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Anastasia Myskina

Anastasia Myskina
  • Residence: Moscow, Russia
  • Date of Birth: 08 Jul 1981
  • Birthplace: Moscow, Russia
  • Height: 5' 8 1/2'' (1.74 m)
  • Weight: 130 1/2 lbs. (59 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
  • Status: Pro
  • Pronounced: miss-KEE-nuh

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Anastasia Myskina Biography

Coached by Jens Gerlach since 2002; also Larisa Savchenko ... Represented by International Sports Advisors Company ... Father is Andrey; mother is Galina ... Has a Scottish Setter named Gorde ... Favorite foods include sushi, white sausages and gnocchi ... Hobbies include reading, watching movies and hanging out with friends in Moscow ... Most memorable tennis experiences are winning 2004 Roland Garros, the Kremlin Cup 2003-04 and competing in the 2004 Olympic Games.
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YTD Career
WTA Singles Titles - 10
WTA Doubles Titles - 5
ITF Women's Circuit Singles Titles - 3
ITF Women's Circuit Doubles Titles - 3
Prize Money $0 $5,606,725
W/L - Singles - - - 355 - 191
W/L - Doubles - - - 100 - 92
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Results

FRENCH OPEN

Grand Slam // FRANCE // 27-May-2007 // $8,978,567 // Clay (Outdoor) // Draw: 128M/128Q/64D // Rank: 51 // Seed/Entry: /MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R128 Loss Meghann Shaughnessy (USA) 61 6-1 6-0

WTA Rankings PTS

+2

Prize Money

$18,002
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Rankings

Singles Road to Singapore Doubles
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Career-high Singles Career-high Doubles
13-Sep-2004 (2) 21-Feb-2005 (15)
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JANUARY - Played only match of Australian season at Auckland (as No.2 seed, l. 1r to Dulko in 3s); has since withdrawn from Australian Open w/left toe inflammation.

FEBRUARY - Withdrew from Doha w/left toe inflammation.

MARCH - Withdrew from Indian Wells and Miami w/left toe inflammation.

APRIL - Did not play.

MAY - Withdrew from Berlin and Rome w/left foot injury; made return to Tour at Roland Garros, falling 1r (l. to Shaughnessy 61 60).

JUNE - Withdrew from Eastbourne and Wimbledon w/left foot injury.

JULY - On Monday, July 2, announced that she would be sitting out of the remainder of the season, pulling out of scheduled stops at Toronto, New Haven, US Open, Stuttgart, Moscow and Zurich (w/left foot injury).
1995 - Played first three ITF Circuit events in Russia.

1996 - Played first Tour qualifying at Moscow.

1997 - Won first pro title at ITF/Batumi-GEO (ranked No.762, d. No.514 Dementieva in final).

1998 - Won ITF/Tallinn-EST and reached two other ITF Circuit finals.

1999 - First Top 100 finish; qualified for Tour debut at Tashkent, then again as qualifier won ITF/Gorizia-ITA (d. top seed Montolio in final); at next tournament, reached final of ITF/Orbetello-ITA; in only second Tour main draw, won first Tour title at Palermo (as qualifier, d. Dementieva in SF and Montolio in final); would also qualify for next three Tour events, Knokke-Heist, US Open (Grand Slam debut, reaching 2r and breaking into Top 100 afterwards at No.93) and Moscow (d. No.23 Rubin and stretched No.8 Schett to 3s in 2r).

2000 - Reached second Tour SF at Sopot (d. No.17 Schett in SF for first Top 20 win); qualified for Znrich and reached QF (d. Schnyder and Dementieva); also 3r at Wimbledon (on debut, d. Clijsters), Miami and Birmingham; qualified for Eastbourne and represented Russia at Sydney Olympics, reaching singles 2r.

