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Anastasiya Vasylyeva

Master of Sports of Ukraine

Date of Birth: 18 January, 1992

Coaches: Sergey Sitkovsky, Marina Tkacheva, Anna Savchuk

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Anastasiya Vasylyeva

Master of Sports of Ukraine

Date of Birth: 18 January, 1992

Birthplace: Kharkiv, Ukraine

Height: 1.82 m

Plays: Left-handed

Started playing tennis at age 6

Favorite surface: hard

Plays with Wilson BLX Blade Team racquet (Luxilon Alu Power 125 strings)

Coaches: Sergey Sitkovsky, Marina Tkacheva, Anna Savchuk

Career high  WTA Singles Ranking No. 260 (14 December 2009)

Career high  WTA Doubles ranking: No. 205 (8 November 2010)

Career high  Tennis Europe Ranking: No. 6 (2005)

Career high  ITF Junior Ranking: No. 151 (June 2007)

Career high  WTA Race Ranking: No. 34

Status: Pro (2006)

Career record (singles): 189-130

Best results:

2012 - Almaty  ITF Tournament winner in Kazakhstan, Antalya  ITF Tournament women's doubles winner  in Turkey, Varna ITF Tournament women's doubles winner, Astana  ITF Tournament women's doubles winner, Andijan  ITF Tournament women's doubles winner, Shymkent  ITF Tournament women's doubles winner,  Ukrainian Student Games doubles winner and singles runner-up   in  Kharkiv,  Bron  ITF Tournament runner-up  in France, Antalya ITF Tournament runner-up, St. Petersburg ITF Tournament runner-up, Fergana  ITF Tournament women's doubles runner-up  in Uzbekistan, Almaty  ITF Tournament women's doubles finalist, Karshi ITF Tournament women's doubles runner-up  in Uzbekistan, Moscow ITF Tournament women's doubles finalist, St. Petersburg ITF Tournament women's doubles runner-up

2011 - Yerevan ITF Tournament women's doubles winner, Istanbul  ITF Tournament women's doubles runner-up  in Turkey, World Universiade quarterfinalist in singles, women's doubles and mixed doubles

2010 - Minsk ITF Tournament winner, Mandya ITF Tournament winner in India, Kharkiv ITF Tournament women's doubles winner, Campobasso  ITF Tournament women's doubles winner in Italy, Astana  ITF Tournament women's doubles runner-up

2009 - Pune  ITF Tournament women's doubles winner in India, Kharkiv ITF Tournament runner-up, Bucha ITF Tournament women's doubles runner-up in Ukraine

2008 - Kharkiv  ITF Tournament runner-up

2007 -  Ukraine Championship women's doubles winner, Volos ITF Tournament women's  doubles runner-up in Greece, ITF Junior Tournament girls' doubles winner in Spain, New-Delhi ITF Junior   Tournament girls' doubles winner, Donetsk ITF Junior  Tournament girls' doubles runner-up, Alicante ITF Junior  Tournament girls' doubles winner in Spain, III Ukrainian Sport Games 2007 semi-finalist

2006 - Donetsk ITF Junior  Tournament runner-up, Kishinev ITF Junior  Tournament girls' doubles runner-up, CASIO ITF Junior  Tournament girls' doubles runner-up in Hamburg, Germany;  Wilson ITF Junior Tournament girls' doubles runner-up Bergheim, Austria; Indian ITF Junior Tournament girls' doubles runner-up in Gurgaon, India; Indian ITF Junior Tournament girls' doubles runner-up in Mumbai, India; Tennis Europe Winter Cup semi-finalist

2005 - multiple Tennis Europe Tournaments winner and medalist

2004 - Unofficial Junior  World Tennis Championship  semi-finalist

2003 - Tennis Europe Tournaments 12 & Under winner and medalist, multiple National Junior  Tournaments winner

2002 -  Ukrainian Survey & Contest  medalist, multiple National Junior  Tournaments winner

2001 - Wilson Cup Tournament runner-up, multiple National Junior  Tournaments winner

 

 

