|Age||41 (08 Nov 1975)|
|Height||5' 9'' (1.75 m)|
|Career Prize Money||$236,165|
|YTD Prize Money|
|Birthplace||Roznov Pod Radhostem, Czech Republic|
|Current Singles Ranking||Current Doubles Ranking|
Coached by her father, Arnost Vasek...A baseline player who prefers clay courts...Mother's name is Libuse; older brother, Radomir, also plays tennis...Graduated from a clothing design school in June 1992...Likes disco dancing...Also plays golf...Likes to relax with a good massage...Tennis pro she most admires is Pete Sampras.
• Has numerous ITF doubles titles
Winner (0 WTA Tour): 2003 - ITF/Darmstadt-GER; 2000 - ITF/Puchheim-GER, ITF/Verona-ITA, ITF/Plzen-CZE; 1998 - ITF/Biel 3-SUI, ITF/Pruhonice-CZE; 1995 - ITF/Valasske-CZE; 1994 - ITF/Langenthal-SUI.
Quarterfinalist (2): 2003 - Acapulco; 2001 - Tashkent.
Finalist (1): 2001 - Quebec City (w/Koukalova).
Quarterfinalist (3): 2002 - Budapest (w/Martincova); 2001 - Casablanca (w/Kochta); 1995 - Maria Lankowitz (w/Pelikanova).
Czech Republic Fed Cup Team 2001.
1994 - Won first pro title at an ITF/Langenthal-SUI
1995 - Debuted on WTA Tour as a qualifier at Maria Lankowitz; won a set off Cecchini before falling 46 63 64
1998 - Won ITF/Pruhonice-CZE as a qualifier
2000 - First-time doubles finalist on the tour at Quebec City; won three ITF events, nearly doubling her career singles titles; as world No. 214, won qualifying matches to make her Grand Slam debut at the US Open
2001 - Upset No. 4 seed 60 60 at Tashkent to reach first QF on WTA Tour, but ret. during QF match due to dehydration
2002 - As world No. 163, upset No. 65. Ruano Pascual (No. 6 seed ) in 1r of Bogota 75 61 before falling to No. 90 Beigbeder 36 64 64; seeded No. 7 at Tashkent, was upset in 1r by Ostrovskaya
2003 - As a qualifier, world No. 155 and appearing in first main draw of the season, reached QF at Acapulco, l. to eventual tournament finalist No. 104 Diaz-Oliva; won ITF/Darmstadt-GER, her eighth ITF singles title and first in three years, by eliminating No. 1 seed Kloesel in SF; as a qualifier, l. 1r to No. 11 seed Dementieva in second US Open and Grand Slam main draw of career, and first in three years