About Kim Couts
Originally from New Jersey, Couts and her mother moved to Bradenton after deciding that the lack of favorable weather and usable tennis courts were hindering her growth as a tennis player. Couts became one of the top juniors in the world, playing in all of the junior Grand Slams. In 2006, she officially turned pro, reaching a career-high ranking of 259 in singles and 157 in doubles, including a win against former world No. 1 doubles player Sam Stosur and a partner.
- Graduated from Laurel Springs High School in Ojai, CA
- Professional Tennis Player (turned pro in 2006)
- Career high ranking of #259 in singles and #157 in doubles
- As a junior was ranked as high as #35 in the world and was a member of the US Junior Ged Cup Team in Barcelona, Spain.
- Winner of 1 ITA Women's Singles Title
- Winner of 6 ITF Women's Doubles Titles
- Winner of Girls 18s Singles at the Easter Bowl in 2006