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Vania King and Yaroslava Shvedova. ©REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
Czech duo did not let Shvedova into semi-final of Australian Open

Kazakhstan tennis-player Yaroslava Shvedova failed to get into the semi-final of Australian Open.

Czech duo did not let Shvedova into semi-final of Australian Open
Mikhail Kukushkin. ©RIA Novosti
Kukushkin advanced only as far as the fourth round of Australian Open

Kazakhstan tennis-player Mikhail Kukushkin only managed to advance through four rounds of Australian Open.

Kukushkin advanced only as far as the fourth round of Australian Open
Yaroslava Shvedova. ©REUTERS/Toru Hanai
Shvedova-King duo made it to quarter-final of Australian Open

Kazakhstan tennis-player Yaroslava Shvedova and Vania King gained their passage into the quarter-final of Australian Open.

Shvedova-King duo made it to quarter-final of Australian Open
Mikhail Kukushkin. Photo courtesy of gotennis.ru
Mikhail Kukushkin dropped out of Australian Open

Kazakhstan tennis-player Mikhail Kukushkin finished his games in the Men's Singles of Australian Open.

Mikhail Kukushkin dropped out of Australian Open
Richard Gasquet. ©REUTERS/Daniel Munoz
Gasquet did not let Golubev into third round of Australian Open

Kazakhstan tennis-player Andrey Golubev lost to Richard Gasquet in the second round of Australian Open.

Gasquet did not let Golubev into third round of Australian Open
Galina Voskoboyeva. ©REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad
Voskoboeva lost to Radwanska in third round of Australian Open

Kazakhstan tennis-player Galina Voskoboeva lost to Polish Agnieszka Radwanska in the third round of Australian Open.

Voskoboeva lost to Radwanska in third round of Australian Open
Galina Voskoboyeva. ©REUTERS/Mark Blinch
Voskoboeva made it to the third round of Australian Open

Kazakhstan tennis-player Galina Voskoboeva got into the third round of Australian Open.

Voskoboeva made it to the third round of Australian Open
Mikhail Kukushkin. ©RIA Novosti
Mikhail Kukushkin advanced into second round of Australian Open

Kazakhstan tennis-player Mikhail Kukushkin gained his passage into the second round of Australian Open.

Mikhail Kukushkin advanced into second round of Australian Open
Golubev won over Yuzhnyi in first round of Australian Open
Golubev won over Yuzhnyi in first round of Australian Open

Kazakhstan tennis-player Andrey Golubev gained his pass into the second round of Australian Open.

Golubev won over Yuzhnyi in first round of Australian Open
Kseniya Pervak. ©REUTERS/Toby Melville
Best Kazakhstan player dropped out of Australian Open after first round

Ksenia Pervak dropped out of the Australian Open after the first round.

Best Kazakhstan player dropped out of Australian Open after first round
Galina Voskoboeva. ©REUTERS/Mark Blinch
Voskoboeva got into second round of Australian Open

Kazakhstan tennis player Galina Voskoboeva got into the second round of Australian Open.

Voskoboeva got into second round of Australian Open
Golubev reached main stage of Australia Open
Golubev reached main stage of Australia Open

Kazakhstan tennis player Andrey Golubev successfully qualified into the main tournament of Australia Open.

Golubev reached main stage of Australia Open
Golubev won his first Australian Open match
Golubev won his first Australian Open match

Kazakhstan tennis professional Andrey Golubev started the qualification round of the Australian Open with a victory.

Golubev won his first Australian Open match
Galina Voskoboeva. ©REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad
Voskoboeva moved three lines up in WTA ranking

Kazakhstan tennis professional Galina Voskoboeva has moved three lines up in Women Tennis Association rating.

Voskoboeva moved three lines up in WTA ranking
Shvedova and Karatantcheva dropped out of Australian Open
Shvedova and Karatantcheva dropped out of Australian Open

Kazakhstan tennis professionals Yaroslava Shvedova and Sesil Karatantcheva dropped out of the Australian Open after the first round.

Shvedova and Karatantcheva dropped out of Australian Open
Kseniya Pervak. ©REUTERS
Pervak will play in Australia despite her sickness

Kazakhstan tennis professionals Kseniya Pervak and Galina Voskoboeva will compete in the WTA tournament in Australian Hobart.

Pervak will play in Australia despite her sickness
Galina Voskoboeva. ©Reuters
Voskoboyeva failed to reach quarterfinals in Brisbane

Kazakhstan tennis professional Galina Voskoboeva failed to reach the quarterfinals of Brisbane Tournament held in Australia.

Voskoboyeva failed to reach quarterfinals in Brisbane
Kseniya Pervak. ©Reuters
Voskoboyeva, Karatancheva, Pervak play for Kazakhstan in Australia

Kseniya Pervak was defending the colors of Kazakhstan flag for the first time in a WTA tournament in Australian Brisbane.

Voskoboyeva, Karatancheva, Pervak play for Kazakhstan in Australia
Kseniya Pervak. ©REUTERS/Toby Melville
Pervak and Voskoboyeva represent Kazakhstan in Australian Open

Kseniya Pervak and Galina Voskobayeva are going to play in the main draw of Australian Open.

Pervak and Voskoboyeva represent Kazakhstan in Australian Open
Kseniya Pervak. Photo courtesy of 1tvnet.ru
Russian Kseniya Pervak will be capped for Kazakhstan

Russian tennis professional Kseniya Pervak will be capped for Kazakhstan next season.

Russian Kseniya Pervak will be capped for Kazakhstan