Sorana Cirstea - News and More

Sorana Cirstea© WTA
  • Nationality: ROU ()
  • Birthdate: April 07, 1990
  • Age: 27 years old
  • Birthplace: Bucharest, Romania
  • Residence: Targoviste, Romania
  • Turned Pro: Pro (2006)
  • Plays: Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
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Coached by Victor Ionita; trains with adidas Development Program ... Introduced to tennis at age 4 by mother, Liliana ... Father is Mihai; younger brother is M ... Read Full Bio

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  • Stephens, Barty Headline Pre-French Events at Nurnberg, Strasbourg; WTA Previews
  • CUP 2018 NURNBERG, Germany; surface: clay Seeds: Sloane Stephens, Julia Goerges, Kiki Bertens, Zhang Shuai, Irina-Camelia Begu, Sorana Cirstea, Alison Van Uytvanck, Katerina Siniakova Floaters: Carina Witthoeft, Mona Barthel, Kirsten Flipkens Notes: (3) Bertens will start ...
  • 2018-05-20
  • Wozniacki, Kuzy, Aggie Lead Favorites at WTA Istanbul; Preview
  • Turkey; surface: clay Seeds: Caroline Wozniacki, Svetlana Kuznetsova, Agnieszka Radwanska, Zhang Shuai, Ekaterina Makarova, Sorana Cirstea, Irina-Camelia Begu, Aryna Sabalenka Floaters: Sara Errani, Kirsten Flipkens, Donna Vekic, Qiang Wang Notes: The former No. 1 Wozn...
  • 2018-04-21
  • WTA Previews: Mladenovic Heads Lugano, Maria in Bogota
  • from the tournament were Suarez Navarro, Swiss hopeful Timea Bacsinszky, Charleston finalist Kiki Bertens, Dominika Cibulkova, Sorana Cirstea, Anna-Lena Friedsam, Kateryna Kozlova and Maria Sakkari... Marketa Vondrousova will defend her championship won last year, in the inaugu...
  • 2018-04-08
  • Halep Avoids Joining 8 Seeded Losers Thursday at Miami Open; Osaka v Svitolina Friday
  • 6-1, 6-4, China's unheralded Yafan Wang shocking No. 27 Carla Suarez Navarro 7-5, 6-3, and Taipei's Su-Wei Hsieh beating No. 32 Sorana Cirstea 7-5, 6-2. "It's the worst way to win a match, honestly," Azarenka said after Keys retired with a leg injury. "You don't wish injury to a...
  • 2018-03-22
  • Serena, Venus Set Up Monday Showdown At Indian Wells; Keys Can't Solve Collins
  • Wells in the third round. The two who boycotted the event for many years after a 2001 incident at the event. Venus cruised past Sorona Cirstea 6-3, 6-4 but Serena had to figth hard to beat Kiki Bertens. The Dutchwoman was the better player early and served for the opening set at 5-...
  • 2018-03-11
  • Undefeated Federer Opens Play Saturday At Indian Wells; Young Guns De Minaur, Auger-Aliassime Impress
  • 1┬áStarts At 11:00 Am 2nd Rd Stefanos Tsitsipas VS -5 Dominic Thiem Followed By 2nd Rd -8 Venus Williams VS Sorana Cirstea Followed By 2nd Rd Serena Williams VS -29 Kiki Bertens Followed By 2nd Rd -3 Grigor Dimitrov VS Fernando Verdasco Not Before...
  • 2018-03-10
  • Ana Ivanovic Interview - Australian Open, Jan 19
  • them. You know, I just feel like a veteran at 22, which is kind of different. But I think Azarenka is doing a really good job; and Sorana Cirstea; she played really well in Paris. There is lots of them coming, most of them from eastern Europe, yeah. It's good to see that. They bring ...
  • 2010-01-19
  • ATP/WTA Previews: Safina, Venus, 9 of Top 10 at Tokyo
  • RazzanoFloaters: Maria Sharapova, (WC) Kimiko Date Krumm, (Q) Alexa Glatch, Daniela Hantuchova, Sania Mirza, Lucie Safarova, Sorana CirsteaNotes: (12) Stosur vs. (Q) Glatch 1st rd. (winner to potentially face Sharapova); (10) Ivanovic vs. Safarova 1st rd.; (2) Venus vs. (14) Bar...
  • 2009-09-27
  • More...
  • Watch Sorana Cirstea Train For Dancing With The Stars [Video]
  • Pliskova Outsted In Beijing By Cirstea; Kvitova Clocks Wozniacki
  • Sorana Cirstea To Appear On "Dancing With The Stars"


  • Recent fan comments for Sorana Cirstea:


    Imti
    Says:

    Hi Cristea!!! I m a big fan of urs since wimbledon 2009... Let me tell you how i got to notice u... U look exactly like a friend of mine... So It was not that hard to notice you... After that onwards I m following ur every tour though television... Good Luck for the rest of ur tennis life.. byeeeeeee

    Posted on August 1, 2009 at 00:13 ET



    Tangent
    Says:

    hi sora!. you have played nicely so far in all your matches. best wishes for the coming tours. take very good care and will be looking forward to many more hopefully in the future. god bless. . . .(june29.09)

    Posted on June 9, 2009 at 05:29 ET



    maximus
    Says:

    Congratulation for your great show at French Open, I wish you the best and I hope you will continue to grow and have more successes in the future.

