Amanda Anisimova is getting ready for what it could be a breakthrough season. The talented American achieve a world no.21 career high-rank in 2019 after she won her first title in Bogota’ and she reached a surprising semifinal at the Roland Garros.
Currently ranked no.24, Amanda is preparing next season without her beloved father and long-time coach that suddenly passed away right before the US Open this year. Amanda will face her childhood hero Maria Sharapova at an exhibition in Abu Dhabi and she will play her first official event in Auckland.
In the meantime, between training, Anisimova is finding some time to enjoy the beach. Here her latest pictures.
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Amanda Anisimova’s ranking and performance in 2019
Ranked no.24, Amanda played her last match on the 30th of September when she surrendered to Jennifer Brady 6-74 7-62 6-3 in the 1st round in Beijing.
This year the American has a 24-15 win-loss record. Amanda has won 1 title in Bogota.