Amanda Anisimova talks about her feelings after succesful comeback and her coach Mark Lucero

Amanda Anisimova returns to tennis after injury, enjoying the Charleston tournament and focusing on her art business, foritcause.com, which later became a charitable foundation.

Amanda Anisimova

Amanda Anisimova discusses her return to tennis after a hiatus due to injury. She expresses her joy at being back at the Charleston tournament, which she cherishes, and shares that she needed a break from the tennis atmosphere and pressure. Anisimova attended Nova Southeastern University during her time away and enjoyed the normalcy of school life.

She talks about the challenges of being authentic on social media and her successful partnership with her new coach, Mark Lucero. Anisimova also shares her motivation behind starting her art business, as a hobby that later turned into a charitable foundation. She explains that she sought purpose outside of tennis and found fulfillment in her art and its charitable aspect.

Anisimova in Charleston, ranking, and results in 2024

Amanda Anisimova

5 - 3win/loss

Hard
4-2
Clay
1-1
22 year old
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2024 Highlights

Ranked world no.264, Amanda has achieved a 5-2 win-loss record in 2024. Anisimova is now having a run in Charleston where she conquered the world no.97 Alize Cornet 6-3 6-0.

Amanda Anisimova will play the world no.5 Jessica Pegula in the 2nd round on Tuesday at 5:00 pm on Credit One Stadium. Their record is 1-0 for Pegula.

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Charleston
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