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Henrieta Nagyova (SVK) (15)

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Henrieta Nagyova (nag-yova) - (SVK) Residence: Nove Zamky, Slovakia Birthdate: December 15, 1978 Birthplace: Nove Zamky, Slovakia Height: 5' 9 3/4" (1.77 m) Weight: 132 lbs. (60 kg) Plays: Right-handed (two-handed backhand) Status: Pro (January 1, 1994) Sanex WTA TOUR singles titles: 8 Sanex WTA TOUR doubles titles: 2 Grand Slam titles: 0 ITF Women's Circuit singles titles: 7 2001 HIGHLIGHTS - SINGLES QUARTERFINALIST: Doha 2001 HIGHLIGHTS - DOUBLES SEMIFINALIST: Doha (w/Rittner) GRAND SLAM (SINGLES) AND CHASE CHAMPIONSHIPS (S/D) HISTORY 01 00 99 98 97 96 95 94 AUSTRALIAN 1r 1r 2r 4r 3r -- -- -- ROLAND GARROS -- 1r 1r 4r 1r 2r -- -- WIMBLEDON -- 1r 1r 2r 1r 1r -- -- UNITED STATES -- 2r 3r 3r 2r 2r -- -- CHASE CHAMPS (S) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- CHASE CHAMPS (D) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- CAREER HIGHLIGHTS - SINGLES WINNER (8 Sanex WTA TOUR): 2000 - Warsaw, Palermo, Kuala Lumpur; 1999 - Prostejov; 1998 - Sopot, Istanbul; 1997 - Pattaya, ITF/Bratislava-SVK; 1996 - Warsaw, ITF/Cali-COL, ITF/Bratislava-SVK; 1995 - ITF/Bordeaux-FRA, ITF/Athens-GRE [Aug.]; 1994 - ITF/Olsztyn-POL, ITF/Porec-CRO FINALIST (2): 1997 - Warsaw, Maria Lankowitz SEMIFINALIST (7): 2000 - Pattaya; 1999 - Portschach; 1998 - Prague, Warsaw; 1997 - Budapest; 1996 - Cardiff, Pattaya CAREER HIGHLIGHTS - DOUBLES WINNER (2): 1997 - Bol (w/Montalvo), Kuala Lumpur (w/Plischke) SEMIFINALIST (8): 2001 - Doha (w/Rittner); 2000 - Warsaw (w/Grzybowska), Bratislava (w/Plischke); 1999 - Prostejov (w/Nemeckova), Bratislava (w/Dechy), Leipzig (w/Serna); 1997 - Warsaw (w/Schnyder); 1996 - Bol (w/Kruger) ADDITIONAL: Slovak Fed Cup Team 1995-2000. Slovak Olympic Team 2000. QUICK FACTS * Quarterfinalist at 2001 Doha before retiring with tendinitis in her right thumb and index finger * In Kuala Lumpur, won a singles title as an unseeded player for a third time in 2000, and won the doubles title as well * At 2000 Bratislava in her home country of Slovakia, upset eighth seed Olga Barabanschikova to reach the quarterfinals before falling to countrywoman Karina Habsudova in three sets * After struggling with injuries at the start of 2000, won the title in Warsaw in May with wins over third seed Tathiana Garbin and fifth seed Kristie Boogert, defeating Amanda Hopmans in the final for her sixth Sanex WTA TOUR title * Unseeded, won a second title in 2000, and seventh of her career, at Palermo upsetting seventh seed Rita Grande in the first round and fifth seed Silvia Farina in the semifinals * Has won at least one singles title for five consecutive years 1996-2000 * At 2000 Amelia Island, won first match 6-0, 6-2 but retired due to injury in the second round * Upset seventh seed Sylvia Plischke en route to the semifinals at 2000 Pattaya, but withdrew due to illness * Despite injuring her thigh in the first set of the final, defeated third seed Silvia Farina to win 1999 Postejov, her fifth career singles title; thigh injury caused her to retire during her next match in Hannover * Recorded first win over a Top 10 player by defeating world No. 3 Monica Seles 6-2, 6-4 to reach the quarterfinals at 1999 Indian Wells; upset world No. 12 Nathalie Tauziat in the first round at 1999 New Haven * Upset fifth seed and defending champion Amanda Coetzer to reach the quarterfinals at 1999 Hilton Head, a Tier I event; defeated Coetzer again at the 1999 German Open, another Tier I event * Reached third round of 1999 U.S. Open but defaulted to third seed Venus Williams due to a right wrist injury * Has represented the Slovak Republic well in Fed Cup play: won both her singles matches and the doubles to lead the team over Switzerland and into the 1999 Fed Cup semifinals; won both her matches, wins over Dominque Van Roost and Sabine Appelmans, to lead Slovak Republic over Belgium in 1998 Fed Cup play to qualify for 1999 World Group I * At the 1998 Australian Open, upset 11th seed Brenda Schultz-McCarthy in the second round and advanced to the fourth round of a Grand Slam for the first time; reached the fourth round at a second consecutive Grand Slam at 1998 French Open * Unseeded, upset second seed Barbara Paulus to win first major-tour title at 1996 Warsaw; ranked 61st in the world, rallied for a 3-6, 6-2, 6-1 victory over 16th-ranked Paulus; won her second major-tour singles title at 1997 Pattaya by defeating the world-ranked 19th and 20th players * Won third career WTA TOUR title at 1998 Sopot and reached a then-career high ranking of No. 23; the following week, won a second straight title in Istanbul to extend her winning streak to 12 matches and move up to No. 22 in the world rankings * In junior competition in 1994, won Venezuela, Costa Rica and Roland Garros doubles (w/Martina Hingis) * Sanex WTA TOUR mentor is Andrea Stoltenberg in the Partners for Success program, the mentor division of the tour's Player Development Program * Coached by Tomas Malik PERSONAL Father, Oto Nagy, is an engineer; mother, Viera, is a chemical engineer and sometimes travels with her on tour; older brother, Roman, is an economic engineer and also plays tennis...Likes actors Bruce Willis and Richard Gere...Enjoys watching movies, listening to music and aerobic workouts...An avid fan of NHL hockey...Likes fashion...Self-described as modest and persevering...Favorite places to visit are islands for the sea and the weather. Sanex WTA TOUR RANKING (SEASON-ENDING, SINGLES) 2000-41; 1999-34; 1998-28; 1997-35; 1996-42; 1995-137; 1994-379 HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: No. 22 (July 13-26, 1998; August 10-23, 1998; October 19-25, 1998)

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