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Grand Slam Record

Grand Slams

Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

R16 x2
W/L
21/30
2017, 2016

Australian Open

R16 x2
2017, 2016

Roland Garros

R32 x2
2022, 2018

Wimbledon

R32 x1
2018

US Open

R64 x3
2023, 2018, 2017

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Personal

Coached by Jay Gooding; Tennis Australia's Nicole Pratt still remains part of coaching team
Father's name is Alexey; mother's name is Natalia; younger brother is Stepan; has a pet dog (beagle); introduced to tennis at age 6 by parents
Switched nationality (and representation) from Russia to Australia in December 2015
Announced engagement to Australian tennis player Luke Saville in December 2018
Favorite shot is forehand; favorite surface is hard; idols when growing up were the Williams sisters and Kim Clijsters
Likes sushi, cheese, ramen, and SpongeBob SquarePants

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (1): 2017 - New Haven.
Finalist (4): 2022 - Granby; 2017 - Strasbourg, Hong Kong; 2016 - Moscow.

DOUBLES
Winner (3): 2022 - Strasbourg (w/Melichar-Martinez); 2019 - Strasbourg (w/Perez); 2015 - Istanbul (w/Svitolina).
Finalist (2): 2017 - Tokyo (Pan Pacific) (w/Kasatkina); 2016 - Moscow (w/Kasatkina).

ADDITIONAL
Australian Fed Cup Team, 2016-18; Australian Olympic Team, 2016.

Career in Review

Returned from ACL injury at 2023 Birmingham qualifying and first main draw at Wimbledon

Highlight of 2023 season was SF at Hamburg as a qualifier; also reached 2r at US Open, Guangzhou and Beijing

Broke back into the Top 100 in 2022 ending year at No.53 although suffered a torn ACL at Tokyo during match against Naomi Osaka

Reached fifth career final at 2022 Granby (l.Kasatkina) and reached SF at Washington DC

Opened 2021 season with 2r showings at Yarra Valley Classic and Australian Open. Achilles injury sidelined her until Billie Jean King Cup in November, when she won her sole singles rubber over Minnen

Battled chronic foot injuries for 18 months before returning to action with a QF run at $60k ITF/Cagnes-sur-Mer-FRA in September 2020. Only other tournament last season ended in 2r exit at Roland Garros (d. No.28 Yastremska, l. Bouchard)

Best results of 2019 were QF at Strasbourg (l. Paquet) and 3r at Indian Wells (l. Svitolina); also won doubles at Strasbourg (w/Perez)

Highlight of 2018 were SF runs at Sydney (l. Barty) and Acapulco (l. eventual champion Tsurenko), and QF at Hong Kong (l. S.Zhang)

Owns five career Top 5 wins - d. No.2 Sharapova (2015 Miami), No.5 Halep (2016 Rome), No.1 Kerber (2016 Hong Kong), No.3 Muguruza (2018 Rome) and No.4 Kvitova (2018 Beijing)

Posted second straight Top 30 season in 2017, finishing at No.25 for the second consecutive year, winning a career-best 33 main draw matches

Captured maiden tour-level singles title at 2017 New Haven in her second career Premier-level final (d. No.1 seed A.Radwanska in SF, d. No.2 seed Cibulkova in F). Also finished R-Up at Strasbourg (l. Stosur) and Hong Kong (l. Pavlyuchenkova) in 2017

Achieved career-high singles ranking of No.20 on August 28, 2017 and became Australia's No.1 on June 12, 2017 for a total of 19 weeks

Advanced to first WTA singles final at 2016 Moscow (l. Kuznetsova), which followed SF run at Hong Kong where she recorded first win over a reigning World No.1 Kerber, in QF

Reached first tour-level SF at 2015 Rome, as a qualifier (d. No.7 Ivanovic in 2r, l. champion Sharapova)

Made Top 100 singles debut at No.96 on March 23, 2015

Won maiden WTA doubles title at 2015 Istanbul (w/Svitolina) in first final

Catapulted from No.233 at end of 2014 season to No.36 at end of 2015 named WTA's Most Impressive Newcomer for 2015 (media vote)

Secured permanent residence in Australia in 2013 and has represented the country in Grand Slam play since 2014 US Open. Australian passport came through in December 2015 and now represents Australia at WTA events as well

Watched 2014 Australian Open on crutches; she tore ACL in right knee at WTA 125k Series event in Taipei in November 2013; following surgery, did not play a tournament until July 2014, at ITF level

Made WTA main draw debut at 2012 s'Hertogenbosch, scoring first career Top 40 win over No.35 Wickmayer in 1r before losing to Flipkens in 2r

First WTA qualifying event at 2009 Moscow and first pro event of career on ITF Circuit in Russia in 2008

As a junior won Youth Olympics in Singapore and US Open juniors (d. Putintseva in F) in 2010 to become ITF Junior World No.1

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Best Grand Slam Result

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2017, 2016

Australian Open

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2017, 2016

Roland Garros

R32 x2
2022, 2018

Wimbledon

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2018

US Open

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2023, 2018, 2017
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2023
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2022
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2021
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2019
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2017
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2016
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2013
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148
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Highest Singles
20
Aug 28, 2017
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Current Doubles
114
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Sep 25, 2017
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