Alla Kudryavtseva

Alla Alexandrovna Kudrjawzewa (Russian Алла Александровна Кудрявцева; born November 3, 1987 in Moscow, then the Soviet Union) is a Russian tennis player.


Kudrjawzewa began at the age of seven years with the sport of tennis. She prefers to play on hard courts. In 2003 she had her first appearances at ITF tournaments. 2004, she was the qualifier in Moscow made ​​its debut on the WTA Tour.

Kudrjawzewa played her first Grand Slam tournament at the 2007 Australian Open. After her first round victory over Finland's Emma Laine ( 4:6, 6:2, 9:7 ), she lost in round two against Martina Hingis with 2:6 and 2:6. At the French Open in Paris, she defeated in the second round -seeded Gisela Dulko 29 Argentinerin 7:5, 1:6, 8:6. My third round match against seeded compatriot Maria Sharapova 2 they lost with 1:6 and 4:6.

For a big surprise she made in 2008 in the second round of Wimbledon when she defeated Sharapova set to 2 this time with 6:2, 6:4 here. In 2009, she conceded there a first round defeat against the seeded Elena Dementieva 4.

In 2010 she reached the Australian Open and Wimbledon in each round two. In Tashkent, she won a playoff victory over Jelena Wesnina her first and only WTA singles titles. In 2012 she achieved her best result in Melbourne at a Grand Slam tournament, as they pushed forward in the doubles tournament at the Australian Open quarter-finals.

In its sixth doubles title on the tour in January 2014 in Brisbane, it reached its best ever position in the double world ranking with number 25.

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