Victoria Mboko (born August 26, 2006 in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States) is a Canadian tennis player. She reached a career-high WTA singles ranking of No. 316 on July 24, 2023 and a career-high WTA doubles ranking of No. 591 on July 31, 2023. She has also reached a career-high ITF junior ranking of No. 6 on December 12, 2022.
In 2019, Mboko won her first ITF junior singles title at the G5 in Bridgetown. She won three ITF singles titles on the junior circuit in 2021 at the G4 in Las Vegas, the G3 in Santo Domingo and the G2 in Tashkent. She also has won four junior doubles titles in 2021, at the G3 in San José, the G3 in Santo Domingo, the G2 in Tashkent and the GA in Mérida. In 2022, she reached the doubles final at the junior Australian Open with compatriot Kayla Cross. Also in 2022, she won her first ITF junior G1 in singles at the tournament in Porto Alegre and advanced to her first professional singles final, losing to Zhu Lin at the ITF W25 in Monastir. She won three junior doubles titles in 2022, at the G1 in Traralgon, the G1 in Porto Alegre and the G1 in Roehampton. At the junior 2022 Wimbledon Championships, Mboko reached the semifinals in singles and the final in doubles again with fellow Canadian Kayla Cross. Also in 2022, Mboko won her first professional singles title at the ITF W25 in Saskatoon. At the junior 2022 US Open, she advanced to the semifinals in singles. In 2023, she won her second ITF singles title with a victory over Emina Bektas at the ITF W60 in Saskatoon.
Mboko was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States to father Cyprien and mother Godee Kitadi. Her mother moved to Montréal in 1999 nine months pregnant with third child David, and eventually earned an accounting degree at the Université de Montréal. In 2000, Cyprien moved to North Carolina where the family eventually settled in 2005 after leaving behind political turmoil in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. They eventually immigrated to Canada in 2006, settling in Toronto, Ontario. Victoria started playing tennis at age 4 after watching her three older siblings Gracia, Kevin and David practice the sport. The family moved to Burlington, Ontario in 2010 so the children could train at the Ace Tennis academy. She is currently part of the National Training Centre in Montréal since 2021.