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Alisa Rudenko
Alisa  Rudenko


Moscow, Russia




Women's Tennis Season Ends in C-USA Tournament

Owls fall 4-2 to WKU


Women's Tennis Wraps Up Regular Season Versus FIU

Four seniors recognized in their final home match


Record 227 FAU Student-Athletes Placed on C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll

This is a new program record and a more than 10 percent increase from 2016


Gutierrez, Owls Win Sixth Straight 6-1 Over Towson

Ana Gutierrez wins sixth consecutive singles match


Women's Tennis Tops GSU, NJIT to Win Fifth in a Row

Bianca Biglione clinches match winner

At Barry
  • Finished first collegiate campaign 6-5. Was 1-0 at No. 5 and 5-4 at No. 6
  • Beat Palm Beach Atlantic's Taylor Conti, 6-0, 6-0, in first college singles match (Feb. 17)
  • Won four singles matches without dropping a game
  • Beat Nova Southeastern's Irina Constantinide, 6-4, 6-1, at No. 6 singles (Apr. 21)
  • Beat Florida Southern's Carolyn Cureton, 6-0, 6-0, in Sunshine State Conference quarterfinals (Apr. 28)
  • Was 4-0 at No. 3 doubles
  • President's List (4.0 GPA) in spring
  • SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll in spring

High School

  • Completed her secondary education with a 3.8 G.P.A.
  • Won Tennis Europe Events in Latvia and Estonia
  • Advanced to Quarterfinals at Telavi, Georgia tournament WTA in June 2015
  • Defeated Lizi Morgoshia, 6-1, 6-1 in the first round
  • Avanced to quarterfinals of doubles event WTA in Telavi with Alina Zubkova, beating Tamari Chalaganidze and Brenda Njuki, 3-6, 6-4, 10-5, in the Round of 16
  • Played in first pro-am tournament as an amateur at 14 years old in Italy
  • Major is either business or marketing
  • Father, Konstantin, was a professional rugby player and a member of the national rugby team which won the Europe Cup
  • Mother, Maria Malysheva, graduated from two universities in Russia, including Moscow State University
  • One of three girls (Alice, Anna Day and Natalia Roberts
  • Speaks three languages (Russian, Spanish, and English)
  • Favorite tennis player past or present is Caroline Wozzniacki

What is a team? What can it do for you? What can you do for a team? What will you contribute to FAU women's tennis?
  • I think a team is like a family. We do a lot together and always help, motivate and push ourselves. Being a part of the FAU women's team, I hope I can achieve the highest expectations and work hard towards a championship.
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