Anna Kournikova joins USA Network as an entertainment reporter during USA Network¹s live coverage of the 2003 US Open Tennis Championships. Kournikova, who was forced to miss the 2003 US Open due to injuries, will contribute pop culture stories and celebrity interviews exclusively for USA during the tournament. At age 14, Kournikova become the youngest player ever to win a Fed Cup match, and also captured the European Championships and Italian Open juniors. At the close of 1995, she was ranked No. 1 and crowned the ITF Junior World Champion. Shortly after turning 15, Kournikova burst onto the pro scene by reaching the fourth round in her first Grand Slam tournament, the '96 U.S. Open, and by reaching the semifinals of her debut at Wimbledon in '97. In subsequent years, she has maintained a consistent presence in the top ten singles rankings, captured a Grand Slam doubles title with Martina Hingis at the '99 Australian Open, and made the semifinals at the 2001 Australian Open. She is also the only player in the past 15 years to have defeated four consecutive top ten players in a single tournament, which she did on her way to the '98 final in Key Biscayne, Fla.