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Grand Slam Record

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34/16
2021

Australian Open

QF x2
2024, 2022

Roland Garros

W x1
2021

Wimbledon

R16 x1
2021

US Open

QF x1
2021

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Personal

Previously coached by Ales Kartus
Started playing tennis aged 6 and was later coached and mentored by WTA legend Jana Novotna
Highly ranked junior, won the Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open girls' doubles titles with Katerina Siniakova.

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (7): 2023 - Dubai, San Diego; 2022 - Tallinn, Ostrava; 2021 - Strasbourg, Roland Garros, Prague.
Finalist (5): 2023 - Birmingham, Zhengzhou; 2022 - Sydney; 2021 - Dubai; 2017 - Nürnberg.

DOUBLES
Winner (18): 2023 - Australian Open, Indian Wells, San Diego (w/Siniakova), Birmingham (w/Kostyuk); 2022 - Australian Open, Wimbledon, US Open (all w/Siniakova); 2021 - Gippsland Trophy, Madrid, Roland Garros, Olympics, WTA Finals Guadalajara (all w/Siniakova); 2020 - Shenzhen (w/Siniakova); 2019 - Toronto, Linz (both w/Siniakova); 2018 - Roland Garros, Wimbledon (both w/Siniakova); 2015 - Quebec City (w/Mestach), 125/Limoges (w/Minella).
Finalist (11): 2024 - Madrid (w/Siegemund); 2022 - WTA Finals Fort Worth (w/Siniakova); 2021 - Australian Open (w/Siniakova); 2020 - Dubai (w/Siniakova); 2019 - Indian Wells (w/Siniakova); 2018 - Shenzhen, Miami, WTA Finals (all w/Siniakova); 2017 - Bastad (w/Irigoyen); 2016 - St. Petersburg (w/Dushevina); 2014 - Luxembourg (w/Hradecka).

MIXED DOUBLES
Winner (3): 2021 - Australian Open (w/Ram); 2020 - Australian Open (w/Mektic); 2019 - Australian Open (w/Ram).

ADDITIONAL
Czech Billie Jean King Cup Team, 2019.

Career in Review

Reached four finals across 2023, winning first WTA 1000 title at Dubai (d. No.1 Swiatek in F) in addition to San Diego (d. Kenin in F), and finishing R-Up at Birmingham (l. Ostapenko) and Zhengzhou (l. Zheng Qinwen).

Ended 2022 season in fine form, lifting back-to-back titles at Tallinn (d. Kontaveit) and Ostrava (d. Swiatek). Also completed career doubles Slam by winning US Open w/Siniakova.

Made strong start to 2022, finishing R-Up at Sydney (l. Badosa) and reaching QF at Australian Open (l. Keys) before missing several months w/arm injury.

Lifted maiden WTA title at 2021 Strasbourg, followed by sweep of singles and doubles titles at Roland-Garros. Roland Garros was just her fifth Slam main draw in singles; only two women have won a major with fewer main draw appearances to their name.

Also won Prague title (d. Martincova in F), reached final at Dubai (l. Muguruza) and qualified for WTA Finals in singles for the first time. Recorded best results at US Open (QF) and Wimbledon (R16) last year

Posted another record-breaking year in doubles across 2021 - in addition to singles title at Roland Garros, won doubles title too in Paris, along with Madrid, Gippsland Trophy, WTA Finals and the gold medal at Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games (all w/Siniakova)

Enjoyed breakout year in singles in 2020, posting career-high ranking of No.65 (November 16) and making R16 at Roland Garros and reaching second WTA SF at Linz

Also reached two doubles finals last year, finishing R-Up at Dubai (w/Zheng) and winning Shenzhen (w/Siniakova)

In Mixed Doubles, defended Australian Open title (w/Pavic), having triumphed in Melbourne a year earlier with w/Ram

In 2019, advanced to QF at Bucharest in addition to winning four ITF Circuit singles titles on clay in North America and Europe, winning 20 of her 21 matches during this stretch

Also in 2019, posted second Top 20 doubles season highlighted by titles at Toronto and Linz, and R-Up finish at Indian Wells (all w/Siniakova). Won Australian Open mixed doubles title w/Ram

In 2018, won first two Grand Slam trophies at Roland Garros (d. Hozumi/ Ninomiya in F) and Wimbledon (d. Melichar/Peschke in F) both w/Siniakova, the first pairing to complete the Roland Garros-Wimbledon double since Kim Clijsters and Ai Sugiyama in 2003; also became the first team ever to win the girls' (2013) and ladies' doubles title at SW19

Rose to WTA doubles World No.1 on October 22, 2018

Highlight of 2017 was R-Up finish in first WTA singles final at Nürnberg (l. Bertens in F). Also made QF as qualifier at Bastad (l. Garcia). Only other tour-level appearances were 1r exits at Bucharest and Québec City

Contested five WTA main draws in 2016, progressing to 2r at two events: Kuala Lumpur and Prague

Lifted maiden WTA doubles title at 2015 Québec City (w/Mestach)

Advanced to first WTA doubles final at 2014 Luxembourg (w/Hradecka, l. Bacsinszky/Barrois)

Reached 2r on WTA debut as qualifier at 2014 Québec City (l. Hradecka)

On ITF Circuit, owns 14 singles and 19 doubles titles

Made professional debut at $10K ITF/Piestany-SVK in 2010

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