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Father, Gilbert, is a surgeon; mother's name is Martine; older sister's name is Delphine ... Developed self-interest in tennis at age 6 ... Favorite shot is backhand ... Is a high school baccalaureate ... Favorites include the movie A Beautiful Mind, poetry, golf, skiing and Chinese cuisine ... Hobbies include seeing movies and going to the theater, seeing friends, listening to music and watching TV ... Likes mountainous areas for their natural beauty; also likes New York.
Winner: 2009 - ITF/Denain-FRA; 2008 - ITF/Saint Malo-FRA; 2006 - ITF/Biarritz-FRA; 2003 - ITF/Cagnes-sur-Mer-FRA; 2002 - ITF/Cardiff-GBR; ITF/Mount Gambier-AUS; 2001 - ITF/Bangkok-THA.
Winner: 2011 - ITF/Grenoble-FRA (w/Sfar); 2010 - ITF/Biberach-GER (w/Sfar); 2009 - ITF/Petange-LUX (w/Sfar); 2006 - ITF/Joue-les-Tours-FRA (w/Martínez Sánchez); 2005 - ITF/Biarritz-FRA, ITF/Deauville-FRA (both w/Sfar); 2004 - ITF/Vittel-FRA (w/Beltrame), ITF/Bordeaux-FRA, ITF/Saint Raphael-FRA, ITF/Poitiers-FRA (all w/Sfar); 2002 - ITF/Cagnes-sur-Mer-FRA (w/Randriantefy); 2001 - ITF/Madrid-ESP (w/Chevalier).
Finalist (1): 2003 - Paris [Indoors] (w/Bartoli).
French Fed Cup Team, 2003.
Career in Review
- Best singles results were two WTA semifinals, at 2004 Estoril and 2008 Barcelona; QF four times, at 2003 Estoril, 2005 Strasbourg, 2007 Stockholm and 2009 Strasbourg; best Grand Slam was 3r at 2007 French Open (l. to Garbin); career-high was No.61.
- Best doubles result was one WTA final at 2003 Paris [Indoors] (w/Bartoli); career-high was No.54.
- Won seven singles titles and 12 doubles titles on ITF Circuit.
- Announced retirement on February 10, 2011 (after falling in second round at Paris [Indoors] to Mattek-Sands).