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Current coach is her father, Alex Kenin; Previously worked with Michael Joyce
Trains at at ProWorld Academy in Delray Beach, Florida
Father is Alex and mother is Lena
Born in Moscow, moved to New York as a baby before family settled in Florida. Now resides in Pembroke Pines, Florida, where she was home-schooled
Good friends with CiCi Bellis and Katie Swan
Likes rap music, especially Drake
Treat food is Froyo - cookies and cream with Hershey's on top

Career Highlights

Winner (5): 2020 - Lyon, Australian Open; 2019 - Hobart, Mallorca, Guangzhou.
Finalist (3): 2023 - San Diego; 2020 - Roland Garros; 2019 - Acapulco.

Winner (4): 2024 - Abu Dhabi (w/Mattek-Sands), Miami (w/Mattek-Sands); 2019 - Auckland (w/Bouchard), Beijing (w/Mattek-Sands).

US Fed Cup Team, 2018-20.

Career in Review

Strongest result of 2023 was runner-up at San Diego (l. Krejcikova). Also reached SF at Hobart (l. Cocciaretto) and Guadalajara (l. Dolehide). As a qualifier, posted her best Wimbledon result with 3r (l. Svitolina). Moved 202 positions up the ranking from her 2022 year-end position (from No. 235 to No.33).

Best results of 2022 were QF at Adelaide (l. eventual champion Barty) and Cleveland (l. Pera). Missed clay and grass swings w/right ankle injury

Missed second half of 2021 season due to ongoing foot injury and then testing positive for COVID-19

In opening half of the 2021 campaign, standout results were QFs at Abu Dhabi and Yarra Valley Classic, and a R16 showing at Roland Garros

Ended 2020 at career high of No.4 which she first hit on March 9, 2020 and came away with the 2020 WTA Player of the Year Award

In last tournament of the season, finished R-Up at Roland Garros (l. Swiatek) for her first final appearance on clay

Reached R16 at US Open and was one of only two players (also Kvitova) to reach second week of all three Slams in 2020

Lifted fifth WTA singles title at Lyon (d. Friedsam in F) becoming the first player in 2020 to win a second title

Won maiden major at 2020 Australian Open (d. Muguruza in F) to become the youngest champion (21y, 80d) in Melbourne since Sharapova (20y, 283d) in 2008. Defeated No.1 Barty and home favorite in SF for third career win over a reigning World No.1

Australian Open run helped her break into the Top 10 for the first time at No.7 on February 3, 2020

Won 2019 WTA Most Improved Player of the Year aware after winning three WTA titles at Hobart (d. Schmiedlova in F), Mallorca (d. Bencic in F) and Guangzhou (d. Stosur in F)

Finished 2019 at No.14 as US No.2 (behind No.9 S.Williams) and leader in hard court wins (38-tied w/Barty)

Registered back-to-back SF runs at Toronto (l. eventual champion Andreescu) and Cincinnati (l. eventual champion Keys), subsequently leading to Top 20 debut at No.20 on August 19, 2019

During this run, defeated No.1 Barty (Toronto) and No.1 Osaka (Cincinnati) to become first player since October 2001 to defeat World No.1s in consecutive weeks (Davenport); also became youngest American to defeat reigning No.1 in eight years (after McHale)

Advanced to R16 at 2019 Roland Garros (d. S.Williams, l. eventual champion Barty) - became first American to defeat Serena at the majors since Stephens at 2013 Australian Open QF

Also won maiden doubles titles in 2019 at Auckland (w/Bouchard) and Beijing (w/Mattek-Sands)

Broke into the Top 100 on March 19, 2018 and Top 50 on October 8, 2018

Member of US Billie Jean King Cup team from 2018-20

Made WTA main draw debut at 2015 US Open as a wildcard (l. Duque-Mariño in 1r)

Owns four ITF singles titles and two doubles titles

Played first matches of career on ITF Circuit in 2013, climbing to No.2 in ITF World Junior Rankings

Represented the USA at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games and competed at the 2016 ITF Junior Masters, both held in China

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Jan 18, 2021