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Sorana Mihaela Cîrstea ist eine rumänische Tennisspielerin. Sorana Mihaela Cîrstea (* 7. April in Bukarest) ist eine rumänische Tennisspielerin. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Karriere. Rasanter Aufstieg in die erweiterte. Tsd. Abonnenten, folgen, Beiträge - Sieh dir Instagram-Fotos und -Videos von Sorana Cirstea (@soranacirstea) an. Spielerprofil, Ergebnisse und Statistiken für Spieler: Sorana Cirstea - Live Ergebnisse, Resultate, Spielerstatistik. Sorana Cirstea (Rumänien) - WTA Platz 75 - alle Spielstatistiken, Weltranglisten-Platzierung und persönlichen Informationen aus dem Jahr - Tennis.
Sorana Cirstea. Land: Rumänien. Alter: 30 Jahre. Geburtsdatum: 07 April Geburtsort: Bukarest. Größe: m. Gewicht: 59 kg. Info. Sorana Mihaela Cîrstea ist eine rumänische Tennisspielerin. Sorana Cirstea. Kader · Spiele & Ergebnisse. Mehr. Sorana Cirstea Damen. Sorana Cirstea. #, Name, Land, Geburtstag. Sorana Cîrstea, Rumänien,
Finalist 3 : - Tashkent; - Toronto; - Budapest. Gibbs ; reached 3r twice incl. US Open , 2r five times incl.
Roland Garros and 1r six times incl. Roland Garros and in qualifying twice. Krejcikova ; reached five QFs at Istanbul l. Svitolina , Madrid l. Mladenovic , Seoul l.
Kumkhum , Beijing l. Ostapenko and Linz l. Rybarikova ; posted one R16 appearance at Australian Open l.
Muguruza ; made two 3r at Miami l. Wozniacki and Wimbledon l. Muguruza ; 2r five times incl. Australian Open and in qualifying four times incl.
Pliskova 16 76 3 60; held 2mp at 61 54 , Dubai and Tianjin; reached 3r once Roland Garros and 2r seven times incl. US Open ; fell 1r 10 times incl.
Williams in final ; SF twice at Pattaya City l. Australian Open and Roland Garros and 2r seven times incl. Williams and Guangzhou l. Australian Open and Wimbledon and 2r eight times incl.
Roland Garros, Olympics and Miami - l. Australian Open ; fell 1r six times incl. Australian Open and Eastbourne - l. Wimbledon, US Open and 2r three times incl.
Bastad - l. Australian Open. Lisicki in final ; SF at Luxembourg l. Australian Open and Olympics and in qualifying twice; made Top debut on February 25 rose from No.
All of her main draw matches went to three sets. She beat Martina Müller in the second round, Eleni Daniilidou in the quarterfinals and Karin Knapp in the semifinals before losing to Gisela Dulko in the final.
During her run, she beat two players ranked inside the WTA top She competed for Romania in the women's singles at the Summer Olympics , losing in the first round to Sahar Pe'er.
At the end of , she was No. She then defeated her doubles partner Caroline Wozniacki, the tenth seed, 7—6, 7—5. At the Ordina Open in the Netherlands, she defeated Niculescu in three sets but lost in the second round to Yanina Wickmayer.
She defeated Edina Gallovits and Sania Mirza in the first two rounds, but lost 6—7, 3—6 to the eighth seed Victoria Azarenka in the third round.
She finished ranked 43rd in the world with a 21—24 match record. She lost in the first round of the Hobart tournament to Peng Shuai 1—6, 4—6.
At the Australian Open , she defeated Olivia Rogowska 6—3, 2—6, 6—2, but lost in the second round to Alisa Kleybanova 4—6, 3—6.
She lost in straight sets in the first rounds of the Dubai , Acapulco , and Monterrey tournaments, to Francesca Schiavone , Sharon Fichman , and Sara Errani , respectively.
At Indian Wells she reached the second round, first defeating Kaia Kanepi 6—7, 6—3, 6—4, before losing to Zheng Jie 3—6, 5—7.
She then lost in the second round to her fellow Romanian Simona Halep 4—6, 6—7. In the quarterfinals, she beat Arantxa Rus 6—4, 6—1, but fell to Arantxa Parra Santonja , 6—1, 6—4 in the semi-finals.
Two weeks later, she qualified for the Strasbourg tournament, losing to Elena Baltacha 3—6, 5—7 in the first round. At the French Open , she lost in the first round to the defending champion Svetlana Kuznetsova 3—6, 1—6.
At Eastbourne she defeated Francesca Schiavone 7—5, 6—3, losing in the second round to Kuznetsova 6—4, 6—7, 6—7. In the first round she lost 6—3, 3—6, 3—6 to Alla Kudryavtseva.
