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Grand Slam Record

Grand Slams

Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

W x2
2014, 2011

Australian Open

F x1

Roland Garros

SF x2
2020, 2012


W x2
2014, 2011

US Open

QF x2
2017, 2015

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Coached by Jiri Vanek; fitness trainer is Ivan Trebaticky and physio/trainer is Florian Zitzelsberger; trains at TK Sparta Praha
Father is Jiri (vice mayor); mother is Pavla; brothers are Jiri (engineer) and Libor (teacher). Introduced to tennis by father
Favorite type of movie is comedy. Favorite types of music are pop, rock. Favorite foods are sushi, Italian. Also enjoys basketball and volleyball
Favorite city to visit is Melbourne; favorite tournament is Wimbledon
Self-described as friendly, happy
Tennis idol growing up was Martina Navratilova (because she's left-handed like her)

Career Highlights

Winner (31): 2023 - Miami, Berlin; 2022 - Eastbourne; 2021 - Doha; 2019 - Sydney, Stuttgart; 2018 - St. Petersburg, Doha, Prague, Madrid, Birmingham; 2017 - Birmingham; 2016 - Wuhan, Zhuhai; 2015 - Sydney, Madrid, New Haven; 2014 - Wimbledon, New Haven, Wuhan; 2013 - Dubai, Tokyo [Pan Pacific]; 2012 - Montréal, New Haven; 2011 - Brisbane, Paris [Indoors], Madrid, Wimbledon, Linz, WTA Finals; 2009 - Hobart.
Finalist (11): 2022 - Cincinnati; 2020 - Doha; 2019 - Australian Open, Dubai; 2016 - Luxembourg; 2015 - WTA Finals; 2014 - Beijing; 2013 - Katowice, New Haven; 2011 - Eastbourne; 2009 - Linz.

Czech Billie Jean King Cup Team, 2007-16, 2018; Czech Olympic Team, 2012, 2016.

Career in Review

In 2023, won 30th and 31st titles at Miami (d. Rybakina in F) and Berlin (d. Vekic in F) and reached QF at Adelaide 2, Indian Wells and Ningbo

Won title at 2022 Eastbourne (d. Ostapenko in F) and finished R-Up later that summer at Cincinnati (l. Garcia)

Best result in 2021 was title run at Doha (d. Muguruza in F). Also made SFs at Bad Homburg and Ostrava, and QFs at Stuttgart, Madrid and Cincinnati

Reached one final in 2020 at Doha (l. Sabalenka)

Reached title match at 2019 Australian Open for third career Grand Slam final appearance -result moved her to World No.2, matching her career high ranking. Had she beaten Naomi Osaka in the final, would have claimed World No.1 ranking

Also in 2019, won title at Sydney and Stuttgart and qualified for WTA Finals in Shenzhen for seventh time (went 0-3 in group play)

Won a WTA-leading five titles in 2018, at St. Petersburg (d. Mladenovic in F), Doha (d. Muguruza in F), Prague (d. Buzarnescu in F), Madrid (d. Bertens in F) and Birmingham (d. Rybarikova in F); qualified for WTA Finals going 0-3 in group play

Titles in 2018 came on all three surfaces - first player to win a title on three difference surfaces in a season since S.Williams in 2015

Began 2017 season in May at Roland Garros (2r, l. Mattek-Sands) after a knife attack in her home in Czech Republic on December 20, 2016; required extensive surgery to left hand. Won title at 2017 Birmingham only a month later

Contested Rio Olympics in August 2016, winning the singles bronze medal (l. Puig in SF, d. Keys in bronze medal play-off); also won titles at Wuhan and WTA Elite Trophy Zhuhai

Won three titles in 2015 at Sydney, Madrid and New Haven

Runner-up at 2015 WTA Finals in Singapore (l. A.Radwanska in 3s). Former champion at the season finale, which she won on her event debut in 2011 (d. Azarenka in F)

Earned second Grand Slam title at 2014 Wimbledon (d. Bouchard in F); also won title at New Haven and Wuhan and qualified for WTA Finals going 1-2 in group play

Won two titles in 2012 at Montreal and New Haven and qualified for WTA Finals going 0-1 in group play; also won two titles in 2013 at Dubai and Tokyo then reached SF at WTA Finals after going 2-1 in group play

At 2012 Sydney was two wins from becoming No.1 (had won Wimbledon and WTA Finals in previous six months)

Won maiden Grand Slam title at 2011 Wimbledon (d. Sharapova in F); also won titles in 2011 at Brisbane, Paris [Indoor], Madrid and Linz

Was first player born in 1990s to win a Grand Slam title at 2011 Wimbledon

Entered Top 10 on May 16, 2011; qualified for and won WTA Finals in 2011 (d. Azarenka in F) Reached SF at 2010 Wimbledon

Won first career title at 2009 Hobart (d. Benesova in F) and reached final at Linz (l. Wickmayer)

Earned first WTA main draw win at 2008 Paris [Indoor] defeating No.30 Anabel Medina Garrigues and reached first QFs at Budapest and Zurich propelling her into Top 50 for the first time ending year at No.44

Earned first Top 10 win of career over No.8 Venus Williams while ranked No.143 at 2008 February

Made WTA debut at 2007 Prague qualifying and main draw debut at 2007 Stockholm; also played US Open qualifying that year Member of Czech Republic's Billie Jean King Cup winning team in 2011-12, 2014-16 and 2018

Made professional debut on ITF Circuit in Czech Republic in 2006; owns seven ITF titles