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Aryna Sabalenka

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Full name: Aryna Siarhiejeuna Sabalenka
Alias: Arina Sergeyevna Sobolenko
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Bio Aryna SiarhiejeĊ­na Sabalenka is a professional tennis player from Belarus. She rose to prominence after leading the Belarus Fed Cup team to a runner-up finish in 2017 with Aliaksandra Sasnovich, despite both of them being ranked outside the top 75 at the time. Sabalenka has won four Women's Tennis Association (WTA) titles. She has a career-high WTA ranking of No. 9 in the world, which she achieved in February 2019.

Her father Sergey was a hockey player. Aryna started playing tennis by chance. She said, "One day, my dad was just driving me somewhere in the car, and on the way, he saw tennis courts. So he took me to the courts. I really liked it and enjoyed it and that's how it was. That's how it started." She began training at the National Tennis Academy in Minsk when it opened in 2014.
In 2015, the Belarusian Tennis Federation persuaded Sabalenka and her team to focus on playing low-level professional events instead of junior tournaments, even though she was still eligible to compete at the junior level at the time.
Sabalenka is a native of Minsk. She was unheralded as a junior and relatively unknown before her Fed Cup success as a teenager. Following the 2017 Fed Cup, she began having more success on the WTA Tour, reaching four finals in 2018 to go along with eight top-ten victories. Sabalenka has a very aggressive style of play, often accumulating high numbers of winners and unforced errors. With her height, she also has a very strong serve.
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