2001 - Finished at No.59 after falling to No.123 in August; missed Australian Open after undergoing left wrist surgery, returning at Miami; won first singles match in six months over Majoli in Amelia Island 1r; qualified for four Tour events, Rome, New Haven (d. No.13 Coetzer), Bahia (forfeited 2r vs. Nagyova with throat infection) and Linz; as a LL, reached Leipzig QF (d. No.20 Kournikova, her first Tour loss to a fellow Russian, having d. eight different Russians since 1996), l. to eventual runner-up Mag.Maleeva; as WC, reached first Tier I SF in Moscow (d. Mag.Maleeva and Schett for third and fourth Top 20 wins of 2001 en route, l. to compatriot Dementieva 75 third set).

2002 - Began season ranked No.59, qualifying for early events before reaching Doha QF and having breakthrough result in stretching No.2 V.Williams to 3s in QF of Dubai; at Miami served for match vs. No.1 Capriati before falling in 3s; QF again at Amelia Island (l. to V.Williams), Charleston (d. Sßnchez-Vicario) and Rome (scored first Top 10 win over defending champion Dokic); won second career title at Tier II Bahia (d. world No.4 Dokic en route); runner-up at Birmingham, Eastbourne (ranking moved up to No.15) and Leipzig (d. two-time defending champion and world No.8 Clijsters 76 third set, l. to S.Williams); SF at New Haven (d. No.7 Henin and No.8 Hingis, after being one point from 76 51 deficit to win 11 straight games); after US Open took over top Russian ranking for first time; finished season qualifying for season-ending Championships (l. 1r to Dokic), with world No.11 ranking, winning 50 matches (50-28) for second time in her career (1999).

2003 - First Top 10 finish; won four singles titles (joint third for the year with S.Williams) and over $1 million in prize money; titles came at Doha (d. Likhovtseva in first all-Russian final on Tour and debuted in Top 10 after that win on February 17 at No.10), Sarasota (d. Petrova and Dementieva en route), Leipzig (No.1 Clijsters ret. in SF, d. Henin-Hardenne in final, from 63 32 deficit, ending her 22-match win-streak - longest of 2003 - and becoming first player since Austin-1979 Filderstadt to d. Top 2-ranked players at a Tour-only event in Europe), and Moscow (first Tier I win, first Russian to claim the title in eventÆs 10-year history, d. No.2 seed Mauresmo in final); runner-up in Philadelphia (l. to Mauresmo in 3s) to move above Dementieva back to Russian No.1 spot (briefly lost it September 15 to November 2); QF at seven other Tour events, including firsts at Australian and US Opens; qualified for season-ending Championships for second time, d. Sugiyama, but falling to Capriati 75 57 64 and Henin-Hardenne 75 57 75 after being two points from victory on Henin-HardenneÆs serve at 5-4 (match was second-longest in terms of games in the eventÆs 32-year history); split singles rubbers in RussiaÆs 3-2 Fed Cup SF loss to France; first Tour doubles final in Moscow (w/Zvonareva).

