Valentini Grammatikopoulou is a Greek tennis player. She has won 11 singles and 19 doubles titles on the ITF Circuit. On November 19, 2018, she reached her best singles ranking of world No 158.
Valentini Grammatikopoulou was born on February 9, 1997, in Kilkis, Greece. She started playing tennis at an early age. Participating in the junior circuit she won Bitola Open 2008 (Macedonia), Koufalia Cup 2010 (Greece), AKB Swiss Junior Trophy 2010 (Switzerland), and was the runner-up at The Prince Cup 2009 (USA) and Finesse Center Cup 2009 (Germany). She reached also the semi-finals of The American Cup 2010 (USA).
Valentini Grammatikopoulou made her professional ITF debut in 2011 at the $10,000 Paros (Greece), but was defeated in the first round. In the middle of 2012 she turned entirely to professional tennis and took part in several ITF tournaments in Greece and Turkey. Her biggest achievement was reaching the quarter-finals of the $10,000 Heraklion (Greece).
In 2013, Valentini Grammatikopoulou won her first ITF trophy at $10,000 Heraklion (Greece). She won another two titles at the ITF tour during the same year. During the next two years, Valentini Grammatikopoulou continue playing in the ITF and won four more trophies – $10,000 W15 Vrnjacka Banja (Serbia), $10,000 W15 Oldenzaal (Netherlands), $10,000 El Kantaoui (Egypt), and twice at $10,000 W15 Heraklion (Greece).
Valentini Grammatikopoulou adjusted her annual calendar to higher-rated ITF tournaments in 2016. She won $25,000 W25 Minsk (Belarus) and $15,000 Hammamet (Tunisia), was the runner-up at the $25,000 Middelburg (Netherlands), $25,000 Westende (Belgium), and $25,000 Kharkiv (Poland). During the year, she reached the quarter-finals of the $100,000 Saint-Petersburg (Russia).
In 2017, Valentini Grammatikopoulou debuted in the WTA rout at the WTA 125 Biyuan Zhengzhou Women’s Tennis Open but was defeated in the second round. Later the same year, she played also at the WTA 250 Citi Open in Washington DC but was eliminated in the first round. However, she made a good performance at the ITF, winning ate title at the $25,000 Dakar (Senegal), runner-up at the $25,000 Middelburg (Netherlands) and reaching the semi-finals of the $60,000 W60 Saint-Gaudens (France).
Next years, the Greek player took part in several ITF and WTA tournaments, but without making something more significant. In 2018, she reached the quarter-finals of the WTA 125 L&T Mumbai Open and $100,000 W100 Shenzhen (China), which brought her to the highest position of the world’s No 158.
In 2020, Valentini Grammatikopoulou reached the fourth round of the WTA 125 Prague Open, while in 2021 she won her latest ITF trophy at $25,000 W25 Telavi (Georgia).
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