WTA Rabat 05/19 14:30 25 Kamilla Rakhimova vs Taylor Townsend View


WTA Parma 05/16 19:40 27 [98] Kamilla Rakhimova v Mayar Sherif [80] 3-6,5-7
WTA Parma 05/15 14:50 26 [84] Daria Saville v Kamilla Rakhimova [98] 4-6,5-7
WTA Parma 05/14 14:20 25 [87] Martina Trevisan v Kamilla Rakhimova [98] 2-6,4-6
WTA Rome 05/06 14:35 14 Olga Danilovic v Kamilla Rakhimova 6-2,6-0
WTA Lleida 05/01 09:15 25 [47] Arantxa Rus v Kamilla Rakhimova [97] 6-3,6-4
WTA Madrid 04/22 08:00 14 [121] Emiliana Arango v Kamilla Rakhimova [97] 6-4,6-1
WTA Bogota 04/06 20:35 28 [42] Marie Bouzkova v Kamilla Rakhimova [92] 6-4,7-6
WTA Bogota 04/05 20:00 27 [75] Cristina Bucsa v Kamilla Rakhimova [92] 6-0,4-6,5-7
WTA Bogota 04/03 17:30 26 [103] Renata Zarazua v Kamilla Rakhimova [92] 6-7,7-6,3-6
WTA Bogota 04/02 16:35 25 Valentina Mediorreal Arias v Kamilla Rakhimova 4-6,7-6,1-6
WTA Miami 03/17 18:40 14 [111] Claire Liu v Kamilla Rakhimova [95] 4-6,6-3,7-6
WTA Charleston 03/13 15:25 26 [123] McCartney Kessler v Kamilla Rakhimova [95] 7-5,6-2

Wikipedia - Kamilla Rakhimova

Kamilla Stanislavovna Rakhimova (Russian: Камилла Станиславовна Рахимова, IPA: [kɐˈmʲiɫə rɐˈxʲiməvə]; born 28 August 2001) is a Russian professional tennis player of Tatar descent. She has career-high WTA rankings of world No. 65 in singles, achieved on 12 June 2023, and No. 65 in doubles, attained on 6 June 2022. Up to date, she has won three doubles titles on the WTA Tour along with two doubles titles on the WTA Challenger Tour and eight singles and six doubles titles on the ITF Circuit.


2019–2020: WTA Tour and major debuts

Rakhimova made her WTA Tour debut at the 2019 Baltic Open, where she received a wildcard for the main draw but lost to Latvian wildcard Diāna Marcinkēviča. She made her Grand Slam main-draw debut as a qualifier at the 2020 French Open, and defeated Shelby Rogers.

2021: US Open singles third round, two doubles titles & top 100 in doubles

Despite losing to 11th seed Kristýna Plíšková, Rakhimova entered the US Open as a lucky loser by beating Lizette Cabrera, and Usue Maitane Arconada in the qualifying rounds. She then defeated Kristina Mladenovic in the first round, swept 32nd seed Ekaterina Alexandrova aside, before falling to eighth seed Barbora Krejčíková in straight sets. This was her first third-round showing at a major in her career.

She won her second doubles title at the Upper Austria Ladies Linz, partnering Natela Dzalamidze. As a result, she moved 26 positions up into the top 70 in doubles, on 15 November 2021.

2022–2023: Two majors & WTA 1000 debut, top 65 in singles and doubles

Following a semifinal showing at the 2022 Copa Colsanitas, she reached the top 100 at world No. 96 on 11 April 2022.

She qualified for the 2023 Monterrey Open and defeated sixth seed Kateřina Siniaková. As a result, she rose to world No. 89 on 6 March 2023. She made back to back semifinals at the Copa Colsanitas.

She made her debut at the WTA 1000 level at the 2023 Italian Open as a lucky loser. She also made her debut at the French Open and reached the second major third round but lost to Aryna Sabalenka in straight sets. Despite the result, she climbed to world No. 65 on 12 June 2023. Rakhimova also made her debut at the Wimbledon Championships.

At the US Open, she reached also the third round, this time in doubles, partnering Elina Avanesyan as an alternate pair, defeating tenth seeded pair of Jelena Ostapenko and Lyudmyla Kichenok.