Pavel Tabuntsov is the proud husband of pro tennis player, Elena Vesnina. The 29-year-old Russian lost against Serena Williams but still just to get to that point its pretty commendable, Pavel’s blonde wife reached her first ever Grand Slam semi-final.
Elena Sergeyevna Vesnina was born August 1, 1986. in Lviv (Ukraine). When Elena was 6 years old, mother Irina brought the daughter into Yury Yudkin’s group on park courts Riviera to Sochi. Upon termination of school she already managed to win some children’s tournaments in age groups till 14, 16, 18 years.
Her brother, Dmitriy, is a tennis coach.According to online info, her favorite surfaces are clay, hard. She is also into basketball and ice hockey.
The first tournament in which Elena Vesnina participated, took place in Adler.
The first serious successes came to Elena still when she played at junior competitions. Victories in single and pair categories, game for Russian national team (till 16 years). In 2003 she played in the first WTA tournament in the Kremlin Cup in Moscow. In season 2010 Elene played again two endings on the WTA tournaments in Cтамбуле and Tashkent.
The first title was won in the Canadian Quebec in 2005 together with Anastasia Rodionova. Lena gained the second victory in 2007. Together with Alyona Likhovtseva the Australian Hobart was obedient. 2008 Lena together with Dinara Safina won prestigious tournament in the American Indian-Wales. 2009 was marked for Lena by the first pair ending on a Grand Slam tournament.
Her career-high rankings are World No. 21 in singles and World No. 3 in doubles. Vesnina is a three-time Grand Slamchampion in doubles competition, having won the 2013 French Open and the 2014 US Open tournaments with Ekaterina Makarova, and the 2016 Australian Open mixed doubles title with Bruno Soares.
Businessman Pavel Tabuntsov became her husband last year. The couple tied the knot in November 2015, in Moscow, Russia.
Both the bride and groom, were very thigh lip about their nuptials and the couple seems to like it that way. As for more details about Pavel Tabuntsov, the Russian remains kind of a mystery. they lead a low key life and enjoy staying out of the spotlight, though lovely Elena’a career is out there.
The newlywed enjoys reading, shopping, movies, music, dancing, going out to the sea with friends, travelling and cooking. Part of the celebration took place at Moscow’s Crocus City Hall, as some familiar tennis figures shared pictures congratulating the happy newlyweds.
Among these tennis guests were Nikolay Davydenko with wife Irina, Anastasia Myskina, Elena Dementieva, Ekaterina Makarova, Vera Zvonareva, and siblings Dinara Safina and Marat Safin.