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Aleksandra Wozniak

Date of birth: September 7th, 1987
Born in Montreal, Quebec
Residence of Blainville, Quebec
Favorite Surface: Clay
13  participations at the Rogers Cup WTA tournament in Canada


A Few Highlights

  • 5 Times Canadian Champion

  • WTA career-high ranked: No. 21

  • Best Junior ITF ranking: No. 3 in the world

  • 1 WTA Title, Stanford Bank of the West Classic

  • 12  ITF Pro Circuit Titles

  • 2 Titles won in 2017 in Gatineau and in Stillwater, Oklahoma

  • 40 Fed Cup wins, a Canadian record

  • Hall of Fame 2022

  • She started playing tennis at the age of 3 years old. Inspired by  her sister Dorota who was Canadian Champion. She learned tennis from her father.

  • Aleksandra became the first Canadian in over 10 years to reach the rounds of 16 (4th round) at a Grand Slam. At the French Open in 2009, she reached the fourth round falling to Serena Williams.

  • She also became the first woman from Quebec to win a first match at a Grand Slam (French Open 2008).

  • Aleksandra had victories over Top 10 players. One of her firsts was against American Serena Williams when she was ranked 5th in the world in Stanford (July 2008). Russian Nadia Petrova ranked 10th at the MPS Group Championships in Ponte Vedra Beach in April 2009. French Open winner Champ Svetlana Kuznetsova ranked 5th in the world at the Aegon International tournament in Eastbourne in June 2009. Victories over Samantha Stosur, Francesca Schiavone, Marion Bartoli , Sara Errani, Sabine Lisicki, Caroline Wozniacki.

  • Finishing her first season as a professional in November 2006, she reached her ranking at #91st in the world.

  • Became the first quebecer to break the Top 100 on the WTA Tour.

     Her father, Antoni Wozniak has been coaching her since the day she started playing tennis until 2018. Antoni was        named International Coach of the year by Tennis Quebec and by Tennis Canada.

  • Her older sister, Dorota, won twice the NJCAA Rolex Singles Championships and ranked No.  1 in NJCAA for Tyler Junior College in Texas. She also played at San Diego State University.

  • Aleksandra speaks french, english and polish fluently.

Tennis Court


(January  2013)

The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal received in Ottawa

(December  2012)

Ceremony of Honor at the National Assembly by the Premier of Quebec


The Bobbie Rosenfeld Award, named Canada's Female Athlete of the Year


5 times Female Player of the Year by Tennis Canada

2007 and  2009.

Twice Athlete of the Year by Excellence named by Tennis Quebec

(July  2008) 

Received the Honor of the Key to the City in Blainville, Quebec, by the mayor; they renamed it "Wozniakville" for 24 hours

(July 27th 2008)

Named Personality of the Week by La Presse


Ceremony of Honor  at the National Assembly - First woman quebecor to enter the WTA Top  50



-Fes 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)

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