Results

ITF W50 Corroios-Seixal 07/11 12:00 26 [319] Sayaka Ishii v Anastasia Zakharova [160] 7-6,6-2
ITF W50 Corroios-Seixal 07/10 14:05 25 Angelina Voloshchuk v Anastasia Zakharova 0-6,0-6
Wimbledon Women 06/26 16:35 15 [159] Anastasia Zakharova v Gergana Topalova [229] 0-6,2-6
Wimbledon Women 06/25 13:20 14 [108] Laura Pigossi v Anastasia Zakharova [159] 7-6,2-6,5-7
WTA Birmingham 06/16 13:55 19 [163] Anastasia Zakharova v Camila Osorio [81] 0-6,6-4,3-6
WTA Birmingham 06/15 18:00 14 Ashlyn Krueger v Anastasia Zakharova CANC
French Open Women 05/24 11:40 19 [166] Anastasia Zakharova v Eva Lys [145] 3-6,7-6,1-6
French Open Women 05/22 16:55 15 [166] Anastasia Zakharova v Dalila Jakupovic [227] 6-4,6-2
French Open Women 05/21 17:05 14 [113] Anna Bondar v Anastasia Zakharova [166] 7-6,3-6,4-6
WTA Paris 05/15 11:25 25 [157] Anastasia Zakharova v Diane Parry [50] 6-3,1-6,1-6
WTA Saint-Malo 04/29 14:20 25 [155] Anastasia Zakharova v Celine Naef [167] 2-6,1-6
WTA Madrid 04/22 11:05 14 [155] Anastasia Zakharova v Daria Saville [96] 1-6,7-5,2-6

Wikipedia - Anastasia Zakharova

Anastasia Vladimirovna Zakharova (Russian: Анастасия Владимировна Захарова; born 18 January 2002) is a Russian tennis player.

Zakharova has career-high WTA rankings of 133 in singles and 93 in doubles. She has won twelve singles and eight doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit.

History

2021-2023: WTA Tour debut and first win

Zakharova made her WTA Tour main-draw debut at the 2021 Poland Open, where she received entry into the singles tournament as a lucky loser.

She recorded her first WTA Tour win at the 2023 Thailand Open in Hua Hin over Anna Karolína Schmiedlová.

2024: Grand Slam debut and first wins

Ranked No. 190, she qualified for the Australian Open, making her Grand Slam debut. She recorded her first wins at a major over Yulia Putintseva and Kaja Juvan.