According to the YNET website, she has left Russia and will now live and play in Israel (She is Jewish). From now on she is trying to come back and play tennis after her injuries and she will represent Israel in the Fed Cup in the next years. she is now under care by Israeli federation- they have a plan for her recovery but it will take time, at least 2 or 3 months of practicing.
Here is the link (Hebrew) and some pics (from last Thursday):
that's because she is a Russian, and don't you think it's a little pathetic to get all excited about her becuase Israel has only ever produced one decent player of their own, the rest came from Eastern Europe and mainly as ready formed adult tennis players...nothing to get overly excited about i'd say.
Apparently she has a protected ranking of #90 for 8 tournies in the first year of her return. And she may use one for Indian Wells, but she's not sure yet if she'll go there or continue with smaller tournaments.