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Grand Slam Record

Grand Slams

Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

R16 x2
W/L
29/34
2022, 2018

Australian Open

R32 x2
2019, 2018

Roland Garros

R16 x1
2022

Wimbledon

R16 x1
2018

US Open

R32 x2
2020, 2018

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Personal

Currently coached by Dzmitry Klimenko
Mother is Natalia; younger sister is Polina
Started playing at age 9; introduced to sport by father
Favorite shot is backhand down the line; favorite surface is indoor hardcourt; favorite tournaments are US Open and Stuttgart
Studying for a physical culture degree at university in Minsk
Speaks English, Belarusian, Russian and a little bit of French
Dream is to win Wimbledon one day

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Finalist (4): 2022 - Melbourne 250, Cleveland; 2018 - Brisbane; 2015 - Seoul.

DOUBLES
Finalist (1): 2023 - Hong Kong (w/Kalashnikova)

ADDITIONAL
Belarusian Fed Cup Team, 2012-20.

Career in Review

2023 Grand Slam results include 1r run at Roland Garros (l. Tauson) and US Open (l. Linette), as well as 2r runs at Australian Open (l. Pegula) and Wimbledon (l. Kvitova)

2023 Tour highlights include a SF run at s’Hertogenbosch (l. Alexandrova) and QF at Nanchang (l. Fernandez).

Highlights in 2022 were R-Up finishes at Melbourne Summer Set 2 (l. Anisimova) and Cleveland (l. Samsonova)

Also made QF at St. Petersburg, Berlin and Hamburg, helping her post career-high ranking of No.29 on September 19, 2022

Best results in 2021 were runs to QFs at Belgrade and Cleveland and R16 at Indian Wells

Reached first WTA QF in 18 months at 2020 Palermo (as qualifier, l. Martic); also advanced to this stage at Istanbul (l. Martincova) and Linz (l. Krejcikova)

Made 3r at 2020 US Open-defeating No.19 Vondrousova in 2r was her first Top-20 win in over a year

Recorded 20th Grand Slam main draw win after defeating Friedsam in the 1r at 2020 Roland Garros

Made strong start to 2019 season by recording maiden Top-5 victory over No.4 Svitolina en route to a QF finish at Brisbane (l. Vekic) followed by an SF appearance at Sydney (as qualifier, l. eventual champion Kvitova) and 3r run at Australian Open (l. Pavlyuchenkova)

Reached first Grand Slam SF in doubles at 2019 US Open (w/Kuzmova, l. Azarenka/Barty)

In 2018, reached second career WTA final and first at a Premier tournament at Brisbane, as a qualifier - defeated No.11 Mladenovic and No.16 Sevastova en route to final (l. No.6 Svitolina)

Also in 2018 made SF at Moscow [River Cup] and first Grand Slam R16 at Wimbledon

First broke into Top 50 on January 29

Played all three ties during Belarus' run to its first Fed Cup final in 2017 - posted 5-1 record, including win over No.13 Stephens in final

Highlight of 2016 was run through qualifying to QF at Tokyo [PPO]; defeated No.6 Ka.Pliskova en route for maiden Top-10 win

Reached maiden WTA final at 2015 Seoul (as qualifier, l. Begu)

Made Top-100 debut on September 8, 2015 (after US Open; rose from No.120 to No.97)

In 2014 season won 11th and most recent singles title on ITF Circuit. Also owns seven ITF Circuit doubles titles

Made WTA qualifying debut at 2013 Brussels; made WTA main draw debut at 2014 US Open

Played first event of career at 2009 ITF/Minsk 2-BLR

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Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

R16 x2
W/L
29/34
2022, 2018

Australian Open

R32 x2
2019, 2018

Roland Garros

R16 x1
2022

Wimbledon

R16 x1
2018

US Open

R32 x2
2020, 2018
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2024
R128
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-
-
2023
R64
R128
R64
R128
2022
R128
R16
-
R64
2021
R128
R64
R32
R128
2020
R128
R64
-
R32
2019
R32
R128
R128
R64
2018
R32
R64