Synonyms for kateřina_vaňková or Related words with kateřina_vaňková

anna_zaja              polina_leykina              christina_shakovets              martina_kubičíková              olga_ianchuk              chantal_škamlová              petra_krejsová              réka_luca_jani              sofia_kvatsabaia              sviatlana_pirazhenka              martina_borecká              elizaveta_ianchuk              julia_wachaczyk              nastja_kolar              anastasiya_komardina              ágnes_bukta              isabella_shinikova              mihaela_buzărnescu              lidziya_marozava              laura_schaeder              ilona_kremen              michaela_hončová              dea_herdželaš              lenka_juríková              michaela_pochabová              xenia_knoll              pemra_özgen              adrijana_lekaj              melanie_klaffner              natela_dzalamidze              anastasiya_vasylyeva              sofiya_kovalets              justyna_jegiołka              maria_marfutina              eva_wacanno              veronika_kapshay              anna_klasen              anne_schäfer              diana_buzean              bernarda_pera              julia_grabher              jesika_malečková              cristina_dinu              marina_melnikova              barbara_sobaszkiewicz              teodora_mirčić              olga_doroshina              alyona_sotnikova              cindy_burger              anita_husarić             



Examples of "kateřina_vaňková"
Kateřina Vaňková (born 30 December 1989 in Prague) is a Czech tennis player.
Petra Cetkovská and Renata Voráčová were the defending champions, but Voráčová chose to participate at the 2015 Swedish Open instead. Cetkovská partnered Kateřina Kramperová, but lost in the first round to Cindy Burger and Kateřina Vaňková.
Vondroušová made her WTA tour main draw debut in doubles at the 2015 Sparta Prague Open, partnering Kateřina Vaňková. The pair lost their first round match against Kateryna Bondarenko and Eva Hrdinová. A year later, Vondroušová made her WTA debut in singles at the 2016 J&T Banka Prague Open, where she defeated Océane Dodin before her second round loss to eventual tournament runner-up Samantha Stosur.
As a junior, Kvitová achieved a career high ranking of world no. 27 on 9 July 2007. She also amassed a 35–7 and 20–9 record in the singles and doubles discipline respectively. Kvitová's lone Grand Slam tournament as a junior came at the 2007 Wimbledon Championships. In singles, eighth-seeded Kvitová advanced to the round of 16 after beating Jocelyn Rae and Malena Gordo before losing to eventual semifinalist Katarzyna Piter in straight sets. In doubles, she played alongside fellow Czech Kateřina Vaňková but they fell at the first hurdle to Mariana Duque Mariño and Michelle Larcher de Brito.