Coached by Peter Vajda...Baseline player who likes all court surfaces; favorite shot is her forehand...Mother, Anna Dlhopolcova, and father, Jan Dlhopolec, are businesspersons; older brother, Ivan, is a law student; whole family plays tennis...A small pillow is her lucky charm...Pet peeve is losing...Describes herself as friendly, sociable and one who never gives up...Admires Steffi Graf, Monica Seles, Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras...Likes to visit Switzerland and New Zealand...Favorite movie is The Matrix; favorite actor is KeanuReeves...Other sports interests are basketball, volleyball and dance.
• In juniors, finished 1999 and 2000 as the No. 9-ranked junior in the world; reached the European Championships SF in 14s and 16s
SINGLESWinner: 2004 - ITF/Ramat Hasharon-ISR; 2001 - ITF/Sofia 1-BUL; 2000 - ITF/New Delhi-IND.Finalist: 2005 - ITF/Bals-ROM.DOUBLESFinalist: 2005 - ITF/Bals-ROM (w/Iacob), ITF/Garching-GER (w/Siegemund).ADDITIONALSlovakian Fed Cup Team 2001.
1999 - Played one ITF match2000 - Won first ITF event (ITF/New Delhi-IND), d. No. 1 seed2001 - Just a year after starting to play ITF events, won three matches to qualify for first WTA Tour main draw at Auckland, falling in 1r to No. 8 seed; won second ITF title, ITF/Sofia-BUL; played first Grand Slam qualifying event at Wimbledon, l. in final round; made Grand Slam debut as a qualifier at US Open on stadium court against world No. 4 and defending champion V. Williams, falling 62 632002 - Qualified for Hobart and lost 1r to fellow qualifier Foretz2004 - On ITF Circuit, reached two singles finals, winning first title in three years at $10K ITF/Ramat Hasharon-ISR (d. top three seeds en route to title), also reached one doubles final.2005 - Reached one final in singles and two finals in doubles on ITF Circuit.
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