Kazakh-Russian tennis star Elena Rybakina is easily one of the most interesting young names to come out of the Eastern European tennis circuit. At just 19, she already has a huge amount of potential unlocked and could easily become one of the leading players on the WTA Circuit as time goes on. She made her WTA debut in 2017, playing at the Kremlin Cup, and also impressed at the 2018 St. Petersburg Ladies’ Trophy, when she defeated the then-world number 7, Caroline Garcia, in a tremendous match.
Now representing Kazakhstan, she has won an impressive number of trophies in recent times, including a win in February 2019 against Irina Khromacheva in Launceston, Australia. Her most recent win before that came in 2018, when she won in Kazan, Russia, defeating Daria Nazarkina in an impressive Final performance.
While she is still so young, the impressive youngster has been taking part in WTA Finals since 2015, when she first lost to Ekaterine Gorgodze in the Final in Antalya, Turkey.
For many, though, she is easily one of the most interesting young names on the WTA circuit at present. With more experience, there is no limit in what Rybakina can achieve in the game.