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The 24-year-old's highest singles ranking to date is 12.
In 2003, Golovin won her first WTA Tour main draw match at Indian Wells against No.146 Gisela Dulko (losing in the second round to Italian Francesca Schiavone).
Golovin lost in the first round at Miami, Strasbourg and Roland Garros. At the Australian Open, Golovin (as No.354, with wild card) upset No.14 seed Anna Smashnova in the second round and No.23 seed Lina Krasnoroutskaya in the third round (on her 16th birthday), before falling to No.25 seed Lisa Raymond in the fourth round.
Tatiana Golovin was a professional tennis player from 2004 until her early retirement in 2008.
Tatiana Golovin was born in Russia, but her family moved to France when Golovin was less than a year old.