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After consecutively losing openers in Bogotá, in Monterrey and in Acapulco, she played in the first round at Indian Wells with Irina Falconi, but after winning the first set 64, she retired in the second set (at 25) with a knee injury. She came back.
The first highlight of the year came at the Barcelona Ladies Open where Alexandra reached the semifinals. She defeated Silvia Soler Espinosa, Sara Errani, Arantxa Parra Santonja, then lost in the semifinals to Roberta Vinci, 76, 16, 26. Dulgheru got her first top-10 win at.
Following good form, Alexandra was second seeded at ECM Prague Open too. In the first round she defeated Italian Tathiana Garbin, 64, 26, 62. Soon after the victory she felt pain in her right knee and had to withdrew from the tournament ahead of her.
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In August 2009 she made her Grand Slam debut in US Open where she lost in the first round to eighth seeded Victoria Azarenka In Linz tournament, she won in the first round over Sybille Bammer in two sets, before she lost to third seeded.
In third round she lost to Lucie Šafáová 76, 16, 67. Alexandra Dulgheru at the 2010 Polsat Warsaw Open, where she defended her 2009 Premier title She won her second WTA Premier title and second WTA overall at Polsat Warsaw Open where she was the.
2009: First WTA title edit Dulgheru at the 2009 US Open. In April 2009, she finished runner-up to Kimiko Date-Krumm in a 75,000 tournament in Monzon. 5 Two weeks later, she won a 25,000 tournament in Bari, where she defeated. Sandra Záhlavová in the final.
In the semifinals, she won over third seeded Li Na 64, 36, 64. In the final, she beat Zheng Jie 63, 64. Grand Slams and injury edit Playing at the French Open for the first time she defeated Lucie Hradecká 76, 46, 63 in the.
Alexandra Dulgheru (Romanian pronunciation: aleksandra duleru ; born ) 1 is a professional tennis player from Romania. On, she reached her career-high singles ranking of world No. 26. Her career high in doubles is No. 41, achieved on 1 She is coached by Gabriel Urpi.
A first time appearance at Wimbledon saw her entering the all three possible draws: singles, doubles and mixed doubles. In singles, the 31st seed Alexandra, defeated in the first round Japanese veteran Kimiko Date-Krumm in three sets: 62, 67, 61. She faced in the second.