Synonyms for valeriya_strakhova or Related words with valeriya_strakhova

natela_dzalamidze              anastasiya_komardina              olga_ianchuk              polina_leykina              elizaveta_ianchuk              ekaterina_yashina              başak_eraydın              lidziya_marozava              chantal_škamlová              melanie_klaffner              olga_doroshina              anna_shkudun              polina_monova              barbora_štefková              julia_terziyska              justyna_jegiołka              camilla_rosatello              anastasiya_vasylyeva              petra_krejsová              yana_sizikova              valentyna_ivakhnenko              sofia_shapatava              sarah_rebecca_sekulic              ksenia_palkina              aminat_kushkhova              anna_zaja              tamara_čurović              michaela_hončová              dea_herdželaš              sofiya_kovalets              sviatlana_pirazhenka              andrea_gámiz              réka_luca_jani              nina_stojanović              marina_melnikova              veronika_kapshay              christina_shakovets              despina_papamichail              cindy_burger              kateřina_vaňková              alyona_sotnikova              mihaela_buzărnescu              kamila_kerimbayeva              maria_marfutina              sofia_kvatsabaia              pemra_özgen              aleksandrina_naydenova              laura_schaeder              alina_silich              dalila_jakupović             



Examples of "valeriya_strakhova"
Natela Dzalamidze and Valeriya Strakhova won the title, defeating Kanae Hisami and Kotomi Takahata in the final, 6–2, 6–1.
Arina Rodionova and Valeriya Strakhova won the title, defeating Irina Khromacheva and İpek Soylu in the final, 6–1, 6–2.
In 2014, Lukić made a comeback after nearly a two-year absence, playing in the $10,000 ITF tournament in Sharm el-Sheikh (30 June – 6 July), where she lost her first round match to eventual finalist Jan Abaza 6–2, 6–1. She decided in agreement with her new coach, Mohamed El Ghazawy, that she would train and play in Sharm el-Sheikh until the end of the year, with plans to play outside of Egypt next year. In August, she won her first ITF doubles title (partnering Haine Ogata) in almost seven years and reached her first ITF singles final in more than two years, losing 4–6, 1–6 to Valeriya Strakhova. Following another final in early September, where she lost 7–6(2), 4–6, 3–6 to Anna Morgina, Lukić again faced Morgina in a finals rematch in the next tournament. This time Lukić won 6–4, 6–3 for her first singles title since making a comeback.