She is the third-youngest player ranked in the top 100 by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) and has a career-high ranking of No. [36][37][38] The following two months, she did not record more than a single match win at any of her next four tournaments. But they took tennis while in Florida, with Konstantin as the girl’s primary coach and Olga as an assistant. She defeated top seed and world No. That got her $250,000 in prize cash. [29], Anisimova had less success in the second half of the season. Amanda Anisimova was born in New Jersey to Olga Anisimova and Konstantin Anisimov. 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[31] After losing her opening match as a wild card at the US Open, Anisimova next entered the Japan Women's Open. [19][20] A few weeks later, Anisimova was awarded a wild card into the Miami Open, where she lost to Taylor Townsend in three sets in her WTA main draw debut. The cleanliness of her ball-striking, quick movement, point construction, and powerful groundstrokes make her a formidable opponent on any surface. 21 in the world. Maria Anisimova became a big sister on August 31, 2001, when Olga gave birth to Amanda in Freehold Township, New Jersey. Her mom Serena survived a shaky start to advance past Sloane Stephens, 2-6, 6-2, 6-2. by: Jordaan Sanford | SEP, 05 2020.