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She fell out of the top 100 after Wimbledon, where she was defending third round points, by losing in the first round to Ekaterina Makarova.

Záhlavová-Strýcová's results improved during the latter part of the year, starting with a quarterfinal appearance at the WTA event in Bad Gastein, as well as reaching the doubles final in Prague. [3] Záhlavová-Strýcová made her return at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Stuttgart. At the Summer Olympics in Rio on August 13 she won her first ever Olympic medal, a bronze in the women's doubles playoff with her partner Lucie Šafářová. She recorded another notable win over Anna Smashnova in Amelia Island, and won her first two Grand Slam main-draw matches at the Australian Open and French Open.

En février 2013, elle est suspendue six mois pour dopage par la fédération internationale de tennis. Strýcová's progress took a step backward in 2005, dropping out of the top 100 in the world after failing to back up her breakthrough season and winning just 17 matches throughout the season. This was, with 33 years of age, her career best in a Grand Slam tournament for both singles and doubles. In February Záhlavová-Strýcová was banned for six months, backdated to 16 October 2012 until 15 April 2013, after testing positive for the stimulant sibutramine, which Strýcová alleged got into her system accidentally through her ingestion of the supplement ACAI Berry Thin. Plays. She also won three Grand Slam girls' doubles titles between 2001 and 2003. But in doubles, she won the final with Chinese Taipei's Hsieh Su-wei against Russia's Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina. At the French Open, Záhlavová-Strýcová lost in first round to Rossana de los Ríos, before reaching the third round of a Grand Slam for the second time at Wimbledon, where she beat Elena Vesnina and Daniela Hantuchová and lost to Maria Sharapova. She started her grass season in Birmingham, where she reached the final, facing both her opponents and never-ending rain delays. 15). Dubai, United Arab Emirates. After hitting a rough patch in the middle part of the season, she finished the year strongly by reaching her first WTA semifinal at an event in Guangzhou and winning an ITF event in Saint-Raphaël, France. In singles competition, she struggled to build on her strong summer results, failing to advance in six of the ten tournaments she played following Prague, among them a first round loss at the US Open to Maria Kirilenko, thus dropping to world No. The American defeated the Czech in three sets as both players prep for the US Open. She was the 24th seed in Wimbledon, where she reached the third round beating Anett Kontaveit and wildcard Evgeniya Rodina. [2] Despite the ITF not disputing her account of the events and concluding that she "bore no significant fault", she was given a ban for negligence, which disqualified all results during the period of the ban and mandated the return of all prizes won during that period.

2004 turned out to be the year that Strýcová stepped up considerably. David Kotyza. Her highest WTA rankings are world No. She beat four seeded players en route to the last four in singles. 1 in doubles (15 July 2019).

Turning professional in 2003, Strýcová had already worked her ranking into the top 300 after some good results in ITF Women's Circuit events over 2002. She also lost her second round match in Doha to former No. In the third round of the Australian Open, she defeated Bernarda Pera in straight sets before losing against Karolína Plíšková in a three-setter. Strýcová poslala manžela Záhlavu k vodě", Wimbledon (Open Era) girls' doubles champions, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Barbora_Strýcová&oldid=981806617, Olympic tennis players of the Czech Republic, Tennis players at the 2004 Summer Olympics, Tennis players at the 2016 Summer Olympics, Australian Open (tennis) junior champions, Grand Slam (tennis) champions in girls' singles, Grand Slam (tennis) champions in girls' doubles, Olympic bronze medalists for the Czech Republic, Grand Slam (tennis) champions in women's doubles, Short description is different from Wikidata, BLP articles lacking sources from January 2016, ITF template using Wikidata property P8618, Articles containing potentially dated statements from February 2020, All articles containing potentially dated statements, Articles containing potentially dated statements from October 2020, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 4 October 2020, at 14:39.

In quarterfinals, she faced Madison Keys, and lost in a tight three setter, 4–6, 6–4, 3–6, having been up two breaks in the first set. Barbora Strýcová , formerly known as Barbora Záhlavová-Strýcová, is a Czech professional tennis player. Residence Strýcová reached the doubles final of Rome, Tokyo, and Wuhan. Tennis ranking history and graphs of Barbora Strycova, a tennis player from Czech Republic. Find the latest matches, stats and ranking history for Barbora Strycova. 56.

She continued to play mostly ITF events throughout the year, and made her Grand Slam debut at Wimbledon, qualifying and losing in the first round to Tatiana Perebiynis. This latter success took her back to within the top 40.

Her next tournament was Rome, where she reached the quarterfinals with wins over Karin Knapp, Heather Watson, and Eugenie Bouchard. At the BNP Paribas Open, Strýcová won her first round match against Aliaksandra Sasnovich in straight sets and came back from 5–7, 1–3 down to defeat 22nd seed Andrea Petkovic, 5–7, 6–4, 7–5.

[4] It was after this tournament that she reached a new career high ranking of No. Yet, this was her best result in Rome. Plzen, Czech Republic. In the first round of doubles, she and partner Julia Görges lost to the pairing of Liezel Huber and Janette Husárová. In July, Strýcová reached the semifinals of Wimbledon in singles and, together with Hsieh Su-wei, won the title in doubles.

