|Age||41 (14 Jul 1975)|
|Height||5'7 1/2'' (1.69 m)|
|Career Prize Money||$375,688|
|YTD Prize Money|
|Birthplace||Prague, Czech Republic|
|Current Singles Ranking||Current Doubles Ranking|
Father, Jiri, is an ice hockey coach and coached Marketa until 1991; mother is Dagmar; older sister, Renata, plays on Tour as well...Enjoys linguistics; speaks Czech, German, English and French; intends to learn Spanish or Italian...Hobbies include ice skating, listening to music and dancing...Favorite colors are deep blue, cream and black...Likes to paint and travel.
• Nominated for 1994 WTA Tour Most Impressive Newcomer Award
• Won German Junior Championships in 1989, singles and doubles; repeated feat in 1991
• Took first place in 1991 World Youth Cup in Barcelona
Winner (0 WTA Tour): 1999 - ITF/Spoleto-ITA; 1991 - ITF/Moulins-FRA.
Semifinalist: 1993 - San Diego.
Quarterfinalist: 1995 - Zagreb; 1994 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific]; 1992 - Indianapolis; 1991 - European Indoors.
Semifinalist (1): 2000 - Knokke-Heist (w/Hergold).
1990 - Reached final of ITF/Salisbury-USA and ITF/Naples-ITA
1991 - Won 1991 ITF/Moulins-FRA, d. Bobkova, Pawlik, Foldenyi, Baudone and Suire
1993 - D. Po, C. Wood, Ignatieva and Likhovtseva to reach SF of San Diego; l. to Sanchez-Vicario in first career SF appearance
1994 - As world No. 82, surprised No. 5 Sabatini with a straight-sets upset in 2r at Tokyo [Pan Pacific]
1997 - As a qualifier, reached 3r of Australian Open
2000 - As last team accepted into doubles at Knokke-Heist w/Hergold, upset top seeds Appelmans/Rittner in 1r and then received a walkover to reach SF, her first on the WTA Tour