Victoria Azarenka, Australian Open women's singles winner 2012

Victoria Azarenka

Victoria Azarenka (born July 31, 1989) is a Belarus national tennis player. He won the U.S. Open championship in 2007 and the French Open in 2008. Plays the body 183 cm and weight 66 kg.
Until 2011, a record which he noted was 296 wins and 122 losses.

Victoria Azarenka won the 2012 Australian Open women's singles after beating Maria Sharapova 6-3 6-0. Here are some facts about Victoria Azarenka until finally he won the 2012 Australian Open and next week will be the world's number one player.

Early Life

Born July 31, 1989 in Minsk, Belarus

Started his professional career in 2003

At age 14 moved to Scottsdale, Arizona for practice, where he was assisted by the family of NHL players, Nikolai Khabibulin to the United States assimilate to life.

Won the Australian Open and U.S. Open junior (singles) in 2005.

Important moments of Career Professionals

 To record the first victory against world number 20 of the world is beating the world number 13 Nicole Vaidisova of the Czech Republic in 2006.
 Received his first title in Brisbane in 2009, defeating Marion Bartoli (France) in the final.

 Successfully took the victory in the first set against Serena Williams at the Australian Open but had to resign after trailing 2-4 in the second set, the attack Heatwave, which at that time the temperature reaches 40 degrees celcius.

 Caroline Wozniacki beat Memphis in the final tournament and defeated Serena Williams in the final tournament in Miami in order to achieve a remarkable victory by winning 24 of 26 games and won three tournaments.

Reached the quarterfinals of the French Open and Wimbledon, the best achievement in Grand Slam tournaments and reached # 7 of the world by the end of the year.

 Faced again with Serena Australian Open quarter-finals 2010, won back a set of world number one but eventually lost 4-6 7-6 6-2.

 Knocked out in first round of French Open and lost to Petra Kvitova in the third round of Wimbledon.

 Back to the tennis tournament before the U.S. Open hardcourts and won the Stanford title, defeating Sharapova, before finally reaching the semifinals in Montreal tournament.

 Forced to resign from the 2010 U.S. Open in the second half against Gisela Dulko because of collapsing on the field. Then he said had a concussion from falling and banging his head on the ground while warming up before the match, a result he felt dizzy and her vision became blurred.

5 Big World

Achieving rank fifth of the world in April and became the highest-ranking Belarusian player when it is ranked fourth of the world on May 9.

 Reached the quarterfinals of the French Open, losing to Li Na (China), which eventually became champions.

 Continuing to achieve good performance in the first smifinal Wimbledon but lost to Petra Kvitova against eventual champion.

 Return to lose against Petra Kvitova in the final WTA Championships final (Istanbul) and it is ranked third by the end of the world under Petra Kvitova and Caroline Wozniacki.

 Winning the Sydney before joining the 2012 Australian Open by beating Li Na in the final.

Fierce Fight at the 2012 Australian Open semi-final against defending champion Kim Clijsters in three sets.

 Became the first Belarus reached a Grand Slam final since Natasha Zvereva defeated Steffi Graf 6-0 6-0 of the French Open in 1988.

Conquer Maria Sharapova 6-3 6-0 in Final 2012 Australian Open to reach his first grand slam and took over as world number one from Caroline Wozniacki.

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