Alize Cornet is a French professional tennis player.
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Alize Cornet is a French professional tennis player.
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Alize Cornet has made the second week at each of the four Grand Slam events, having reached the quarterfinals at the 2022 Australian Open, and the fourth round at the 2014 Wimbledon Championships, the 2015 and 2017 French Opens, and the 2020 US Open.
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Alize Cornet holds the record for the most consecutive Grand Slam appearances with 63 and in seventh place for overall appearances with 66.
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In 2014, Alize Cornet became known for defeating world No 1, Serena Williams, on three occasions.
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At the Dubai Championships, she recorded a straight-sets win over Williams in the semifinals, which resulted in Alize Cornet's reaching her biggest singles final in almost six years.
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Alize Cornet has an impressive junior record, reaching a career-high combined junior ranking of world No 8, on 11 June 2007.
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Alize Cornet won her sole Grand Slam junior singles title at the 2007 French Open.
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Alize Cornet made her Grand Slam singles debut at the age of 15 in the 2005 French Open after receiving a singles main-draw wildcard.
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In 2007, Alize Cornet won the $50k singles title in Dnipropetrovsk, beating Stefanie Vogele in the final.
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Alize Cornet reached the second round of the Australian Open where she lost to ninth seed Daniela Hantuchova.
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Alize Cornet defeated Anna Chakvetadze to reach her first Tier-I final where she lost to Jankovic in two sets.
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Alize Cornet defeated Julia Vakulenko in the first round after a stylish display.
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Alize Cornet was seeded second and received a bye into the second round.
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Alize Cornet capped it off by winning the doubles with Janette Husarova at the same tournament.
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Alize Cornet competed in the women's doubles with Virginie Razzano, where they lost in the first round.
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Alize Cornet played at the Hopman Cup, and placed third in her group, partnering Gilles Simon.
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Alize Cornet entered the Australian Open as the 15th seed, easily winning her two matches.
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Alize Cornet was then defeated by the No 2 seed Jelena Jankovic in the quarterfinal.
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Alize Cornet fell in the early rounds in both the French Open and Wimbledon, continuing a dismal 2009 tennis season.
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Alize Cornet reached her first semifinal of the season in Fes, Morocco, losing to Iveta Benesova.
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Alize Cornet had previously not dropped a set in her previous three matches at the tournament.
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Alize Cornet then played on clay in the Suez Grand Prix upsetting Timea Bacsinszky before losing to eventual champion Agnes Szavay in the quarterfinals.
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Alize Cornet defeated two-time Grand Slam champion Svetlana Kuznetsova in three sets for her biggest win in nearly a year and one of the biggest of her career.
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Alize Cornet's disastrous run continued when she lost in the first qualifying rounds of the Madrid Open and the Italian Open.
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Alize Cornet then lost in the first round of qualifications at the Aegon International to home favorite Anne Keothavong.
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Alize Cornet then reached the quarterfinals of an ITF event in Italy, losing to Stefanie Vogele.
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Alize Cornet then played two ITF events, reaching the second round of one and the quarterfinals of the other.
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Alize Cornet began her 2012 season at the Auckland Open, losing in the first round of qualifying to wildcard Claire Feuerstein.
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Alize Cornet suffered an early first round loss at the Australian Open to Monica Niculescu.
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Alize Cornet was then awarded a wildcard for the Paris indoor event.
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Alize Cornet then fell in the first round of the Mexican Open to Alberta Brianti, in three sets.
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Alize Cornet's poor run continued when she fell in the qualifying of the Indian Wells Open.
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Alize Cornet competed in the women's doubles with Kristina Mladenovic.
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Alize Cornet reached the quarterfinals at Guangzhou, losing to Sorana Cirstea in straight sets.
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Alize Cornet drew world No 3, Serena Williams, in the second round, and was defeated in two sets.
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Alize Cornet drew Venus Williams in the second round, to whom she lost.
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Alize Cornet played in the doubles tournament, partnering with German player Mona Barthel.
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Alize Cornet drew the Swedish No 1, Sofia Arvidsson, in the first round, and defeated her in three sets.
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Alize Cornet did not fare well in doubles either, as she and her partner Kristina Mladenovic were defeated in the first round by 2013 Australian Open doubles champions Errani and Vinci.
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Alize Cornet began clay-court season at the Copa Colsanitas tournament in Colombia where she was defeated in the second round.