2004 - Career-best season highlighted by first Grand Slam title and Top 5 finish (one of three Russians in Top 5 year-end rankings); at Roland Garros, having never advanced past 2r in four previous attempts, d. Kuznetsova 16 64 86 in 4r (saving mp at 5-6 third set, at the time the only Roland Garros champion to recover from mp down after DuPont in 1946 and Court in 1962), V.Williams in QF (first win in three meetings), Capriati in SF (second win in seven meetings), and compatriot Dementieva 61 62 in first all-Russian Grand Slam final, becoming first female Russian Grand Slam singles champion (fifth country to have both finalists after USA, Australia, France and Belgium û crossed $3 million in career earnings following win); first successful title defenses at Doha (d. Kuznetsova in final in 3s) and Moscow (d. Davenport for first time in SF; d. Dementieva in first all-Russian final there); runner-up at San Diego (d. Sharapova in QF, ending her 14-match win streak that included Wimbledon, then Zvonareva 62 67(4) 76(15) in SF after trailing 5-2 in third set, saving 9mp, eight in tie-break, and closing out longest singles third-set tie-break in Tour history on fifth mp, also the longest tie-break this year, falling to Davenport in final); SF at Indian Wells (l. to Henin-Hardenne), MontrTal [Canadian Open] (l. to Likhovtseva in 3s), Sopot (withdrew prior to match vs. Koukalova with right rib strain), Olympics (l. to Henin-Hardenne 75 57 86 after leading 5-1 third set, also falling to Molik in bronze medal play-off), Filderstadt (l. to Davenport) and season-ending Championships (finished top of Red Group after RR phase, d. Dementieva and No.1 Davenport, losing to S.Williams in 3s; qualified for SF, falling to eventual champion Sharapova in 3s for first time in four meetings); reached QF five other times, incl. Australian Open (l. to Clijsters 62 76(9) after leading 5-1 second set); made Top 5 debut at No.5 after Doha on March 8 (first Russian woman in Top 5 since inception of computer rankings in 1975), moved up to No.3 after Roland Garros on June 7, reaching career-high No.2 on September 13, finishing year at No.3; following MontrTal [Canadian Open] (August 9), five Russians ranked Top 10 û Myskina (No.3), Dementieva (No.6), Sharapova (No.8), Zvonareva (No.9) and Kuznetsova (No.10), matching only USA (1980-88; 2001 û November 9, 2003) in Open Era; three Russians in Top 5 for first time on October 18 û Myskina (No.3), Kuznetsova (No.4) and Dementieva (No.5); represented Russia in all four rounds of Fed Cup en route to its first-ever title; went 3-0 in 5-0 Finals victory over France (d. Dechy, Golovin in singles, d. Bartoli/Loit w/Zvonareva in deciding doubles rubber); won first two doubles titles at Bali (w/Sugiyama) and Moscow (swept w/Zvonareva û d. Ruano Pascual/Sußrez in final), also reaching four other SF; at Olympics, l. in 1r of doubles (w/Dementieva); earned career-best $2,115,847 in prize money; withdrew from Miami, Warsaw, and prior to 2r doubles match at Wimbledon with left toe sprain suffered at Indian Wells, from Eastbourne for rest and recovery, from Linz with influenza, and prior to doubles SF at Philadelphia with right shoulder strain.

2005 - Strong second half of season, but first non-Top 10 finish in three years, largely due to disappointing results in first half of season; won consecutive matches just three times in first 10 events, reaching 4r at Australian Open (as No.3 seed, l. to No.19 seed and eventual semifinalist Dechy), SF at Antwerp (l. to V.Williams in 3s) and 4r at Miami (l. to eventual champion Clijsters), also reaching QF at Dubai (l. to Schnyder in 3s); in 10th event of season, became first defending Roland Garros champion in history to lose 1r the next year (and just the third Grand Slam champion overall), falling to Sßnchez Lorenzo in 3s; turned season around afterwards, reaching QF or better at eight of last nine events, winning 10th career Tour singles title at Kolkata (without losing a set; d. Sprem in final), finishing runner-up at Stockholm (l. to Srebotnik in final), reaching SF at Toronto [Canadian Open] (hindered by sprained left ankle during loss to Clijsters) and Znrich (l. to Davenport); reached QF at Eastbourne (l. to qualifier Vinci), Wimbledon after a series of comebacks (d. qualifier Bohmova in 1r after trailing 4-1 second set and 4-2 third set; Jankovic 10-8 third set in 3r after trailing 5-1, having held 3 mp in second set (300th career match win); and Dementieva in 4r after trailing 61 30 and saving 2 mp before winning 16 76(7) 63; l. to Mauresmo in first Wimbledon QF), Filderstadt (l. to Davenport in 3s) and Moscow (as two-time defending champion, l. to Dementieva); also 3r finish at US Open (l. to Likhovtseva 76 third set, having held 5 mp); won third and fourth career Tour doubles titles, at Kolkata (w/Likhovtseva) and Filderstadt (w/Hantuchova), also reached SF at Australian Open (w/Zvonareva); achieved new career-high doubles ranking of No.15 on February 21; was 2-0 in RussiaÆs 4-1 Fed Cup World Group I SF victory over United States (d. Craybas and new Wimbledon champion V.Williams) and 0-2 in 3-2 final victory over France (l. to Mauresmo, Pierce); began season at Hopman Cup, going 3-0 (d. Groenefeld, Dulko, Schiavone); withdrew from Rome due to personal reasons, from New Haven due to left ankle sprain, and from QuTbec City due to right shoulder injury.

