Victoria Azarenka Bio

Victoria Azarenka was born on 31 July 1989 and is Leo by birth-sign. Like her sun-sign, she does perfect justice to the game of Tennis and till date has occupied her majestic victories and graceful participation, which pushed her to owning the rank of no. 4 as a professional tennis player on May 2011. With her excellent playing career and performance she became the highest-ranked Belarusian player who could surpass Natasha Zvereva by one spot. In 2007, she won a mixed doubles grand slam in US Open, partnering with Max Mirnyi, followed by another victory in 2008 French Open along with Bob Bryan.

Apart from these two, she has bagged seven victories in singles titles which also include the Premier Mandatory Sony Ericsson Open in 2009 and 2011 and same year saw her appearing in one Grand Slam semifinal at the Wimbledon Championships, along with 5 quarterfinal appearances. She with excellent planning, resilience and hard work added with practice and confidence, she kept on climbing the stairs of success and continued with her astonishing deliveries and powerful throws to add to the excitement of her fans and followers. She went forward to win the Australian Open and US Open in 2005 and thus became the ITF Junior Girls World Champion for the year. To add to her aura, she was the first Player from Belarus to reach the glory. The same year saw her winning the first ITF title in Pelange and Luxemburg, which was followed by her reaching the first pro-level se=mi finals in China, where she won three qualifying rounds after defeating martina Sucha and Shuai Peng, however she had lost to the champion Yan Zi, eventually.

Nevertheless, she took her defeat gracefully and learnt from it positively, only to polish and develop her skills for the future attacks from further champions. The year 2006 too, saw her glorified wins and victories apart from her race towards the best, defeating players from all parts of the world and finally reaching the ITF Final event in Pittsburgh, where she had lost to Aleksandra Wozniak form Canada. She was ranked world no. 96 in 2007 and began the year by playing two tournaments in Australia. Azarenka climbed ahead till the third round of a Grand slam in Australian Open of a Grand Slam singles tournament, where she lost to Jelena Jankovic, world’s no. 11, in straight sets. Azarenka’s victories and defeats were playing a significant role in further strengthening her game policies and strongholds which drove her to harnessing her hidden skills and getting away with her weaknesses.

However, there are criticisms made against her by some ex-professionals in this field, who found the noises made by her during the game annoying. Her screams and yells proved to be disturbing and irritating to the onlookers as well as professionals who played the game with mature discipline and silence. She is also noted for her tendency to lose her cool during the matches, and this was quite a reason for her being infamous for her grunts and expressive sounds of disappointments.