WTA Dubai 02/19 16:55 24 [13] Daria Kasatkina v Lucia Bronzetti [60] 6-7,6-4,5-7
WTA Dubai 02/19 16:15 24 Daria Kasatkina v Marta Kostyuk CANC
WTA Doha 02/12 14:25 24 [32] Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova v Daria Kasatkina [13] 6-2,7-6
WTA Abu Dhabi 02/11 13:00 29 [5] Elena Rybakina v Daria Kasatkina [14] 6-1,6-4
WTA Abu Dhabi 02/10 11:00 28 [14] Daria Kasatkina v Beatriz Haddad Maia [13] 6-3,4-6,7-6
WTA Abu Dhabi 02/09 14:45 27 [14] Daria Kasatkina v Sorana Cirstea [26] 6-2,6-0
WTA Abu Dhabi 02/07 09:00 26 [14] Daria Kasatkina v Ashlyn Krueger [82] 6-3,7-5
WTA Abu Dhabi 02/05 14:25 25 [14] Daria Kasatkina v Diane Parry [59] 6-4,5-7,6-4
Australian Open Women 01/18 05:20 24 [44] Sloane Stephens v Daria Kasatkina [13] 4-6,6-3,6-3
Australian Open Women 01/16 00:00 23 [48] Peyton Stearns v Daria Kasatkina [13] 2-6,6-3,2-6
WTA Adelaide 01/13 08:35 29 [12] Jelena Ostapenko v Daria Kasatkina [15] 6-3,6-2
WTA Adelaide 01/12 09:30 28 Daria Kasatkina v Jessica Pegula Walkover

Wikipedia - Daria Kasatkina

Daria Sergeyevna Kasatkina (born 7 May 1997) is a Russian professional tennis player. She made her top-ten debut in the WTA rankings towards the end of the 2018 season and has been ranked as high as world No. 8, achieved on 24 October 2022. Kasatkina has won six singles titles and one title in doubles on the WTA Tour.

Born to athletic parents who were nationally ranked in athletics and ice hockey, Kasatkina began playing tennis at age six at the insistence of her older brother. She excelled as a junior, winning the European 16s championship and one junior Grand Slam singles title at the 2014 French Open. Kasatkina quickly ascended up the professional rankings, reaching No. 32 in the world while still 18 years old and winning her first WTA title in 2017 as a teenager at the Charleston Open. She rose to prominence in 2018 by finishing runner-up to fellow up-and-coming player Naomi Osaka at the Premier Mandatory Indian Wells Open in a match regarded as representing a new wave of women's tennis. Kasatkina also has won the biggest titles of her career at the Kremlin Cup and at the St. Petersburg Trophy at home in Russia. Following three successful seasons on the WTA Tour, Kasatkina struggled in 2019, falling into the bottom half of the top 100. However, she had a resurgent 2021, claiming two titles to return to the top 30, followed by another two titles in 2022, marking her to return to the top 10.

In team competition, Kasatkina led the Russian team to victory at the 2020–21 Billie Jean King Cup, winning all her matches in the tournament. Alongside Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Liudmila Samsonova, Veronika Kudermetova, and Ekaterina Alexandrova, she helped secure Russia's first Billie Jean King Cup title since 2008.

Kasatkina is known for her crafty style of play and diverse shotmaking. Compared to hard-hitting players who rely on their physicality and pure power, she relies on her speed and quick thinking to outfox her opponents.