Synonyms for nika_ožegović or Related words with nika_ožegović

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Examples of "nika_ožegović"
After reaching the third round of the girls' tournament of the 2007 Wimbledon Championships, Kvitová tried to qualify for the main draw of the 2007 US Open, but lost in the second round of qualifying to Sandra Klösel. She also lost in the first round of qualifying at the 2008 Australian Open to Nika Ožegović.
Nika Ožegović (born 21 May 1985 in Zagreb) is a former professional tennis player from Croatia. In her career she won eight ITF tournaments, five in singles and three in doubles. Her career high on WTA rankings is No. 131, on 9 July 2007 in singles; and No. 193, on 9 October 2006 in doubles.
At Moscow at the end of March, she entered another $25,000 tournament, and this time reached the semi-finals without dropping a set after her quarter-final opponent World No. 232 Nika Ožegović of Croatia retired at 1–4 down to the Russian teenager. But in the semi-finals she was defeated by another young Russian, World No. 199 Evgeniya Rodina, 4–6 6–7(4).
In the 2005 Australian Open qualifying tournament she won three matches in straight sets to qualify; she beat Els Callens, Jaslyn Hewitt and Teryn Ashley in rounds one, two and three respectively. In the first round of the main draw she beat Katarina Srebotnik who later remarked that the Brit was "on fire" and that "if [Elena] plays like today, she can beat anyone. Some of the shots she was hitting were unbelievable." She continued her winning streak with another three-set victory in round two, this one over Frenchwoman Stéphanie Cohen-Aloro. Unfortunately for Baltacha, she ran out of steam in the third round, losing to number 15 seed, Silvia Farina Elia. She used her momentum from her good performance in the first Grand Slam of the year to carry her to the semifinals of her next tournament, a $25,000 ITF event in Sunderland where she lost to Sofia Arvidsson. She then immediately reached the finals of another $25,000 ITF event (this one in Redbridge) before being beaten by Nika Ožegović. She again played for Great Britain in the Fed Cup. She lost her singles rubber against Ana Timotić from Serbia, won her singles rubber against Karina-Ildor Jacobsgaard and was demolished in her third singles rubber against Katarina Srebotnik in retribution for her first round Australian Open exit. In the Europe/Africa Group I play-off, Baltacha was defeated by Ukrainian, Alona Bondarenko.