Anastasia Sergeyevna "Nastia" Pavlyuchenkova is a Russian professional tennis player.
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Anastasia Sergeyevna "Nastia" Pavlyuchenkova is a Russian professional tennis player.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova continued her success after turning professional, reaching a career-high singles ranking of world No 11 on 8 November 2021.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova has been continuously ranked inside the top 50 since 3 November 2008, when she entered the top-50 rankings for the first time in her career.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova has won 12 singles titles on the WTA Tour and five singles titles on the ITF Circuit.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova reached her first Grand Slam final at the 2021 French Open, having previously reached six other Grand Slam quarterfinals at the 2011 French Open, the 2011 US Open, the 2016 Wimbledon Championships, and the 2017,2019 and 2020 Australian Opens.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova has had success in doubles, having won six doubles titles on the WTA Tour and eight doubles titles on the ITF Circuit.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova achieved a career-high ranking of No 21 on 16 September 2013.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova's father was a rower and her mother a swimmer.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova's grandmother played professional basketball, and her grandfather was an elite umpire in that sport for USSR.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova started playing tennis at age six, with her parents helping her.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova trained at the Mouratoglou Academy during her early career.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova first made headlines in 2006 by winning the Australian Open junior title, defeating Caroline Wozniacki in the final.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova reached another junior Grand Slam final at the French Open where she lost to Agnieszka Radwanska.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then won the US Open junior title by beating Tamira Paszek in the final.
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Five months later, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova received a wildcard into her maiden WTA Tour main-draw appearance at the Kremlin Cup.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova lost in the first round to rising Czech, Nicole Vaidisova, in straight sets.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova played for the Sacramento Capitals of the World TeamTennis league in the summer of 2006.
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In 2007, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova barely missed out on qualifying for the main draw of the Australian Open, losing to Julia Vakulenko in the final round of qualifying.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova ended the year inside the top 50 for the first time in her career, at world No 45.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova made her top 30 debut following the end of the tournament.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova ended 2009 as world No 41, her second top-50 finish in a row.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then reached the second round at Wimbledon where she fell to Roberta Vinci.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova started the 2010 season by reaching the last eight at the Brisbane International where she was defeated by Ivanovic.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then won her maiden career title at the Monterrey Open.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova was the 29th seed at the French Open and reached the third round where she lost to top seed Serena Williams, in three sets.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova made the third round at Wimbledon where she lost to Wozniacki.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova reached the last four after seeing off Marta Domachowska, Magdalena Rybarikova and Sorana Cirstea, all in straight sets.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova faced Elena Vesnina in the final and defeated her elder Russian opponent in three sets to win her second career title.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then lost in the opening round of the Rogers Cup to Kuznetsova, in three sets.
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At the US Open, 22nd seed Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova posted her best Grand Slam result at that time by reaching the round of 16.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova finished the year inside the top 30 for the first time ever, at world No 21.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova opened her 2011 season in Brisbane where she was seeded fifth.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova made her top 20 debut following her good result there.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then reached the third round of the Indian Wells Open, falling to tenth seed Shahar Pe'er.
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At the US Open, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova was the 17th seed and defeated Anna Tatishvili, Petra Martic and Jankovic to reach the fourth round.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova ended 2011 at world No 16, her first ever top-20 finish to a season.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then lost to compatriot Nadia Petrova in the following round.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova's ranking fell outside the top 30 after the French Open concluded.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova's form improved after Wimbledon when she made the quarterfinals in Bastad and then went on to reach her first final of the year at the Washington Open where she was beaten by Magdalena Rybarikova.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova's ranking then plummeted to No 34 after falling in the first round of Beijing.
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At the Malaysian Open, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova was the only seed to reach the last four but there, she was upset by wildcard Bethanie Mattek-Sands.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova climbed back into the top 20 rankings after Monterrey.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then overcame Swiss Romina Oprandi to reach the final where she beat fourth seed Carla Suarez Navarro in straight sets.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then beat Andrea Hlavackova in the first round at the French Open before falling to Czech Petra Cetkovska in the following round.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova was easily ousted by Tsvetana Pironkova in the first round of Wimbledon, winning just one game.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then beat Daniela Hantuchova to reach the semifinals but lost to eventual champion Halep.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then suffered an early loss at the Qatar Total Open to Mirjana Lucic-Baroni.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then dropped her opening match at the Wimbledon Championships, for the second year in a row, to Riske.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then reached her second quarterfinal of the year at Washington after beating Virginie Razzano and Hiroko Kuwata.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then lost to eventual finalist Venus Williams in the first round of the Rogers Cup.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then retired against Zhu Lin in the first round in Beijing due to dizziness.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova defeated the likes of Ana Konjuh and Riske to reach the last eight where she beat fellow Russian Vitalia Diatchenko in three sets.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova won the match in three sets to capture her seventh and equal-biggest career title to date.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova endured a three-match losing streak to start off her 2015 season, a stretch which includes the Australian Open and Dubai, which culminated in her ranking falling to as low as No 41, her lowest since 2009.
