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Sofia Arvidsson (* Februar in Halmstad) ist eine ehemalige schwedische Tennisspielerin. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Karriere; 2 Turniersiege. Einzel; tennis MAGAZIN traf Sofia Kenin bei den WTA-Finals in Zhuhai im Oktober Dort berichtete sie unter anderem über ihre Ambitionen als. TennisSofia KeninProfil. Sofia Kenin. geboren, in: Moskva Russland. Nationalität. USA. Größe, cm. Tweets by @SonyaKenin. Kenin im Netz.

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Als Sofia Kenin noch ein Baby war, zog die Familie in die USA. Sie begann mit fünf Jahren mit dem Tennisspielen und bevorzugt für ihr Spiel den Hartplatz. Sie​. Sofia Arvidsson (* Februar in Halmstad) ist eine ehemalige schwedische Tennisspielerin. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Karriere; 2 Turniersiege. Einzel; BIOGRAFIE. Sofia Kenin ist ursprünglich in Russland geboren und später als junges Mädchen nach Amerika gezogen. Seit sie begonnen hat den Tennissport​. tennis MAGAZIN traf Sofia Kenin bei den WTA-Finals in Zhuhai im Oktober Dort berichtete sie unter anderem über ihre Ambitionen als. Ann Li (born June 26, ) is an American tennis player. She was the runner-up at the Wimbledon Junior Championships. Destined to become the first influential female figure of the Russian Empire, Sophia overcomes court intrigue and betrayals, and helps Ivan consolidate the fragmented country, push Mongolian invaders out, and build the Kremlin, the most magnificent symbol of Russia. Written by Janson Media. Get the latest Player Stats on Sofia Kenin including her videos, highlights, and more at the official Women's Tennis Association website. Due to COVID, the dates of the Sofia Open shifted to November. Tennis In The Capital Bulgaria has made its mark on the ATP Tour through Grigor Dimitrov, and the country hosted its first ATP Tour event in its capital city of Sofia in Sofia Kenin Sofia Anna „Sonya“ Kenin (russisch София Анна Александровна Кенин; * November in Moskau, Russland) ist eine US-amerikanische Tennisspielerin. Ihr größter Erfolg ist bislang der Gewinn der Australian Open

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King won 97 of her career singles titles during this period and was the runner-up in 36 other tournaments. In , King defeated Dorothy "Dodo" Cheney then 49 years old for the first time in five career matches, winning their semi-final at the Southern California Championships 6—0, 6—3.

King also ended her nine-match losing streak to Margaret Court by defeating her in the final of the South African Tennis Championships.

She also won the women's singles in the Ojai Tennis Tournament. After thirteen unsuccessful attempts to win a Grand Slam singles title from through , King at the age of 22 finally won the first of her six singles titles at Wimbledon and the first of twelve Grand Slam singles titles overall, defeating Court in the semi-finals 6—3, 6—3 and Maria Bueno in the final.

King credited her semi-final victory to her forehand down the line, a new shot in her repertoire. Just chip the ball back at her feet.

Championships, an ill King was upset by Kerry Melville Reid in the second round. King successfully defended her title at the South African Tennis Championships in , defeating Maria Bueno in the final.

King then successfully switched surfaces and won her second consecutive Wimbledon singles title, defeating Virginia Wade in the quarterfinals 7—5, 6—2 and Jones.

King won her second Grand Slam singles title of the year when she won the U. Jones pulled her left hamstring muscle early in the final and saved four match points in the second set before King prevailed.

Championships, the first woman to do that since Alice Marble in King lost in the quarterfinals of the New South Wales Championships in Sydney to Dalton after King injured her left knee in the second game of the third set of that match.

At a team event in Adelaide , King won all three of her singles and doubles matches to help the U. In early , King won three consecutive tournaments to end her Australian tour.

King then won the Australian Championships for the first time, defeating Dalton in the semi-finals and Court in the final. King continued to win tournaments upon her return to the United States, winning three indoor tournaments before Nancy Richey Gunter defeated King in the semi-finals of the Madison Square Garden Challenge Trophy amateur tournament in New York City before 10, spectators.

King served for the match at 5—1 and had a match point at 5—3 in the second set; however, she lost the final 12 games and the match 4—6, 7—5, 6—0.

