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Grand Slam Record

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QF x1
W/L
18/19
2022

Australian Open

R32 x2
2022, 2021

Roland Garros

QF x1
2022

Wimbledon

R64 x2
2023, 2019

US Open

R16 x1
2022

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Personal

Coached by husband Sergey Demekhine
Born in Kazan, Russia, now based in Moscow and trains at CSKA club
Father, Eduard, was a Russian national ice hockey champion; teenage sister, Polina, is on the junior circuit
She started playing tennis at the age of eight
Off the court, has a passion for cooking and her specialty is roasted chicken with potatoes and garlic

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (2): 2023 - Tokyo; 2021 - Charleston.
Finalist (5): 2023 - 's-Hertogenbosch; 2022 - Melbourne 250, Dubai, Istanbul; 2021 - Abu Dhabi.

DOUBLES
Winner (7): 2023 - Dubai (w/Samsonova), WTA Elite Trophy Zhuhai (w/Haddad Maia); 2022 - Dubai, WTA Finals Fort Worth (both w/Mertens), Rome (w/Pavlyuchenkova); 2021 - Istanbul (w/Mertens); 2019 - Wuhan (w/Duan).
Finalist (7): 2022 - Doha, Miami, 's-Hertogenbosch (all w/Mertens); 2021 - Wimbledon (w/Vesnina), Indian Wells (w/Rybakina); 2019 - Charleston (w/Khromacheva), Lugano (w/Voskoboeva).

ADDITIONAL
WTA 125K Series Titles - Singles (1): 2019 - Guadalajara. Doubles (4): 2018 - Limoges (w/Voskoboeva), Mumbai (w/Dzalamidze); 2017 - Taipei (w/Sabalenka); 2016 - Taipei (w/Dzalamidze).
Russian Fed Cup Team, 2014, 2018, 2020.

Career in Review

Won second career title at 2023 Tokyo (d. Pegula in F) and finished R-Up at 2023 ‘s-Hertogenbosch (l. Alexandrova in F); ended year at No.19 for second straight Top 20 year-end ranking

Also in 2023, reached SF at Adelaide 2, Doha, Madrid and Rome; qualified for WTA Elite Trophy Zhuhai going 1-1 in group play

In doubles, won titles in 2023 at Dubai with Liudmila Samsonova and Zhuhai with Beatriz Haddad Maia

Made Top 10 debut in singles on October 24, 2022, following QF run at Guadalajara 1000 and Top 10 debut in doubles on January 31, 2022 ending the year at No.2

Singles highlights in 2022 were R-Up finishes at Melbourne Summer Set 1 (l. Halep), Dubai (l. Ostapenko) and Istanbul (l. Potapova), and reached maiden Grand Slam QF at Roland Garros (l. Kasatkina)

Won doubles title at 2022 WTA Finals in Fort Worth with partner Elise Mertens; also won title at Dubai and ‘s-Hertogenbosch with Mertens as well as Rome with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova

Appeared in maiden WTA final at Abu Dhabi in opening event of 2021 (l. Sabalenka) before securing first title at Charleston (d. Kovinic)

In doubles won title at Istanbul with Elise Mertens and made final at Wimbledon (w/Vesnina) and Indian Wells (w/Rybakina) Scored first win over a Top-3 ranked opponent by upsetting No.3 Karolina Pliskova at 2020 Cincinnati. Other highlights in 2020 included SF run at Hobart and closing out season with back-to-back QFs at Ostrava and Linz

Won 27 main-draw matches during 2019 – had previously won six across entire career - to rise over 60 places in the WTA rankings, making Top-100 debut on February 4 and Top-50 debut on September 9

Singles highlights in 2019 included reaching SF at 's-Hertogenbosch, Hiroshima and Tianjin and 3r at Roland Garros where she defeated No.13 Caroline Wozniacki in 1r - her maiden Grand Slam main draw win and first over a Top-20 opponent)

Also in 2019, won WTA 125K Series title at Guadalajara (d. Bouzkova in F) and entered Top 50 on Sept 9, 2019

Posted first two Top 10 wins of career in final weeks of 2019, over No.10 Belinda Bencic at Wuhan and No.4 Elina Svitolina at Moscow

Fell 1r on Grand Slam main draw debut at 2019 Australian Open (as qualifier, l. Kenin)

Won career first WTA doubles title at 2019 Wuhan with Yingying Duan (d. Mertens/Sabalenka in F); also in 2019 was R-Up at Charleston (w/Khromacheva) and Lugano (w/Voskoboeva)

Posted maiden career WTA QF runs in 2018, first at 's-Hertogenbosch (l. eventual champion Krunic) and then Gstaad (l. Bouchard)

Reached 2r on WTA main draw debut at 2018 Stuttgart as qualifier (d. No.25 Suárez Navarro, l. eventual champion Ka.Pliskova)

Made WTA qualifying debut at 2014 Moscow

Made professional debut on ITF circuit in 2011; on ITF Circuit, owns four singles titles

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