Synonyms for ágnes_bukta or Related words with ágnes_bukta

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Examples of "ágnes_bukta"
Ágnes Bukta (born 29 October 1993 in Szolnok) is a Hungarian tennis player.
Cindy Burger and Arantxa Rus won the inaugural title, defeating Ágnes Bukta and Jesika Malečková in the final, 6–1, 6–4.
Following the grass-court season, Halep went on to win her third title of the year, at the Budapest Grand Prix, where she defeated Sesil Karatantcheva, Ágnes Bukta, Tímea Babos, and fellow Romanian Alexandra Cadanțu en route to her third final of the year. She defeated Austrian Yvonne Meusburger in three sets to win her third WTA title. In the second round of Cincinnati, Halep beat Marion Bartoli in the second round in what was Bartoli's last match of her career. She then beat Samantha Stosur to reach the quarterfinals, where she once again lost to Serena Williams. She won her fourth WTA title, and first in a Premier level tournament, at the New Haven Open, defeating Petra Kvitová in the final in straight sets, which meant she entered the top-20 for the first time, at No. 19. At the US Open, Halep reached the fourth round of a Grand Slam for the first time in her career, where she ultimately lost to Italian Flavia Pennetta in two sets. She then went on to win her fifth title of the year, and her second at a Premier event, beating Samantha Stosur in the final of the Kremlin Cup. As a result of her highly successful summer, Halep became the only player of the year to win titles on clay, grass, hard, and indoor courts, as well as the second most successful player behind Serena Williams in terms of number of titles won. In November, Halep defeated former world No. 1 Ana Ivanovic to reach the final of the WTA Tournament of Champions, her ninth career final and sixth of the year. She defeated Samantha Stosur in three sets for her sixth WTA title of the season. She finished her breakthrough year ranked No. 11 in the world.