Anna Kournikova

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Qualifications: Anna Kournikova is a Russian professional tennis player. She was a trainer on the TV show The Biggest Loser in 2011, for season 12.

Personal History: Tennis player Anna Sergeyevna Kournikova was born on June 7, 1981, in Moscow, Russia. She was competing in the juniors by age 9, and within two years, she was headed to the U.S. to train at Nick Bollettieri's famed Florida tennis academy. She subsequently won several international junior tennis tournaments and was declared the Junior European Champion and Junior World Champion in 1995.

At age 15, Kournikova reached the fourth round of the U.S. Open, and at age 16 she reached the semi-finals of Wimbledon. In 1999, she won two Grand Slam doubles titles with partner Martina Hingis. However, in 130 singles tournaments she only reached the finals four times, never winning, and spent the bulk of her career ranked out of the top thirty.

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