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Aleksandra Wozniak

Year Inducted2022 HometownMontreal, Quebec

Major Accomplishments

2008 Bank of the West Classic WTA Singles Title
12 ITF Titles
Canadian record for most Fed Cup wins (now Billie Jean King Cup) for Canada (40-12)
Career High WTA Ranking 21
Tennis Canada’s Best Female Athlete of the Year five times (2004, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2012)
Tennis Québec’s Athlete Of The Year By Excellence twice (2007 and 2009)
Canadian Fed Cup Team (now Billie Jean King Cup), 2004-14
Canadian Olympic Team, 2012


Aleksandra Wozniak was born in Montreal, Quebec and is one of the most accomplished tennis players Canada has produced. During her 13-year career, Wozniak achieved a career-high WTA singles ranking of 21 in 2009, captured Canada’s first WTA singles title in 20 years at the 2008 Bank of the West Classic, and has 12 ITF titles to her name. Throughout her career, Wozniak has many significant wins over Top 10 players including Serena Williams, Amélie Mauresmo, Marion Bartoli and Jelena Jankovic. A consistent competitor for Team Canada, Wozniak holds the Canadian record for most Fed Cup (now Billie Jean King Cup) wins for Canada with a record of 40-12 and was selected as the Women Tennis Player of the year in Canada a record five times. In 2018 Wozniak retired from the professional tour and continues to influence and inspire the next generation through her Aleksandra Wozniak Tennis Academy in Bedford Quebec. A testament to her career and influence on tennis in Canada, Wozniak is nominated to the Canadian Tennis Hall of Fame in 2022 as a Player in her first year of eligibility.