Anastasia Berezov

  • Age14
  • Born10 November 2003
  • LivesTerrey Hills, NSW
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachSteve Thompson

On court

  • first began to play tennis at age four
  • In 2016, won the 12/u Australian Grasscourt Championships in Adelaide
  • Represented Australia at the World Junior Tennis qualifying event in Malaysia, April 2017
  • Triumphed at the 14/u Australian Claycourt Championships in Canberra in October 2017
  • Beat Annerly Poulos in a tight match to claim the 14/u Australian Championships title in December 2017
  • Loves tennis because: “I feel like I can express everything when I hit the ball. I get to be aggressive and not too passive.”
  • Strengths are her ball-feel and ability to read the game
  • Professional goal is to crack the top 100 and, if she keeps progressing, to win some Grand Slams.

Off court

  • born in Australia to a Japanese mother and Russian father

Anastasia Berezov in the news

Getting to know…Anastasia Berezov
December Showdown 2017
23 July, 2018

Anastasia Berezov is one of the youngest players in the world to have a WTA ranking. Get to know more about the talented 14-year-old from Sydney…
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Junior Davis and Fed Cup qualifying underway in Malaysia
L-R Tai Sach, Chen Dong, Cooper White ready to compete in Malaysia at the Junior Davis Cup Asia / Oceania qualifying
11 April, 2018

Our Junior Davis and Fed Cup are competing in Malaysia for a spot in the finals later this year.
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White, Berezov claim 14/u Australian titles
Anastasia Berezov (L) and Cooper White pose with their 14/u Australian Championships trophies at Melbourne Park (photo credit Elizabeth Xue Bai)
7 December, 2017

Top seeds Cooper White and Anastasia Berezov are the Australian 14/u champions after winning their finals on Thursday at Melbourne Park.
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Dellavedova on track in 18/u champs
Matthew Dellavedova in action during the 18/u Australian Championships as part of the December Showdown at Melbourne Park; Elizabeth Xue Bai
6 December, 2017

Top seed Matthew Dellavedova kept his unbeaten run alive at the 18/u Australian Championships and will head into the knockout stage of the event full of confidence.
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