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Victoria Azarenka

tennis player
Full name: Victoria Fyodorovna Azarenka
Born July 31, 1989 in Minsk, Belarus (former Soviet Union)
Height 6'0'' (183cm)
Weight 154 lbs (70)
Plays Right-handed
Coach Wim Fisette (2018–)
Bio Victoria Fyodorovna Azarenka was born on 31 July 1989 in Minsk, Byelorussian SSR, Soviet Union to Alla and Fyodor Azarenka in a middle-class Catholic family. She has an elder brother Max.professional tennis player. She is a former world No. 1 in singles and was the year-end No. 1 in 2012. Azarenka has won 20 WTA singles titles, eight WTA doubles titles, and three mixed-doubles titles. She has won two Australian Open singles titles (2012 and 2013), becoming the only Belarusian player, male or female, to win a Grand Slam singles title.

Her other major achievements include winning six Premier Mandatory tournaments including the Sunshine Double in 2016, the singles bronze medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, two mixed doubles Grand Slam titles—the 2007 US Open with Max Mirnyi and the 2008 French Open with Bob Bryan—and the gold medal in the mixed doubles at the 2012 Summer Olympics with Max Mirnyi.

Her tennis idol is German former player Steffi Graf. In an interview, Azarenka stated: "Graf's Calendar Golden Slam in 1988 is my biggest motivation."
At age 15, Azarenka moved full-time to Scot,tsdale, Arizona, United States, from Minsk, Belarus, to train and live. In this she was aided by National Hockey League goalie Nikolai Khabibulin and his wife, who is a friend of Azarenka's mother.
Azarenka debuted on the ITF junior tour in November 2003 in Israel, winning one doubles title with countrywoman Olga Govortsova. At Wimbledon, Azarenka reached the semifinals of the girls' competition, only to be defeated by eventual runner-up Ana Ivanovic, despite having two match points in the marathon third set. She continued to participate in ITF tournaments in 2004, and at the end of the season she had a rank of 508 on WTA singles tour.

Azarenka had a successful year in 2005, winning two junior Grand Slams: the Australian (she would eventually win the seniors' competition in 2012 and 2013) and US championships. She ended the season as the junior world No. 1 and was named the 2005 World Champion by the ITF, becoming the first Belarusian to do so. In addition, she reached her first semifinal on the main tour in Guangzhou, China. She went from the qualifying draw of the tournament to the main draw, where she defeated Martina Suchá and Peng Shuai, before losing to the eventual champion Yan Zi.
In 2012, she became registered in Monaco but in August 2013 she purchased a large ocean-overlooking house as her principal residence where she lives in Manhattan Beach, California. Azarenka is fluent in Belarusian, Russian, and English and has some handling of French and Ukrainian.

Azarenka dated American musician Redfoo between late 2012 and early 2014. Azarenka has spoken openly about her experience of depression during her injury-induced absence from professional tennis in 2014.

Azarenka and former boyfriend Billy McKeague, have one son, Leo, born 19 December 2016. Following his split from her immediately after 2017 Wimbledon, they became involved in a complicated legal child custody case for their son in Los Angeles in August 2017. Azarenka then withdrew from remaining 2017 tournaments.
In January 2018 a tabloid news website reported that Azarenka had won an early round of the U.S. custody proceedings where a Los Angeles County judge ruled that McKeague and Azarenka's child custody case should not take place in Los Angeles County of their U.S. born son but in Belarus. In April 2018 Azarenka returned to the tour, competing in Europe in the Madrid Open, the Italian Open, and later the French Open.
In December 2018, California Courts of Appeal ruled that Los Angeles County Superior Court has jurisdiction over their child custody case, overturning the initial Los Angeles County Superior Court Belarus jurisdiction decision.
Tournament AO RG W US Win-Loss
2006 R128 R128 R128 R32 2-4
2007 R32 R128 R32 R16 7-4
2008 R32 R16 R32 R32 9-4
2009 R16 QF QF R32 13-4
2010 QF R128 R32 R64 7-4
2011 R16 QF SF R32 14-4
2012 CH R16 SF RU 21-3
2013 CH SF R64 RU 19-3
2014 QF A R64 QF 9-3
2015 R16 R32 QF QF 13-4
2016 QF R128 A A 4-2
2017 A A R16 A 3-1
2018 A R128 R64 R32 3-3
2019 R128 R64 R32 R128 3-4
2020 A R64 A RU 7-2
Win-Loss 39-10 23-13 32-13 40-13 134-49