Akgul Amanmuradova

Akgul Amanmuradova ( born June 23, 1984 in Tashkent) is an Uzbekistani tennis player.

  • 3.1 Individual


Amanmuradova, who prefers to play on hard court, began at the age of ten years with the sport of tennis.

Between 2001 and 2013 she performed for the Uzbek Fed Cup team total of 66 games, of which they won 36. In 2008, she marked with 50th place in the individual their best-ever listing in the WTA world rankings. In January 2010 it even reached number 36 ranking in a double -

She began her professional career in 2000 at the WTA tournament in Tashkent (Category: International). In 2005, she reached right there in their home for the first time a playoff on the tour, which she lost to Krajicek Michaëlla 0:6, 6:4, 3:6. In 2009 she managed the finals there again, this time it put a defeat against Shahar Peer ( 3:6, 4:6 ).

Her first WTA title she could celebrate in 2009 when racing tournament in Eastbourne in the doubles competition. With her doubles partner Ai Sugiyama won the final against the pairing Rennae Stubbs / Samantha Stosur in two straight sets.

Your first major sporting success in individual celebrated 2010 in Cincinnati (Category: Premier 5), where she reached the second round as a qualifier and the top seed Jelena Janković ausschaltete before they defeated in the quarterfinals Ana Ivanović with 1:6 and 3:6. That same year, she stood at the WTA tournament in Tashkent and Moscow respectively in the quarterfinals. In Moscow she reached the doubles together with the Bulgarian Darya Kustova even the semi-finals.

On the side of Su -wei Hsieh she missed in 2011 when clay tournament in Barcelona against Vladimira Uhlířová / Natalie Grandin just the finals, before in the final of Strasbourg along with Chuang Chia -jung, another Taiwanese, against just this pairing her second WTA Title secured. At the U.S. Open, she reached the third round in singles and in Tashkent on the side of Alexandra Panova another semifinals in doubles.

Then they played some ITF tournaments before they successfully back in 2012 reported to the WTA tournament in Pattaya on the side of Kimiko Date Krumm, a semi-final on the tour. The rest of the season was down to the quarter-finals rather modest in Båstad ( with Kateryna Bondarenko ) and the new semi-final in Tashkent ( Vitalia Diatchenko with ).

2013, it stood then at the WTA tournament in Pattaya this time even in the final, in which they, however, Date - Krumm and Casey Dellacqua was beaten clearly along with Panowa. After the French Open Amanmuradova put up at the end of a break.

Tournament Win


Performance at Grand Slam tournaments