Jade Windley

YST Jade Windley


Jade has won 19 professional tennis titles and has proudly represented Great Britain throughout her career. In 2013, Jade achieved her lifelong dream of competing in the main draw of The Championships, Wimbledon.

Growing up, Jade balanced her school work alongside her tennis training; this developed independence and discipline from a young age. Whilst at school, Jade became British Junior number 1 and won a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Youth Games in India. After having achieved 11 GCSE’s and 3 A Levels, Jade made the decision to become a full-time professional tennis player.

During her professional career, Jade suffered two separate serious injuries; one of which almost ended her chance of playing the sport she loved. However, through hard work, determination and a great team around her, Jade overcame these challenging times and managed to compete amongst the best players in the world at the highest events, including her childhood dream of Wimbledon. Jade is currently enjoying coaching tennis and imparting her knowledge and experience of the game to players of all ages and abilities.

Sporting Achievements:

  • 19 professional titles
  • former British number 5.