Playing the French Open for only the second time in her career and attempting to win four consecutive Grand Slam singles titles a "non-calendar year Grand Slam" , King defeated Maria Bueno in a quarterfinal before losing to Gunter in a semi-final 2—6, 6—3, 6—4.

King rebounded to win her third consecutive Wimbledon singles title, defeating Jones in the semi-finals and Dalton in the final.

On September 24, she had surgery to repair cartilage in her left knee [50] and did not play in tournaments the remainder of the year.

King said that it took eight months May for her knee to recover completely from the surgery. King participated in the Australian summer tour for the second consecutive year.

Unlike the previous year, King did not win a tournament. She lost in the quarterfinals of the Tasmanian Championships and the semi-finals of the New South Wales Championships.

At the Australian Open, King defeated year-old Evonne Goolagong in the second round 6—3, 6—1 and Ann Haydon-Jones in a three-set semi-final before losing to Margaret Court in a straight-sets final.

The following week, King lost in the semi-finals of the New Zealand Championships. During the European summer clay court season, King lost in the quarterfinals of both the Italian Open and the French Open.

At Wimbledon , King lost only 13 points while defeating Rosemary Casals in the semi-finals 6—1, 6—0; [53] however, Jones upset King in the final and prevented King from winning her fourth consecutive singles title there.

The week after, King again defeated Wade to win the Irish Open for the second time in her career. This was the first year since that King did not win at least one Grand Slam singles title.

She said during the Pacific Southwest Open, "It has been a bad year for me. My left knee has been OK, but I have been bothered by a severe tennis elbow for seven months.

I expect to have a real big year in , though, because I really have the motivation now. I feel like a kid again.

King lost to Court three times in the first four months of the year, in Philadelphia, Dallas, and Johannesburg at the South African Open. Court, however, was not totally dominant during this period as King defeated her in Sydney and Durban , South Africa.

Where Court dominated was at the Grand Slam tournaments. King did not play the Australian Open. King returned to the tour in September, where she had a first round loss at the Virginia Slims Invitational in Houston and a semi-final loss at the Pacific Coast Championships in Berkeley, California.

During the European clay court season, King warmed-up for the French Open by playing in Monte Carlo losing in the semi-finals , winning the Italian Open saving three match points against Virginia Wade in the semi-finals , [59] playing in Bournemouth losing to Wade in the quarterfinals , and playing in Berlin losing to Masthoff in the semi-finals.

The Italian Open victory was the first important clay court title of King's career. Along the way, she defeated Masthoff in a three-set quarterfinal and Wade in a three-set semi-final, saving two match points at 4—5 in the second set.

The twelfth game of that set with King leading 6—5 had 21 deuces and lasted 22 minutes, [60] with Wade saving seven set points and holding sixteen game points before King won.

Although King won only one Grand Slam singles title in , this was the best year of her career in terms of tournaments won According to the International Tennis Hall of Fame , she played in 31 singles tournaments and compiled a —13 win—loss record.

She started the year by winning eight of the first thirteen tournaments she played, defeating Rosemary Casals in seven finals.

At the time, King said that retiring from the match with Evert after splitting the first two sets was necessary because of leg cramps.

But in early , King admitted that cramps associated with an abortion caused the retirement. At the tournament in Hurlingham , United Kingdom in early May, King lost a second round match to an old rival, Christine Truman Janes now 30 years old , 6—4, 6—2.

But King recovered the next week to win the German Open in Hamburg on clay. Four weeks later at the Queen's Club tournament in London, King played Margaret Court for the first time in , losing their final.

At Wimbledon , King defeated Janes in the fourth round 6—2, 7—5 and Durr in the quarterfinals before losing unexpectedly to Evonne Goolagong in the semi-finals 6—4, 6—4.

She then played two clay court tournaments in Europe, winning neither, before resuming play in the United States. In August, King won the indoor Houston tournament and the U.

Women's Clay Court Championships in Indianapolis. King then switched back to grass and won the US Open without losing a set, defeating Evert in the semi-finals 6—3, 6—2 and Casals in the final.

King won three Grand Slam singles titles in , electing not to play the Australian Open despite being nearby when she played in New Zealand in late King said, "I was twenty-eight years old, and I was at the height of my powers.

I'm quite sure I could have won the Grand Slam [in] More important, I did not want to miss any Virginia Slims winter tournaments.

