Works with USTA coach and former Tour player Katrina Adams; trains at the USTA National Training Center in Flushing Meadows, New York...Favorite surface is clay and favorite shot is her serve...Both parents, Josef and Jennifer, are self-employed...Graduated from Hewlett High School in 1998...Has a pet Chihuahua named Emma...Favorites include the color blue, the movie Dirty Dancing and sushi...Other sports interest is in basketball.
• In collegiate play, won 2002 National Clay Court Championship, 2002 National Indoors Championship, and was the 2002 NCAA Champion (playing for Wake Forest University), setting a record for fewest games lost en route to the title (21); played tennis at Wake Forest for three years, turning pro after her junior season
1998 - Unranked, upset world No. 284 Kolbovic 63 61 in 1r of ITF/Lexington-USA, before falling to No. 184, No. 8 seed Pullin 62 621999 - As world No. 780, competed at one event, ITF/Miami-USA, l. 1r to No. 629 Sequera in 3s2000-2001 - Did not play2002 - As world No. 1,102 received a WC at US Open, her Tour debut, and upset No. 148 Voracova and No. 27 Tanasugarn to reach 3r, l. to No. 6 Henin; ranking vaulted from No. 1,102 to No. 251; still world No. 251, received WC into Waikoloa, l. 1r to No. 73 Callens in 3s2003 - As world No. 211, received WC into Amelia Island and l. 1r to No. 48 Pratt 26 75 60; debuted at Wimbledon as a qualifier, l. 1r to No. 33 seed Kuznetsova; reached SF at ITF/Louisville-USA, d. No. 6 seed Neffa-de los Rios in 2r; as a world No. 130 WC at US Open, l. 1r to world No. 22 and No. 18 seed Schnyder2004 - Received WC entry at Memphis (l. 1r to No.44 Granville 64 63).2005 - Contested one ITF Circuit singles event, falling in qualifying.
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