2006 - Fifth consecutive Top 20 finish in season highlighted by reaching three finals, at Istanbul (as top seed, l. to No.4 seed Peer 16 63 76(3) in final), Tier II Eastbourne (as No.11 seed, upset No.4 seed Kuznetsova in SF, falling to No.3 seed Henin-Hardenne 46 61 76(5) in final; win over world No.7 Kuznetsova was lone Top 10 win of year) and Stockholm (as top seed, l. to No.3 seed Zheng 64 61 in final); now 10-9 lifetime in Tour singles finals; one-time semifinalist, at Tier I Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (as No.4 seed, l. to No.2 seed and eventual champion Dementieva in 3s); two-time quarterfinalist, at Miami (as No.10 seed, l. to No.4 seed Sharapova) and Wimbledon (as No.9 seed, l. to top seed and eventual champion Mauresmo in 3s; was second straight QF there); 4r three times, at Australian Open (as No.12 seed, l. to No.7 seed Schnyder), Indian Wells (as No.5 seed, upset by No.10 seed Safina) and Roland Garros (as No.10 seed, l. to No.5 seed and eventual champion Henin-Hardenne); 3r once, at Rome (l. to Kuznetsova); 2r three times and 1r five times, incl. US Open (as No.11 seed, stunned by Azarenka); withdrew from Stuttgart, Moscow and Hasselt w/left toe inflammation; year-end No.16 was lowest in five years; won fifth career Tour doubles title at Warsaw (w/Likhovtseva); passed $5 million in career prize money earnings.
SINGLES
Winner (10): 2005 - Kolkata; 2004 - Roland Garros, Doha, Moscow; 2003 - Doha, Sarasota, Leipzig, Moscow; 2002 - Bahia; 1999 - Palermo, ITF/Gorizia-ITA; 1998 - ITF/Tallinn-EST; 1997 - ITF/Batumi-GEO.
Finalist (9): 2006 - Istanbul, Eastbourne, Stockholm; 2005 - Stockholm; 2004 - San Diego; 2003 - Philadelphia; 2002 - Birmingham, Eastbourne, Leipzig.

DOUBLES
Winner (5): 2006 - Warsaw (w/Likhovtseva); 2005 - Kolkata (w/Likhovtseva), Filderstadt (w/Hantuchova); 2004 - Bali (w/Sugiyama), Moscow (w/Zvonareva); 1997 - ITF/Istanbul-TUR, ITF/Tbilisi-GEO, ITF/Batumi-GEO (all w/Dementieva).
Finalist (1): 2003 - Moscow (w/Zvonareva).

ADDITIONAL
Russian Fed Cup Team 1998, 2002-05. Russian Olympic Team 2000, 2004.

Overall Stats

YTD Career
WTA Singles Titles - 10
WTA Doubles Titles - 5
ITF Women's Circuit Singles Titles - 3
ITF Women's Circuit Doubles Titles - 3
Prize Money $0 $5,606,725
W/L - Singles - - - 355 - 191
W/L - Doubles - - - 100 - 92

Grand Slam History

Singles

W/L   2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000
15 / 5 AUSTRALIAN OPEN - 4r 4r QF QF 2r - -
11 / 7 FRENCH OPEN 1r 4r 1r W 2r 1r 1r 1r
18 / 7 WIMBLEDON - QF QF 3r 4r 3r 2r 3r
10 / 8 US OPEN - 1r 3r 2r QF 3r 1r 1r
W/L   1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993
15 / 5 AUSTRALIAN OPEN - - - - - - -
11 / 7 FRENCH OPEN - - - - - - -
18 / 7 WIMBLEDON - - - - - - -
10 / 8 US OPEN 2r - - - - - -

