Aryna Sabalenka was born on May 5, 1998, in Minsk, Belarus. At the age of 6, she accidentally started playing tennis by her father’s wish. A young professional tennis player started her training sessions at the National Tennis Academy, Minsk, the capital of Belarus in 2014. Sabalenka loves to play in Hard, however, she is pretty good at other surfaces. In her junior-level career, the success rate is not good enough and ended with the best ranking of 225.
At the age of 14, A Belarusian entered into a professional career. She started to play on ITF Women’s circuit in 2012. At the end of 2014, she won her first professional match in Istanbul, Turkey.
In 2015 was a successful year for Aryna, who won three singles titles and one doubles title. At Antalya, Turkey She picked up two singles titles and one doubles title in $10,000 tournaments. Also, the third and final singles title, Sabalenka grabbed from Pune $25, 000 tournaments, India.
In particular, Sabalenka won the two $50,000 big titles in Tianjin, China and Toyota, Japan respectively in 2016. This time WTA $ 125,000 series she lifted the champions trophy in Mumbai, India, November 2017
she upset a few Top 10 players in the WTA Tour
Obviously, 2018 was an excellent year for Belarusian, She won the two premier 5 and 700 category titles in New Haven, America and Wuhan, China as well. Besides, she upset a few Top 10 players in the WTA Tour. Eventually, she was named as WTA Newcomer of the year and ranked in 11 positions.
Best of all, Aryna Sabalenka succeeded in three tournaments in China, such as Shenzhen, Wuhan and Zhuhai in the year 2019. Finally, she stepped up in WTA ranking 9 positions.
Sabalenka’s First title in 2020
At the beginning of 2020, Aryna lost at Shenzhen, Adelaide and Australian Open. In the Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Championship, she lost in the quarter-final against Simona Halep, Who won the 20th title at the 20th anniversary of Dubai Tennis.
Moreover, Sabalenka won the title in Qatar Open 2020. In finals, She beats Petra Kvitova(Czech Republic) by a score of 2-0(6-3, 6-3).
WTA Top Rank By Year(2015-2020)
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