WTA Stuttgart 04/19 09:00 27 Elena Rybakina vs Jasmine Paolini View


WTA Stuttgart 04/18 10:30 26 [4] Elena Rybakina v Veronika Kudermetova [19] 7-6,1-6,6-4
WTA Miami 03/30 19:00 29 [53] Danielle Collins v Elena Rybakina [4] 7-5,6-3
WTA Miami 03/28 19:00 28 [4] Elena Rybakina v Victoria Azarenka [32] 6-4,0-6,7-6
WTA Miami 03/26 23:45 27 [9] Maria Sakkari v Elena Rybakina [4] 5-7,7-6,4-6
WTA Miami 03/25 18:00 26 [18] Madison Keys v Elena Rybakina [4] 3-6,5-7
WTA Miami 03/24 00:40 25 [72] Taylor Townsend v Elena Rybakina [4] 3-6,7-6,4-6
WTA Miami 03/22 00:50 24 [92] Clara Tauson v Elena Rybakina [4] 6-3,5-7,4-6
WTA Indian Wells 03/09 04:00 24 Elena Rybakina v Nadia Podoroska CANC
WTA Dubai 02/22 11:40 27 Jasmine Paolini v Elena Rybakina Walkover
WTA Dubai 02/21 09:35 26 [53] Magdalena Frech v Elena Rybakina [4] 6-7,6-3,4-6
WTA Dubai 02/20 11:15 25 [27] Victoria Azarenka v Elena Rybakina [4] Retired
WTA Doha 02/17 15:00 29 [1] Iga Swiatek v Elena Rybakina [4] 7-6,6-2

Wikipedia - Elena Rybakina

Elena Andreyevna Rybakina (born 17 June 1999) is a Russian-born Kazakhstani professional tennis player. She has a career-high singles ranking of world No. 3 by the WTA, making her the first Kazakhstani to be ranked in the world's top 10 and the current No. 1 Kazakhstani player. Rybakina is the first player from Kazakhstan to win a title at a major tournament, claiming the 2022 Wimbledon Championships. Rybakina has won seven titles on the WTA Tour, including two WTA 1000 titles at the 2023 Indian Wells Open and the 2023 Italian Open.

As a junior, Rybakina reached a career-high combined junior ranking of No. 3, contested two junior major semifinals, and won a Grade-A title at the Trofeo Bonfiglio in 2017. Born and playing as a Russian, Rybakina switched federations to Kazakhstan in June 2018, having just entered the top 200 for the first time a month earlier. Prior to the switch, she did not have an individual coach as a junior, and did not hire a traveling coach until early 2019. Her first consistent success on the WTA Tour came in mid-2019 and was highlighted by her first WTA Tour title at the Bucharest Open as well as her top 100 debut. Rybakina made a breakthrough in the 2020 season, during which she led the tour with five finals, including four in her first five events of the year. Rybakina is noted for her excellent serve and can generate high-powered groundstrokes. She plays primarily from the baseline and has good movement for her height.