WTA Tour young stars: The protagonists of the coming years


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WTA Tour young stars: The protagonists of the coming years

In the last two years, we have seen many new young WTA stars emerge. They are achieving important results, fame and success. Many of them have already reached unexpected goals and opened up to a bright future in women's tennis.

The girls born from 1997 onwards are gaining points and titles: here is an overview of the new protagonists of women's tennis. Naomi Osaka. Born on 1997 October 16th, she has already won two Slams: the US Open 2018 and the Australian Open 2019.

Not only because she also won the Indian Wells Premier Mandatory and the Toray Pan Pacific Open, for a total of 4 career titles. Jelena Ostapenko. Born on 1997 June 8th, she surprisingly won the 2017 French Open edition against the favorite Simona Halep and a total of 2 career titles.

This year she is playing badly but she can still improve, considering her young age. Belinda Bencic. Born on 1997 March 10th, The Swiss, despite some ups and downs, won a total of 3 career titles, among them the Rogers Cup 2015, year in which she showed to the world her talent.

She reached the semifinal at the US Open 2019. Aryna Sabalenka. Born on 1998 May 5th, she won a total of 4 career titles, for two times the WTA Premier 5 of Wuhan. In the Slams, she got the fourth round of the US Open 2018. Despite some ups and down with her skills she can aspire to important goals.

Sofia Kenin. Born on 1998 November 14th, she won 3 career titles, all of them in this 2019., for a total of 4 finals played on this season. She is one of the brighter stars of the American tennis for the future, with her countrywoman Amanda Anisimova.

Markéta Vondrousova. Born on 1999 June 28th, she reached her first Slam final just this season at the Roland Garros. She lost the match against Ashleigh Barty, but she showed she can become a future women's star. She won a career title in 4 finals played.

Dayana Yastremska. Born on 2000 May 15th, she won 3 career title, two of which just this season. Despite her young age, she is considered as one of the future stars of women's tennis, even in the Slam tournaments. Bianca Andreescu.

Born on 2000 June 16th, Bianca is perhaps the brightest star among the young protagonists of women's tennis. She won the 2019 US Open against Serena Williams in the final. We also ad the titles of Indian Wells and Rogers Cup, all won this season, and despite she played few matches because of injury!

Amanda Anisimova. Born on 2001 August 31st, she is the youngest in the group. In 2019 she has already reached the fourth round of the Australian Open and the semifinal of Roland Garros, also winning her first WTA career title in Bogotà.

Anisimova and Kenin are the future of American women's tennis. Cori Gauff. Born on 2004 March 13th, Coco reached the fourth round at Wimbledon and the third round at the US Open. Her early talent has yet to be evaluated, but she has all the skills to become a great champion. In Linz, she won her first WTA title!