- Began playing in junior events at age 8; trained in Nick Bollettieri's prestigious academy by the time she was 10; and became the youngest player to win a Fed Cup match at age 14.
- Named 1995 International Tennis Federation Junior world champion and 1996 WTA Newcomer of the Year.
- Reached the Wimbledon semifinals (at age 16) for her best-ever finish in Grand Slam singles.
- Won the 1999 and 2002 Australian Open doubles titles with Martina Hingis.
- Played in four WTA singles finals, but never won. The first was a 1998 event in Miami, where she beat an unprecedented four top-10 seeds in four days, only to lose to Venus Williams.
- Has adorned the pages of Sports Illustrated's swimsuit edition, People's 50 Most Beautiful issue, FHM's Sexiest Women in the World and Maxim's Hot 100.
- Joined The Biggest Loser as the celebrity trainer for Season 12 after making an appearance in Season 10 for a tennis challenge.
- Inspired the name of a computer virus (in 2001), a drink (a White Russian, with skim milk) and a Texas hold'em poker starting hand.
- Enrique Iglesias — Ex-significant Other
- Alla Kournikova — Mother
- Pavel Bure — Ex-significant Other
- Sergey Fedorov — Ex-significant Other
- Allan Kournikova — Half Brother
- Sergei Kournikov — Father
- Attended University of Physical Culture and Sport, Moscow, Russia
- Birth Name: Anna Sergeyevna Kournikova
- Birth Place: Moscow, Soviet Union
- Profession: Tennis player
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