Amanda Anisimova

Birth Day August 31st, 2001
Birth Place Freehold Township, New Jersey
Age 22 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Virgo

Amanda Anisimova is an American professional tennis player and also she is the youngest player ranked in the top 100 by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA). She has a career-high ranking of No. 51 in the world. She won her first WTA title at the Copa Colsanitas in April 2019 at the age of 17. She also became the first American finalist at the French Open girls' singles tournament in 14 years. She turned to professional in the year 2018. Overall, she is a very talented tennis player. 

French Open 2019: Ashleigh Barty beats Amanda Anisimova to reach final

  • American teenager Amanda Anisimova reflected on a breakout fortnight at the French Open after losing in the semifinals to Ashleigh Barty. American teenager Amanda Anisimova's French Open is over, but in two weeks, she made the world stand up and take notice. She nearly scored a stunning victory over Ashleigh Barty in her first Grand Slam semifinal match on Friday, only to let a set and a break lead slip away before falling in three sets. "It's amazing, even though I'm obviously upset I lost because I'm always upset if I lose. It's disappointing," Anisimov said after the semifinals. "At the end of the day, I did make it to the semifinals for the first time. So, it's a positive week for me. "I'm just going to try and be happy about the couple weeks, and hopefully today I'll be a little bit happier than I am right now." 
  • Arriving in Paris ranked World No.51, she worked her way through the draw for her second straight appearance in the second week of a Grand Slam this year.

How old is Amanda Anisimova?

Amanda celebrated her 17th birthday on 31st August as of 2018. 

Where was Amanda Anisimova born?

On 31st August 2001, Amanda Anisimova was born in Freehold Township, New Jersey. She was born to Olga Anisimova and Konstantin Anisimova. She has an older sister named Maria, who played college tennis for the University of Pennsylvania while attending Wharton's undergraduate business school. Her nationality is American and she belongs to white ethnicity. Her birth sign is Virgo and her religion is Christian. She started playing tennis at the small age of two. Her parents emigrated from Russia to the United States a few years before she was born. Her family moved to Florida when she was very young. 

How tall is Amanda Anisimova?

Amanda Anisimova is a very beautiful woman. She has an average height of 5 feet 11 inches (1.80 m) and her balanced body weight consists of 60 kg. She has a slim body type with curves. She maintains her body a lot.

Who is Amanda Anisimova's boyfriend?

Amanda Anisimova is an unmarried woman. As of today, she is focusing on her career rather than sticking in a relationship. She hasn't been open about her relationship and affairs but will be updated soon. Along with this, there are no rumors about her dating with any handsome guys. She is not gay and her sexual orientation is straight. 

What is the worth of Amanda Anisimova?

The exact information regarding Amanda Anisimova's has not revealed yet but it will be added soon. But there is no doubt in the mind of her follower that she is earning a considerable amount of salary from her present work and her net worth will be surely in million. Moreover, she has earned the prize money of $360,741 till now. She is satisfied with her earnings. 

What makes Amanda Anisimova famous?

  • Amanda entered the 2015 Abierto Juvenil Mexicano ranked outside the top 300, but unexpectedly won the high-level Grade A tournament at age 14.
  • In 2016, Amanda achieved a career-high ITF junior ranking of No. 2. 
  • She was also a member of the United States team that won the 2017 Junior Fed Cup but did not play in the final tie due to illness.
  • She then received a wild card into US Open qualifying in 2016 which became her first pro tournament.
  • She won her debut match against world No. 124 Veronica Cepede Royg at the age of 14, before losing in the following round. 
  • At the 2017 Copa Gerdau, she 
  • stayed in Brazil and played in an ITF $25K event in Curitiba and she reached her first final on the pro tour at the tournament, despite this being her first professional main draw.
  • She also won the USTA French Open Wild Card Challenge by reaching back-to-back finals at the ITF $80K event in Indian Harbour Beach and the ITF $60K event in Dothan the following week. 
  • She became the youngest player to participate in the main draw since Alize Cornet in 2005.
  • In the year 2018, her first two tournaments were the inaugural Oracle Challenger Series 125K events at Newport Beach and Indian Wells. 
  • She successfully qualified for both main draws, and her semifinal at Indian Wells helped her earn a main draw wild card into the WTA event there the following week.
  • She became the youngest player to reach the fourth round since Nicole Vaidisova at the Indian Wells in the year 2005. 
  • She won her opening match against Wang Qiang despite injuring her right foot in the third set. 
  • She returned to tennis in July at the Silicon Valley Classic where she qualified for the main draw and won her first match back, which was also against Wang Qiang.
  • Also, she reached the third round of the Cincinnati Open to return to the top 150. 
  • She won her first three matches in straight sets, including a victory over one of the favorites for the title in the world No. 11 Aryna Sabalenka, before losing to eventual finalist Petra Kvitova.
  • She also won the tournament for her first WTA title.
  • She closed out the clay court season by becoming the youngest semifinalist at the French Open since Vaidisova in the year 2006.
  • Amanda did not lose a set until the semifinals.
  • She was then defeated by the eventual champion and world No. 8 Ashleigh Barty despite coming from behind to win the first set after losing the first five games and needing to save two set points in the sixth game.
  • She rose to No. 26 in the world with this result. 

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