Anna Kournikova

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Anna Kournikova

Anna Sergeyevna Kournikova (Russian: А́нна Серге́евна Ку́рникова, IPA: [ˈanːə sʲɪrˈɡʲejɪvnə ˈkurnʲɪkəvə] (listen); born 7 June 1981) is a Russian former professional tennis player and American television personality. Her appearance and celebrity status made her one of the best known tennis stars worldwide. At the peak of her fame, fans looking for images of Kournikova made her name one of the most common search strings on Google Search.Despite never winning a singles title, she reached No. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Anna Kournikova has received more than 5,896,553 page views. Her biography is available in 69 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 79th most popular tennis player.

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  • 5.9M

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  • 49.92

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  • 69

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 5.63

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 4.91

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among TENNIS PLAYERS, Anna Kournikova ranks 79 out of 1,101Before her are Althea Gibson, Mansour Bahrami, Hilde Krahwinkel Sperling, Richard Sears, John Hartley, and Dorothea Douglass Lambert Chambers. After her are Tom Okker, David Ferrer, Maud Watson, Lottie Dod, Jack Crawford, and Carlos Moyá.

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Among people born in 1981, Anna Kournikova ranks 31Before her are Andrea Barzagli, Javier Saviola, Dimitar Berbatov, Maicon Sisenando, Djibril Cissé, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. After her are Song Hye-kyo, Nemanja Vidić, Maxwell, Pitbull, Ivanka Trump, and Andrey Arshavin.

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In Russia

Among people born in Russia, Anna Kournikova ranks 957 out of 2,050Before her are Yegor Gaidar (1956), Yevgeny Grishin (1931), Pavel Filonov (1883), Rachel Bluwstein (1890), Klavdiya Boyarskikh (1939), and Matvei Platov (1753). After her are Nikolay Kamov (1902), Vladimir Aksyonov (1935), Mikhail Kuzmin (1872), Alexander Kotov (1913), Konstantin Thon (1794), and Peter Struve (1870).