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At Indian Wells, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova scored wins over Larsson and 17th seed Barbora Strycova to reach the third round where she lost to 12th seed Carla Suarez Navarro.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then retired in her opening match against Sara Sorribes Tormo in Charleston due to a shoulder injury.
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At the French Open, where Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova was unseeded at a Grand Slam for the first time since the 2010 Australian Open, she fell to eventual runner-up Lucie Safarova at the first hurdle.
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At the US Open, 31st-seeded Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova bowed out in the second round to qualifier Anett Kontaveit.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova finished the year ranked world No 28, her fifth overall top 30 finish to a season.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then suffered a second consecutive first round loss at the Australian Open when she fell to Lauren Davis in her opening match.
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At the French Open, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova won back-to-back matches at a Grand Slam tournament for the first time since the 2014 Australian Open, defeating the likes of Sara Sorribes Tormo and Cagla Buyukakcay to book her spot in the third round where she was beaten by compatriot Svetlana Kuznetsova.
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At the Wimbledon Championships, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova was the 21st seed and she moved past Hsieh Su-wei and Yulia Putintseva to reach the third round where she upset Timea Bacsinszky to advance to the second week of a Grand Slam tournament for the first time since the 2011 US Open.
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At the US Open, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova reached the third round where she was beaten by eventual runner-up Pliskova.
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The loss to Gavrilova meant Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova had failed to reach a semifinal throughout the season, her best result being seven quarterfinal showings.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then beat Francesca Schiavone in straight sets for her tenth career title, her second on clay.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova suffered an early defeat at the French Open, falling to Paraguay's Veronica Cepede Royg in the second round, in three sets.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova concluded 2017 as world No 15, her best season-finish to date, and second in the top 20 overall.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then soared into her first final of the year at the Internationaux de Strasbourg.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova did not enjoy much success on grass, netting just one win across three tournaments on the surface, which includes an opening-round loss in Wimbledon to Hsieh Su-wei as well.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova was then upset by Rebecca Peterson in the first round of the US Open in three sets.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova followed up that result with a quarterfinal showing in St Petersburg where she lost to eventual champion Bertens, in three sets.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova started off the Asian swing by recording by her best result of the year by making the final of the Pan Pacific Open, her second at the tournament, defeating the likes of Dayana Yastremska, Bertens, Misaki Doi and Angelique Kerber en route, where she finished runner-up to Naomi Osaka.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova faced world No 1, Ashleigh Barty, in the next round and lost despite having led by a set, again.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then caused a huge upset by defeating second seed Karolina Pliskova in the third round, her first win in seven career meetings over the former world No 1.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then came from a set down to defeat 2016 champion and 17th seeded Angelique Kerber to advance to the quarterfinals for the second year in a row, her sixth Grand Slam quarterfinal in total.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then chose to skip the US Open due to safety concerns over the ongoing pandemic, which saw her streak of 48 consecutive Grand Slam tournament appearances, dating back to the 2008 French Open, come to an end.
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At her final tournament of the season, the French Open, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova made the second round after upsetting former champion and 28th seed Svetlana Kuznetsova, in three sets.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova then finished the year ranked world No 38, her third non-top 30 finish since 2009.
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At the French Open, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova was seeded 31st and moved into the second week for the first time since 2011 after seeing off Christina McHale and Tomljanovic in the first two rounds, before following up with an upset win over third seed Sabalenka in three sets.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova's run in Paris this fortnight put her back in the top 20 rankings, for the first time since 2018.
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The subsequent four tournament appearances of Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova saw her net just one quarterfinal result, with a run to the last eight on home soil, in Moscow, where she lost to Marketa Vondrousova, besides taking a loss in the hands of youngster Leylah Fernandez in the third round of Indian Wells, despite having led by a set and a break in the latter.
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On 8 November, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova surpassed her prior 10-year-old career-high ranking of world No 13 when she hit the No 11 ranking, and subsequently concluded 2021 ranked the same, her career-best year-end ranking to date.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova began her 2022 season at the Australian Open, having missed the warm-up tournaments after contracting COVID-19 on arrival.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova defeated Anna Bondar and Samantha Stosur to reach the third round, beating Stosur in her last career singles match.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova was scheduled to compete at the St Petersburg Ladies' Trophy, but withdrew due to a knee injury.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova subsequently ended her season after withdrawing from the French Open to continue nursing the knee injury.
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