Russian-born Kournikova now an American citizen

by: TENNIS.com | September 23, 2010

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In a cover appearance on Maxim magazine this month, Anna Kournikova says she has become a U.S. citizen.

"I've always considered myself half-Russian and half-American. It never seemed to really matter if I had a passport or not," she said. "But when I started working with the [United Services Organizations] and the troops overseas, it just seemed the logical next step."
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