Synonyms for pemra_özgen or Related words with pemra_özgen

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Examples of "pemra_özgen"
Pemra Özgen (born 8 May 1986 in Istanbul) is a Turkish tennis player.
Back on the ITF women's circuit, Moore reached the finals of both the singles and the doubles tournamant of the $25K Woking tournament on outdoor hardcourt. She lost the singles final to Pemra Özgen of Turkey, 6–3 5–7 6–7(10), having held matchpoints. However, she and her Russian partner, Marta Sirotkina, won the doubles, beating the Japanese partnership of Mari Tanaka and Kanae Hisami in the final.
Following problems in late 2016/early 2017 from recurring back spasms, Swan returned at the Soho Square Egypt Women's Future in Sharm El Sheikh, winning the USD15,000 tournament by beating the Turkish player Pemra Özgen 6-3, 6-1 in the final. Followed in March with another tournament win, again at Sharm El Sheikh against German player Julia Wachaczyk 6-4, 7-5 in the final, putting Swan into the top ten United Kingdom female players.
She started playing again at an 25k event in Civitavecchia, Italy. She won against Anna Floris, but lost to eventual tournament winner María Teresa Torró Flor in tow sets. In the following week she reached the semifinals at 25k Tunis, defeating Çağla Büyükakçay, Pemra Özgen and Ana Savić all in straight sets. She was beaten in three sets by Poland's Sandra Zaniewska. She played 50k Saint-Gaudens and beat Melanie Oudin and Edina Gallovits-Hall in the first two rounds before losing to former world no. 15 Aravane Rezaï in the quarterfinals.
Büyükakçay did not contest many junior tournaments, only playing four before competing at the senior level. After a few aborted starts, Büyükakçay played her first professional match at a 10K ITF event in Istanbul in May 2004. Losing in the qualifying draw, she would play two more tournaments during the 2004 season. She won her first ever Fed Cup match in 2005, partnering Pemra Özgen to defeat Stephanie Pace and Stephanie Sullivan of Malta. She made her WTA debut at the 2005 İstanbul Cup, but lost to Elena Vesnina in the first round. She continued to compete in 10K and 25K ITF events for the remainder of the year.
Büyükakçay had an exceptional 2010 season – she remained undefeated during the Fed Cup, winning three singles matches and dropping only four games in the process. She followed up her Fed Cup success the following week, winning the biggest singles title of her career at a 25K tournament in Kharkiv. She won another 25K title in Valladolid in July before returning to Istanbul to play at the İstanbul Cup. Having bowed out in the first round to Elena Baltacha, she entered the doubles draw with Pemra Özgen and reached the semifinals. It was the first WTA-level semifinal in her career – in singles or doubles. She went on to make history when she entered the US Open qualifying draw. Although she lost in the qualifying first round, it was a major achievement in that no other Turkish woman had previously entered qualifying of a grand slam. She continued on the tour and reached another final in Esperance, losing to Sacha Jones of New Zealand. Her first 2011 tournament was the Australian Open, winning one qualifying match before going down to Corinna Dentoni. She began to combine her schedule with more WTA events but did not reach another final until July, when she lost to Garbiñe Muguruza in Caceras. At the US Open, she lost in the second round of qualifying to Mandy Minella of Luxembourg. In October, she lost in the final of a 25K ITF event in Netanya, narrowly losing to Dinah Pfizenmaier in three sets. However, she did win the doubles crown with Pemra Özgen for her fifteenth doubles title.
Büyükakçay began the 2006 season in Ramat HaSharon, but fell there in qualifying to Katariina Tuohimaa. She did not win a main draw match until April, when she made it to the second round of a 10K tournament in Chennai. She again played for Turkey in Fed Cup, registering a straight-sets win over Olfa Dhaoui of Tunisia. She partnered again with Pemra Özgen, this time double bageling Sigurlaug Sigurdardottir and Iris Staub of Iceland. She reached her first singles and doubles finals simultaneously in Antalya, losing the singles final but winning the doubles with Alena Bayarchyk. She continued mainly on the ITF tour but would not reach another final until September, when she made it to the final of in Istanbul. Büyükakçay continued to gain experience during the 2007 season, recording her first ever singles title in Istanbul.
Vitalia participated in the 2011 Tatarstan Open in singles and doubles. Alexandra Panova was her doubles partner. Vitalia was seeded 5th in the singles and 1st in the doubles. In the first round of the singles, Vitalia defeated Evgeniya Pashkova 6–1, 6–1. In the second round, Vitalia beat Pemra Özgen 6–3, 6–2. In the quarterfinals, Vitalia beat Valentyna Ivakhnenko 6–2, 6–2. In the semifinals, Vitalia retired against the wildcard (and eventual champion), Yulia Putintseva, after suffering an ankle injury. In the doubles, after winning their first round and quarterfinal matches, Vitalia and Alexandra faced the 3rd seeds, Evgeniya Rodina and Valeria Solovyeva in the semifinals. Vitalia and Alexandra won 6–3, 6–2. Due to Vitalia suffering an injury in the semifinals of the singles, she was unable to play the doubles final and so the 2nd seeds, Ekaterina Ivanova and Andreja Klepač, got a walkover.