Ganna Piven

Master of Sports of Ukraine

Date of Birth: January 14, 1992

Coaches: Marina Tkacheva, Anna Savchuk

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Ganna Piven

Master of Sports of Ukraine

Date of Birth: 14 January, 1992

Birthplace: Kharkiv, Ukraine

Plays: Right-handed

Started playing tennis at age 6

Favorite surface: hard

Plays with Yonex RQIS 1 Tour racquet (Kirschbaum Pro Line strings)

Coaches: Sergey Sitkovsky, Marina Tkacheva, Anna Savchuk

Career high  WTA Singles Ranking No. 282 (19 July 2010)

Career high  WTA Doubles ranking: No. 278 (20 December 2010)

Career high  ITF Junior Ranking: No. 127 (April 2008)

Status: Pro (2006)

Career record (singles): 189-130

 

Marat Deviatiarov

Master of Sports of Ukraine

Date of Birth: 19 April , 1994

Birthplace: Kharkiv, Ukraine

Height: 1.93 m

Plays: Right-handed

Started playing tennis at age 5

Favorite surface: hard

Plays with Head YouTec Speed MPracquet (Head Sonic strings)

Coaches: Denis Leleko, Victor Omelchenko

Career high  ATP Singles Ranking No. 855 (18 March 2013)

Career high  ATP Doubles ranking: No. 1430 (23 September 2012)

Career high  Tennis Europe Ranking: No. 5 (2007)

Career high  ITF Junior Ranking: No. 57 (5 March,  2012)

Status: Pro (2011)

Career record (singles): 24-11

Ukraine Junior  Team member

Best Results: 

2013 -Men's Professional Tournament runner-up  in Cherkassy

2012 - European Junior  Championships boys' doubles bronze medalist, Men's Professional Tournament men's doubles semi-finalist in Antalya, Men's Professional Tournament men's doubles semi-finalist in Israel, ITF Junior  Tournament runner-up  in Sfax, Tunisia;   ITF Junior  Tournament boys' doubles runner-up  in Šiauliai, Lithuania

2011 - ITF Junior Tournament boys' singles and doubles winner  in Poznan, Poland; ITF Junior Tournament winner in  Dubai, UAE; ITF Junior Tournament boys' doubles winner in Nicosia, Cyprus; ITF Junior Tournament boys' doubles runner-up  in Lugansk

2010 -  Ukraine Youth Championship winner in singles and doubles, ITF Junior Tournament boys' doubles winner in Minsk, Belarus;  ITF Junior Tournament boys' doubles runner-up  in Samara

2009 - Antei Cup  Tennis Europe Tournament boys' doubles winner, Tennis Europe Tournament runner-up  in Vsevolzhsk, Russia

2008 - Tennis Europe Winter Cup semi-finalist as a Ukraine Junior  Team member, Tennis Europe Tournament boys' singles and doubles runner-up  in Kharkiv

2007 - Tennis Europe Tournament boys' singles winner  in Kharkiv, Tennis Europe Tournament boys'  doubles winner in Kiev, Tennis Europe Tournament boys' doubles runner-up  in Riga

2006 - Unofficial Junior  World Tennis Championship  bronze medalist, Tennis Europe Tournament boys' doubles winner and singles  runner-up  in Mariupol, Liepaya, Latvia; in  Kharkiv

2004-2006 -  9-time Ukraine Junior  Championship winner in singles and doubles, multiple National Junior  Tournaments winner

 

Valeriya Boyanovska

Master of Sports of Ukraine

Date of Birth: 5 April, 1996

Coaches: Denis Leleko, Marina Tkacheva,  Anna Savchuk

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Valeriya Boyanovska

Master of Sports of Ukraine

Date of Birth: 5 April, 1996

Birthplace: Nikolaev, Ukraine

Plays: Right-handed

Started playing tennis at age 5

Favorite surface: hard

Coaches: Denis Leleko, Marina Tkacheva, Anna Savchuk

Ukraine Junior  Team member

Career high  WTA Singles Ranking No. 1012  (10 October 2011)

Career high  WTA Doubles ranking: No()

Career high  UTF (Ukrainian Tennis Federation) Ranking: No. 2 (2007)

Career high  Tennis Europe Ranking: No. 16 (February 2010)

Career high  ITF Junior Ranking: No. 313  (7 January 2013)

Status: Pro (2010)

Career record (singles): 9-11

 

