Coached by her husband, Roy Coopersmith, whom she married in 1998, and they travel the tour with their daughter, Nicole, born May 8, 1999...Father's name is Goran; mother's name is Ankica; sister's name is Snjezama; father and sister play recreational tennis...Relaxes by listening to music...Other sports interests include swimming, basketball and soccer...Likes to visit Florida in the United States...Favorites include the movie Pretty Woman, author Sidney Sheldon and the book The Rage of Angels.
SINGLESWinner: 2002 - ITF/Villenave d'Ornon-FRA; 2000 - ITF/Mostar-BIH, ITF/Lecce-ITA; 1997 - ITF/Sibenik-CRO; 1996 - ITF/Paderborn-GER, ITF/Beograd-CRO.DOUBLESSemifinalist (1): 2002 - Bogota (w/Schneider).ADDITIONALYugoslavian Fed Cup Team 1991. Croatian Fed Cup Team 1994.
1989-1991 - Played regularly on the ITF Circuit1992-1993 - Played several ITF events as well as WTA qualifying rounds, winning three matches to qualify for her first WTA Tour main draw at 1992 Karlovy Vary, winning her first match1994 - As a qualifier ranked No. 202 at Barcelona, d. Kelesi in 1r1996 - Earned first pro title at an ITF/Paderborn-GER; one month later, scored second career title at an ITF/Beograd-CRO1997 - Captured third career ITF title at ITF/Sibenik-CRO1999 - Off the Tour the whole season to give birth to daughter, Nicole, on May 82000 - Returned to Tour after having a child and won fourth title at an ITF/Mostar-BIH followed by another crown at ITF/Lecce-ITA where she upset three seeds2001 - Made Grand Slam debut at Australian Open at age 27; as world No. 134 at Vienna, upset No. 55 Hantuchova in 1r; at age 28, reached a career-high ranking of No. 1172002 - As world No. 127, l. 1r at Bogota to No. 285 WC and eventual tournament champion Zuluaga and reached SF in doubles w/Schneider; as the top seed, won sixth career ITF Circuit title at ITF/Villenave d'Ornon-FRA
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