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Began playing tennis and skiing at age 3 with her family...Coached by brother, Robert, and does off court training with father, Lubomir, and mother, Alena...Likes playing on all surfaces; best shots are forehand and volley...Mother, Alena, is a housewife and was a member of the 1972 Czechoslovakian Olympic team as a high jumper, coached by her husband; father, Lubomir, is a civil engineer; older brother, Robert, is studying architecture and coaches her at times...Moved from the Czech Republic to Austria at age six...Graduated in 1996 from the economics school in Innsbruck, Austria...Speaks four languages: German, English, Spanish and Czech...Favorite colors are blue and white; likes the movies Forrest Gump and Don Juan de Marco...Favorite bands are Los Ilegales, Shaquira and Radio-Hits...Other sports interests include track and field (athletics), downhill skiing, basketball, volleyball, soccer, jogging and mountain-biking...Enjoys reading, listening to music, being in nature and spending free time with friends...Relaxes by swimming, sleeping and listening to music...Self-described as a person who seeks to be balanced in life and who wants to enjoy every single day...Admires Stefan Edberg for his modesty, and Indians for their special relationship to animals and nature.

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (0 WTA Tour): 1994 - ITF/Limoges-FRA; 1993 - ITF/Zagreb-CRO.
Semifinalist (2): 2000 - Bogota; 1998 - Gold Coast.

DOUBLES
Winner (1): 2000 - Kuala Lumpur (w/Nagyova).
Semifinalist (4): 2001 - Gold Coast (w/Majoli), Palermo (w/Carlsson); 2000 - Klagenfurt (w/Glass), Bratislava (w/Nagyova).

ADDITIONAL
Austrian Fed Cup Team 1994, 1998-99, 2001. Austrian Olympic Team 2000.

Career in Review

1998 - Ousted world No. 9 Irina Spirlea in 1r at Roland Garros
1999 - Continued trend of upsetting higher-ranked players at Grand Slams by ousting world No. 18 A. Huber to reach 3r of Australian Open; d. world No. 7 Sanchez-Vicario and No. 14 Coetzer en route to Italian Open QF; reached first Grand Slam QF at Roland Garros, upsetting No. 16 Schett and No. 4 Novotna in back-to-back matches, joining Schwartz as the second and third Austrian women to reach QF at Roland Garros
2000 - Captured first doubles title on WTA Tour at Kuala Lumpur w/Nagyova; was SF at Bogota and QF at Sao Paulo and Tokyo [Japan Open] (where she upset No. 6 seed Garbin 1r; as qualifier at Scottsdale, upset world No. 18 Likhovtseva in 1r; d. No. 14 seed Kournikova to reach 3r at Roland Garros

W/L 4/4 8/4 4/4 3/3
2001
R128
R64
R64
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2000
R64
R32
R128
R64
1999
R32
QF
R64
R64
1998
R64
R64
R32
R64
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Singles Career High Ranking
Highest Singles
27
Jun 21, 1999
Doubles Career High Ranking
Highest Doubles
78
Jan 08, 2001