 

Nikita Bublay

Candidate Master of Sports of Ukraine

Date of Birth: 17 April, 1996

Birthplace: Kharkiv, Ukraine

Plays: Right -handed

Started playing tennis at age 5

Favorite surface: hard

Coach: Denis Leleko

Best results:

2011 -  Junior  Tournament runner-up in Zhukovtsi, Junior  Tournament doubles runner-up  in Kiev

2010 - Junior  Tournament runner-up  in Kharkiv

2009 - Kharkiv region Open Championship winner, Junior  Tournament runner-up  in Kharkiv

2008 - Tennis Europe Tournament runner-up  in Kharkiv

2007 - Tennis Europe Tournament doubles semi-finalist  in Kharkiv

2006 - Junior  Tournament "Lotto Cup" winner

 

Kateryna Pyatakova

Master of Sports of Ukraine

Date of Birth: 7 December, 1993

Coaches: Sergey Sitkovsky

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Kateryna Pyatakova

Master of Sports of Ukraine

Date of Birth: 7 December, 1993

Birthplace: Kharkiv, Ukraine

Plays: Right-handed

Started playing tennis at age 7

Favorite surface: hard

Plays with Prince EX03 Black 100 (Kirschbaum Pro Line No.II  strings)

Coach: Sergey Sitkovsky

Career high  ITF Junior Ranking: No. 689 (June 2009)

Career high  UTF (Ukrainian Tennis Federation) Ranking: No. 4

 

Anna Goncharova

Date of Birth: 4 June, 1995

Coaches: Sergey Sitkovsky, Denis Leleko, Marina Tkacheva, Anna Savchuk

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Anna Goncharova

Master of Sports of Ukraine

Date of Birth: 4 June, 1995

Birthplace: Kharkiv, Ukraine

Plays: Right-handed

Started playing tennis at age 5

Favorite surface: hard

Coach: Sergey Sitkovsky, Denis Leleko, Marina Tkacheva, Anna Savchuk

Career high  UTF (Ukrainian Tennis Federation) Ranking: No. 4 (2006)

Career high  Tennis Europe Ranking: 272

 

Sidenko Yuliya

Date of Birth: 13 April, 1995

Birthplace: Kharkiv, Ukraine

Plays: Right-handed

Started playing tennis at age 5

Favorite surface: clay

Plays with Wilson K Tour (Kirschbaum P2 strings)

Coaches: Sergey Sitkovsky

Career high  UTF (Ukrainian Tennis Federation) Ranking: No. 12

Career high  ITF Junior Ranking: No. 1630  (3 January 2012)

Status: Pro (2009)

Career record (singles): 1-9

 Best Results:

2011 - "Krimskaya Vesna" Tournament doubles finalist

2010 -  Ukraine Junior  Championship girls' doubles bronze medalist,  ITF Junior Tournament semi-finalist  in doubles, Junior  Tournament winner in doubles

2009 - Tennis Europe Tournament doubles runner-up  in Kharkiv, Tennis Europe Tournament doubles semi-finalist  in Lugansk

2007 - UTT (Ukrainian Tennis Tour) Tournament semi-finalist, Tennis Europe Tournament semi-finalist  in doubles

2005 - Junior  Tournament winner in Yevpatoriya

 

Viktoriya Dzyuba

Candidate Master of Sports

Date of Birth: 19 December, 1998

Coach: Igor Prudkin

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Viktoriya Dzyuba

Candidate Master of Sports

Date of Birth: 19 December, 1998

Birthplace: Donetsk, Ukraine

Plays: Right-handed

Started playing tennis at age 5

Favorite surface: clay

Plays with Wilson BLX Tour (Signum Pro Twister strings)

Coach: Igor Prudkin

Career high  UTF (Ukrainian Tennis Federation) Ranking: No. 4  (June 2008)

Career high  Tennis Europe Ranking: No. 81 (3 January 2012)

 

Yelyzaveta Tymchenko

Master of Sports of Ukraine

Date of Birth: 3 February, 1994

Coach: Igor Prudkin

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Yelyzaveta Tymchenko

Master of Sports of Ukraine

Date of Birth: 3 February, 1994

Birthplace: Kharkiv, Ukraine

Height: 1.73 m

Plays: Right-handed

Started playing tennis at age 7

Favorite surface: hard

Plays with Wilson BLX  ENVY

Coach: Igor Prudkin

Career high  WTA Doubles ranking: No. 967 (3 January 2011)