1 in both singles and doubles on the junior rankings, achieving both in 2002, and was named the ITF Junior World Champion that same year. 2003.

Strýcová has won two WTA singles titles and 30 WTA doubles titles, as well as the bronze medal in women's doubles at the 2016 Olympic Games with Lucie Šafářová as her partner, having defeated defending gold medalists Venus and Serena Williams in the first round. With her regular partner Iveta Benešová, she won the biggest title of her career at the Premier 5 tournament in Tokyo, and then partnered Renata Voráčová to win Linz, helping her to finish the season in the top 20 of the doubles ranking. Záhlavová-Strýcová started the year strongly, with a semifinal finish at the ASB Classic in Auckland and a quarterfinal showing in Sydney, losing to Caroline Wozniacki and Tsvetana Pironkova respectively. At Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati, she came away with the women's doubles title with her new partner Sania Mirza while defeating Martina Hingis and CoCo Vandeweghe in the finals.

She won New Haven and Beijing, partnering Andrea Sestini Hlaváčková. In the third round she faced then No.

Barbora Strýcová (Czech pronunciation: [ˈbarbora ˈstriːtsovaː]; born 28 March 1986), formerly known as Barbora Záhlavová-Strýcová, is a Czech professional tennis player. 1, Women's Tennis Association (WTA) world No. At the Wimbledon Championships, she defeated reigning Australian Open champion Li Na in the third round, in soon-to-be last professional match for world No.

[5] Since the couple divorced in 2015, she uses her birth name, Barbora Strýcová, again.

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Click here for a full player profile. In January, Strýcová and her doubles partner Markéta Vondroušová reached the semifinals of the Australian Open, but were defeated by Samantha Stosur and Zhang Shuai. In the second round, she lost to Angelique Kerber in straight sets. [1] In her junior career, she beat several players who went on to become notable professionals such as Maria Sharapova, Anna-Lena Grönefeld and Maria Kirilenko. To avoid confusion and double counting, these charts are updated at the conclusion of a tournament or when the player's participation has ended. The American defeated the Czech in three sets as both players prep for the US Open. Backhand. She was also a member of the Czech Fed Cup team that captured the title in 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2018. Lost her next match to Fed Cup hero Viktorija Golubic in three sets. Barbora Strycova (CZE) Country: Czech Republic, Born March 28, 1986 (34 years old), Category: WTA.

All Rights Reserved, Week In Preview: Serena returns in Lexington; Halep headlines Prague, Tipsport Elite Trophy: Pliskova routs Strycova in Czech Republic, Unseeded & Unfazed: Fucsovics, Zhang step up on Australian Open Day 1, Top 5 Photos, October 27: Federer's 10th; WTA Finals action begins, Bernarda Pera tops Barbora Strycova in three sets to win Bronx battle. She faced Madison Keys in the final, and suffered her third loss to her in less than two months, 3–6, 4–6. In February and March, she won three doubles titles in Paris, Acapulco and Monterrey, her sixth, seventh and eighth tournament wins in the doubles discipline. Strýcová reached the quarterfinals, falling to Samantha Stosur in a tight three set match, 3–6, 7–6, 6–7. 2006 also begun poorly for her in singles, as she struggled to string together wins and subsequently dropped out of the top 200 of the world rankings in April 2006 before recovering slightly after some good results in ITF events.

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Unseeded in the women´s singles draw of the Dubai Championships, she lost in the second round to eventual runner-up, Karolína Plíšková. Plzen, Czech Republic. 3, Angelique Kerber in straight sets, then lost to Madison Keys in the second round. Advancing to a Grand Slam singles quarterfinal for the first time, she lost in straight sets to eventual champion, compatriot Petra Kvitová. 1 in doubles (15 July 2019).

After a few years seemingly in limbo, Záhlavová-Strýcová's plugging away at ITF events finally managed to bring with it some results by 2008, winning titles in Fort Walton Beach, Redding (both American events) and Szczecin, Poland, and reaching the second round in WTA events in Amelia Island and Charleston. Suspension pour dopage. In her next tournament Qatar Open, she defeated Kristina Mladenovic in the first round, and then lost to compatriot Petra Kvitová in straight sets.

It was the first time in the Open Era that the world's top 20 featured four Czech women (also with Petra Kvitová at No.

In 2007, Záhlavová-Strýcová played mostly on the ITF circuit once more and achieved some good results, reaching several semifinals throughout the season, but still sat outside the top 100.

In the fourth round, she had to retire from the match against fifth seed Simona Halep in the second set due to a respiratory infection. 19 in singles. In May, she won the Slovak Open, a $75,000 ITF event, and her first tournament win since coming back from her ban.

16 in singles (achieved on 16 January 2017) and No. Barbora Strycova (34) is a tennis player from Czech Republic who has a career-high doubles ranking of No.

She lost in the second round to Dinara Safina. Seeded 25th in the women's singles draw of the Australian Open, she lost in the third round to former two-time champion Victoria Azarenka.