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Grand Slam Record

Grand Slams

Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

R16 x1
W/L
27/38
2019

Australian Open

R64 x3
2024, 2018, 2015

Roland Garros

R16 x1
2019

Wimbledon

R32 x3
2021, 2018, 2016

US Open

R32 x1
2018

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Personal

Coached by Peter Huber. Also works with father, Dmitri Siniakov (also a businessman), Formerly coached by Evgeniia Maniukova
Mother's name is Hana Siniakova (accountant); younger brother is Daniel
Mentored by WTA legend Helena Sukova, who is now a sports psychologist
Started playing tennis at age 5. Favorite surface is hardcourt; favorite tournament is Australian Open
Favorite city is Paris
Tennis idol growing up was Maria Sharapova
Enjoys listening to music and reading, especially detective books and sci-fi. Would like to meet the singer Taylor Swift

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (5): 2023 - Bad Homburg, Nanchang; 2022 - Portoroz; 2017 - Shenzhen, Bastad.
Finalist (5): 2023 - Hong Kong; 2021 - Bad Homburg; 2018 - Shenzhen; 2016 - Bastad, Tokyo (International).

WTA 125 Series Winner (1): 2024 - Lleida

DOUBLES
Winner (25): 2024 - Dubai (w/Hunter); 2023 - Australian Open, Indian Wells (w/Krejcikova), San Diego (w/Krejcikova); 2022 - Australian Open, Wimbledon, US Open (all w/Krejcikova), Melbourne 2 (w/Pera) Berlin (w/Sanders), Monastir (w/Mladenovic); 2021 - Gippsland Trophy, Madrid, Roland Garros, Olympics, WTA Finals (all w/Krejcikova), Moscow (w/Ostapenko); 2020 - Shenzhen (w/Krejcikova); 2019 - Sydney (w/Krunic), Toronto, Linz (both w/Krejcikova); 2018 - Roland Garros, Wimbledon (both w/Krejcikova); 2015 - Prague (w/Bencic); 2014 - Tashkent (w/Krunic), 125/Limoges (w/Voracova).
Finalist (17): 2024 - Indian Wells (w/Hunter); 2023 - Adelaide 1 (w/Hunter), Berlin (w/Vondrousova); 2022 - WTA Finals Fort Worth (w/Krejcikova); 2021 - Australian Open (w/Krejcikova); 2020 - Linz (w/Hradecka); 2019 - Indian Wells (w/Krejcikova); 2018 - Shenzhen, Miami, WTA Finals (all w/Krejcikova); 2017 - Taipei City, Indian Wells, Charleston, Prague, US Open (all w/Hradecka); 2015 - Tashkent (w/Dushevina); 2014 - Stanford (w/Kania).

WTA 125 TITLES
SINGLES (1): 2024 - Lleida ADDITIONAL
Czech Fed Cup Team, 2017-19.

Career in Review

In 2023, won fourth and fifth WTA career singles titles at Bad Homburg (d. Bronzetti in F) and Nanchang (d. Bouzkova in F). Also reached final at Hong Kong (l. Fernandez) and advanced to SF at Merida (l. eventual champion Giorgi).

In doubles in 2023 won titles at Australian Open, Indian Wells and San Diego (all w/Krejcikova). Also achieved R-Up at Adelaide 1 (w/Hunter) and Berlin (w/Vondrousova).

At 2022 Portoroz, lifted first WTA singles title in over five years (d. Rybakina in F). Also made QF at Hamburg (l. eventual champion Pera)

Finished her second consecutive season as WTA Doubles World No.1 after winning six titles in 2022 (Melbourne Summer Set #2, Australian Open, Berlin, Wimbledon, US Open, Monastir); with her title at the US Open with partner Krejcikova, completed the career Golden Slam (winning all four Grand Slams and the Olympics) in Doubles

Singles highlight in 2021 was R-Up finish at Bad Homburg (l. Kerber) - her first singles final since the start of 2018. Also made SF at Parma and reached three further QFs

Finished 2021 as WTA Doubles World No.1 after winning a Tour-leading five titles, including Roland Garros and Olympics (both w/Krejcikova)

Reached two doubles finals in 2020, winning her first event of the season (Shenzhen w/Krejcikova) and finishing R-Up in the last (Linz w/Hradecka); also reached SF at Australian Open and Roland Garros (both w/Krejcikova)

Best singles results of 2020 were QF at Strasbourg (l Sabalenka) and 3r run at Roland Garros (l. Bertens)

Produced career-best Slam singles result with R16 run at 2019 Roland Garros (d. No.1 Osaka in 3r, l. Keys)

Finished 2018 ranked No.1 in doubles after winning first two Grand Slam trophies at Roland Garros (d. Hozumi/ Ninomiya in F) and Wimbledon (d. Melichar/Peschke in F) both w/Krejcikova, 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

Also R-Up w/Krejcikova at 2018 WTA Finals Singapore (l. Babos/ Mladenovic)

Has three Top 5 career wins in singles - against No.4 Halep at 2017 Shenzhen, No.4 Garcia at Wuhan, and No.1 Osaka at 2019 Roland Garros

Won both singles rubbers during Czech Republic's 3-0 victory over USA in final of 2018 Billie Jean King Cup

Won two career singles titles in 2017, first at Shenzhen (d. No.4 Halep in 2r, No.10 Konta in SF - the first Top 10 wins of her career - and Riske in F) and then Bastad (d. No.17 Sevastova in QF, No.20 Garcia in SF and No.6 Wozniacki in F)

Reached doubles final at 2017 US Open (w/Hradecka, l. Chan/Hingis)

Made Top 50 debut on October 24, 2016

In 2016, advanced to first two WTA finals of career, at Bastad (as qualifier, l. Siegemund) and Tokyo [Japan Open] (l. McHale)

Won back-to-back Grand Slam matches for the first time during 3r showing at 2016 Wimbledon (l. A.Radwanska)

Notched the first Top 20 win of her career by upsetting No.14 Petkovic during QF run at 2015 Birmingham

Broke into Top 100 for the first time on October 20, 2014 following breakthrough SF run at Moscow (as qualifier, l. eventual champion Pavlyuchenkova)

Fell 1r on Grand Slam main draw debut at 2014 Australian Open (as qualifier, l. Diyas)

Made WTA main draw debut at 2013 Miami (l. Muguruza)

Played first events of career on ITF Circuit in 2012

Ranked world No.2 in ITF junior rankings in December 2012; won the girls' doubles titles at Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open in 2013

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Current Singles
30
Singles Career High Ranking
Highest Singles
30
Jun 17, 2024
Doubles Current Ranking
Current Doubles
5
Doubles Career High Ranking
Highest Doubles
1
Oct 22, 2018