She then made it into the main draw of the Wimbledon Championships , where she lost in straight sets to Pauline Parmentier.
She lost 3—6, 3—6 in the second round to Vesna Dolonts. She lost then to Tsvetana Pironkova 6—2, 1—6, 1—6. She was beaten by CoCo Vandeweghe in the first round 7—5, 6—7, 6—3.
In the first round she defeated Ksenia Pervak 6—4, 3—6, 6—3, but lost in the second to Jill Craybas 4—6, 6—1, 6—7. She played doubles for the first time with Alberta Brianti of Italy.
She paired with Ayumi Morita of Japan in doubles. In the first round, she beat Nikola Hofmanova 6—7, 6—0, 6—0, before she beat Silvia Soler Espinosa 2—6, 6—1, 7—5.
Then Sorana defeated Anastasia Rodionova 6—1, 6—2 to play in the main singles draw. In the first round, she beat Tamira Paszek 7—5, 6—3.
She defeated Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, the 4th seed of the tournament, 4—6, 6—0, 6—4 in second round.
Sorana lost in first round to Flavia Pennetta. In doubles, she paired again with Darija Jurak of Croatia. She lost in third round to Sara Errani in a match harmed by an early back injury.
She defeated Erika Sema in the first round and then Misaki Doi in the second by the same scoreline. In the quarterfinals, she defeated top seeded and world No.
She lost in the semifinals to Maria Kirilenko. In the second round she lost to 3rd seed Samantha Stosur. In the first round she defeated Stefanie Vögele in three sets.
In Miami, she lost a first-round match to wildcard Heather Watson in three sets. In the first round, she beat Polona Hercog after she retired due to dizziness.
As the No. Sorana beat the 11th seed Li Na in the second round but lost to Maria Kirilenko. She competed in the women's singles and the women's doubles with Simona Halep at the Summer Olympics , but was eliminated in round one in both events.
At the Bank of the West Classic , Sorana as the ninth seed in the tournament beat Vania King in the first round and lucky loser Zheng Saisai in the second.
In the second round, she lost to Anna Tatishvili in three sets. The following week, she defeated Nina Bratchikova before losing to Lauren Davis in the second round at Hobart.
At the French Open , she reached the third round losing to world No. She lost to top-seeded Serena Williams in the final, 2—6, 0—6. She had reached now the 21st place in the WTA rankings.
At the US Open , she defeated qualifier Sharon Fichman 7—5, 6—7, 6—1 before then being upset by Japanese qualifier Kurumi Nara 7—5, 6—1 in the second round.
Her next tournament was the Guangzhou International Women's Open where she suffered another early round loss, this time to Bojana Jovanovski 2—6, 1—6.
She then defeated Misaki Doi before losing to Svetlana Kuznetsova in the third round. By the end of the year, she had lost her No.
At the Qatar Total Open , she defeated qualifier Alla Kudryavtseva in the first round 2—6, 6—1, 7—5. The following week at Dubai , she defeated Italian Roberta Vinci in the first round 6—4, 6—3 and 4th seed Sara Errani in the second round 6—2, 5—7, 6—1 for a place in her second quarterfinal of the year.
She subsequently lost to 8th seed Caroline Wozniacki in the quarterfinal 1—6, 2—6. She lost in the second round at both tournaments to qualifier Camila Giorgi 6—7, 3—6 and Tsvetana Pironkova 3—6, 3—6.
She was the eighth seed at the Family Circle Cup , but she lost in the second round to Teliana Pereira 6—3, 3—6, 6—7.
In the 1st round, she beat qualifier Aleksandra Wozniak 6—7, 7—5, 6—2. In the second round, she beat Teliana Pereira 6—2, 7—5.
In the first round, she lost to young American qualifier Victoria Duval 4—6, 6—3, 1—6. She defeated Kiki Bertens in the 1st round 6—4, 4—6, 6—3 but then lost to Bojana Jovanovski 6—4, 5—7, 3—6.
Her first tournament of the year was at the Australian Open. She lost in the first round to qualifier Alexandra Panova.
Despite getting a wildcard to be in the main draw, American Christina McHale beat her in the first round. Her woes continued as she suffered another first round loss, this time at the hands of eighth seed Irina Falconi.
Here, she lost in the first round in three sets to Wang Yafan. She won both of her qualifying matches to get to the final round of qualifying.
Even though she was the fourth seed, she was defeated in the first round by Italian qualifier Claudia Giovine. She easily won her first round match over Giorgia Marchetti.
She won her first round over Naomi Osaka. She then lost in the next round to fourth seed Sachia Vickery. She was defeated in the quarterfinals by eighth seed and eventual finalist Yulia Putintseva.
Next, she traveled to her country to play at the BRD Bucharest Open ; she also was given a wildcard into the main draw.