Kveta Peschke, maiden name Hrdlickova, started playing on the WTA in 1993 at the age of 17.
In singles, Peschke got one WTA title, four Top 10 wins and a career-high No.26 - but doubles brought more.
Peschke was on court for Martina Navratilova's last pro match, the 2006 US Open mixed final.
Before her current partnership with Katarina Srebotnik, Peschke won 14 WTA doubles titles.
Peschke played her last singles tournaments in 2007, from then on focusing on doubles only.
Katarina Srebotnik played her first WTA event at Estoril in 1999 - and she won the title.
Srebotnik's singles career included four WTA titles, 10 Top 10 wins and a career-high No.20.
Among her Top 10 wins were five Top 5 wins, including Serena Williams at the 2008 French Open.
Before her current partnership with Kveta Peschke, Srebotnik captured 21 WTA doubles titles.
Srebotnik also has five Grand Slam mixed doubles titles, two with Serbia's Nenad Zimonjic.
Peschke and Srebotnik joined in early 2010. In their first major together they made the final.
Two Premier titles in 2010 propelled them to the WTA Championships, where they were runners-up.
After titles in Auckland, Doha and Eastbourne, Peschke and Srebotnik were aiming even higher.
With commanding wins in the semifinals and final, Peschke and Srebotnik conquered Wimbledon.
With their first Grand Slam women's doubles title, Peschke and Srebotnik are co-world No.1s.