Doubles

W/L   2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999
5 / 4 AUSTRALIAN OPEN 2r SF 1r - 1r - - -
4 / 4 FRENCH OPEN 3r 1r 3r - - - 1r -
4 / 4 WIMBLEDON 3r 2r 2r 1r - - - -
0 / 2 US OPEN - 1r - 1r - - - -

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Anastasia Myskina Results

  • Singles
    Doubles

FRENCH OPEN

Grand Slam // FRANCE // 27-May-2007 // $8,978,567 // Clay (Outdoor) // Draw: 128M/128Q/64D // Rank: 51 // Seed/Entry: /MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R128 Loss Meghann Shaughnessy (USA) 61 6-1 6-0

WTA Rankings PTS

+2

Prize Money

$18,002

AUCKLAND

WTA // NEW ZEALAND // 01-Jan-2007 // $145,000 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 32M/32Q/16D // Rank: 16 // Seed/Entry: 2/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R32 Loss Gisela Dulko (ARG) 59 6-1 6-7 (4) 6-2

WTA Rankings PTS

+1

Prize Money

$955

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Current WTA Rankings

Singles Road to Singapore Doubles
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Rankings Breakdown

Grand Slams

Date Tournament Round Points
27/05/2007 FRENCH OPEN R128 2
28/08/2006 US OPEN R128 2
26/06/2006 WIMBLEDON Q 174
28/05/2006 FRENCH OPEN R16 96
16/01/2006 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 96
29/08/2005 US OPEN R32 86
20/06/2005 WIMBLEDON Q 332
23/05/2005 FRENCH OPEN R128 2
17/01/2005 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 112
30/08/2004 US OPEN R64 40
Date Tournament Round Points
21/06/2004 WIMBLEDON R32 92
24/05/2004 FRENCH OPEN W 1086
19/01/2004 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 302
25/08/2003 US OPEN Q 210
23/06/2003 WIMBLEDON R16 188
26/05/2003 FRENCH OPEN R64 48
13/01/2003 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 282
26/08/2002 US OPEN R32 72
24/06/2002 WIMBLEDON R32 72
27/05/2002 FRENCH OPEN R128 2
Date Tournament Round Points
14/01/2002 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R64 40
27/08/2001 US OPEN R128 2
25/06/2001 WIMBLEDON R64 72
28/05/2001 FRENCH OPEN R128 2
28/08/2000 US OPEN R128 2
26/06/2000 WIMBLEDON R32 78
29/05/2000 FRENCH OPEN R128 2
30/08/1999 US OPEN R16 59
Complete Rankings Breakdown

Rankings History

Year Season-ending Singles Season-ending Doubles
2007 1065 -
2006 16 78
2005 14 39
2004 3 16
2003 7 71
2002 11 185
2001 59 157
2000 58 141
1999 65 178
1998 293 541
1997 622 469
1996 813 0
1995 920 0
Career-high Singles Career-high Doubles
13-Sep-2004 (2) 21-Feb-2005 (15)

