Coached by John Evert...Favorite surface is hard and favorite shot is her serve...Father, Bill, handles marketing for a construction company; mother's name is Leigh; older sister, Lenox, is a student...Considers herself talkative, fun and focused...Enjoys meeting people and the opportunity to see the world on the pro tour...Pet peeve is people bumping into her in crowds...Favorites include the color blue, roses, actor Tom Cruise, ice cream, the movie Pearl Harbor and author Mary Higgins Clark...Other sports interest is in basketball...Enjoys shopping and singing...Relaxes by watching television or listening to music...Admires Corina Morariu for her comeback from leukemia.
SINGLESWinner: 2001 - ITF/Greenville-USA.
2000 - First appearances on pro tour came at two ITF Circuit events, in San Antonio, Texas, and Hilton Head, South Carolina -- lost 1r at both2001 - Competed in seven ITF Circuit events and reached two back-to-back finals - in Greenville, South Carolina (ranked No. 548), took title when de Roo ret. at 6-3, and in her hometown, Raleigh, North Carolina (ranked No. 546), l. to doubles partner Czink 63 62 (won doubles w/Czink for her first ITF doubles title)2002 - As a world No. 295 WC at the US Open (Grand Slam debut), fell 1r to No. 38 Likhovtseva in a third-set tie-break2003 - As a world No. 309 WC at Miami, fell 1r to world No. 87 qualifier Bartoli; doubles finalist at ITF/Atlanta-USA w/Lubiani; forced to ret. in Quebec City doubles 1r when partner sprained right ankle
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