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Olga Govortsova. Saisai Zheng. Claire Liu. Yanina Wickmayer. Christina McHale. Misaki Doi. Petra Martic. Fiona Ferro. Lena Rüffer. Anna Kalinskaya.
Vera Zvonareva. Belinda Bencic. Jasmine Paolini. Qiang Wang. Kaia Kanepi. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova. Anastasija Sevastova. Tamara Zidansek.
Astra Sharma. Jessica Pegula. Ons Jabeur. Kiki Bertens. Denisa Allertova. Katarina Jokic. Eugenie Bouchard. Coco Vandeweghe.
Elise Mertens. Olga Ianchuk. Alison Riske. Maria Sakkari. Tereza Martincova. Sara Sorribes Tormo. Marketa Vondrousova. Dejana Radanovic.
Su-Wei Hsieh. Magdalena Rybarikova. Priscilla Hon. Ajla Tomljanovic. Mavie Österreicher. Ekaterina Alexandrova.
Kirsten Flipkens. Mihaela Buzarnescu. Anna Blinkova. Francoise Abanda. Barbora Stefkova. Julia Boserup. Teliana Pereira.
Lara Arruabarrena-Vecino. Magda Linette. Elena Vesnina. Jana Cepelova. Caroline Garcia. Lin Zhu. Elina Svitolina. Amra Sadikovic. Lauren Davis.
Daniela Hantuchova. Sara Errani. Kristyna Pliskova. Svetlana Kuznetsova. Elitsa Kostova. Angelique Kerber. Elizaveta Kulichkova. Richel Hogenkamp.
Kristina Kucova. Francesca Schiavone. Shuai Zhang. Naomi Osaka. Eri Hozumi. Evgeniya Rodina. Varvara Lepchenko. Marina Erakovic.
Ana Konjuh. Polona Hercog. Ana Bogdan. Misa Eguchi. Anna Tatishvili. Sloane Stephens. Timea Bacsinszky. Cindy Burger.
Aryna Sabalenka. Silvia Soler-Espinosa. Andrea Petkovic. Dayana Yastremska. Maryna Zanevska. Paula Ormaechea.
Patricia Mayr-Achleitner. Rebecca Peterson. Bethanie Mattek-Sands. Samantha Crawford. Jelena Jankovic.
Stefanie Vögele. Carina Witthöft. Lucie Safarova. Donna Vekic. Mona Barthel. Na Li. Monica Niculescu. Valeria Savinykh.
Arantxa Parra Santonja. Tatjana Malek. Timea Babos. Camila Giorgi. Vesna Dolonc Manasieva. Petra Kvitova.
Estrella Cabeza-Candela. Lourdes Dominguez Lino. Dinah Pfizenmaier. In the third round, however, she lost to world No.
In , Minella played her first Australian Open main draw. She was given direct entry, being ranked No. She lost to American qualifier Jamie Hampton in the first round.
Despite defeating top-seed Marina Erakovic along the way, she lost the final to second seed Alexandra Dulgheru. She fared better in doubles, winning the title with Karin Knapp.
As a result of her performances, Minella broke into the top singles rankings for the first time. She then played at the Copa Sony Ericsson Colsanitas , losing in the first round.
She reached the final in doubles; her first WTA final of any kind. She followed this up with a win over wildcard Yaroslava Shvedova in a tight three-setter.
In , Minella started her season at the Shenzhen Open , where she faced first seed Li Na but lost in straight sets.
She then played the Hobart International where she qualified for the main draw but lost to Monica Niculescu in the first round. Minella then continued her disappointing run of first-round losses where she lost to Valeria Savinykh in the first round of the Australian Open.
She partnered Megan Moulton-Levy in the doubles event and also saved multiple match points in their first-round match, eventually going on to win.
The pair then lost, however, in the second round. Minella then played the Open GdF Suez but suffered a first-round loss in qualifying and another first-round loss in doubles.
The pair did not drop a set all week. In the doubles event she played with Babos once more, with the pair putting up a fight against the top-seeds Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci in the second round, but it wasn't enough to advance.
Minella then went on to play the Marrakech Grand Prix , where she defeated Estrella Cabeza Candela in the first round, fourth seed Kaia Kanepi in the second, and Soler Espinosa in the quarterfinals.