I was playing enough as it was. At the beginning of the year, King failed to win eight of the first ten tournaments she played.

She won the title in San Francisco in mid-January. The inconsistent results continued through mid-April, in Oklahoma City losing in the quarterfinals ; Washington, D.

This was followed in successive weeks by a loss in the Jacksonville final to Marie Neumannova Pinterova and in a St.

Petersburg semi-final to Evert 6—2, 6—3. King did not lose again until mid-August, winning six consecutive tournaments. She won the tournaments in Tucson and Indianapolis.

King then won the French Open without losing a set and completed a career Grand Slam. She defeated Virginia Wade in the quarterfinals, Helga Niessen Masthoff in the semi-finals, and Goolagong in the final.

She lost only one set during the tournament, to Wade in the quarterfinals. That was followed by straight set wins over Rosemary Casals and Goolagong.

When the tour returned to the United States, King did not win any of the three tournaments she played before the US Open , including a straight sets loss to Margaret Court in Newport.

At the US Open, however, King won the tournament without losing a set, including a quarterfinal win over Wade, a semi-final defeat of Court, and a final win over Kerry Melville Reid.

King finished the year by winning the tournaments in Charlotte and Phoenix defeating Court in the final of both , a runner-up finish in Oakland losing to Court , and a semi-final finish in Boca Raton losing to Evert.

As during the previous year, King started inconsistently. She missed the first three Virginia Slims tournaments in January because of a wrist injury.

The semi-final victory ended Court's tournament and match winning streaks, [68] with King saving at least three match points when down 5—4 40—0 in the second set.

King lost to Court in two of those tournaments. After deciding not to defend her French Open singles title, King won four consecutive tournaments, including her fifth Wimbledon singles title when she defeated Kerry Melville Reid in the quarterfinals, Evonne Goolagong in the semi-finals on her eighth match point, [69] and Chris Evert in the final.

King lost only nine points in the 6—0 bageling of Evert in the first set of their final. King also completed the Triple Crown at Wimbledon winning the singles, women's doubles, and mixed doubles titles in the same year , thus becoming the first, and only, player to do so at Wimbledon in the Open Era.

In none of the preceding tournaments, however, did King play Court. Their rivalry resumed in the final of the Virginia Slims of Nashville tournament, where Court won for the third time in four matches against King in This was the last ever singles match between those players, with Court winning 21 and King 13 of their 34 matches.

Three weeks later at the US Open , King retired from her fourth-round match with Julie Heldman while ill [71] and suffering from the oppressive heat and humidity.

When Heldman complained to the match umpire that King was taking too long between games, King reportedly told Heldman, "If you want the match that badly, you can have it!

King won her first and second round matches three days before playing Riggs, defeated Riggs, won her quarterfinal match the day after the Riggs match, and then lost the following day to Casals in the semifinals 7—6, 6—1.

According to King, "I had nothing left to give. Riggs had been a top men's player in the s and s in both the amateur and professional ranks.

He won the Wimbledon men's singles title in , and was considered the World No. He then became a self-described tennis "hustler" who played in promotional challenge matches.

Claiming that the women's game was so inferior to the men's game that even a year-old like himself could beat the current top female players, he challenged and defeated Margaret Court 6—2, 6—1.

The match garnered huge publicity. In front of 30, spectators and a television audience estimated at 50 million people U.

The match is considered a significant event in developing greater recognition and respect for women's tennis.

King said, "I thought it would set us back 50 years if I didn't win that match. It would ruin the women's tour and affect all women's self-esteem," [74] and that "To beat a year-old guy was no thrill for me.

The thrill was exposing a lot of new people to tennis. King won five of the first seven tournaments she contested in The following week in Indian Wells, California , King again defeated Gunter in the semi-finals but lost to Evert in the final.

King then won tournaments in Fairfax, Virginia and Detroit before losing a semi-final match to Virginia Wade in Chicago. Indoor Championships final.

Olga Morozova then upset King in her next two tournaments, at Philadelphia in the final and at Wimbledon in a quarterfinal 7—5, 6—2. Afterward, King did not play a tour match until the US Open , where she won her fourth singles title and third in the last four years.

She defeated Rosemary Casals in a straight sets quarterfinal, avenged in the semi-finals her previous year's loss to Julie Heldman, and narrowly defeated Evonne Goolagong in the final.

