Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova is a Russian tennis player, winner of many international competitions held under the auspices of WTA and ITF. Repeatedly won in Junior Grand Slam tournaments in both singles and doubles. As part of the Russian team reached the Cup final of the Federation.
Biography of the sportswoman
Pavlyuchenkova Anastasia Sergeevna was born in July 1991 in Samara. In the family of the future tennis player, almost all in their time engaged in different kinds of sports. Her grandmother played basketball at a professional level, my mother participated in various swimming competitions, and my father took part in rowing. This family of Pavlyuchenkovs also instilled this love of sport for their children.
Nastya first stepped on the tennis court at 6 years old. The first coach was her mother, then with her older brother Alexander.
The debut of the Russian tennis player at the international competitions took place in 2004. At the tournament in Poland, she immediately managed to break into the semifinals, forcing many experts to talk about themselves as a very promising athlete.
The first successes came to a young tennis player at the age of 14. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova paired with Yulia Solonitskaya won the ITF tournament, which was held in St. Petersburg.
A year later the athlete became the best in singles at the competitions in the Italian Casale-Monferrato. Also in a duet with Evgenia Rodina Anastasia won the tournament in Podolsk. Thanks to these victories Pavlyuchenkova became the first racket of the world among juniors.
In 2007, when it became clear to everyone that a young Russian woman was waiting for a bright future in tennis, her family decided on a very serious step. In order for Anastasia to be more productive in training, her parents sold the car and moved to a more modest apartment. With the proceeds, they were able to pay for the residence and study of their daughter in France, where her coach became the famous mentor Patrick Mutorgla.
And the results did not take long. This year Pavlyuchenkova Anastasia, tennis for which became almost the meaning of life, won in doubles at ITF tournaments in Le Contain-Monju, Minsk and Poitiers. It is noteworthy that all these competitions were held on hard coverings, which became "crown" for the Russian sportswoman.
This year Anastasia made her debut at the Grand Slam tournaments. On the courts of Wimbildon, she managed to qualify, but stopped at the stage of the first round.
2008 started for Anastasia very well. Within two weeks, she won the doubles at three ITF tournaments - in Vsevolozhsk, Moscow and the Belgian Torhaut. A month later, in a duet with Romanian tennis player Sorana Krysti, she won for the first time the competitions held under the auspices of the WTA, which took place in the Moroccan Fez.
Another four ITF tournaments Pavlyuchenkova triumphed in singles. In addition to the competition on the carpet in Minsk, it has become the best on the hard in Moscow, Poitiers and Bratislava.
Relatively successful Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova performed this year and in the Grand Slam tournaments. On the courts in France and the US, she made it to the second round, and in Wimbildon - the third.
Gradually acquiring in priceless competitions an invaluable sporting experience, Anastasia improved her skills every year. In 2010, she won for the first time in singles at the WTA tournament in Monterrey, and then repeated her achievement in Istanbul.
Thanks to good results Pavlyuchenkova Anastasia, whose rating in the list of the best tennis players of the world was at a record thirteenth mark for her, was invited to the national team to participate in the Federation Cup. Here, Russia reached the finals, where she lost to the Czech Republic.
In 2013, Pavlyuchenkova began training under the leadership of the former legendary tennis player Martina Hingis. In January, Anastasia won the doubles tournament tournament in Brisbane, then won again in Monterrey. In May, the sportswoman became the best single player in the competitions in the Portuguese Oeirashe, and in September, in a duet with Polka Agnieszka Radwanska, she celebrated in Seoul.
At the Universiade in Kazan, the tennis player won a gold medal in doubles and silver in the team event. In the Federation Cup, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in the Russian national team again reached the finals, where she was defeated by Italy.
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova continues to please her fans with a magnificent game and victories at prestigious tournaments. On a positive note for her, began in 2017 - she won the doubles in the competition in Sydney.
Life outside tennis
Despite the tight schedule of trainings and performances, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova finds time for entertainment. She likes to attend football matches, go to the movies. Also it can often be seen on various fashion shows.