Synonyms for justyna_jegiołka or Related words with justyna_jegiołka

michaela_hončová              anna_zaja              olga_ianchuk              mihaela_buzărnescu              melanie_klaffner              sviatlana_pirazhenka              polina_leykina              réka_luca_jani              natela_dzalamidze              petra_krejsová              martina_borecká              anastasiya_vasylyeva              barbora_štefková              kateřina_vaňková              elizaveta_ianchuk              xenia_knoll              sofiya_kovalets              chantal_škamlová              kateřina_kramperová              veronika_kapshay              alyona_sotnikova              lenka_wienerová              laura_schaeder              julia_wachaczyk              dea_herdželaš              ilona_kremen              anastasia_grymalska              pemra_özgen              ágnes_bukta              angelica_moratelli              eugeniya_pashkova              olga_doroshina              martina_kubičíková              justine_ozga              eva_wacanno              gioia_barbieri              lidziya_marozava              camilla_rosatello              valeriya_strakhova              francesca_palmigiano              christina_shakovets              katarzyna_kawa              sofia_kvatsabaia              diāna_marcinkēviča              nastja_kolar              maria_marfutina              bernarda_pera              isabella_shinikova              marina_melnikova              ekaterina_yashina             



Examples of "justyna_jegiołka"
Justyna Jegiołka (born 17 September 1991 in Opole) is a Polish tennis player.
Mihaela Buzărnescu and Justyna Jegiołka were the defending champions, but Jegiołka decided not to participate this year.
Mihaela Buzărnescu and Justyna Jegiołka won the title, defeating Sharon Fichman and Maria Sanchez 7–6, 4–6, [10–7] in the final.
Séverine Beltrame and Julie Coin won the title defeating Justyna Jegiołka and Diāna Marcinkēviča in the final 7–5, 6–4.
Cristina Dinu and Lina Gjorcheska won the inaugural event, defeating Justyna Jegiołka and Guadalupe Pérez Rojas in the final, 4–6, 6–1, [10–4].
Zheng was the second seed at a $25,000 event in Nanning, but lost in three sets to No. 422 Tang Haochen. The next week, at a $50,000 event in Anning, Zheng was the #4 seed. She won her first round match when her opponent Justyna Jegiołka retired after just one game. Zheng won her next two matches in straight sets to reach the semifinals, where she defeated Monique Adamczak in three sets. In the final, Zheng stunned top seed Jovana Jakšić who had reached the final of the WTA International event in Monterrey earlier in the year. This was the equal-biggest title of Zheng's career, and it pushed her to a career-high ranking of No. 127.