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Alize Cornet improved upon this performance in her next tournament, the Mexican Open, reaching the semifinals before being defeated by eventual champion Sara Errani.
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Alize Cornet entered the French Open playing some of her best tennis of the year, and advanced to the third round before being defeated by third-seeded Victoria Azarenka.
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At the final Grand Slam event of 2013, the US Open, Alize Cornet was seeded 26th and reached the third, losing to Victoria Azarenka in three sets.
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At the Kremlin Cup, Alize Cornet defeated Elina Svitolina in round one before succumbing to Stosur again.
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Alize Cornet lost to Maria Sharapova in the third round at the Australian Open.
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Alize Cornet defeated Agnieszka Radwanska, the top seed en route to the final.
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At the French Open, Alize Cornet was seeded 20th, her highest seeding in more than four years.
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Alize Cornet defeated wildcard Ashleigh Barty easily in round one.
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Alize Cornet then faced American wildcard Taylor Townsend but lost in three roller coaster sets.
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Alize Cornet was seeded 25th at Wimbledon and defeated WTA rising star Anna Schmiedlova in the first round.
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Alize Cornet played in the second week of a Grand Slam tournament for the first time in five years, her first at Wimbledon, and lost to 13th seed Eugenie Bouchard in the fourth round.
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Alize Cornet was the top seed at the Swedish Open but suffered a shocking defeat to Anett Kontaveit in the first round.
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Alize Cornet then participated in Washington where she was seeded third.
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Alize Cornet suffered an opening-round exit to rising American Shelby Rogers.
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Alize Cornet was seeded second and was the sole seed to advance past the first round.
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Alize Cornet became the first player since Justine Henin in 2007 to win against Serena three times in a season.
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Alize Cornet then booked her place in the quarterfinals with a three-set win over Kirsten Flipkens.
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Alize Cornet then lost in the quarterfinal round to Eugenie Bouchard, the tournament's eventual runner-up.
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Alize Cornet started her year by playing for France at the Hopman Cup.
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At the Premier tournament in Sydney, Alize Cornet lost in the first round to third seed Radwanska in straight sets.
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Alize Cornet lost in the second round to Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.
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At the Australian Open, Alize Cornet was defeated in the second round by qualifier Zhang Shuai.
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Alize Cornet lost in the second round to third seed and 2012 champion Agnieszka Radwanska.
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At the final grand slam of the year, the US Open, Alize Cornet was defeated in the first round by Mirjana Lucic-Baroni.
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Alize Cornet played her first tournament of the year at the Brisbane International.
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Alize Cornet defeated French wildcard Myrtille Georges in the first round before losing to Maria Sakkari in the second.
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Alize Cornet lost to Carla Suarez Navarro in the quarterfinals of the Monterrey Open.
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On 11 January 2018, Alize Cornet was charged by the ITF with missing three out-of-competition drugs tests that were to be conducted between November 2016 and October 2017.
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Alize Cornet would be allowed to play WTA and ITF tournaments until then, but if found guilty all prize money and rankings points accumulated during a certain period in 2017 would be forfeited.
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At the US Open, Alize Cornet was given a code violation under Grand Slam rules for changing her shirt while on the court.
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At the Australian Open, Alize Cornet was eliminated in the second round by Venus Williams.
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At the Italian Open, Alize Cornet won two qualifying matches to reach the singles main draw, where she defeated No 9 seed and world No 10, Aryna Sabalenka, in the first round and lost her second-round match against Carla Suarez Navarro.
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Alize Cornet reached the quarterfinals where she retired against eventual finalist Jessica Pegula due to an upper-right thigh injury.
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Alize Cornet stunned second seed Sofia Kenin in the second round.
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Alize Cornet was defeated in the third round by eventual champion, Victoria Azarenka.
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Alize Cornet started her 2021 season in January at the first edition of the Abu Dhabi Open.
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Alize Cornet was defeated in the second round of the first edition of the Gippsland Trophy by second seed Naomi Osaka.
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Alize Cornet defeated fifth seeded Andreescu again at Wimbledon, in the first round, her second top-10 win for the year.
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Alize Cornet lost to Danielle Collins in the third round in straight sets.
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From 2018, Alize Cornet has worn Lotto clothing and shoes, having been endorsed by Lacoste from the beginning of her professional career in 2005, whilst typically wearing Asics shoes.
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Alize Cornet uses Babolat racquets, specifically endorsing the Pure Strike range of racquets.
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