    Posted on June 4, 2009 at 23:31 ET



    roma
    Says:

    i luv u

    Posted on June 4, 2009 at 06:33 ET



    Syed
    Says:

    You are still young and in the process of learning. concentrate also when to come to net and play a volly, also cross court from base line. You can be a good player, if you improve y our ist service. Continoue your efforts to become 10 now and then who know one day No.1
    God bless you

    Posted on June 2, 2009 at 09:26 ET



    Mirko
    Says:

    Very compliment for your match vs Jankovic,it's was a hard battle but you have win!!!!How are you?Are you happy?Go,go go ahead in this tournament and good luck!!!Mirko from Italy

    Posted on June 1, 2009 at 12:54 ET



    Brad
    Says:

    Are we having fun yet?
    Homework: Video Analysis (preferably you)
    If you have a tape of yourself watch it and see how many times you could have come to net, but didn't. If you don't have a video of yourself find one of Agassi. He was half the player he could have been. He was The Master of creating the opportunity to come to net, but wouldn't ... and then often ended up losing the point instead of having an easy volley.
    Remember: The absolute goal of any point in tennis is to produce the opportunity to hit a volley or overhead, but this will never happen if you are at the baseline.


    Posted on August 7, 2008 at 12:22 ET



    Brad
    Says:

    By the way,
    I can couch you by phone, on the court, while practicing from anywhere in the world.

    Posted on August 7, 2008 at 11:55 ET



    Brad
    Says:

    Sooper Looper Challenge:
    You hit 10 sooper loopers to an opponents backhand as an approach shot and see how many points you win. Reverse 10 points so you are convinced how hard it is to defend against someone at net. Once you believe, hit at least every other point. You will become #1 instantly. Now go do it!

    Posted on August 7, 2008 at 11:51 ET



    Bahret1@comcast.net
    Says:

    You v. Kuznetsova (US Open)
    STATS:
    When you got your 1st serve in you won 69%.
    When you got your 2nd serve in you won 40%.
    What does that tell you?
    Ditch the big 1st serve and concentrate on an identical 1st & 2nd serve to gain consistency so you stand a better change of getting your 1st serve in. You are a PRO. There is no excuse for any pro not to hit 85% first serves. 54% is unacceptable! sorry, but it is.
    NET: 12 times at net is why you lost.
    You will NEVER beat a better player from the baseline. You MUST take you chances at net.
    RULE: If you are going to lose a point - lose it at the NET!


    Posted on August 7, 2008 at 11:47 ET



    Brad
    Says:

    S.T.A.T.S.
    Statisical Tennis Analysis & Training Supervision
    Theory: It's not about power, but statistical advantage.
    It's simply too hard to hit more aces and winners. It's far more important to reduce errors. That's much easier.
    Want to know more?
    Want to be #1?

    Posted on August 7, 2008 at 11:37 ET



    Brad Bahret
    Says:

    PS. Yes, you are very "marketable" too.
    bahret1@comcast.net

    Posted on August 7, 2008 at 09:05 ET



    Brad Bahret
    Says:

    The good news: Continue to play the same and you will continue to beat the people you beat.
    The bad news: You will continue to lose to the people you lose to.
    Therefore ... you must change.
    Lesson 1: First one to the net wins.
    Lesson2: You will never beat a better player from the baseline because they are more consistent.
    Lesson 3: You should never hit winners. You will hit too many losers.
    Lesson 4: Do nothing more than put the service return in play.
    Lesson 5: Your 1st serve should be identical to your 2nd serve. A big spin serve moved around the box. Consistency is key - not aces.
    Lesson 10: Sooper Looper. This is an extreme topspin lob hit to your opponents backhand as an APPROACH shot. This should be hit as often as possible. Winning percentage is 70+%. With this % hit every third point = the #1 player in the world statistically.
    There's more.
    S.T.A.T.S. Tennis.
    "You'll never play the same"



    Posted on August 7, 2008 at 09:03 ET



    kim bj
    Says:

    so cute^^

    Posted on January 6, 2008 at 22:03 ET



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