Anna Kournikova, the youngest tennis player who at the age of 14 won the 1996 Fed Cup. Kournikova is not only a tennis player but also one of the Top 10 Most Marketable Female Athletes.
Up to date, her career highlights her winning the 1996 ITF/ Midland-USA and ITF/Rockford- USA Singles division. Over the years, she has career a record of 186 wins corresponds to 60% to her total matches.
Ana turned pro in October 1995 at the young age of 14. She plays right-handed powered with two-handed backhand. Her basic style is power baseliner that constitutes good power, depth and placement of backhand. Added to that is her speed and tremendous effort level that emanates court coverage.
Kournikova is a prolific tennis player and a well-known celebrity for her wit and well-fit attributes. Among her several achievements as an athlete comprise the winning of the 2002 Australian and Moscow Open for doubles along with Hingis, in Shanghai partnered with J. Lee and in Sydney with Schett.
Along with Martina Hingis, the team is the recipient of 1999 WTA Tour Doubles Team of the Year Award, 1996 WTA Tour Most Impressive Newcomer Award. In addition to that, documentaries, TV appearances and product endorsements are packed in this one superb athlete who made it to the Power 100 in Fame and Fortune by Forbes magazine in 2000. And the latest in July 2004 as Forbes Magazine Celebrity 100 list.