 Kreuzlingen (Switzerland). She took part at the WTA 500 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Stuttgart (Germany) and the WTA 250 Livesport Prague Open (Czech Republic). During the Summer, she reached the finals of the $100,000 W100 Contrexeville (France) and W25 Koksijde (Belgium). In August 2016, she won $25,000 Barcelona. A month later, she reached her biggest success til won, winning the WTA 250 Coupe Banque Nationale présentée par Mazda – Laval University’s PEPS in Quebec City (Canada). By the end of the year, she won another ITF title at the $100,000 Poitiers (France). This success threw her into the WTA Top 100 and she ended the year as No 74 (highest reached No 69).
Oceane Dodin continues her good performance in 2017. She reached the second round of the Australian Open, the quarter-finals of the WTA 250 Hungarian Ladies Open, the third round of the WTA 1000 Mutua Madrid Open, semi-finals of the $100,000 W100 Surbiton, semi-finals of the WTA 250 Citi Open in Washington (USA), and the second round of the US Open. In the middle of the year she reached her top position of WTA of No 46.
Oceane Dodin turned her calendar in 2018 almost entirely to the WTA tour. However, did not record something significant. She was eliminated on the first round of the Australian Open and reached the second round of the WTA 1000 Miami Open. Her ranking slid to No 313 and she ended the year at No 306.
In 2019, Oceane Dodin returned to the ITF tournaments. She won $25,000 W25+H Cherbourg-en-Cotentin (France) and was runner-up at the $25,000 W25 Corroios-Seixal (Portugal), $25,000 W25 Koksijde (Belgium), and $25,000 W25 St. Etienne (France). Her WTA ranking improved and she ended the year at No 162.
In 2020, Oceane Dodin won another two trophies at the ITF – $25,000 W25 Macon (France) and $25,000 W25 Reims (France). At the end of the year, she reached the quarter-finals of the WTA 250 Upper Austria Ladies Linz.