A serve-and-volley player; prefers hard courts.
• Has career victories over Plischke, Grzybowska and Henin
SINGLESWinner (0 WTA Tour): 1999 - ITF/Clearwater-USA; 1997 - ITF/Tel Aviv-ISR, ITF/Klosters-SUI.Quarterfinalist (4): 2000 - Auckland, Estoril, Budapest, Tokyo [Japan Open].ADDITIONALSwiss Fed Cup Team 2000. Swiss Olympic Team 2000.
1999 - As a world No. 119 qualifier, upset No. 54 Snyder 61 61 in 1r of Tokyo [Princess Cup] to notch career-best victory; recorded an impressive 16-1 W-L record, including a 12-match win-streak when she was runner-up at an ITF/Boca Raton-USA, followed by qualifying for ITF/Clearwater-USA and eventually winning it, and then being runner-up at ITF/Rockford-USA2000 - At first tournament of year, in Auckland, upset No. 3 seed Sanchez Lorenzo in 1r and continued on to reach first WTA Tour QF of career; continued threatening seeds, ousting No. 4 seed Pitkowski in Estoril, No. 6 seed Gersi in Budapest and No. 8 seed Smashnova at Tokyo [Japan Open] en route to QF finishes; captured first career Grand Slam match win at the Australian Open before falling to No. 6 seed Schett 64 642001 -Ousted No. 6 seed Tulyaganova in 1r at Antwerp; d. No. 8 seed Medina Garrigues in 1r at Basel; upset No. 31 seed Torrens Valero in the 1r of US Open en route to a 3r finish, her career-best Grand Slam showing
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