Career high  UTT (Ukrainian Tennis Tour) 18 & Under Ranking: 3 (21 August 2009)

Career high  UTF (Ukrainian Tennis Federation) Girls' Singles  Ranking: No. 5  (June 2006)

Career high  UTF (Ukrainian Tennis Federation) Girls' Doubles  Ranking: No. 5  (June 2006)

Career high  Tennis Europe Ranking: No. 109 (April 2008)

Status: Pro (2008)

Career record: 12-15

 

Stefanie  Deh

Date of Birth: 19 August, 1998

Coach: Igor Prudkin

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Stephanie  Deh

Date of Birth: 19 August, 1998

Birthplace: Kharkiv, Ukraine

Plays: Right-handed

Started playing tennis at age 5

Favorite surface: hard

Plays with Wilson K Tour ( Kirshcbaum P2 strings)

Coach: Igor Prudkin

Career high  UTF (Ukrainian Tennis Federation) Ranking: No. 1 (October 2008)

Career high  Tennis Europe 14 & Under  Ranking: No. 38 (3 January 2012)

European Cup 2010 silver medalist

2010 -  European Cup  silver medalist, Ukraine Junior  Winter Championship boys' doubles finalist, Ukraine Junior   Championship boys' doubles finalist, Ukraine Junior  Championship boys' singles finalist, UTT-1 Tournament winner, ‘Masters' Championships bronze medalist, ‘Shokoladnaya raketka' Tournament bronze medalist, Kharkiv region Junior  Championship  boys' singles and doubles winner

2009 -  ‘Lotto' Tournament boys' singles and doubles winner , ‘Molodaya Gvardia' Tournament boys' doubles finalist

2008 - ‘Masters' Championships bronze winner, Ukrainian Survey & Contest winner in doubles and silver medalist In singles, ‘Shokoladnaya raketka' Tournament winner, UTT-2 Tournament winner

2007 - ‘Molodaya Gvardia' Tournament  finalist,  Tournament ‘for SK HTZ prizes‘  finalist, UTT-1, UTT-3, UTT-5 Tournaments finalist

2006 - Tournament ‘for SK HTZ prizes‘  finalist

 

Vladimir Yelizarov

Date of Birth: 26 January , 2001

Coach: Sergey Orekhov

Vladimir Yelizarov

Date of Birth: 26 January , 2001

Birthplace: Kharkiv, Ukraine

Plays: Left-handed

Started playing tennis at age 5

Favorite surface: clay

Plays with Babolat Drive Z Mid (Babolat Pro Hurrican Tour strings)

Coach: Sergey Orekhov

Career high  UTT-1  (Ukrainian Tennis Tour): 1 (2012)

Career high  UTF (Ukrainian Tennis Federation) Ranking: No. 1  (2012)

Ukraine Junior  Team member

Best Results:

2013 -  UTC Tournament winner in singles and doubles

2012 -  Ukrainian Cup winner (12 & Under), UTT -3 Tournament winner, UTT-4 Tournament winner, Kremenchug Junior  Tournament winner in singles and doubles, Severodonetsk Junior  Tournament winner,  ‘ Den Zaschiti Detei' Tournament winner in singles and doubles, UTT-4 Tournament winner in mixed doubles, Ukrainian Cup  doubles runner-up  (12 & Under), UTT-1 Tournament doubles finalist, UTT-3 Tournament doubles finalist, Severodonetsk Junior  Tournament doubles finalist, Kharkiv  Junior  Tournament doubles finalist, Ukraine Junior  Championship bronze medalist, ‘Masters' Championships bronze medalist

2011 - UTT-4 Tournament winner,  Z. M. Shufrich  Memorial Tournament winner, ‘ Den Zaschiti Detei' Tournament winner, UTT-5 Tournament semi-finalist, Tavrida Cup Tournament doubles finalist, ‘Molodaya Gvardia' Tournament doubles finalist, Lvov Tennis Europe Tournament finalist