Daria Saville is enjoying a successful comeback in 2022 following an Achilles injury.

Here’s everything you need to know about her…

When is Daria Saville’s next match?

Saville’s clay court season began with 4-6 6-3 7-5 loss to Anastasia Potapova in qualifiers for the Madrid Open on April 26. 

The Aussie will now likely find another clay tournament to compete in prior to the French Open. 

Daria Saville’s recent results

Date  Result/Opponent Tournament/Round
Apr 26, 2022 Lost 4-6 6-3 7-5 vs Anastasia Potapova Madrid Open/Qualifiers
Mar 30, 2022 Lost 6-1 6-2 vs Belinda Bencic Miami Open/QF
Mar 29, 2022 Won 5-7 6-4 7-5 vs Lucia Bronzetti Miami Open/R16
Mar 27, 2022 Won 6-0 1-0 vs Katerina Siniakova (Walkover) Miami Open/R32
Mar 25, 2022 Won 6-4 6-2 vs Harmony Tan Miami Open/R64
Mar 23, 2022 Won 7-5 6-3 vs Greet Minnen Miami Open/R128
Mar 16, 2022 Lost 4-1 vs Maria Sakkari (Walkover) Indian Wells/R16
Mar 15, 2022 Won 6-3 4-6 6-3 vs Elise Mertens Indian Wells/R32
Mar 13, 2022 Won 7-5 6-7 6-4 vs Ons Jabeur  Indian Wells/R64
Mar 11, 2022 Won 6-3 6-2 vs Zhang Shuai Indian Well/R128

What is Daria Saville’s current ranking?

Saville is currently ranked 134th in the world for women’s singles. 

The Aussie reached a career-high ranking of No.20 in 2017 but was ranked as low as 627th in February 2022. 

How much prize money has Daria Saville won? 

According to the WTA, Saville has won US$4,526,457 in prize money to date. 

Saville’s recent run to the Miami Open quarter-finals saw her pocket $179,940. 

What is Daria Saville’s maiden name? 

Until recently, Daria Saville was known as Daria Gavrilova but has now embraced her husband’s surname.

The duo got married in late 2021 after dating for more than 10 years. 

What nationality is Daria Saville?

Saville was born in Russia but became an Australian citizen in 2015 and now represents the green and gold in tennis.

Her husband Luke Saville is an Aussie and played a role in her switch of international allegiance. 

“She obviously loves it here and I was a pretty big part of why she moved here,” he told the Sydney Morning Herald in 2016.

“But there’s no sugar-coating it, she’s getting a lot more support here and that’s a big reason as well. She got absolutely nothing in Russia, it’s really harsh there.

“She knows where she was born and where her family is from, but she is really proud to be Australian.”

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