<h5>Day Four: The Championships - Wimbledon 2016</h5>
<p>LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 30: Anastasia Rodionova of Australia serves during the ladies doubles first round match against Yi-Fan Xu of China and Saisai Zheng of China on day four of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on June 30, 2016 in London, England.</p>
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Anastasia Rodionova

Anastasia Rodionova

Tennis Schedule & Results

(Local) / 05:00 PM 6 Aug (Rio)
Women's Doubles First Round

0 (Lost)

2 (Won)



Anastasia Rodionova

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Athlete Biography

Anastasia Rodionova will partner with her sister Arina in the women’s doubles at her second Olympics in Rio, becoming one of nine sets of siblings on the 2016 Team.

Ranked world no.38 in doubles, Anastasia’s strongest performance in the past 12 months was at the 2016 Australian Open where she made the quarter-finals alongside her sister before going down to Chinese pair Yifan Xu and Saisai Zheng. In September 2014, she peaked at world number 15 in the doubles rankings.

Born in Russia, Anastasia began competing for Australia immediately after gaining citizenship in late 2009.

She went on a remarkable run at the Delhi Commonwealth Games winning gold in both the women’s singles and doubles, before winning silver in the mixed doubles.

Competing at her first Olympic Games four years ago in London, Rodionova lined up alongside partner Jarmila Gajdosova, who she had made the 2012 French Open quarter-finals with, in the women’s doubles. The pair were knocked out in the first round of the tournament after going down 6-1, 6-4 to the sixth seeded Russians Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina.

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Fast Facts

Olympic Information

  • Rio 2016 will be debut.

Recent Performances

  • 2nd round (doubles) - 2016 Montreal (Montreal, Canada)
  • Final (doubles) - 2016 Stanford (Stanford, USA)
  • Quarter-finals (doubles) - 2016 Birmingham (Birmingham, Great Britain)
  • 1st round (doubles) - 2016 French Open (Paris, France)
  • Quarter-finals (doubles) 2016 Australian Open (Melbourne, Australia)

Career Highlights

  • Winning Gold in the women's singles and doubles at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.


  • Primary
    Tambov, Russia


  • Primary Training Base
    Melbourne, Australia


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