Matt asked in SportsTennis · 10 years ago

Anna Kournikova's biggest win ?? Did she have one?

Everyone says she was overrated, but she must have had a BIG win right?? If there is one, where was it, and against who??

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  • 10 years ago
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    1998 was Kournikova's best year on tour. Her biggest win was an upset of Steffi Graf on the grass courts of the Eastbourne tournament that year. Her best tournament was the '98 Miami tournament where she upset 4 top 10 players in succession (Seles, Martinez, Davenport, and Sanchez-Vicario) before falling to #11 Venus Williams in 3 sets in the final.

    After having a great year in '98, the media became fixated with her sex symbol status and her results nose-dived thereafter.

    Her best slam result was 1997 Wimbledon where she recahed her only slam semi (falling to Hingis).

    Kournikova's had some nice wins over quality opponents throughout her career: Davenport at her "home tournament" in San Diego, Seles, Hingis, Majoli on clay (while she was defending French Open champ), Sanchez Vicario on clay, Graf on grass, Martinez, Clijsters, Capriati, Mauresmo, and Dementieva. She's never beaten either Williams sister, but she did take them to 3 sets on occasion.

    Kournikova wasn't a bad player, she just couldn't control her nerves when it counts. Mostly, it was her serve that deserted her in big moments. She had a lot of pressure on her to win a title and justify the hype

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  • dowden
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    Anna Kournikova Wins

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  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    As far as singles titles is concerned, Kournikova has NEVER won a single title.

    She did win a couple of doubles titles with Hingis I believe. That might be considered a big win, but as far as singles titles are concerned, there is nothing!

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  • 10 years ago

    im pretty sure she won more than one grand slam in doubles with Hingis. Winning a grand slam is kind of a big deal.

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