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Daria Kasatkina is a Russian professional tennis player. She made her top 10 debut in the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) rankings towards the end of the 2018 season. She has won two WTA titles in singles as well as one in doubles.
Daria Kasatkina was born on May 7, 1997, in Tolyatti, Russia. She began playing tennis at age six at the insistence of her older brother. She excelled as a junior, winning the European 16s championship and one junior Grand Slam singles title at the 2014 French Open. Daria Kasatkina quickly ascended up the professional rankings, reaching No 32 in the world while still 18 years old and winning her first WTA title as a teenager at the Charleston Open.
She rose to prominence in 2018 by finishing runner-up to fellow up-and-coming player Naomi Osaka at the Premier Mandatory Indian Wells Open in a match regarded as representing a new wave of women’s tennis. Daria Kasatkina also won the biggest title of her career at the Kremlin Cup at home in Russia towards the end of the season. Following three successful seasons on the WTA Tour, Kasatkina struggled in 2019, falling into the bottom half of the top 100.
Daria Kasatkina reached her highest singles rating in WTA on October 22, 2018, when she entered the Top 10 in the world. This happened after a very successful performance at Wimbledon and French Open, reaching the quarter-finals.
Daria Kasatkina confirmed that she is a lesbian and dating figure skater Natalia Zabiiako
Being an openly lesbian athlete is not necessarily easy. Being a lesbian athlete representing an openly homophobic country complicates the situation even more. But that has not stopped the tennis player Daria Kasatkina who this Monday decided to speak for the first time about her homosexuality with a Russian journalist.
She’s never talked about this so frankly before, so I’m a little nervous. In Russia there are many important things that are prohibited, many continue to believe that sexual orientation can be chosen and that gay people seek to complicate our lives. Living inside the closet for a long time is difficult and makes no sense, the important thing is to feel comfortable with yourself
Daria Kastakina, she is currently the best Russian tennis player and during 2018 she managed to be number two in the world and is currently ranked number 12 in the ATP.
The tennis player also wanted to position herself on this idea that she throws herself a lot about choosing to be homosexual or homosexuality as a «lifestyle».
This idea of someone wanting to be or becoming gay is ridiculous. I think there is nothing easier in this world than being straight. Seriously, given a choice, no one would choose to be gay. Why complicate your life, especially in Russia? What’s the point?