Minella then continued her season playing an ITF tournament in France where she lost to Cabeza Candela in the quarterfinals. She played the French Open , suffering first-round losses in singles, doubles and mixed doubles.
Minella then had a string of first-round losses, including at the Wimbledon Championships to the world No. At the US Open , she lost to Sloane Stephens in a tight match where she lost in a final set tiebreak, having been up a break in the third set.
Due to not being able to defend her third round points from the US Open, Minella's rank dropped to Her next tournament would be the Tashkent Open , where she reached the semifinals in singles and was runner-up, partnering Govortsova, in doubles.
In , Minella started the year at the Brisbane International where she lost to Heather Watson in the first round of qualifying, but reached the semifinals in the doubles event partnering Chanelle Scheepers.
Minella scored her first win of the season at the Australian Open where she defeated German qualifier Carina Witthöft in straight sets,  scoring her first win at a Grand Slam championship outside of the US Open, but her run was not to go further as she fell in the second round to 29th seed Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.
Minella then was forced to withdraw from events in Paris, Rio and Acapulco, as well as the Fed Cup due to an edema in her right arm, in which she had experienced pain whilst playing in Australia.
Although the success on clay did not translate to success on grass as she encountered another first-round loss in qualifying at Wimbledon to Shelby Rogers.
Minella then went to play the US Open suffering a first round lose to Kateryna Kozlova in the first qualifying round. The next stop in her Asian tour was at Seoul where she qualified for the main draw, defeating Choi Ji-hee, Hong Seung-yeon and Hsu Chieh-yu all in straight sets.
In the main draw, she drew Belgian Yanina Wickmayer, but unfortunately lost. Minella then continued to lose in qualifying rounds in Beijing and Linz , but continued her success with Barthel in the doubles competition in Wuhan , Beijing and Linz winning a round in each.
Minella's year ended in her home tournament in Luxembourg where she faced Barthel in the first round but lost in straight sets.
Minella stated that her edema in the right arm obtained in January had still been hurting her, finishing the year in October. In , Minella went to Melbourne in mid-December to prepare early for the season.
She also had no luck in the doubles event, losing in the first round with Mona Barthel. Minella then headed to the Australian Open , but unfortunately lost in the first qualifying round to Paula Ormaechea.
She fared better in the doubles event with Barthel, where they reached the second round. Minella then went on to reach the quarterfinals at the Burnie International , falling to eventual champion Daria Gavrilova.
She continued her poor form in singles where she had a string of early losses in WTA and ITF draws as well as the mistake of forgetting to enter the French Open singles qualifying tournament.
She however, only contested the doubles competition of the French Open, partnering Barthel, but lost in the first round. However, the poor form in Minella's season had continued, losing in the second round of the Lorraine Open 88 , the first round of the Swedish Open and the Brasil Tennis Cup and in qualifying stages of the Vancouver Open.
It was the latter part of the year where Minella began to turn her poor around, qualifying for the Coupe Banque Nationale , reaching the doubles final of the Internacional Femenil Monterrey and the quarterfinals of the Red Rock Pro Open.
It was not until the Kirkland Tennis Challenger where Minella had gained her confidence. She had more success in the doubles competition, where she partnered Julie Coin , reaching the quarterfinals.
Her last tournament of the season was to be the Open de Limoges. Despite losing in qualifying to Anna Blinkova , Minella was a lucky loser into the main draw following Lesia Tsurenko's withdrawal.
In the first round she managed to defeat Stefanie Vögele. However, she was not able to pass the second round, falling to former Roland Garros champion, Francesca Schiavone in straight sets.
In , Minella started the year poorly, including a string of first round losses in Auckland , Melbourne and Launceston.
However, Minella had no luck in her next few tournaments, bowing out in the first or second round of her next four events which included both ITF and WTA tournaments.
A few more early losses in Cagnes-sur-Mer , Saint-Gaudens and Strasbourg had only given more worries as she had failed to win back-to-back singles matches, excluding Fed Cup, for the entire year.
The Bol Open however proved to be a lucky charm for Minella as she started to turn her year around. Minella was born in Esch-sur-Alzette to parents Mario and Anna Minella  and started playing tennis at the age of five.
In October , she gave birth to a daughter, Emma Lina. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Luxembourgish tennis player. Medal record.
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