Coached by father, Jiri Cenek...Favorite surface is clay; best shot is backhand...Mother's name is Jinriska Cenkova; has older sister, Lucie Vlnata...Most memorable experience was having dinner with a prince of Japan after her tennis team won the NTT World Under 14 competition in Japan...Has a lucky charm from her boyfriend to bring happiness during her matches...Describes herself as sensitive, a fighter on the court, and purposeful...admires her boyfriend because he encourages her and helps her believe in herself; admires Steffi Graf for her will to win and her intensity and diligence in training.
Has several doubles titles on the ITF Circuit In juniors, earned victories over Martina Hingis, Catalina Cristea, Julie Steven and Nino Loursabishvili Played junior team competitions in the Helvecia Cup in Switzerland, the Youth Cup in New Zealand and NTT World Cup in Japan
SINGLESWinner (0 WTA Tour): 1996 - ITF/Szczecin-POL; 1995 - ITF/Vaihingen-GER; 1994 - ITF/Nicosia-CYP, ITF/Ostrava-CZE.Semifinalist (1): 1996 - Karlovy Vary.Quarterfinalist (2): 1997 - Hobart; 1996 - Styria.DOUBLESFinalist (1): 1996 - Styria (w/Kroupova).
1996 - Achieved best WTA Tour result to date at Karlovy Vary, reaching SF as a wildcard entry; ranking jumped 36 spots to No. 109; at Styria, upset No. 2 seed Wiesner in 1r and eventually advanced to QF; also reached first Tour doubles final1997 - Played in first Grand Slam main draws at Australian Open and Roland Garros; as a qualifier, reached QF of Hobart with wins over Barbara Rittner and No. 7 seed Labat
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