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Emerging tennis star Elena Rybakina tremendously started her career in 2020. To date, the Kazakh won the 21 matches out the 26 matches and also She became the first player won the 20 matches in 2020 season. At the same time, the 20-years-old reached her career topmost position in the WTA ranking table at number Seventeen.
Elena Rybakina’s 2020 goal and the reason behind the success
In an exclusive Rybakina interview to Vavel USA, She revealed the reason for her continuous success and goal for the rest of 2020 season
“I mean, I worked a lot with my coach and I had a great preseason and I just worked.”
“Of course, I want to win Grand Slam and we will see. I will try, of course, but, I mean, I think the goal now is to be Top 15, finish the year like this because I started really good, so just to keep playing like this.”
Taking Cooking lessons from Rising Star Elena Rybakina
During this quarantine Rybakina also isolated herself from the rest of the world and locked down inside the home. Ultimately, Elena is teaching how to cook delicious foods to fans from her kitchen. And also she asked you to Stay at home as well.
First Grand Slam Win
In 2020 season, Rybakina won her first title in Hobart International where she defeats the Acapulco Open Champion Heather Watson in the semifinals. Notably, earlier the young player lost to Alexandrova of Russia in the straight sets at Shenzhen Open Final.
At the Australian Open 2020, The Kazakh tasted her first Grand Slam victory when she beat Greet Minnen of Belgium in the first round match. However, Elena was eliminated by World No.01 Ash Barty at the round of 32.
Rybakina made two finals in a row
St, Petersburg where she got breakthrough top10 win in 2018 and this time reached the finals. Eventually, Rybakina lost to World No.07 Kiki Bertens of Netherlands in straight sets.
20th edition of Dubai Dutyfree tennis, Elena Rybakina upset the world No.04 Sofia Kenin of the United States in the first round of the tournament. Ultimately, In the round of 8, she crunched the Czech player Karolina Pliskova(World No.03) in the straight sets.
Before reaching the finals the Kazakh defeated World No.15 Petra Martic of Croatia in the Semifinals. Although, at the fourth finals of the new season, Elena Rybakina lost to Simona Halep of Romania in the tight three sets.