Ekaterina Alexandrova is a Russian professional tennis player. She was born on November 15, 1994, in Chelyabinsk, Russia. She turned professional in 2011.
Alexandrova has won four WTA singles titles, three WTA 125 titles, and seven singles titles on the ITF Circuit. Her highest singles ranking is No. 16, which she reached in February 2023. She also peaked at No. 58 in the WTA doubles rankings.
Alexandrova is a powerful baseliner with a strong serve. She is known for her aggressive style of play. She is also a good mover and has a solid all-around game.
Alexandrova has represented Russia in the Fed Cup and the Olympics. She is a rising star in women’s tennis and is expected to achieve even more success in the years to come.
Ekaterina Alexandrova Parents: Meet Evgeny Alexandrov and Lyudmila Alexandrova.
Ekaterina Alexandrova was born to Mr. Evgeny Alexandrov, her father, and Lyudmila Alexandrova, her mother.
Her father, Evgeny is her coach and Steffi Graf was her childhood tennis idol.
Since 2006, Alexandrova has been living and training in Prague, Czech Republic, with her parents and two siblings, a brother and a sister. They moved after travelling to the city for a youth tournament, attracted by the local availability of tennis courts compared to Russia.