Gabby has been training for the past couple of years mostly at Woodfield Country Club with former WTA player and coach Ansley Cargill-Gusky, alongside her father Marc Price.
John McEnroe personally selected Gabby for his Academy and organized for her to play against Martina Hingis in front of more than 2,500 people (including Serena Williams) and has always spoken highly of her.
Gabby was also selected to play against Novak Djokovic at the Arthur Ashe Stadium during the US Open on Kids’ Day.
At 11 years of age, Gabby participated in the annual BNP Paribas World Tennis Day Celebration at Madison Square Garden. The event, which included Monica Seles, Serena Williams and Roger Federer, saw Gabby take on Coco Gauff prior to the exhibition match that pitched Seles against Sabatini.
The same year, Gabby won the ITF Easter Bowl in Indian Wells in the U12 event. She also reached the semi-finals of the U18 tournament when she was 14.
Gabby is no stranger to the media spotlight. She had 4.2 million views on YouTube for a feature Radical Media did on her when she was 9. It was screened in the “Prodigy” series.
In 2016, the Bleacher Report celebrated her potential in a feature entitled “Gabriella Price: The Next Great Tennis Star”.
Gabby was a special guest in spring 2019 on Dana White’s UFC show promoting the Miami bouts. She fired serve after serve to Dana and his martial arts friends, who were unable to return a single one of them.