Anastasija Sevastova. A. Sevastova. 1. 6. 0. 4. Lettland. Japan. N. Osaka. Naomi Osaka. 2. 3. 6. 6. Apia International. Australien. 1. Runde. 6. Sept. Anastasija Sevastova hat erstmals das Halbfinale bei einem Grand-Slam-Turnier erreicht. Am Donnerstag wartet bei den US Open nun Serena. Spielerprofil, Ergebnisse und Statistiken für Spieler: Anastasija Sevastova - Live Ergebnisse, Resultate, Spielerstatistik.
In Doha , Sevastova was eliminated in the third round by Simona Halep. Sevastova played for Latvia in the Fed Cup.
Despite Sevastova dropping her first match to Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova , Ostapenko won both of her singles rubbers, and after Sevastova defeated Ekaterina Makarova in the final singles rubber, Latvia advanced to World Group II.
In Madrid , Sevastova lost in second round to Kiki Bertens. Sevastova started grass-court season in Mallorca as the defending champion.
She lost in the final to Tatjana Maria. In the quarterfinals, she defeated defending champion Sloane Stephens in straight sets to reach her first major semifinal, where she lost to time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams in straight sets.
She lost to Caroline Wozniacki in straight sets but after the tournament, she made her career highest ranking No. Sevastova is a tactical, all-round player who uses varied shots to win points.
She possesses consistent and accurate groundstrokes, with both wings capable of producing winners. She also moves around the court well, and has good footwork.
She states that her backhand is her favourite shot. Possibly her biggest asset is her variety and resilience on court. She approaches the net a lot to finish points, and some of her best shots are her drop shots and slices, which are very difficult to retrieve.
She is sponsored by Yonex for her racquets and clothing. She uses the Yonex Ezone DR 98 racquet. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 27 June Retrieved 5 January Retrieved 28 June Retrieved 24 September Top European female singles tennis players as of 14 January Simona Halep 1 2.
Angelique Kerber 2 3. Caroline Wozniacki 3 4. Elina Svitolina 7 1. Kiki Bertens 9 8. Daria Kasatkina 10 9. Aryna Sabalenka 11 Anastasija Sevastova 12 1.
Top female singles tennis players from the Baltic states as of 31 December Anastasija Sevastova 11 2. Anett Kontaveit 20 1 3. Daniela Vismane 62 7.
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Sevastova at the US Open. Winner — Legend Grand Slam tournaments 0—0. Bucharest Open , Romania. China Open , Beijing.
Chan Yung-jan Martina Hingis. ITF Trnava , Slovakia. Naomi Cavaday Lesia Tsurenko. Caroline Rohde-Moe Midori Yamamoto.
Maria Marfutina Natalia Vikhlyantseva. Won 4—6, 6—1, 6—2 at Mallorca SF. Idols growing up were Steffi Graf and Andre Agassi Went into retirement in May but returned in "I decided to stop because it was depressing.
I had big back problems, some muscular problems, all the time getting fit then injured again - I was not happy, so I decided to stop and see how my body reacted.
Studied leisure management in Austria while on break Body started feeling better by end of so decided to give it another shot. Goerges ; advanced to three SFs at Dubai l.
Wozniacki , Madrid l. Goerges ; compiled five QF finishes at Charleston l. Siegemund , Stuttgart l. Halep , Bucharest l.
Bogdan , Bastad l. Siniakova and US Open l. Muguruza and Roland Garros l. Martic and seven 2r exits incl. Australian Open and Roland Garros ; fell 1r 10 times incl.
Wimbledon and in qualifying five times; returned to Top 50 debut on July 18 after Bucharest; rose from No.
Australian Open ; announced retirement in May. Australian Open ; fell 1r once and in qualifying four times incl. US Open ; fell 1r six times incl.
US Open ; fell 1r five times incl. Roland Garros and Wimbledon and in qualifying four times incl. Wimbledon ; won three singles titles and one doubles title on ITF Circuit.
Toyota Thailand Open presented by E. Ranking tabs singles Year Singles Doubles 12 57 16 86 35 - 94 45 83 - - See More. Week by week Year Month - Month - 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 Year - Year - Osaka outlasts Sevastova for first Australian Open quarterfinal.
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