She became the first player to complete the calendar-year Golden Slam in wheelchair tennis, winning all four Grand Slam singles titles and the Paralympic gold medal in Tokyo in 2021. She achieved the feat at the US Open, just hours ahead of Australia’s Dylan Alcott who completed the men’s version in the singles quads division. In a dominant year, she also won the Paralympic women's doubles gold medal and three Grand Slam doubles titles – the Australian, French and US Open. In Tokyo, she did not drop a set in either Paralympic competition. Aged 25, she is the world No.1 in both singles and doubles and is a 24-time Grand Slam champion, having won 12 titles in both singles and doubles.