Alycia Parks’ Parents

Last Modified Jan 17, 2024 17:06 GMT
Alycia Parks
Alycia Parks, Source: Alycia Parks’ Instagram account


Alycia Michelle Parks is an American tennis player who was born on December 31, 2000. She has won one singles and two WTA doubles titles, including the 2023 Lyon Open and the 2023 Cincinnati Open. She is currently ranked No. 82 in singles, and her career-high is No. 40. In doubles, she is currently ranked No. 31, and her career-high is No. 27.



Parks registered her best grand slam performance at the 2024 Australian Open, where she reached the third round, defeating Leylah Fernandez. She registered her first top-5 win of her career at the 2023 Lyon Open, defeating Caroline Garcia in the final.


Parks trained at the USTA training centre in Boca Raton, Florida, USA and played college tennis at the University of Arizona. Parks started her professional tennis journey in 2019 by competing on the ITF junior circuit, winning six singles and three doubles titles.



She made her WTA debut at the 2021 MUSC Health Open, defeating Grace Min in the first round. In her Grand Slam debut, she tied Venus Williams’ record for the fastest serve at the 2021 US Open.


Name Alycia Parks
Net Worth$600,000
Age 23
Nationality American
Residence Port St Lucie, Florida, USA
Marital StatusSingle
Children None
Source of WealthTennis and endorsements
Prize Money$1,195,301
EndorsementsAsics and Dunlop


Who is Alycia Parks' father?


Alycia Parks
Alycia Parks, Source: Alycia Parks’ Instagram account


Michael Parks, Alycia Parks' father, was a professional basketball player. After seeing her daughter’s tennis talent, he decided to help her train professionally and achieve her dream.


Michael was involved in a controversial incident during her daughter's match. The controversy took place at an ITF tournament in Las Vegas.


In the event, Alycia's opponent Katherine Sebov squeezed her daughter's thumb during the handshake after the match. She also pushed Alycia twice before the court officials intervened. This is where Michael got involved in the situation.


Who is Alycia Parks' mother?


Alycia Parks
Alycia Parks, Source: Alycia Parks’ Instagram account


Alycia Parks' mother is Erica Parks. According to online sources, Erica Parks is a fashion designer by profession. In an interview, Alycia shared that her mother was the first to notice her tennis game. She said she was playing tennis with her sister at the tennis court in her neighborhood and after watching her play, she called her father and informed him about the news. She added that her parents are the biggest inspiration for her tennis career.


What nationality are Alycia Parks' parents?

Both Alycia Parks' parents, Michael Parks and Erica Parks, are of American descent.


How old are Alycia Parks' parents?

No information about Alycia Parks' parent's age is available.


Alycia Parks' parent's family

No information about Alycia Parks' parents' family is available.


Are Alycia Parks' parents still married?

Yes, Alycia Parks's parents are still married and live together with their children in St Port Lucie, Florida, USA.


Alycia Parks' sister

Alycia Parks's sister is Mikayla Parks. She is 17 months older than her sister Alycia Parks and is an entrepreneur and a businesswoman. The two played tennis at the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy in Florida, USA. Alycia helped her sister launch her clothing line, which sells fashionable and athletic clothing.


Alycia Parks' coach

Alycia Parks' coach is Rick Macci. He is a professional tennis player from America. Rick was the youngest player in the USTA Hall of Fame and has trained prominent players like Andy Roddick, Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams, Jennifer Capriati and Venus Williams.


FAQs

A. Alycia Parks is currently single and focused on her tennis career.

A. Alycia Parks is from Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

A. Alycia Parks turned pro in 2018.

A. Rick Macci is the current coach of Alycia Parks. In her childhood, she was trained by her father, Michael Parks.

A. Alycia Parks has won $1,195,301 in prize money in her tennis career.

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