Anett Kontaveit

Birth date 24 Dec 1995 (20 years)
Nationality Estonia Estonia

Anett Kontaveit, born on December 24, 1995, is a junior Estonian female junior player who is the youngest player from Estonia to win the Estonian championships twice. She is coached by Marten Tamla. She won the Tennis Sweden Junior Cup after defeating Stephanie Nauta with a score of 6-1 6-4. In 2010 she played in the Epitok Cup in Budapest, Hungary, where she was defeated by Vaszilisza Bulgakova.

Kontaveit won her first ITF title in 2011 at the SEB Tallink Open when she defeated Zuzana Luknarova in the final. She also plays for the Estonia Fed Cup team and made her FedCup debut on Feb. 5, 2011, facing of against a top 30 player Maria Jose Martinez in the first match, and losing to the Spanish player with a score of 2-6 0-6 .

Despite being young the 15-year old sports a strong forehand and a good double-handed backhand. In 2011 she played in a total of 3 tournaments, won 11 matches and lost two. She has a singles ranking of 835 which she achieved on February 28, 2011. She has no career titles in the WTA, but one ITF title. She is currently residing in Wiimsi, Estonia. Kontaveit has won a total of $2,326 in prize money.

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