Synonyms for sofia_shapatava or Related words with sofia_shapatava

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Examples of "sofia_shapatava"
Nina Bratchikova / Irena Pavlovic def. Marina Melnikova / Sofia Shapatava, 6–2, 6–4
Sofia Shapatava (; born 12 January 1989) is a Georgian tennis player.
Sofia Shapatava and Anna Tatishvili won the tournament, defeating Claire Feuerstein and Renata Voráčová in the final, 6–4, 6–4.
İpek Soylu, Lina Gjorcheska, Sofia Shapatava and Nina Stojanović were the four remaining semifinalists who were unable to continue the tournament.
Nina Bratchikova and Irena Pavlovic won the title, defeating Marina Melnikova and Sofia Shapatava in the final, 6–2, 6–4.
Marina Melnikova and Laura Pous Tió won the inaugural event, defeating Sofia Shapatava and Anastasiya Vasylyeva in the final, 6–4, 6–4.
İpek Soylu and Xu Shilin won the title, defeating Réka Luca Jani and Sofia Shapatava in the final, 7–5, 6–1.
Sofia Shapatava and Anna Tatishvili were the defending champions, but Tatishvili chose to compete at the Lorraine Open. Shapatava teamed up with Anastasiya Vasylyeva as the third seeds, but lost to Gabriela Dabrowski and Mariana Duque in the semifinals.
Due to the violent situations in Turkey caused by the 2016 Turkish coup d'état attempt, the tournament was abandoned without finishing the final. Ekaterine Gorgodze, Sofia Shapatava, Akgul Amanmuradova and Natela Dzalamidze were the four players left in the final.
On 6 February 2013, Kremen made her debut for the Belarus Fed Cup team, winning her first international rubber after her Georgian opponent Sofia Shapatava retired in the third set of their tie.
Valentyna Ivakhnenko and Marina Melnikova were the defending champions, but Ivakhnenko chose not to participate. Melnikova partnered up with Sofia Shapatava, but they lost in the quarterfinals to Réka-Luca Jani and Teodora Mirčić.
Veronika Kapshay and Ágnes Szatmári were the defending champions, but Szatmári chose not to participate. Kapshay partnered up with Julia Cohen but lost in the first round to Tatia Mikadze and Sofia Shapatava.
Bencic then remained in Japan for two $25,000 ITF tournaments. At the first one, held in Makinohara, she was the sixth seed and beat four Japanese players to advance to her first $25,000 ITF singles final, losing to Zarina Diyas of Kazakhstan. In doubles, she and partner Sofia Shapatava lost in the quarterfinals. The following week in Hamamatsu, Bencic was seeded fourth. She advanced to the semifinals without the loss of a set, where she was defeated by Eri Hozumi. In doubles, she and Shapatava advanced to the final, where the unseeded duo lost to the second seeds Shuko Aoyama and Junri Namigata in straight sets.
Following this loss, she headed to Rome to play a 25K tournament, but lost in the second round to Sofia Shapatava 2–6 7–6 (5) 6–4. Then, following another loss in the Quarterfinals of an ITF event in Poland and an early elimination in the qualifications at the Budapest Grand Prix, Paula's form improved when she qualified for the Gastein Ladies in Kitzbühel, Austria. She then lost in the first round of the main draw to María José Martínez Sánchez in straight sets.
Smith's 2009 season did not begin well. She won only one match out of her first eleven before going on to take the $10,000 ITF title in Felixstowe in July, beating Heather Watson in the semifinals and Tímea Babos in the final, 7–5 3–6 6–4. In her next tournament, a $10,000 ITF in Frinton, she again came up against Watson in the semifinals but was defeated in straight sets. After this she reached only one more quarterfinal for the rest of the year where she lost to Sofia Shapatava as a lucky loser, 2–6 7–6 6–7. By the end of 2009 her singles ranking had fallen to world no. 441.
Voskoboeva became the first woman to win a main draw singles match at the new event in Azerbaijan, the 2011 Baku Cup, by inflicting a 6–0, 6–0 win over Sofia Shapatava. She followed up this win by defeating 5th seed and doubles partner Monica Niculescu in the second round. She then went on to upset no. 2 seed Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in the quarterfinals with a 6–7, 6–4, 6–3 win, but lost to Ksenia Pervak in the semifinals. In doubles Voskoboeva and Niculescu are the first seeds. They crushed Georgian duo Tatia Mikadze and Sofia Shapatava.They pair beat wildcard Nigina Abduraimova and Kamilla Farhad in the quarterfinals, and advanced to the finals after defeating Daniela Dominikovic and Noppawan Lertcheewakarn, but lost to 2nd seeds Mariya Koryttseva and Tatiana Poutchek in a tough match.
Ahead of her return to the tour, Petkovic was worried that she had fallen behind: "I was really scared that I would not be able to compete with the top players and that I might not be able to get back to where I was. Your expectations once you were in the top 10 are to be back in the top 10. Not to be in the top 30 — you’re not going to be satisfied with that. I'm definitely scared of that." Petkovic made her second comeback of the year at the New Haven Open in mid-August. She beat Tímea Babos in the first round and lost to Dominika Cibulková in the second round. At her next three tournaments, the US Open in August, the Pan Pacific Open in September and the China Open in October, Petkovic was eliminated in the first round, by Romina Oprandi, Petra Martić, and Jelena Janković, respectively. After her defeat in China, Petkovic fell to world rank 192, her lowest since March 2009. She received a wildcard for the Generali Ladies Linz in October, beating Záhlavová-Strýcová in the first round and losing to Ana Ivanovic in the second round. She had much more success in her final two tournaments of the year, reaching the semifinals of the Luxembourg Open and the Royal Indian Open. In Luxembourg, she beat Garbiñe Muguruza, Janković, and Ksenia Pervak before losing to eventual winner Venus Williams. At the Royal Indian Open, she beat Sofia Shapatava, Chang Liu, and Nina Bratchikova before losing to eventual winner Elina Svitolina. By this time, her world ranking had risen to 126.