Maria Kirilenko Net Worth
Maria Kirilenko's Net Worth is 8 Million
In 2002, Kirilenko ended up plainly one of the most youthful champs of the Canadian Open and US Open junior competitions.
Toward the finish of 2005, she moved move down the rankings and won her initially title in Beijing. On 12 June 2006, she broke into the world’s best 20 out of the blue. Kirilenko was likewise the sprinter up to Nicole Pratt at the 2004 AP Tourism Hyderabad Open.
Kirilenko influenced her introduction for Russia at the Fed To glass competition in April 2006. In the World Group quarterfinal tie against Belgium, Kirilenko lost her singles coordinate against 2005 US Open champion Kim Clijsters, however joining forces with Dinara Safina, won her pairs coordinate against Justine Henin and Clijsters. Be that as it may, Russia wound up losing, 2– 3.
At the 2006 US Open, Kirilenko was seeded twentieth and achieved the third round, before losing to Aravane Rezaï.
In January 2007, she progressed to the third round of the Australian Open, before being crushed by third-seed Svetlana Kuznetsova. She at that point contended in the Toray Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo, where she progressed to the second round, irritating world No. 15 Shahar Pe’er of Israel, before being crushed by Ai Sugiyama. She at that point contended in the Dubai Tennis Championships, where she achieved the second round, before losing in a nearby match to Daniela Hantuchová.
Kirilenko was seeded 27th at the Australian Open yet lost to future best five players Sara Errani in the first round.
In the Dubai pairs competition, Kirilenko cooperated with Agnieszka Radwanska, and despite the fact that they were unseeded, they achieved the last, in the long run losing to Liezel Huber and Cara Black, the world No. 1 copies matching around then.
Kirilenko started the year by contending in the ASB Classic, where she achieved the quarterfinals, previously losing to Shahar Pe’er. With a world positioning around then of 58, Kirilenko was unseeded at the Australian Open, wherein the first round she agitates her companion, previous copies accomplice, 2008 champion and fourteenth seed Maria Sharapova, 7– 6(4), 3– 6, 6– 4, in a 3-hour, 22-minute marathon.
She contended at the Hong Kong Tennis Classic and won the Gold Group Championship with her comrades Vera Zvonareva and Yevgeny Kafelnikov. At the Australian Open, she neglected to guard her quarterfinal calls attention to being thumped out in the second round. Be that as it may, in the pair’s rivalry, she achieved the last, joined forces with Victoria Azarenka, yet lost to Pennetta and Dulko.
Kirilenko started her 2012 season in Sydney where she didn’t achieve the principle draw in the wake of losing against Sofia Arvidsson in the second round of capabilities. From that point forward, she achieved the third round of the Australian Open by overcoming Gajdosiva in the first and Wozniak in the second.
At the Australian Open, Kirilenko made it to the Round of 16 where she lost to Serena Williams in straight sets. On February 3 she won the Pattaya Open, beating Sabine Lisicki 5– 7, 6– 1, 7– 6(1) in the last. She at that point won her initially singles coordinate in Fed Cup when Russia beat Japan in the first round in straight sets against Kimiko Date-Krumm.
Kirilenko was not recorded on any section records for 2014 competitions, as yet recuperating from the knee damage endured in the Tournament of Champions in Sofia. She missed the Australian Open because of the damage.
Subsequent to missing the combine of Premier Mandatory occasions at Indian Wells and Miami, Kirilenko made her damage rebound at the Family Circle Cup in Charleston, however, was vexed in her initially coordinate by Swiss qualifier Belinda Bencic, who in the long run contacted her first WTA elimination round.
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Maria Kirilenko Biography
Maria Yuryevna Kirilenko-Stepanova conceived 25 January 1987 in Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. She is a Russian tennis player. She won the 2002 US Open Girls’ Singles and won her first WTA Tour title in 2005, overcoming Anna-Lena Grönefeld in the China Open. She has achieved three Grand Slam singles quarterfinals, at the 2010 Australian Open the 2012 Wimbledon Championships and the 2013 French Open. In duplicates, she has achieved two Grand Slam pairs finals, at the 2011 Australian Open and the 2012 French Open, won the 2012 WTA Tour Championships and was a bronze medalist at the 2012 London Olympics. In June 2013, Kirilenko contacted her vocation high positioning of world No. 10.
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