Anna Chakvetadze – tennis player
Anna Chakvetadze is a Russian professional tennis player (with Georgian and Ukrainian roots)and a beautiful girl.
Anna was born in Russia’s capital, Moscow, on March 5, 1987. Her father is a businessman and her mother is a housewife.
The girl started playing tennis at the age of eight. Her first coach was Victor Pavlov. Anna continued playing tennis at the international tennis academy Valerie, where her coach was Chris Evert. She also trained in the French tennis academy.
In Russian tennis circles, Chakvetadze is known as “good” Anna.
In 2001, Chakvetadze won the Championship of Russia.
In 2002, Anna once again became the strongest at the domestic championship.
In 2003, she became Junior Wimbledon vice-champion. In the same year Russian tennis player debuted in adult competitions and began her professional career.
In 2006, Chakvetadze won WTA championship in Guangzhou, China. During the same season, the Russian became the strongest in the women’s singles at the Kremlin Cup.
On September 10, 2007, she reached her career-high professional singles ranking of World No. 5.
Anna Chakvetadze has a fantastic record of 8-1 in WTA finals. She only lost one final to Caroline Wozniacki, in 2008, and her best win was a Tier I event in her native city, Moscow, where she won the Kremlin Cup against another home favorite, Nadia Petrova.
During her professional career, she has managed to win eight WTA titles and two – ITF.
2006: Guangzhou & Moscow
2007: Hobart, Rosmalen, Cincinnati & Stanford
2007: Fed Cup for Russia
On December 18, 2007, Chakvetadze’s home was burgled. According to police, six unknown people wearing masks climbed over the fence of the country house, then broke into the house and tied Anna and her parents up. The robbers took away money and valuables worth some 5 million rubles (over $203,000). The suspects were arrested three months later. Anna and her parents were not hurt.