Azarenka: Is the World Number 11 Will Be Going To Make It Into The World Number 1?

Victoria Azarenka was given birth on July 31, 1989 in Minsk, Belarus. She is a competitive tennis player who became a Junior World Champion in 2005. She won the 2007 US Open Mixed Doubles Title with her partner Max Mirnyi, as well as the 2008 French Open with Bob Bryan. live in Scottsdale, Arizona and undergone her training in Marbella, Spain. On February 23, 2009, she achieved a career high of No. 11 in Singles.

In 2005, Azarenka got both the Australian and US Open as a Junior and was named the ITF Junior Girls World Title for that year. She was the pioneer player from Belarus to do that. She also triumphed her first ITF title in Petange, Luxembourg in the same season. In China, she reached her first pro-level semifinal, winning 3 qualitfying rounds and beating both Martina Such and Shuai Peng in the primary draw before being defeated by the event champ, Yan Zi.

Every morning Azarenka has been one of the first players out in the field to work out. She and her trainer, Mark Wellington, begin slowly. Headphones on, she swings her arms back and forth, then gently tosses and kicks a soccer ball with him. The drills plus the ball eventually speed up until both of them are quick-stepping to manage it in front of them. Usually, you will see tennis players take small intervals during those workouts and share a laugh with their trainer. But not Azarenka. When she can’t hit the ball, she stamps her foot in frustration.

The 19-year-old Azarenka won her first WTA Tour Singles Title earlier this year by winning the Brisbane International. The World No.14 Belorussian is now 13-1 this season. That only loss this year was against Serena Williams in the Australian Open, when Azarenka disappointingly had departed from the fourth-round match due to dizziness and illness.

Azarenka placed a 6-7 (4-7) 6-1 6-3 Quarterfinals victory over Safina, who was also aclaimed as the World’s No.1 ranking from Serena Williams by getting into the finals. But for Azarenka, she ran as an athlete filled with assurance after acquiring her first two career WTA Titles this season – in Brisbane and Memphis. Safina seemed to have the match in her grasp when she took a 3-1 lead in the third set, but she couldn’t hold on to the lead.

Shahar Pe’er’s excellent run in the Singles draw at Indian Wells came to an sudden end, but at the very least she could relieve herself with advancing to the Semi-finals of the doubles event a couple of hours later. Despite converting four of her five break points, Pe’er was on her back foot for most of the encounter with Azarenka governing the Israeli’s service games, breaking six times.

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