Synonyms for sandra_martinović or Related words with sandra_martinović

karolina_kosińska              teodora_mirčić              kateřina_vaňková              réka_luca_jani              magdalena_kiszczyńska              veronika_kapshay              michaela_pochabová              xenia_knoll              mihaela_buzărnescu              sandra_klemenschits              anastasiya_vasylyeva              christina_shakovets              justine_ozga              marina_shamayko              lenka_tvarošková              barbara_sobaszkiewicz              evelyn_mayr              gabriela_chmelinová              elena_chalova              sofia_shapatava              anna_zaja              irina_buryachok              olga_brózda              mervana_jugić_salkić              nicole_clerico              tereza_hladíková              ilona_kremen              carmen_klaschka              iveta_gerlová_lucie_kriegsmannová              laura_ioana_andrei              lucie_kriegsmannová              olena_antypina              lidziya_marozava              pemra_özgen              nikola_fraňková              diana_enache              diana_buzean              adrijana_lekaj              melanie_klaffner              anastasiya_komardina              martina_kubičíková              isabella_shinikova              lenka_wienerová              lenka_juríková              sofia_kvatsabaia              justyna_jegiołka              elena_bogdan              anna_korzeniak              julia_mayr              martina_borecká             



Examples of "sandra_martinović"
Sandra Martinović (born 4 October 1979 in Brčko) is a former Bosnian tennis player. Her best WTA ranking is no. 187 on 28 July 2008 and her best double ranking no. 199 on 28 April 2008
Baltacha began her 2010 season by winning three matches to qualify for the ASB Classic in Auckland, New Zealand. In the first round of the main draw she was beaten by Ioana Raluca Olaru in straight sets. She then went on to win another three matches to qualify for the Moorilla Hobart International before again losing in the first round, this time to resurgent former world number 4, Jelena Dokić. Her next tournament was the first Grand Slam of the year, the Australian Open. For the first time in her career she was able to gain direct entry into the main draw of the tournament due to her improved ranking. She defeated Frenchwoman Pauline Parmentier in the first round. As Baltacha's compatriot, Katie O'Brien, also reached the second round, 2010 marked the first time since 1991 that more than one British woman had reached the second round of the Australian Open. In round two Elena defeated the 30th seed from Ukraine, Kateryna Bondarenko, but she was beaten in the round of 32 by Dinara Safina, the World Number Two. In the doubles tournament she partnered Līga Dekmeijere to reach the second round. In February, Baltacha participated in the Fed Cup where the British team was competing in the Europe/Africa Zone. She played two singles matches, losing against Sybille Bammer and defeating Sandra Martinović from the Austria team and the Bosnia and Herzegovina team respectively. She also partnered Sarah Borwell in two doubles matches, winning both.
Oprandi's first event of 2009 was an ITF event in Belfort, France, where she qualified for the main draw and reached the quarterfinals, where she lost to second-seeded Russian Vesna Manasieva in straight sets, 2–6, 6–7(6). She then played in her first WTA tour event in over 18 months in Bogotá, Colombia where she narrowly lost to fifth-seeded Czech Klára Zakopalová in the first round, 6–3, 6–7(7), 6–7(5). Teaming up with Colombian Catalina Castaño, she reached the quarterfinals of the doubles tournament in Bogotá, losing to the second-seeded team of Gisela Dulko and Flavia Pennetta. She then went back to the ITF circuit in Germany, where she reached the second round in Biberach, losing to Belgian Kirsten Flipkens, but reached the final in Buchen, before losing to German Korina Perkovic in straight sets, 3–6, 6–7(0). She did, however, win the doubles title at Buchen as one half of the top-seeded team at the event, partnering Sandra Martinović. They won all three of their doubles matches in tie-breaks.