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Elena Ivanova
Elena  Ivanova


Moscow, Russia

High School:
No. 1290


2009 - Freshman

Spring: Named Big Ten Athlete of the Week on March 31 after defeating Aleksandra Markovic of Wisconsin, 6-7, 6-3, 6-3 ... Recipient of the 2009 Heather Mactaggart Spirit Award ... Posted a team-high 10 wins during the dual season and recorded an 14-8 record in doubles action ... Occupied the ITA's No. 74-ranked doubles position, with partner Stephanie Kebler, after defeating the No. 35 tandem of Elizabeth Carpenter and Angela Chupa from Wisconsin, 8-5 ... Posted an 8-6 win over Denise Muresan and Rika Tatsuno of No. 18 Michigan, with partner Ana Milosavljevic ... Defeated Natalia Baez of No. 40 Louisville, 6-7, 6-4, 10-6 ... Partnered with Milosavljevic to defeat Molly Aloia and Marah Calvo of No. 60 Saint Mary's, 8-6, at the ITA Kick-Off Weekend.
Fall: Finished the fall with seven singles wins and four in doubles ... Participated in the ITA Midwest Regional qualifying draw ... Defeated Molly Drake of Cleveland State at the Spartan Invitational, 6-0, 6-0 ... Recorded an 8-1 win over Shayna Miller and Catherine Duboc of Cornell at the Purdue Invitational with partner Ally Wickman ... Topped both Stefanie Menoff and Libby Harrison of Bowling Green, 8-3, and Jeremie Benjamin and Lindsey Berry of Akron, 8-6, at the Spartan Invitational with partner Lindsey Lonergan ... Finished 2-1 at the Purdue Invitational after posting wins over Shayna Miller of Cornell, 6-2, 6-3, and Jessica Lange of Tulane, 6-3, 6-1.

High School
Attended School No. 1290 in Moscow, Russia ... Earned a career-high International Tennis Federation combined ranking of 817 ... Advanced to the round of 32 at the Heiveld Indoor Junior Championships in Belgium ... Earned a spot in the quarterfinals at the Samara Cup in Samara, Russia ... Advanced to the doubles quarterfinals alongside partner Irina Chaukina at the Black Gold of Udmurtia in Izhevsk, Russia.

Born Jan. 9, 1992 in Brussels, Belgium ... Daughter of Andrei Ivanova and Yulia Oborina ... Mother is a tennis referee ... Plans to major in business management.

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