Karolina and Kristyna Pliskova. Gefällt Mal · 7 Personen sprechen darüber. OFFICIAL FACEBOOK PAGE of Czech WTA tennis players Karolina and. Shenzhen Open. China. 1. Runde. Kristyna Plíšková. Kr. Plíšková. 2. 6. 6. Tschechien. Rumänien. I. Begu. Irina Begu. 0. 3. 3. Achtelfinale. Kristyna Pliskova. Land, Tschechien. Alter, 28 Jahre / cm / 73 kg. Vorhand, Linkshänder (beidhändig). Profi seit, Geburtsort/Wohnsitz, Louny.
Kristýna PlíškováPliskova, Kristyna. Rangliste Einzel / Doppel: 1, Punkte. 1, Punkte. Land: Tschechische Republik. Geburtsdatum: (28). Höchster. TennisKristýna PlíškováProfil. Kristýna Plíšková. geboren, in: Louny Tschechien. Nationalität. Tschechien. Größe, cm. Gewicht, 73 kg. Kristyna Pliskova (Tschechien) - WTA Platz 69 - alle Spielstatistiken, Weltranglisten-Platzierung und persönlichen Informationen aus dem Jahr - Tennis.
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She defeated all three of her opponents to qualify for her first career senior Grand Slam. However, in round two, she lost to 24th seed Francesca Schiavone in straight sets.
She then qualified for the US Open where she upset 18th seed Julia Görges in the first round; but again, failed to make it past the second round, losing to Luxembourg's Mandy Minella.
She lost in the final round of qualifying to Australian wildcard Bojana Bobusic. She was defeated in her quarterfinal match by eventual finalist Estrella Cabeza Candela.
She lost in the final round of qualifying to Caroline Garcia. She upset Svetlana Kuznetsova in Wimbledon to reach the third round of a grand slam for the first time in her career.
Pliskova started the season at Shenzhen where she lost to Johanna Konta in three sets in the quarterfinals.
In the Australian Open, she went on to lose to world No. She went on to defeat Roberta Vinci in the first round of Dubai Tennis Championships before losing to Lauren Davis in the second round in three sets.
She lost her opener at the Miami Open to Mandy Minella also in three sets. She then proceeded to reach the final of an ITF 80K event back home in Prague, but then cut her finger on an electric fan at the Jiangxi International Women's Tennis Open , which resulted in her having to withdraw from her next two events.
She returned to action in the Connecticut Open , losing to eventual champion Daria Gavrilova. Current through the Prague Open.
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Career statistics . Legend Tour Championships 0—0. Oct Nao Hibino. May Mona Barthel. Jul Palermo International , Italy. Kristina Mladenovic Katarzyna Piter.
Linz Open , Austria. Gabriela Dabrowski Alicja Rosolska. Gastein Ladies , Austria. Sep Hong Kong Open , China. Patricia Mayr-Achleitner Arina Rodionova.
Jaqueline Cristian Elena-Gabriela Ruse. Aug Prague Open , Czech Republic. Mandy Minella. Mariana Duque. Monica Niculescu. Duan Ying-Ying.
Angelique Kerber. Serena Williams. Kiki Bertens. Zhang Shuai. Lauren Davis. Kaja Juvan. Elise Mertens. Heather Watson.
Bratchikova A. Cara Black Sania Mirza. Niculescu Olga Savchuk. Makarova Elena Vesnina. Chan Yung-jan Martina Hingis. Kichenok An. Krawczyk Jessica Pegula.
Peschke Srebotnik. Black Mirza. Wesley Chapel. Bethanie Mattek Coco Vandeweghe. Grand Chelem. Jeux olympiques.