King did not reach a tournament final during the remainder of the year, losing to Heldman in an Orlando semi-final, Wade in a Phoenix semi-final, and Goolagong in a semi-final of the tour-ending Virginia Slims Championships in Los Angeles.

In , King played singles only half the year, as she retired temporarily, as it turned out from tournament singles competition immediately after winning her sixth Wimbledon singles title.

The following week, King won the Sarasota, Florida tournament, defeating Evert in the final 6—3, 6—2. Evert said immediately after the final, which was her thirteenth career match with King, "I think that's the best that Billie Jean has ever played.

I hit some great shots but they just kept coming back at me. Out of frustration comes creativity.

As King was serving for the match at 6—5 in the third set, a disputed line call went in Evert's favor. King said after the match that she was cheated out of the match and that she had never been angrier about a match.

King played only one of the Wimbledon warm-up tournaments, defeating Olga Morozova in the Eastbourne semi-finals before losing to Wade in the final.

Seeded third at Wimbledon, King defeated seventh seeded Morozova in the quarterfinals 6—3, 6—3 and then top seeded Evert in the semi-finals 2—6, 6—2, 6—3 after being down 3—0 40—15 in the final set.

King, however, believes that the match turned around because King planned for and totally prepared for Wimbledon that year and told herself when she was on the verge of defeat, "Hey, Billie Jean, this is ridiculous.

You paid the price. For once, you looked ahead. You're supposed to win. Get your bahoola in gear. King called her performance a "near perfect match" and said to the news media, "I'm never coming back.

Except for five Federation Cup singles matches that she won in straight sets in August, King played only in doubles and mixed doubles events from January through September.

She lost to Dianne Fromholtz Balestrat in both of the singles tournaments she played the remainder of the year. Looking back, King said, "I wasted So, despite my age and the operations, the Old Lady came back King spent the first three months of the year rehabilitating her right knee after surgery in November Margaret Court, who finished in sixth place on the Virginia Slims points list, failed to qualify for the tournament because she did not play enough Virginia Slims tournaments leading up to the championships.

Evert said she was disappointed with King and that until Richards's status was resolved, "all of the women should stick together.

She made a bad decision. She's mad because she could not get what she wanted. She didn't have to choose a 'disputed' tournament. King eventually won the tournament.

King won 0—6, 7—6, 6—2. She defeated another clay court specialist, Virginia Ruzici , in the second round before winning only one game from Evert in the final.

At Wimbledon in the third round, King played Maria Bueno for the last time, with King winning 6—2, 7—5. In the quarterfinals, Evert defeated King for the first time at a Grand Slam singles tournament and for the first time on grass 6—1, 6—2 in just 46 minutes.

Evert said it was the best match she had ever played on grass up to that point in her career, [87] and King said, "No excuses. Let's forget knees, ankles, toes, everything else.

She just played beautiful tennis. I don't think many players would've beaten her today. At this stage, just playing, that's winning enough for me.

Quit tournament tennis? You gotta be kidding. It just means I've got a lot more work. I've got to make myself match tough I gotta go out and kill myself for the next six months.

It's a long, arduous process. I will suffer. But I will be back. From her debut in until , she had played in the final of one of the three championship events for women every year.

Perhaps there was irony in this in that as the Wimbledon champion with the most titles in its history, the event was celebrating its centenary in the year King failed to make a final for the first time.

The only other years she competed at the championship and did not feature in a final were and In her entire Wimbledon career of 22 competitions, King never failed to be a semi-finalist in at least one event every year.

Evert repeated her Wimbledon quarterfinal victory over King at the clay court US Open , winning 6—2, 6—0. This loss prompted King to say, "I better get it together by October or November or that's it.

I'll have to make some big decisions. I'm not years-old and I can't just go out and change my game. It's only the last four weeks I haven't been in [knee] pain.

Kenin began playing low-level tournaments on the ITF circuit in and won her first two professional matches at the age of After beginning the season ranked outside the top , Kenin steadily rose up the WTA rankings throughout the year while playing exclusively on the professional circuit.

Kenin's success at the US Open helped convince her to turn professional in September, foregoing a scholarship to attend the University of Miami.

