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Eight Top 100 Players From Poland

Katarzyna Piter recently became the eighth Polish player ever to break the Top 100 on the WTA Rankings - can you name the first seven? Two are pretty obvious...

Published April 10, 2014 12:14

Eight Top 100 Players From Poland
Katarzyna Piter

KATOWICE, Poland - The WTA stars are hitting the courts of Katowice this week for the BNP Paribas Katowice Open, the only WTA stop in Poland - and in honor of that, we at wtatennis.com thought we'd look back at all of Poland's best women's tennis players - all eight of them that made the Top 100.

Here are the eight Polish women who cracked the Top 100, when they did it, and how high they went:

Iwona Kuczynska
Top 100 debut on September 28, 1987
Career-High: No.64 (October 12, 1987)

Katarzyna Nowak
Top 100 debut on December 19, 1994
Career-High: No.47 (September 11, 1995)

Magdalena Grzybowska
Top 100 debut on October 9. 1995
Career-High: No.30 (August 10, 1998)

Aleksandra Olsza
Top 100 debut on September 9. 1996
Career-High: No.72 (September 30, 1996)

Marta Domachowska
Top 100 debut on September 27, 2004
Career-High: No.37 (April 3, 2006)

Agnieszka Radwanska
Top 100 debut on September 11, 2006
Career-High: No.2 (July 9, 2012)

Urszula Radwanska
Top 100 debut on March 23, 2009
Career-High: No.29 (October 8, 2012)

Katarzyna Piter
Top 100 debut on February 24, 2014
Career-High: No.96 (March 3, 2014)

Marta Domachowska

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