Synonyms for olga_ianchuk or Related words with olga_ianchuk

lidziya_marozava              nastja_kolar              elizaveta_ianchuk              natela_dzalamidze              polina_leykina              kateřina_vaňková              cindy_burger              sviatlana_pirazhenka              anastasiya_komardina              réka_luca_jani              anastasiya_vasylyeva              michaela_hončová              valeriya_strakhova              sofia_shapatava              petra_krejsová              alyona_sotnikova              justyna_jegiołka              barbora_štefková              anna_shkudun              dalila_jakupović              anna_zaja              jana_fett              veronika_kapshay              ekaterina_yashina              marina_melnikova              olga_doroshina              chantal_škamlová              bernarda_pera              melanie_klaffner              ekaterine_gorgodze              julia_wachaczyk              pemra_özgen              mihaela_buzărnescu              laura_schaeder              ágnes_bukta              valentyna_ivakhnenko              maria_marfutina              sofiya_kovalets              xenia_knoll              dea_herdželaš              ilona_kremen              christina_shakovets              başak_eraydın              lenka_juríková              anne_schäfer              ksenia_palkina              zuzana_luknárová              cristina_dinu              sarah_rebecca_sekulic              polina_monova             



Examples of "olga_ianchuk"
Ianchuk's younger sister Olga Ianchuk is also a professional tennis player.
Françoise Abanda and Maria Sanchez won the title, defeating Olga Ianchuk and Irina Khromacheva in the final, 6–1, 6–3.
She then did much better in Baku by defeating 6-1,6-3 Oksana Kalashnikova to qualify, then in the main draw, qualifiers Olga Ianchuk (6-4,6-2) and Olga Savchuk (7-5,6-4), and then Donna Vekić (6-3,6-2), and in the semifinals she defeated 6-3,6-2 seed no.1 and World no.42 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, thus reaching her first WTA singles final (without losing any set) and entering Top 120 in the WTA rankings. She lost the final in 3 sets to Margarita Gasparyan (3–6, 7–5, 0–6).
In February, Abanda was selected for the first time to represent Canada at the Fed Cup. She lost her two matches of the World Group first round tie against the defending champion the Czech Republic. A week later, she reached the semifinals of the ITF 25K in Surprise. In March, she was awarded a wildcard for the Miami Open main draw, but was defeated by World No. 51 Kaia Kanepi in the opening round. In April at the Fed Cup World Group Play-offs, Abanda scored her first win over a Top 100 player when she upset World No. 33 Irina-Camelia Begu in the first match against Romania. She lost her second match in three sets to World No. 69 Alexandra Dulgheru. In May, she won her second professional doubles title after defeating Olga Ianchuk and Irina Khromacheva with partner Maria Sanchez at the ITF $50,000 in Charlottesville. At the Rogers Cup in August, Abanda was awarded a wildcard for the main draw in singles but lost in the opening round to World No. 16 Andrea Petkovic in three sets. She also advanced to the doubles second round with compatriot Heidi El Tabakh.