How old is Daniela Hantuchova?

How old is Daniela Hantuchová?

Daniela Hantuchová ( Slovak pronunciation: [ˈdaɲɪela ˈɦantuxɔʋaː]; born 23 April 1983) is a Slovak tennis commentator and retired player.

What happened to Hantuchová?

Hantuchová started the year as the world No. 38 at the Gold Coast Hardcourts, where she lost to Justine Henin in the second round. At the Adidas International, Hantuchová was knocked out in the second round by Meghann Shaughnessy and went on to play at the Australian Open.

Who is Hantuchová’s history at the Australian Open?

Hantuchová reached the quarterfinals of Sydney in 2006 with a win over top-ten player Patty Schnyder and got to the semifinals of Auckland.

When did Hantuchová reach her highest ranking?

Hantuchová reached her highest ranking of world No. 5 in January 2003, after playing the quarterfinals of the Australian Open. She has won seven WTA tournaments, including the Indian Wells Masters for a second time in 2007, with the 2015 Thailand Open being her last victory.

Who are Hantuchová’s parents?

Hantuchová was born in Poprad, Czechoslovakia (now Slovakia) to father Igor, a computer scientist, and mother Marianna, a toxicologist. She was introduced to tennis by her grandmother Helena, a former Slovak national champion.

Who is Anastasia Hantuchová?

Hantuchová was the tenth-seeded player at Wimbledon and did not lose a set in her first two matches. She then defeated Slovenian Katarina Srebotnik in the third round, before losing to world No. 8 Serena Williams in the fourth round.

Who is Carolina Hantuchová?

She led the Aviators to the league’s best regular-season record and was named WTT Female Most Valuable Player. The Aviators lost to the Springfield Lasers in the Western Conference Championship Match. Hantuchová participated in the Bank of the West Classic where she defeated Paula Ormaechea in round one and lost to Garbiñe Muguruza in the second.