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Zvonareva started to compete on the ITF Circuit in 1999, debuting at an ITF tournament in Tbilisi, Georgia.
She won three qualifying matches there to reach the main draw before losing in the first round.
She had her first grand victory in October of that same year in Surgut (Russia) – Vera became the champion of Russia after defeating Elena Bovina in the final.This event didn’t pass unnoticed by the organizers of the Kremlin Cup, who offered Zvonareva a wild card.She reached the second round, losing to the future finalist Anna Kournikova. Two months later Zvonareva won the non-official youth world championship Orange Bowl in Miami.Vera Zvonareva was born into a family of sportsmen.
Her mother Natalya Bykova played field hockey and was a bronze medallist in the Moscow Olympic Games 1980.Former world No.4 Kimiko Date is planning another comeback – this time at age 46.The Japanese player has had two knee surgeries since her most recent tournament appearance at Australian Open 2016.Her father Igor Zvonarev participated in a USSR championship on bandy.