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Partnering with 1995 Wimbledon girls' champion in both singles and doubles, Aleksandra Olsza, she lost to Meredith Mc Grath and Larisa Neiland.
In 1996, she started playing under a new coach, Ed Nagel. At the Italian Open, Kournikova lost to Amanda Coetzer in the second round.
She became the youngest player to win the 18-and-under division of the Junior Orange Bowl tennis tournament.
By the end of the year, Kournikova was crowned the ITF Junior World Champion U-18 and Junior European Champion U-18.
She broke into the top 50 on 19 May, and was ranked No. Although she lost in the second round of the Paris Open to Anke Huber in singles, Kournikova reached her second doubles WTA Tour final, partnering with Larisa Neiland. Kournikova and Neiland reached their second consecutive final at the Linz Open, losing to Alexandra Fusai and Nathalie Tauziat.
At the German Open, she reached the semi-finals in both singles and doubles, partnering with Larisa Neiland.
At the French Open Kournikova had her best result at this tournament, making it to the fourth round before losing to Jana Novotná.
Kournikova received her first tennis racquet as a New Year gift in 1986 at age five.
Describing her early regimen, she said, "I played two times a week from age six. And it was just for fun; my parents didn't know I was going to play professionally, they just wanted me to do something because I had lots of energy.