Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Pavlyuchenkova prepares an assault on the 'Top Ten' in Barcelona

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, ranked number 16 WTA and one of the promises of the prolific Russian quarry, has decided to move to Barcelona to be in the hands of professionals Novaelite High Performance Center, directed by Xavier Budo and Josep Maria Arenas .

Although he had emphasized during her junior, winning two of Australia Open and U.S. Open, has been this 2011 when Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova has settled among the best players in the women's tour. Their results, among which are the titles of Monterrey and the quarterfinals at Roland Garros and U.S. Open, took her to the position 13 of the WTA ranking and finish the season number 16 in the world.

The player of Samara has moved to Barcelona, ​​where he has joined the High Performance Centre Novaelite with the objective of developing a deep and extensive fitness program, physical therapy, nutrition and biomechanical analysis to optimize and improve your tennis performance. Now trained by her brother (left two months ago to work with Carlos Cuadrado ), Russian is advised by Xavier Budo (PSS Carla Suárez and Laura Pous , among others) and Alejo Macisidor (coach of Maria Jose Martinez and Silvia Soler , among other).


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