She entered the top by reaching the second round of the Indian Wells Open as a qualifier. She defeated top seed and world No. Kenin greatly improved in , rising from outside the top 50 at the start of the year to on the cusp of the top ten by the end of the season.

She upset the top seed and No. Her best result on clay came at the French Open , where she reached the fourth round.

During the event, she upset world No. She defeated three top 25 players in the last three rounds, all in three sets.

In particular, she saved three championships points in the second set of the final against No. She lost to both eventual champions, Bianca Andreescu and Madison Keys respectively.

She also became the first player to defeat the world No. During the Asian hard court season, Kenin won one additional title in both singles and doubles.

She won her third singles title of the year at the Guangzhou International Women's Open , defeating Samantha Stosur in the final.

This title brought her to No. After Naomi Osaka and Bianca Andreescu both withdrew, she had the opportunity to play one match, losing to the defending champion Elina Svitolina.

Kenin carried her success at the lower-level tournaments in to the Grand Slam tournaments in She only dropped one set before the final, which came against compatriot Coco Gauff in the fourth round.

In the semifinal, she upset world No. During the event, she saved a match point in the second round and overcame a set and 5—2 deficit in the following round as part of a stretch of four three-set matches in a row.

She defeated Anna-Lena Friedsam in the final. When the tour resumed, Kenin was seeded second at the US Open due to Barty and Halep withdrawing because of the pandemic.

Although she lost in the fourth round to Elise Mertens , this was her best result at the event to date. Following the tournament, Kenin travelled to Europe for the rescheduled clay court season.

She won four three-set matches during the first five rounds before defeating world No. Kenin lost both of her singles matches in three sets, as the Czech Republic swept the tie 3—0 to win the Fed Cup.

Kenin represented the United States again in In the first round against Australia , she lost her only match to Ashleigh Barty who won both of her singles rubbers as well as the decisive doubles rubber to lead Australia to a 3—2 victory.

After Keys lost the first match and Stephens won both of her singles rubbers, Kenin was selected to play the last singles rubber against Timea Bacsinszky.

She defeated Anastasija Sevastova in the opening match of the rubber against Latvia. Kenin has an aggressive style of play that is built around incorporating a variety of shots into her game rather than just power.

She plays primarily from the baseline, taking the ball early on the rise, and can hit winners with both her forehand and backhand.

She excels at disguising whether her backhand is going cross-court or down the line. Two of Kenin's best shots are her backhand down the line and her inside-in forehand.

She can also strategically add slice to both her backhand and her forehand, which she may use to hit well-disguised drop shot winners. As such, Kenin is an excellent tactical player, being recognized for her superior problem solving skills, earning comparisons to Martina Hingis and Vera Zvonareva.

On the defensive side, Kenin is capable of hitting her forehand even as high as shoulder height. Kenin's service motion is extremely unorthodox, as between the time she tosses the ball up and hits it, she almost exclusively looks downwards and not at the ball.

She had previously been described by Maria Sharapova as more of a "grinder", a counter-puncher who has good movement and can get a lot of balls back in play.

Since , Kenin has been endorsed by Fila for her clothing and shoes, having previously been endorsed by Nike.

Kenin is endorsed by Babolat for racquets, and specifically uses the Pure Drive range of racquets. Kenin has a younger sister. Kenin particularly has praised Sharapova's fierce competitiveness.

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Ranking ATP. King did not reach a tournament final during the remainder of the year, losing to Heldman in Utakmice.Net Orlando semi-final, Wade in a Phoenix semi-final, and Goolagong in a semi-final of the tour-ending Virginia Slims Championships in Los Angeles. Eisenhower Harry S. McCour Carlos T. Schulzcreator of the Peanuts comic strip, was an admirer and close friend; [] Tennisspielerin Sophia referred to King several times in Peanuts and used the comic strip to support the women's sports movement after becoming friends with King. Retrieved December 4, Retrieved December 20, Benimmst King returned to the tour in September, where she had a first round loss at the Virginia Slims Invitational in Houston and a semi-final loss at the Pacific Coast Championships in Berkeley, California. She switched from softball to tennis at age 11, [12] because her parents suggested Beanstalk Deutsch should find a more 'ladylike' sport. On the professional tour, Kenin made her debut in the top of the WTA rankings in as a teenager. Robin Montgomery. Retrieved June 3,

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