Results

WTA Dubai 02/20 11:15 25 [27] Victoria Azarenka v Elena Rybakina [4] Retired
WTA Dubai 02/19 07:00 24 [43] Arantxa Rus v Victoria Azarenka [27] 2-6,4-6
WTA Doha 02/15 16:20 27 [1] Iga Swiatek v Victoria Azarenka [31] 6-4,6-0
WTA Doha 02/14 18:40 26 [31] Victoria Azarenka v Jelena Ostapenko [11] 6-0,6-3
WTA Doha 02/13 12:30 25 [41] Xinyu Wang v Victoria Azarenka [31] 6-7,2-6
WTA Doha 02/12 12:30 24 [52] Magdalena Frech v Victoria Azarenka [31] 3-6,6-3,3-6
Australian Open Women 01/22 01:00 26 [22] Victoria Azarenka v Dayana Yastremska [93] 6-7,4-6
Australian Open Women 01/20 05:30 25 [10] Jelena Ostapenko v Victoria Azarenka [22] 1-6,5-7
Australian Open Women 01/18 11:55 24 [96] Clara Tauson v Victoria Azarenka [22] 4-6,6-3,2-6
Australian Open Women 01/16 03:40 23 [53] Camila Giorgi v Victoria Azarenka [22] 1-6,6-4,3-6
WTA Brisbane 01/06 08:30 28 [2] Aryna Sabalenka v Victoria Azarenka [23] 6-2,6-4
WTA Brisbane 01/05 01:00 27 [12] Jelena Ostapenko v Victoria Azarenka [23] 3-6,6-3,5-7

Wikipedia - Victoria Azarenka

Victoria Fiodaraŭna Azarenka (born 31 July 1989) is a Belarusian professional tennis player. Azarenka is a former world No. 1 in singles, having claimed the top ranking for the first time on 30 January 2012. She was the year-end No. 1 in 2012 and has held the top ranking for a combined total of 51 weeks.

Azarenka has won 21 WTA Tour singles titles, including two Major singles titles at the 2012 and 2013 Australian Opens, becoming the first Belarusian player, male or female, to win a major singles title. Azarenka is also a three-time major finalist at the US Open, finishing runner-up to Serena Williams in both 2012 and 2013 and to Naomi Osaka in 2020. In singles, she has won six Premier Mandatory tournaments (including the Sunshine Double in 2016), four Premier 5 tournaments, and the singles bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics. She was the runner-up at the 2011 WTA Finals to Petra Kvitová, reached four other major singles semifinals (Australian Open in 2023, Wimbledon in 2011 and 2012, and the French Open in 2013), and had nine other major quarterfinal appearances. She finished with a year-end top 10 singles ranking for five consecutive years between 2009 and 2013.

Azarenka has won 10 WTA Tour doubles titles (including one WTA 1000, two Premier Mandatory, and two Premier 5 titles), reached four major finals in women's doubles, and reached a career-high ranking of No. 7 in the world on 7 July 2008. She has won three mixed doubles titles — two being major titles at the 2007 US Open with compatriot Max Mirnyi and the 2008 French Open with Bob Bryan, and the third being the Olympic gold medal in mixed doubles at the 2012 London Olympics with Mirnyi.