Katerina Siniakova

Height / weight 1.74 m /
Born May 10, 1996
Nationality Czech Republic Czech Republic
Playing Style Right Handed

Katerina Siniakova is a Czech tennis player who was born on May 10, 1996 in Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic. Siniakova started playing tennis when she was 5 years old, and is currently coached by her father Dmitri. She also has some work with Helena Sukova, the WTA legend. Siniakova is noted to be an all-court player, although she favors hard courts.

Siniakova speaks English, Czech, and also Russian, which her parents taught her during her childhood. Siniakova started playing her first few ITF Circuit events in 2012, even winning a doubles title during the said year. In 2013, she then played her first WTA main draw but she fell during the first round. Nevertheless, she continued to participate in the ITF Circuit and managed to win some titles during the said year.

It was in 2014 that Siniakova was able to enjoy her first Top 100 season, and finished the season at No. 74. During the year, she showed impressive performances at tournaments both in WTA and in ITF. By 2015, she was able to make her debut at the Top 50, and reached her first WTA finals at Bastad.

At the 2017 Shenzhen Open, she was able to win her first WTA singles title and earned her second WTA title for the year at the Swedish Open. In 2018, she and Barbora Krejcikova became world number 1 players in doubles.

Throughout her career, Siniakova has a career record of 150 losses and 229 victories. She has won 2 WTA titles, and 7 ITF titles, but has not yet won a Grand Slam tournament. Her performance in the Grand Slams is more impressive in doubles as she was able to reach the finals round in the 2017 US Open. The highest rank Siniakova has reached in singles is at No. 31 on October 2018, but she ranks at No. 42 as of May 2019.

Achievements

  • 229–150 (60.4%) career record –singles
  • 2 Women’s Tennis Association career titles - singles
  • 7 International Tennis Federation career titles – singles
  • 164–93 (63.8%) career record - doubles
  • 5 Women’s Tennis Association career titles - doubles
  • 4 International Tennis Federation career titles – doubles

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