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Arina RodionovaVollständiger Name, Arina Ivanovna Rodionova. Land (Sport), Russland (–) Australien (– heute). Residenz, Melbourne, Australien. Geboren. Arina Rodionova. Land, Australien. Alter, 31 Jahre / cm / 60 kg. Vorhand, Rechtshänder (beidhändig). Geburtsort/Wohnsitz, Tambov. Preisgeld, 1,,$. Arina Rodionova ist eine russische Tennisspielerin, die seit für Australien antritt.
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Player Profiles -. Previous Matches. Arina Rodionova AUSTRALIA. Dec 15 Tambov, Russia. Overview Bio Matches Grand Slams Stats Rankings History Shop Gear.
More on Rodionova Personal Father, Ivan Rodionov, is a tennis coach; mother, Natalia Rodionova, is a homemaker; older sister, Anastasia, also plays tennis Career in Review - Fell 1r three times incl.
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Overview Bio Matches Grand Slams Stats Rankings History Shop Gear. Current Ranking. She achieved very modest results through much of the rest of the year, losing in the first or second round of most tournaments she entered.
In , Rodionova lost in the qualifying rounds of the Apia International Sydney and the Australian Open. She then competed in two more ITF events — losing in the second and first round, respectively.
She picked up form in ITF Mildura, reaching the semifinals. Rodionova then competed in three more tournaments, losing in the second round of all three.
She then failed to qualify in Copenhagen. Her best result of the year came at the WTA clay event Grand Prix SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem.
Each match lasted three sets. She took on Timea Bacsinszky in the first round, started well by winning the first set 6—2, but was forced to retire due a severe wrist injury she sustained while trailing 0—4 in the second set.
She was also forced to withdraw from the doubles competition, where she and Anastasia were the No. She missed a big part of the clay-court season to recover from the injury.
Rodionova returned in July; she was only able to make it past the first round in one of five ITF tournaments. However, she had a great result in Las Vegas , where she reached the semifinals.
She finished the year with two more early-round losses in Toyota and Dubai. Rodionova has played six seasons of World TeamTennis.
In , Rodionova was drafted by the Washington Kastles WTT Team, coached by Murphy Jensen. As a result of their match win undefeated regular season, the Kastles secured the top seed in the Conference Championships where they beat the Boston Lobsters.
In the WTT Finals the Kastles defeated the St. Louis Aces to capture the WTT Championship for the second time in its four-year existence, completing the first ever 16—0 season in WTT year history.
Rodionova was named "Female Rookie of the Year" just prior to the Championship match and later WTT Finals MVP. She continued to play for the Kastles from , and joined the San Diego Aviators for a season in It was announced she will be joining the Washington Kastles during the WTT season set to begin July 12 at The Greenbrier.
Arina Rodionova was born to Ivan and Natalia Rodionova and lives in Melbourne with her sister Anastasia.
And why exactly tennis? There wasn't any choice for me with my dad being a coach and my sister a professional tennis player, but in the end I think it's worked well!
Rodionova received Australian citizenship in January and married Australian rules footballer Ty Vickery in December From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
To avoid confusion and double counting, these charts are updated at the conclusion of a tournament or when the player's participation has ended.
Retrieved 7 November Australian Open girls' doubles champions. Women's Tennis Association : Top Australian female singles tennis players as of 14 September Ashleigh Barty 1 2.
Samantha Stosur 6 4. Maddison Inglis 5 5. Astra Sharma 6. Lizette Cabrera 6 7. Priscilla Hon 4 8. Arina Rodionova 10 9.
Destanee Aiava 9 Ellen Perez 9. Women's Tennis Association : Top Australian female doubles tennis players as of 14 September Ashleigh Barty 14 1 2.
Samantha Stosur 27 3. Ellen Perez 41 1 4. Storm Sanders 62 2 5. Arina Rodionova 72 3. Monique Adamczak 73 3 7. Astra Sharma 2 8.
Jessica Moore 3 9. Alison Bai 3.