Date of birth: September 7, 1987
Born in Montreal, Quebec
Residence: Blainville, Quebec
Favorite surface: Clay
13 Participations in the Rogers Cup WTA tournament in Canada
5 times Canadian Champion
Highest ranking on the WTA Tour: 21st worldwide
Best ITF Junior Ranking: 3rd in the world
1 WTA Title
12 ITF Pro Circuit Titles
40 Fed Cup wins, a record in Canada
She won her first ITF title at the age of just 14, in Lachine in 2002.
She became, on July 20, 2008, the first Quebecer to win a WTA tournament by winning the title of the West Bank Classic, at Stanford. She went through three qualifying rounds to win her 8 matches in 9 days against players including: Samantha Stosur, Francesca Schiavone, Serena Williams and Marion Bartoli.
Aleksandra took part in the London Olympics in 2012 in singles and doubles. She thus became the first Canadian in history to take part in the Olympic Games in singles.
First Canadian in over 20 years to reach the Quarterfinals of the Rogers Cup in Montreal in August 2012.
She started tennis at the age of 3. Inspired by her big sister Dorota who was Canadian Champion. She learned tennis from her father Antoni.
Aleksandra became the first Canadian in over 10 years to reach the knockout stages of a Grand Slam tournament. At Roland-Garros in 2009, she reached the fourth round.
She is also the first Quebecer to win a match in a Grand Slam (Roland-Garros 2008).
Aleksandra beat three players from top 10 worldwide so far. American Serena Williams, then 5th in the world, was his first target at Stanford, in July 2008. The Russian Nadia Petrova (10th) in the Championship MPS Group in April 2009 was the second. Her greatest career victory, however, seems to be the one against the winner of Roland-Garros 2009, the Russian Svetlana Kuznetsova, then 5th world player, in the first round of AEGON International tournament presented in Eastbourne, Great Britain, in June 2009. Victories against Marion Bartoli, Sara Errani, Sabine Lisicki, Caroline Wozniacki.
By finishing the 2006 season ranked 91st in the world, Aleksandra was the first Quebecer to break into the top 100 of the WTA ranking .
His father, Antoni Wozniak has been his coach from his beginnings until 2018. He was a professional soccer player in Poland. Antoni was named International Coach of the Year by Tennis Quebec and by Tennis Canada.
She has an older sister, Dorota, who twice won the NJCAA Singles Championships and ranked first on the NJCAA Tour, playing on the Tyler Junior College tennis team in Texas. She also played for San Diego State University.
Aleksandra is fluent in French, English and Polish.
Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in Ottawa
Ceremony of honor at the National Assembly by the Prime Minister
Bobbie Rosenfeld Award, Female Athlete of the Year by the Canadian Press
5 times Most Outstanding Player of the Year named by Tennis Canada
2007 and 2009.
2 Athlete of the Year Excellence Awards nominated by Tennis Quebec
Key to the city of Blainville, renamed "Wozniakville" for 24 hours after she became the first Quebecer to win a WTA title.
(July 27, 2008)
Personality of the Week named by La Presse
Ceremony of honor of recognition at the National Assembly, first Quebecer to be ranked among the 50 best players in the world WTA
-Fez in Morocco 145,000$ WTA (May 2007)
-Ponte Vedra Beach in Florida 220,000$ WTA (April 2009)
-Tokyo in Japan 175,000$ WTA (Sept.2008)
-Challenge Bell in Quebec City 175,000$ WTA (Oct. 2008)
-Eastbourne in Great Britain 600,000$ WTA (June 2009)
-Challenge Bell in Quebec City 220,000$ WTA (Sept.2009)
-Challenge Bell in Quebec City 175,000$ WTA (Oct. 2006)
-Cincinnati in US $175,000 WTA (August 2008)
-Osaka in Japan $220,000 WTA (Oct. 2009)
-Ponte Vedra Beach in Florida 220,000$ WTA (April 2010)
-Budapest in Hungary 220,000$ WTA (April 2012)
-Rogers Cup in Montreal $2,168,400 WTA (August 2012)
-Dallas in Texas $220,000 WTA (August 2012)