|Plays||Right-handed (two-handed backhand)|
|Tournament Entry Ranking||53|
|Highest Singles Ranking||29, May 2006|
|Career Singles Titles||1|
A strong 2010 has Arvidsson looking to break the top 50 again. She was a finalist at Memphis (beating Vania King and Melanie Oudin along the way before being stopped by Maria Sharapova. Memphis was a tournament she previously won in 2006. There was quarterfinal efforts at Strasbourg and Quebec City and some very good results in ITF tournaments too.
She claimed the title at the US$100,000 tournament at Poitiers, France and at a US$25,000 event at Ystad, Sweden while being a finalist at the US$100,000 Bronx Challenger.
Arvidsson qualified for both the Australian Open and Miami early in 2010 reaching the second round of each.
Previous top results for Arvidsson included a finals finish at Quebec City in 2005 and a semifinal appearance at Stockholm in 2006.
Arvidsson is coached by former Swedish ATP pro, by Lars Wahlgren who has been a regular visitor to Auckland as a player and coach over the years. Her idol when growing up was hockey player Eric Lindros and she admires former Swedish ATP players Jonas Bjorkman and Thomas Johansson.