Polina Kudermetova Sibling Veronika
Polina Kudermetova and her sibling Veronika Kudermetova are from Kazan Russia.
Polina has shared many adorable moments with Veronika on her Instagram.
On June 30, 2017, Polina shared a photo of her with Veronika outside the Wellton Park residential complex in Russia. She made a caption stating that she was already missing her Veronika. The eldest Kudermetova child was overseas preparing for Wimbledon doubles at that time.
Veronika shared a photo of them on her Instagram on June 5, 2019, celebrating Polina's 16th birthday in Moscow. There were hanging out together in matching blue dresses. Many people in the comment section were also wishing Polina a happy birthday.
The duo also practices tennis together occasionally. On April 19, 2019, Veronika shared a photo of them in their sports gear at the Alexander Ostrovsky Academy. She also made a caption thanking the Academy for giving them such a wonderful opportunity.
Veronika Early Career
Veronika Kudermetova is a Russian tennis player who ranks No. 9 worldwide in singles.
Not only in singles, but Veronika has achieved the No. 2 rank in doubles.
Veronika started her professional career in 2013, six years earlier than Polina. By partnering with Evgeniya Sergeyevna Rodina, Veronika successfully won the Kazan Summer Cup.
In 2014, Veronika joined the 500 rank list after showcasing strong performances in the ITF Antalya Tournament.
In 2015, Kudermetova didn't progress and struggled; however, she bounced back in 2016 with 2 ITF Circuit wins.
Veronika Major Career Wins
Veronika has won six major titles in her career. She has had more success in doubles than in singles.
The 25-year-old started her Grand Slam career by debuting in the Australian Open Qualifiers in 2017, and Polina is following suit in 2023.
The 25-year-old player has played 11 tournaments and won 1 WTP Tour in singles through the 2021 Charleston Open. Her first doubles victory was at the 2019 Wuhan Open and then bagged another at Dubai Championships in 2022.
Veronika won the 2021 Istanbul with partner Elise Mertens in 2022. She again joined hands with Mertens to win the WTA Finals in Fort Worth. However, she has yet to win a Grand Slam.