24-year-old niece of billionaire Alisher Usmanov, Ganya married 29-year-old tennis player Vaja Uzakov, who is known as a tennis player who represented Uzbekistan at Davis Cup.
Guests upload photos of a lavish wedding with the hashtag #vajaganya. The stunning bride Usmanova wore a Rami Kadi wedding dress with a long train, decorated with precious stones. By the way, the bride wore not one but three different wedding dresses throughout the evening. The wedding took place in the spacious hall, decorated with flowers, glowing towers with multiple projectors and giant chandeliers. To the surprise of many, there were no any Russian artists at the wedding - the guests and the newlyweds were entertained by Uzbek pop stars.
Chosen of Usmanova, tennis player Vaja Uzakov born June 4, 1988 in Uzbekistan. Uzakov has a career high ATP singles ranking of 698 achieved on 7 June 2010. He also has a career high ATP doubles ranking of 316, achieved on 11 August 2008. Uzakov has represented Uzbekistan at Davis Cup, where he has a win-loss record of 0–6. He played at the 2010 Asian Games on singles he lost from the late champion Somdev Devvarman at the 3rd round. On mixed doubles with Nigina Abduraimova lost on 1st round. On the men's team event won the silver medal with Farrukh Dustov, Murad Inoyatov and Denis Istomin.
Alisher Usmanov's niece graduated from Regent University in London, and is now engaged in fashion. She has her own clothing brand Ganya Usman Collection.
The wedding was attended by Frol Burimskiy and Ulyana Sergeenko
Newlyweds threw luxurious wedding at hall, decorated with flowers, luminous decorations in the form of towers, as well as with fabulous motifs.
It is known that Usmanova has appeared at the ceremony in a wedding dress with a long train, which was sewn for her by the Lebanese designer Rami Kadi. Usmanova several times changed clothes for the evening.
Two days before the wedding reception 24-year-old Ganya Usmanova and Vaja Uzakov concluded the Muslim marriage. Members drew attention to an episode, filmed during the wedding. After the dance with bride the groom casually kicked the train of her wedding dress. Commentators are perplexed by the groom's rude gesture: "Wow, kicked the dress" "Strange ... he kicked the bride at all" "Yeah! typically Freud-like move".