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Coached by Attila Door; first coach was Jozsef Hegedus...Baseline player who likes all court surfaces; says her best shot is a secret...Parents, Julianna Harangozo and Mihaly Gubacsi, have a hotel...Tennis goal is to reach the Top 50...Enjoys visiting New York, Paris and Bali...Favorite movie is Dirty Dancing, favorite author is Danielle Steele...Owns a St. Bernard dog named Fanny.

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (1 WTA Tour): 2001 - Casablanca, ITF/Edinburgh-GBR; 2000 - ITF/Rimini-ITA, ITF/Bucharest 3-ROM; 1998 - ITF/Montevideo-URU, ITF/Los Mochis-MEX, ITF/Culiacan-MEX.
Semifinalist (1): 2002 - Porto.
Quarterfinalist (1): 2002 - Casablanca.

DOUBLES
Winner (1): 2006 - ITF/San Luis Potosi-MEX (w/Mezak); 2005 - ITF/Martina Franca-ITA (w/Koryttseva), ITF/Istanbul 2-TUR (w/Koryttseva); 2002 - Estoril (w/Bovina).
Finalist (3): 2005 - ITF/Denain-FRA (w/Koryttseva), ITF/Joue-Les-Tours-FRA (w/Kustava); 2002 - Budapest (w/Bovina); 2001 - Budapest (w/Zaric).
Semifinalist (2): 2002 - Vienna (w/Marosi); 1999 - Budapest (w/Mandula).

ADDITIONAL
Hungarian Fed Cup Team 2001-03, 2005.

Career in Review

1996-97 - Played ITF Circuit sparingly and qualifying at WTA event in Budapest

1998 - Played first WTA Tour main draw at Budapest, ranked No. 455; lost 1r to No. 5 seed, No. 45-ranked Pitkowski 63 64; in one stretch, reached finals five out of six ITF events, winning three

1999 - Qualified for Budapest, again l. to Pitkowski 1r but stretching her to 3s

2000 - Won two consecutive ITF events, coming through the qualifying in the second one, to tally a 13-match winning streak

2001 - With Zaric, qualified for doubles main draw at Budapest and went on to reach first Tour doubles final; won ITF/Edinburgh-GBR, then qualified for first Grand Slam at Roland Garros, advanced to 3r; after upsetting No.2 seed Marrero in 1r, collected first Tour title at Casablanca, the second-lowest ranked player, at No.109, to win a title in 2001; made US Open debut, falling 1r

2002 - Played all four Grand Slam tournaments in one year for first time; at debut Australian Open, ranked No. 109, lost 1r to No. 45-ranked Nicole Pratt 67(6) 62 63; as a qualifier at Antwerp, d. Neffa-de los Rios 76(3) 36 75 in 1r before falling to No. 10-ranked, No. 3 seed Mauresmo 63 63; eliminated No. 134-ranked qualifier Pelletier before falling to No. 21-ranked, No. 2 seed and eventual champion Raymond in 2r of Memphis; semifinalist for second time on the Tour at Porto after upsetting No. 5 seed Tina Pisnik in 1r; following week in Estoril, won first doubles title on Tour w/Bovina as they upset the No. 1 and No. 4 seeds; in singles, lost 1r to fourth seed and eventual champion Serna in three sets; doubles finalist in Budapest with Bovina, and fell 2r in singles to No. 4 seed Daniilidou 64 75; scored Hungary's only point in a Fed Cup loss to Spain with a win over No. 35-ranked Montolio; lost 1r at Roland Garros to Reeves; at Casablanca, reached the third QF of career (site of first title); lost two three-set singles matches in Hungary's loss to Argentina in a Fed Cup World Group playoff; fell 1r at Helsinki to sixth seed Svensson 75 75; at the US Open, lost 1r to sixth seed Seles

2003 - Qualified for Hobart main draw, l. 1r to Torrens Valero in 3s; as a WC at Budapest, l. 1r to No. 6 seed Koukalova; en route to ITF/Biella-ITA final, eliminated No. 8 and No. 1 seed; won two ITF Circuit doubles titles and reached final of a third one

2004 - Reached 2r at Casablanca as world No.218 qualifier (d. No.151 Spears in 1r, l. to Marrero), l. in 1r as WC at Budapest and as qualifier at Sopot, and failed to qualify at all four Grand Slams and one other Tour event; on ITF Circuit, reached one singles final, also reached three doubles finals, winning one.

2005 - Reached 2r at Bogota and 1r at Australian Open (as qualifier), but fell in Tour-level qualifying nine times (incl. other three Grand Slams); won two ITF Circuit doubles titles, bringing career tally to seven.