Synonyms for lenka_wienerová or Related words with lenka_wienerová

chantal_škamlová              michaela_hončová              mihaela_buzărnescu              petra_krejsová              dia_evtimova              isabella_shinikova              justyna_jegiołka              yuliya_kalabina              kateřina_vaňková              justine_ozga              cristina_dinu              elena_bogdan              katarzyna_kawa              anna_zaja              réka_luca_jani              sofia_shapatava              martina_borecká              sofia_kvatsabaia              melanie_klaffner              elizaveta_ianchuk              martina_kubičíková              lenka_juríková              marina_melnikova              marina_shamayko              elitsa_kostova              christina_shakovets              polina_leykina              dea_herdželaš              katarzyna_piter              eugeniya_pashkova              xenia_knoll              pemra_özgen              julia_wachaczyk              kateřina_kramperová              valentyna_ivakhnenko              zuzana_luknárová              michaela_pochabová              barbara_sobaszkiewicz              anastasiya_vasylyeva              veronika_kapshay              olga_brózda              lidziya_marozava              olga_ianchuk              olga_doroshina              ekaterina_yashina              sofiya_kovalets              viktoriya_tomova              anne_schäfer              ilona_kremen              natela_dzalamidze             



Examples of "lenka_wienerová"
Alyona Sotnikova and Lenka Wienerová were the defending champions, but Wienerová chose not to participate.
Janette Husárová / Renata Voráčová def. Jana Čepelová / Lenka Wienerová, 7–6, 6–1
Valeria Solovieva and Lenka Wienerová were the defending champions, but Wienerová chose not to participate.
Lenka Wienerová (born 23 April 1988 in Košice) is a Slovak tennis player.
Janette Husárová and Renata Voráčová won the tournament by defeating Jana Čepelová and Lenka Wienerová in the final, 7–6, 6–1.
Renata Voráčová and Lenka Wienerová were the defending champions, having won the event in 2012, but both players decided not to participate that year.
Renata Voráčová and Lenka Wienerová won the title, defeating Paula Kania and Irina Khromacheva in the final, 2–6, 6–3, [10–6].
Kontaveit was awarded a wildcard for the qualifying draw of her first WTA tournament, the e-Boks Danish Open in Copenhagen. In the first round of qualifying, she defeated Lenka Wienerová of Slovakia to advance to the second qualifying round. Here she overcame fellow teenager Kristina Mladenovic, but was knocked out of the tournament in the final round of qualifying by Annika Beck.
Paszek lost in early rounds of Marbella, Barcelona and Fes, and didn't enter the 2010 French Open. Instead, Paszek played the $25,000 ITF tournament in Izmir. She won that tournament, beating Çağla Büyükakçay. Her next tournament was ITF Budapest. She qualified, defeating Vanda Lukács and Jana Čepelová, and reached the second round, losing to Lenka Wienerová.
In January, Puig won the Loy Yang Traralgon International defeating Yulia Putintseva of Russia. Puig was also in the juniors event of the Australian Open. She qualified for the final but lost to Belgian An-Sophie Mestach. On February 20, 2011 Puig won the singles title in Surprise, Arizona, (ITF) defeating Slovak Lenka Wienerová in straight sets.
In 2011, Stefanie failed to qualify for the main draw of the Grand Slams. She lost in the first round of qualifiers of the Australian Open to Lesia Tsurenko. At Roland Garros, she defeated María Irigoyen and Misaki Doi, before losing to Heather Watson. She lost in the first round of Wimbledon qualifiers to Carla Suárez Navarro. At the US Open, she defeated Lenka Wienerová, before losing to Aleksandra Wozniak.
In 2009, Stephens began the year playing several ITF tournaments with moderate success. She received another qualifying wildcard into the Sony Ericsson Open, losing in the first round to Akgul Amanmuradova. In the summer, Stephens received another qualifying wildcard into a WTA tournament: the LA Women's Tennis Championships. There, Stephens won her first WTA match against Lenka Wienerová, but fell in the second round of qualifying to Anastasia Rodionova.
Olivia played Fed Cup for the first time taking on Germany in Germany in the World Group Playoffs. The team also included Samantha Stosur, Jarmila Gajdošová and Casey Dellacqua. Rogowska played in the second of the reverse singles but although pushing world number 14 Angelique Kerber she eventually lost 6–3 6–3. She then had a few disappointing results in ITF tournaments in the USA on red clay. Olivia played her final French open warm up tournament at the premier level tournament the 2012 Brussels Open. Olivia won her first qualifying match over Maryna Zanevska 6–4 2–6 7–5 but lost her second round to Lenka Wienerová 6–4 5–7 6–4. Olivia then had a bad patch with a first round qualifying defeat at the 2012 French Open then two disappointing results on grass. Then Olivia lost in the second round of Wimbledon qualifying. She had some encouraging results in the American Hard court season which finished with a first round loss at the 2012 US Open to Mandy Minella 6–2 3–6 6–3.