|Age||28 (15 Jul 1989)|
|Height||5' 11" (1.81 m)|
|Career Prize Money||$2,491,449|
|YTD Prize Money||$12,195|
|Current Singles Ranking||Current Doubles Ranking|
Coached by Julian Vespan ... Began playing tennis at age 4; coached by mother for first nine years ... Mother, Natalia Levina, is a biologist (isn't working now); father, Mikhail Kleybanov, worked for Institute of Steel and Alloys, now works for a chemical company; grandmother, Zhanna Kleybanova, stays at home and takes care of everyone ... Favorite surface is grass; favorite shots are serve and backhand ... Favorite city is Moscow; favorite tournament is Australian Open ... Enjoys reading, going on her laptop and watching TV and movies with her family when home ... When young was told she played aggressively like Monica Seles (proud of the comparison) ... Goal is to improve and become one of the top players in the world.
Winner (2): 2010 - Kuala Lumpur, Seoul.
Finalist (1): 2010 - Bali.
Winner (5): 2011 - Brisbane (w/Pavlyuchenkova), Oeiras (w/Voskoboeva); 2009 - Fès (w/Makarova), Budapest (w/Niculescu), Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (w/Schiavone).
Finalist (1): 2008 - Fès (w/Makarova).
Russian Fed Cup Team, 2009-10, 2013.
2015 - Missed first 10 months of season; played three ITF Circuit events in November (winning one singles title); withdrew from US Open w/right shoulder injury.
2014 - Best results in first half of season were QF at Stuttgart (l. to Jankovic) and 4r at Indian Wells (l. to Stephens); also reached 3r once and 2r once; fell 1r four times (incl. Roland Garros and Wimbledon) and in qualifying four times (incl. Australian Open); did not play after Wimbledon.
2013 - Played three ITF Circuit events between May and July (won one singles title and 14 of 16 matches); returned to WTA-level competition in August, playing four events from then through end of season - QF once (Moscow), 2r twice (Cincinnati and US Open) and 1r once (Toronto); also played in Fed Cup final.
2012 - Played one event at Miami, reaching 2r (as WC).
2011 - Strong start to season, reaching one SF at Sydney (l. to Clijsters) and two QFs at Dubai and Estoril; reached 4r once and 2r six times (incl. Australian Open); fell 1r twice; made Top 20 debut on February 21 (after Dubai; rose from No.22 to No.20); also won two WTA doubles titles; missed two months from mid-May to mid-July w/illness (withdrew from Roland Garros, Eastbourne, Wimbledon and Budapest) then, on July 15, revealed she was suffering from Hodgkin's lymphoma and withdrew from all events rest of season (incl. US Open).
2010 - Second Top 30 season; won first two WTA titles at Kuala Lumpur (d. Dementieva in final) and Seoul (d. Zakopalova in final); runner-up at Bali (l. to Ivanovic in final); QF three times at Indian Wells, San Diego and Moscow; reached 3r three times (Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon) and 2r eight times (incl. US Open); fell 1r eight times; made doubles Top 10 debut on February 1 (after Australian Open; rose from No.13 to No.10).
2009 - First Top 30 season; SF three times at Fès (l. to Makarova), Toronto (l. to Sharapova) and Moscow (l. to Govortsova); QF at Budapest; reached 4r twice (incl. Australian Open), 3r three times and 2r nine times (incl. Wimbledon and Seoul - l. to Date Krumm 46 76(4) 63; led 64 52 w/mp at 64 53); fell 1r six times (incl. other two majors); won first three WTA doubles titles.
2008 - Breakthrough first Top 100 season (finishing No.33); QF three times at Antwerp, Fès and Eastbourne; reached 4r once (Wimbledon), 3r once and 2r six times (incl. other three majors); fell 1r five times and in qualifying three times; made Top 100 debut on February 18 (after Antwerp; rose from No.106 to No.82) and Top 50 debut on June 9 (after Roland Garros; rose from No.54 to No.46); won two singles titles and one doubles title on ITF Circuit.
2007 - Fell in WTA qualifying once; won three singles titles and seven doubles titles on ITF Circuit.
2006 - Fell 1r twice and in qualifying three times (incl. US Open); won one singles title and two doubles titles on ITF Circuit.
2005 - Fell 1r once and in qualifying twice; won three singles titles on ITF Circuit.
2004 - Played first WTA main draw at Indian Wells, reaching 2r (as WC); fell in qualifying once; won two doubles titles on ITF Circuit.
2003 - Played first events of career on ITF Circuit, winning one singles title.