Amanda Anisimova is a professional tennis player from the United States. She is the Women’s Tennis Association’s (WTA) third-youngest player in the top 100, with a career-high ranking of No. 21 in the world. At the age of 17, Amanda Anisimova won her first WTA title at the Copa Colsanitas in April 2019.

Quick Info
NameAmanda Anisimova
Date of BirthAugust 31, 2001
Place of BirthFreehold Township, New Jersey
FatherOlga Anisimova
MotherKonstantin Anisimova.
OccupationTennis Player
RelationshipDating Tyler Roos
Height5 ft 9 in
Weight68 Kg
Age20 Years
Body Measurement32-26-32
Zodiac SignVirgo
Hair ColorWhite Brown
Eye ColorGreen
Net worth$2 million

Amanda Anisimova’s Early Life

Amanda Anisimova was born in Freehold Township, New Jersey, on August 31, 2001, to Olga Anisimova and Konstantin Anisimov. Maria, her older sister, was a collegiate tennis player for the University of Pennsylvania while attending Wharton’s undergraduate business school. Her parents immigrated from Russia to the United States a few years before being born to provide better possibilities for their older daughter. They both worked in finance and banking, and neither grew up playing competitive tennis.

Anisimova began playing tennis when she was five years old. She attributes her interest in the sport to her sister, adding, “She used to play tennis when I was a kid. I’d always seen her playing and wished I could do the same. So that’s how I got started, and it’s how my parents got started as well.” When Amanda was a child, her family relocated to Florida so that she and her sister would have more opportunities to practice and find other trainers. While she was a junior, her father served as her primary coach, and her mother assisted her. She has also been working with Nick Saviano since she was eleven years old.


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Starting Amanda Anisimova’s career

Anisimova was ranked No. 2 in the world in the ITF junior rankings. She made headlines in 2018 when reaching the fourth round of the Indian Wells Open at 16 after upsetting Petra Kvitova in the third round.

Amanda had a fantastic run in Hiroshima later in 2018, when she reached the final after beginning from the qualifying round and winning seven sets before losing to Su-Wei Hsieh. Anisimova eventually into the top 100 with this race in Japan.


Amanda Anisimova’s Professional Career

In the middle of 2016, Amanda Anisimova got a wild card into US Open qualifying, her first professional competition. She won her debut match at the age of 14 against world No. 124 Verónica Cepede Royg but lost the next round. Anisimova stayed in Brazil after winning the 2017 Copa Gerdau junior title in February and competed in an ITF $25K event in Curitiba. Even though this was her first professional main draw, she made it to her first professional final competition. Following that, Anisimova was given a wild card into the Miami Open, where she lost in three sets to Taylor Townsend in her WTA main draw debut while still just 15 years old.

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After reaching back-to-back finals in the ITF $80K event in Indian Harbour Beach and the ITF $60K event in Dothan during the clay-court season, Anisimova won the USTA French Open Wild Card Challenge. These performances also aided her in breaking into the top 300 of the WTA rankings. She lost the first round of the French Open by Kurumi Nara on her Grand Slam debut. Despite this, she is the youngest player to compete in the main draw since Alizé Cornet in 2005.

Anisimova continued to compete on the ITF Pro Circuit after skipping the grass-court season. She cracked the top 200 after winning her first professional championship in the $60K tournament in Sacramento at the end of July when she was just 15 years old.


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The inaugural Oracle Challenger Series 125K events in Newport Beach and Indian Wells were Anisimova’s first two tournaments of the year. She qualified for both main draws, and her performance in the Indian Wells semifinals earned her a wild card into the WTA tournament’s main event. Amanda Anisimova became the youngest player to reach the fourth round of the Indian Wells Open since Nicole Vaidiová in 2005.

She won her first WTA match against Pauline Parmentier, then beat No. 23 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and No. 9 Petra Kvitová, who was on a 14-match winning run. When she met No. 5 Karolna Plková, her unbeaten streak came to an end. In addition, Anisimova was given a wild card into the Miami Open. She won her first match once more.

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Despite hurting her right foot in the third set, she won her first match against Wang Qiang. After that, she withdraws from the competition due to an injury, which kept her out for four months. She had ascended to a career-high of No. 128 in the world at that time.

In July, Amanda Anisimova competed in the Silicon Valley Classic for the first time. She made the main draw after winning her first match back, which was also against Wang Qiang. She then went to the third round of the Cincinnati Open, reclaiming a place among the world’s top 150 players. Next, Anisimova joined the Japan Women’s Open after losing her first match as a wild card at the US Open.

She qualified for the main draw as a 17-year-old and reached her first career WTA final, dropping only one set overall and none in the main event before the final. She won the top seed and world No. 41 Zhang Shuai in the semifinals before losing to second seed Hsieh Su-Wei in the finals. This is when she cracked the top 100 for the first time.

Amanda Anisimova competed in one which was before the Australian Open event, reaching the quarterfinals of the Auckland Open. Despite never having won a major singles match, Anisimova advanced to the fourth round of the Australian Open. Before falling to eventual finalist Petra Kvitová, she won her first three matches in straight sets, including one over one of the championship contenders, world No. 11 Aryna Sabalenka. After that, she did not win more than one match in any of her next four tournaments over the next two months.

Amanda Anisimova started the Copa Colsanitas in Colombia with no match wins on clay at the WTA level, having missed the previous year’s clay-court season due to injury. Despite this, she won the tournament and became the first woman to win a WTA title. As the sixth seed, she won four of her five matches in three sets, including the final against Astra Sharma. Anisimova finished the clay-court season by becoming the French Open’s youngest semifinalist since Vaidiová in 2006.

She didn’t lose a set until the semifinals, when she lost to Ashleigh Barty, the eventual champion and world No. 8 at the time. Despite having to save two set points in the sixth game and coming back from a set down to win the first set after losing the first five games, she climbed to No. 26 in the world due to this achievement.

Amanda Anisimova began the year 2020 at the WTA Auckland Open, where she reached the semi-finals after defeating Kateryna Kozlova, Daria Kasatkina, and Eugenie Bouchard.  Following that, Anisimova had a poor showing at the Australian Open, losing in the first round to Zarina Diyas. She also competed in Mixed Doubles with Nick Kyrgios, where they got eliminated in the second round. Barbora Strcová defeated her in the first round of the Dubai tournament. She did better in Doha, where she won straight sets against Ekaterina Alexandrova and Elina Svitolina before withdrawing from her third-round match against Svetlana Kuznetsova due to injury.


Amanda Anisimova’s Net Worth

Her tennis career has left her with a net worth of around $2 million. She has also amassed a prize fund of $2,038,276. In 2020, she signed a deal with Gatorade, a beverage and food company specializing in sports. The player also uses Babolat racquets and wears Nike apparel.


Personal Life and Relationships of Amanda Anisimova

In terms of her personal life, she has kept most of her matters out of the public eye. However, if you’re worried about her relationship status, she is currently not single. She has, however, remained tight-lipped about her previous relationship.

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Tyler Roos, an athlete, and model, is her current boyfriend. He is the son of a former AFL player Paul Roos, who was inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame. It’s unknown how long they’ve been together, but they confirmed their romance in mid-2020. They also posted images of their lovey-dovey moments on their Instagram profiles.


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Amanda Anisimova’s Social Media Profiles

With personal and verified accounts on various social media platforms, this rising star is very active. She has 164k Instagram followers under the handle @amandaanisimova. Her Twitter handle is @amandaanisimova, and she has over 35.3k followers. She also has over 5.3k Facebook followers under the handle @AmandaAnisimova.


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