Olivia Weaver cemented her position inside the world's top ten over last year and is part of the strongest American quartet the sport has ever seen. The young star made the quarter finals of the Nash Cup in 2018, only the third main draw she had ever made. She then won the Rhode Island Open, before making the quarters of both the Monte-Carlo Classic and London Open.
The 2019 British Open saw Weaver make it to the second round, her best performance in a platinum event to date, and in doing so, she broke into the top 40 in the world for the first time in her career.
The American started the 2022-2023 season with back-to-back quarter final appearances, doing so at the South Western Women’s Open and the Egyptian Open. She also made it to the last eight of the Grasshopper Cup, before finishing the year with a runner-up finish at the Malaysian Open Championships, where she lost out to Belgium’s Nele Gilis.
Weaver reached three finals in the latter part of the 2022-2023 campaign, winning two titles. She finished runner-up at the Carol Weymuller Open, before taking victory at both the DAC Pro Classic and the Chestnut Hill Classic. The wins helped her to a career-high of world no.7 in March of 2023 and she has become a consistent member of the world’s top ten.