12 Facts About Anna Danilina


Anna Sergeyevna Danilina is a Russian-born Kazakh tennis player.


Anna Danilina has been ranked as high as No 10 in doubles by the Women's Tennis Association.


Since turning professional, Anna Danilina has won three WTA doubles titles.


Anna Danilina has won one singles title and 25 doubles titles on the ITF Circuit.


Anna Danilina went to University of Florida, graduating in 2018 with a degree in Economics.


At the Poland Open held in Gdynia, Anna Danilina reached the final and won her first WTA doubles title, partnering with Lidziya Marozava.


Anna Danilina was playing an ITF tournament in Monastir, Tunisia, when Beatriz Haddad Maia invited her to serve as her partner in the 2022 Australian Open, following an injury to Nadia Podoroska.


At major-level, Anna Danilina became the first Kazakh woman to reach the final of the Australian Open, upsetting No 2 seeds Shuko Aoyama and Ena Shibahara in the semifinal.


However, with this performance, Anna Danilina made her top-25 debut in the doubles rankings, and on 28 February 2022, she reached top 20.


Anna Danilina still got to two ITF titles in-between, Biarritz, partnering Valeriya Strakhova, and Madrid, with Anastasia Tikhonova.


Anna Danilina declined to appear at Wimbledon once the tournament was stripped of its ranking points for banning Russians and Belarusians.


Anna Danilina reached the top 10 in doubles on 9 January 2023 before the Australian Open.