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Tatyana Yuryevna Perebiynis - was born on December 15 in 1982, in the city of Kharkov. Ukrainian professional tennis player, master of sports of Ukraine. She won six WTA tournaments, the Wimbledon winner in the doubles of 200, and also the finalist of Wimbledon in the mixed doubles of 2005.
Tennis entered Tatyana's life early, at the age of sixteen she and Iroda Tulyaganova reached the Wimbledon finals, but a year later they won this tournament together with Ioana Gaspard. Twice, in singles, she reached the final part (at Wimbledon and the US Championship), but both times lost to Maria Emilia Salerni. In the junior ranking, ITF ranked first in doubles and fourth in singles.
In 1999, Perebynis first won the ITF tournament in Istanbul, and then took a double at the ITF tournament in Kharkov. This year, Tatyana for the first time played for the Ukrainian national team at the Federation Cup. Since 2001, he constantly takes part in WTA tournaments, and paired with Tatyana Puchek they reached the final of the Tashkent championship, as well as the semi-finals in the Netherlands. In 2002, Perebynis along with Puchek won the WTA tournament. In 2003, Perebynis four times, with different partners, made it to the semifinals of the WTA tournaments, and won the tournament in Sopot.
Tatyana first hit the top 50 tennis players in doubles after the US Championship in 2003. And the next year she reached the third round at Rolland Garos, where she defeated Elena Dokic. In August of that year, the Ukrainian reached the final of the WTA tournament in Stockholm, defeating Iveta Beneshov. Then there were the Olympic Games in Athens, where Tatyana lost Ai Sugiyama in the second round. In 2005, Perebynis twice won the doubles, and most importantly reached the Wimbledon finals with the Australian Paul Henley, where they competed in the mixed doubles.
After Wimbledon, Tatyana became seriously ill, and the recovery process dragged on for almost the entire 2006. But nevertheless, having gathered strength, she, together with Juliana Fedak, reached the Wimbledon semifinal. In 2007, at the WTA series tournament in Warsaw, the Ukrainian won again with Vera Dushevina. In 2008, she climbed to the 35th highest position in the world ranking for herself and won the sixth WTA tournament in her career.
After serous injuries at the Australian Championships, in February 2009 she announced the end of her tennis career and the start of coaching. It is interesting that in 2005 Tatyana married her coach Dmitry Zadorozhny.