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Olympic Information

    Debut

Recent Performances

  • 1st round (singles) - 2012 Wimbledon (Wimbledon, Great Britain)
  • 2nd round (doubles w/Klepac) - 2012 Wimbledon (Wimbledon, Great Britain)
  • Quarter finals (doubles w/Klepac) - 2012 UNICEF Open (S-Hertogenbosch, Germany)
  • 2nd round (singles) - 2012 AEGON Classic (Birmingham, Great Britain)
  • 1st round (singles), Quarter finals (doubles w/Gajdosova) - 2012 French Open (Paris, France)
  • Semi finals (doubles w/Dellacqua) - 2012 Brussels Open (Brussels, Belgium)
  • 1st round (singles), 1st round (doubles w/Mirza) - 2012 WTA Madrid Masters (Madrid, Spain)
  • Semi finals (doubles w/Mirza) - 2012 Estoril Open (Estoril, Portugal)

Career Highlights

  • Winning Gold in the women's singles and doubles at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
  • Making my first Olympic Games.

Interesting Facts

  • Anastasia Rodionova will be looking to emulate her success at the 2010 Commonwealth Games when she takes to iconic courts of Wimbledon with partner Jarmila Gajdosova.
  • Born in Russia, she began competing for Australia immediately after gaining citizenship in late 2009 with her best result representing her birth country was a runner up with Andy Ram in the mixed doubles at Wimbledon in 2003.
  • Rodionova went on a remarkable run at the Delhi Commonwealth Games winning two gold and a silver in the three competitions. She was victorious in both the singles, where she defeated local favourite Sania Mirza in the final, and doubles where she teamed up with Sally Peers and downed compatriots Olivia Rogowska and Jessica Moore in the final. Partnering Paul Hanley in the mixed doubles, she finished with silver after losing in three sets to Scot's Colin Fleming and Jocelyn Rae.
  • In 2010, Rodionova reached a career high single ranking of 62 midway through the year.
  • Rodionova made a strong start to her doubles campaign in 2012 making the quarter-finals with London doubles partner Jarmila Gajdosova at the 2012 French Open.

Sport

Years on national team

2

Primary Training Base

Melbourne

Education

Primary

Tambov, Russia


Tennis Team

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