14 Facts About Lesia Tsurenko

1. In 2013, Lesia Tsurenko reached the semifinals of the WTA Premier Brisbane International tournament, after entering the draw as a lucky loser replacing Maria Sharapova; she defeated Jarmila Gajdosova and Daniela Hantuchova before losing in three sets to Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.

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2. Lesia Tsurenko continued her good run of form on the North American hardcourts, as she reached the third round at the Indian Wells Open as a qualifier; she defeated Ayumi Morita and Yaroslava Shvedova before falling to Petra Kvitova.

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3. Lesia Tsurenko's reached a new career-high ranking of No 60 in the world.

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4. In 2015, Lesia Tsurenko reached the quarterfinals of the Indian Wells Open, again as a qualifier, defeating Annika Beck, Andrea Petkovic, Alize Cornet and Eugenie Bouchard before retiring against Jelena Jankovic in the quarterfinals due to an ankle injury she suffered in defeating Bouchard.

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5. Lesia Tsurenko won her WTA third singles title in Acapulco, defeating Kristina Mladenovic in final.

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6. Lesia Tsurenko's defended her title in Acapulco as her fourth singles title by beating Stefanie Vogele in the final.

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7. Lesia Tsurenko's lost in the championship match to fifth seed Karolina Pliskova.

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8. Seeded 24th at the Australian Open, Lesia Tsurenko was defeated in the second round by Amanda Anisimova.

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9. Seeded 24th at the Indian Wells Open, Lesia Tsurenko made it to the third round where she lost to ninth seed Aryna Sabalenka.

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10. Lesia Tsurenko started her clay-court season at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Germany.

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11. At the Madrid Open, Lesia Tsurenko lost in round one to fourth seed Angelique Kerber.

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12. Seeded 27th at the French Open, Lesia Tsurenko reached the third round where she lost to third seed and defending champion Simona Halep.

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13. Seeded fourth at the first edition of the Zed Tennis Open, an ITF tournament in Egypt, Lesia Tsurenko reached the final where she lost to third seed Irina-Camelia Begu.

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14. Lesia Tsurenko won all three rounds of qualifying for the 2021 Wimbledon Championships and qualified for the main draw, but withdrew before her first-round match.

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