Current WTA Rankings

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Rankings Breakdown

  • Singles
    Doubles

Grand Slams

Date Tournament Round Points
27/05/2007 FRENCH OPEN R128 2
28/08/2006 US OPEN R128 2
26/06/2006 WIMBLEDON Q 174
28/05/2006 FRENCH OPEN R16 96
16/01/2006 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 96
29/08/2005 US OPEN R32 86
20/06/2005 WIMBLEDON Q 332
23/05/2005 FRENCH OPEN R128 2
17/01/2005 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 112
30/08/2004 US OPEN R64 40
Date Tournament Round Points
21/06/2004 WIMBLEDON R32 92
24/05/2004 FRENCH OPEN W 1086
19/01/2004 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 302
25/08/2003 US OPEN Q 210
23/06/2003 WIMBLEDON R16 188
26/05/2003 FRENCH OPEN R64 48
13/01/2003 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 282
26/08/2002 US OPEN R32 72
24/06/2002 WIMBLEDON R32 72
27/05/2002 FRENCH OPEN R128 2
Date Tournament Round Points
14/01/2002 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R64 40
27/08/2001 US OPEN R128 2
25/06/2001 WIMBLEDON R64 72
28/05/2001 FRENCH OPEN R128 2
28/08/2000 US OPEN R128 2
26/06/2000 WIMBLEDON R32 78
29/05/2000 FRENCH OPEN R128 2
30/08/1999 US OPEN R16 59

Tour Championships

Date Tournament Round Points
08/11/2004 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS SF 368
04/11/2003 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS R1 156
06/11/2002 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS R16 67

Fed Cup

Date Tournament Round Points
17/09/2005 FED CUP FINAL R4 0
09/07/2005 FED CUP WEEK 2 R2 0
27/11/2004 FED CUP FINAL R4 0
24/11/2004 FED CUP SEMI-FINAL R3 0
10/07/2004 FED CUP WEEK 2 R2 0
24/04/2004 FED CUP WEEK 1 R1 0
19/11/2003 FED CUP SEMI-FINAL R3 0
19/07/2003 FED CUP WEEK 2 R2 0
26/04/2003 FED CUP WEEK 1 R1 0
27/04/2002 FED CUP WEEK 1 R1 0
Date Tournament Round Points

