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Wimbledon, US Open); fell 1r once (Australian Open - ret. Sugiyama w/left ankle sprain from Hobart); had equal-most match wins on season (65 - tied with Jankovic).2007 - Near-Top 20 season (finishing No.23); best results in first three and a half months were runner-up finish at Auckland (l. Australian Open); reached 2r once; fell 1r twice; missed four months from mid-April to mid-August w/left wrist injury from Charleston (incl. Williams); QF five times at Amelia Island, Charleston, Los Angeles, Moscow and Linz; reached 4r four times (incl.
to Jankovic); QF four times at Auckland, Bangalore, Indian Wells and Stuttgart; reached 4r once (Roland Garros), 3r twice and 2r six times (incl. Safina w/left wrist injury), QF at Indian Wells and 4r twice (incl.
Works with International Rett Syndrome Foundation to increase awareness and raise funds for research (Rett Syndrome is a nervous system disorder that leads to developmental reversals); after 2010 US Open, donated portion of prize money and went to Russia to help create organizing committee for Russian Rett Syndrome Foundation (also serves on board of directors). to Dementieva); only early losses in second half of season were 2r at San Diego and 3r at Cincinnati); set new career-highs of No.4 on September 13 (after US Open), No.3 on October 11 (after Beijing) and No.2 on October 25 (going into WTA Finals).2009 - Another Top 10 season (finishing No.9); went 20-3 to start, winning two WTA titles at Pattaya City (d. Ivanovic in final), reaching first Grand Slam SF at Australian Open (l. Australian Open and Wimbledon); fell 1r five times; missed most of summer w/left ankle sprain (withdrew from Los Angeles, Toronto, US Open and Beijing); began season at No.11 but dropped to No.42 by year-end rankings; won one WTA doubles title.2004 - Another Top 20 season (finishing No.11); won one WTA title at Memphis (d. Australian Open); made Top 20 debut on June 9 (after Roland Garros; rose from No.21 to No.20).2002 - First Top 100 season; runner-up once at Palermo (l. Wimbledon); fell 1r three times and in qualifying three times; made Top 100 debut on June 10 (after Roland Garros; rose from No.142 to No.90) and Top 50 debut on September 9 (after US Open; rose from No.57 to No.49); won one singles title on ITF Circuit.2001 - Fell in WTA qualifying twice.2000 - Played first WTA main draw at Moscow, reaching 2r (as WC, l.
SINGLESWinner (12): 2011 - Doha, Baku; 2010 - Pattaya City; 2009 - Pattaya City, Indian Wells; 2008 - Prague, Guangzhou; 2006 - Birmingham, Cincinnati; 2005 - Memphis; 2004 - Memphis; 2003 - Bol. Radwanska 16 62 75 in RR, holding 3mp at 5-3 third set); QF four times at Stuttgart, Eastbourne, US Open (l. to Cibulkova); reached 4r once (Roland Garros), 3r six times (incl. to Clijsters), another two finals at Montréal and Beijing (l. to Safina), QF at Dubai and 3r runs at Miami and Charleston (ret. Razzano w/right ankle injury); made Top 5 debut on February 2 (after Australian Open; rose from No.7 to No.5); also won one WTA doubles title; right ankle injury from Charleston caused withdrawal from clay court season (Stuttgart, Rome, Madrid, Roland Garros); returned in June and best results rest of season were two QFs at Los Angeles and Beijing; also reached 4r once (US Open - l. Raymond in final); runner-up twice at Cincinnati (l. to Kournikova); won one singles title on ITF Circuit.1999 - Played first event of career on ITF Circuit.
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I love running, and I had been taking part in different competitions in Moscow, but for fun, not professionally, just different five or 10K runs.
I was doing those and he loves running as well, so that's how we met."He came with me to a couple of tournaments, but then I couldn't continue.
DOUBLESWinner (6): 2012 - Australian Open (w/Kuznetsova); 2009 - Indian Wells (w/Azarenka); 2006 - Auckland (w/Likhovtseva), US Open (w/Dechy); 2005 - Berlin (w/Likhovtseva); 2004 - Moscow (w/Myskina). Tanasugarn in final), runner-up finish at Charleston (l. Wimbledon - withdrew prior to match w/Razzano w/right ankle injury) and 2r twice; fell 1r twice; fell in RR at WTA Finals (was alternate - l. to Erakovic 26 76(6) 75; held 3mp - 1mp at 6-5 in second set tie-break and 2mp at 5-3 third set); reached 2r three times (incl. Australian Open); struggled w/right shoulder injury throughout season (withdrew from Marrakech, Montréal, Beijing and Tianjin).2013 - Did not play (withdrew from all events w/right shoulder injury - underwent surgery in February).2012 - Lowest finish in 11 years after injury and illness-marred season (finishing No.98); played 10 events from January to July, reaching QF twice at Pattaya City and Charleston, 3r four times (incl. Australian Open) and fell 1r three times; did not play any events after Katowice in mid-April.2014 - Played five events during first half of season (finishing No.251); best results were 3r at Wimbledon (l. Australian Open, Wimbledon and Olympics) and 2r twice, and falling 1r twice; also won won second Grand Slam doubles title at Australian Open (w/Kuznetsova); struggled in that stretch with various ailments, first left hip injury (retired in Pattaya City QF and Doha 2r and withdrew from Dubai), illness (withdrew prior to Indian Wells 3r match), right shoulder injury (withdrew from Stuttgart, Rome, Roland Garros and Eastbourne) and upper respiratory illness (retired in Wimbledon 3r); then missed all post-Olympics events w/illness (withdrew from Montréal, Cincinnati, US Open, Québec City, Tokyo [Pan Pacific] and Beijing).2011 - Fourth Top 10 season (finishing No.7); won two WTA titles at Doha (d. Pervak in final); runner-up twice at Carlsbad and Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (l. Radwanska both times); SF six times at Australian Open (l. It happened really fast, and then I became a mom this summer."It's all different, being away from tennis and being a mom, but it's great as well."Zvonareva's injury struggles began not long after she and Kuznetsova won the women's doubles title at the 2012 Australian Open.Two truncated comeback attempts - the most recent ending last spring - sent her back towards more pursuable passions like academics and athletics, the latter of which she shares with husband Alexander."I met my husband about four or five years ago; we met during a run.