Synonyms for anna_danilina or Related words with anna_danilina

alena_tarasova              kamila_kerimbayeva              polina_monova              ekaterina_yashina              polina_leykina              anastasia_frolova              olga_doroshina              yuliya_kalabina              veronika_kudermetova              albina_khabibulina              eugeniya_pashkova              alina_silich              ksenia_kirillova              lidziya_marozava              daria_lodikova              valentyna_ivakhnenko              anastasiya_vasylyeva              anna_smolina              sviatlana_pirazhenka              anastasiya_komardina              sofia_kvatsabaia              anastasia_rudakova              daria_mironova              dea_herdželaš              alexandra_grinchishina              valentyna_ivakhnenko_kateryna_kozlova              michaela_hončová              natela_dzalamidze              maya_gaverova              maria_zharkova              elizaveta_ianchuk              mihaela_buzărnescu              veronika_kapshay              chantal_škamlová              olga_ianchuk              ksenia_palkina              polina_vinogradova              polina_pekhova              alexandra_artamonova              alona_fomina              kateryna_sliusar              anna_shkudun              tayisiya_morderger              sofiya_kovalets              julia_terziyska              viktoria_kamenskaya              ágnes_bukta              aleksandra_pospelova              isabella_shinikova              tamara_čurović             



Examples of "anna_danilina"
Kontaveit began her final year in junior tennis at the Australian Open. After some convincing wins, including over higher ranked opponents including Antonia Lottner and Anna Danilina, she lost in the semifinals to Kateřina Siniaková.
Anna Danilina (; born 20 August 1995 in Moscow) is a Kazakhstani tennis player. She previously represented Russia, her nation of birth, but switched allegiances in mid-2011 and has subsequently represented Kazakhstan.
Duval kicked off her 2012 season in May with a 10K ITF tournament in Sumter, South Carolina. She reached the final of the tournament, losing only one set in the first round against second seed Elizabeth Ferris. Appearing in her first professional singles final, she was defeated by Louisa Chirico, 4–6, 3–6. The following week, she remained in South Carolina for another 10K event in Hilton Head Island, where she lost in the quarterfinals. Duval then took a break from the pro circuit to play the Under 18 USTA National Championships. Seeded 17th, she beat Monica Lin, 6–0, 6–1 in the first round. She went on to beat Alexandria Chatt, 6–0, 6–3 in the next round. With two more straight-set wins and two tougher tests, Duval made the final against Alexandra Kiick, whom she beat, 3–6, 6–1, 6–0, to claim the title. Due to her winning the nationals, she was awarded a wildcard into the main draw of the senior US Open. However, she lost to former world No. 1 and three-time champion Kim Clijsters, 3–6, 1–6, in the first round. Duval was also given a wildcard for the main draw of the junior tournament, where she beat Russian Varvara Flink, 7–5, 6–0, in the first round. In the second round, she drew third seed and junior 2012 Wimbledon champion Eugenie Bouchard, and defeated her 2–6, 6–1, 6–4, the biggest upset of the girls tournament to that point. She backed up this win by defeating Kathinka von Deichmann of Liechtenstein 6–2, 6–2 to advance to the quarterfinals of a Grand Slam for the first time. In the quarterfinals, she upset ninth seed Anna Danilina 6–3, 3–6, 6–2. However, her run came to an end in the semifinals when she was defeated by twelfth seed Anett Kontaveit 6–2, 7–6.