Tier 1-5

Date Tournament Round Points
01/01/2007 AUCKLAND R32 1
16/10/2006 ZURICH R32 1
20/08/2006 NEW HAVEN R32 1
14/08/2006 MONTREAL R32 1
07/08/2006 STOCKHOLM F 67
17/07/2006 CINCINNATI R32 1
19/06/2006 EASTBOURNE F 137
22/05/2006 ISTANBUL F 85
15/05/2006 ROME R16 42
01/05/2006 WARSAW R32 1
Date Tournament Round Points
22/03/2006 MIAMI Q 87
08/03/2006 INDIAN WELLS R16 45
27/02/2006 DOHA R16 1
20/02/2006 DUBAI R16 29
31/01/2006 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) S 135
17/10/2005 ZURICH S 208
10/10/2005 MOSCOW Q 93
03/10/2005 FILDERSTADT Q 80
19/09/2005 KOLKATA W 132
15/08/2005 TORONTO S 173
Date Tournament Round Points
08/08/2005 STOCKHOLM F 81
13/06/2005 EASTBOURNE Q 57
02/05/2005 BERLIN R32 1
11/04/2005 CHARLESTON R32 1
04/04/2005 AMELIA ISLAND R16 29
23/03/2005 MIAMI R16 73
28/02/2005 DUBAI Q 64
21/02/2005 DOHA R16 1
14/02/2005 ANTWERP S 119
09/01/2005 SYDNEY R16 1
Date Tournament Round Points
01/11/2004 PHILADELPHIA Q 51
11/10/2004 MOSCOW W 476
04/10/2004 FILDERSTADT S 137
13/09/2004 BALI R16 1
09/08/2004 SOPOT S 78
02/08/2004 MONTREAL S 189
25/07/2004 SAN DIEGO F 315
10/05/2004 ROME R32 1
03/05/2004 BERLIN Q 85
10/03/2004 INDIAN WELLS S 210
Date Tournament Round Points
01/03/2004 DOHA W 282
23/02/2004 DUBAI Q 72
11/01/2004 SYDNEY Q 79
27/10/2003 PHILADELPHIA F 188
20/10/2003 LINZ Q 72
06/10/2003 FILDERSTADT R16 44
29/09/2003 MOSCOW W 379
22/09/2003 LEIPZIG W 420
17/08/2003 NEW HAVEN R32 1
11/08/2003 TORONTO R16 50
Date Tournament Round Points
28/07/2003 SOPOT Q 39
16/06/2003 EASTBOURNE R32 1
19/05/2003 STRASBOURG Q 31
12/05/2003 ROME Q 89
05/05/2003 BERLIN R32 1
07/04/2003 CHARLESTON R32 1
31/03/2003 SARASOTA W 161
19/03/2003 MIAMI R64 1
05/03/2003 INDIAN WELLS R64 1
17/02/2003 DUBAI Q 72
Date Tournament Round Points
10/02/2003 DOHA W 152
05/01/2003 SYDNEY R32 1
21/10/2002 LINZ R16 33
13/10/2002 ZURICH R16 61
07/10/2002 FILDERSTADT R32 1
30/09/2002 MOSCOW R32 1
23/09/2002 LEIPZIG F 217
09/09/2002 BAHIA W 295
18/08/2002 NEW HAVEN S 182
12/08/2002 MONTREAL R64 1
Date Tournament Round Points
29/07/2002 SAN DIEGO R16 39
17/06/2002 EASTBOURNE F 233
10/06/2002 BIRMINGHAM F 137
13/05/2002 ROME Q 157
06/05/2002 BERLIN R32 33
29/04/2002 HAMBURG R32 1
15/04/2002 CHARLESTON Q 104
08/04/2002 AMELIA ISLAND R16 41
01/04/2002 SARASOTA Q 29
20/03/2002 MIAMI R32 32
Date Tournament Round Points
06/03/2002 INDIAN WELLS R16 62
18/02/2002 DUBAI Q 68
11/02/2002 DOHA Q 61
29/01/2002 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) Q - R32 1
06/01/2002 SYDNEY S 20
30/12/2001 GOLD COAST R16 17
22/10/2001 LINZ S 22
14/10/2001 ZURICH Q - R32 1
01/10/2001 MOSCOW S 190
24/09/2001 LEIPZIG Q 92
Date Tournament Round Points
10/09/2001 BAHIA S 44
19/08/2001 NEW HAVEN Q 85
13/08/2001 TORONTO Q - R16 7
05/08/2001 LOS ANGELES Q - R16 1
18/06/2001 EASTBOURNE Q - R32 1
11/06/2001 BIRMINGHAM R16 32
14/05/2001 ROME Q 13
07/05/2001 BERLIN Q - R64 1
16/04/2001 CHARLESTON R64 1
09/04/2001 AMELIA ISLAND R32 24
Date Tournament Round Points
21/03/2001 MIAMI R128 1
06/11/2000 KUALA LUMPUR R32 1
09/10/2000 ZURICH S 134
21/08/2000 NEW HAVEN Q - R64 1
14/08/2000 MONTREAL R64 1
17/07/2000 SOPOT S 96
19/06/2000 EASTBOURNE S 74
12/06/2000 BIRMINGHAM R16 26
22/05/2000 STRASBOURG R16 22
18/04/2000 HILTON HEAD R32 32
Date Tournament Round Points
10/04/2000 AMELIA ISLAND R32 22
20/03/2000 MIAMI R32 47
06/03/2000 INDIAN WELLS R128 1
28/02/2000 SCOTTSDALE Q - R32 1
21/02/2000 OKLAHOMA CITY R32 1
15/11/1999 PATTAYA CITY R16 25
08/11/1999 KUALA LUMPUR Q 54
01/11/1999 LEIPZIG Q - Q 13
25/10/1999 LINZ Q - R16 11
18/10/1999 MOSCOW S 72
Date Tournament Round Points
02/08/1999 KNOKKE-HEIST S 10
12/07/1999 PALERMO W 143
07/06/1999 TASHKENT S 8
19/04/1999 CAIRO Q - R32 1
19/10/1998 MOSCOW Q - R16 4
27/10/1997 MOSCOW Q - R32 1
28/10/1996 MOSCOW Q - R16 1

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