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Name: Daniela Hantuchová

Height: 5'11"

Birth Date: April 23, 1983

Birth Place: Poprad, Slovakia

Occupation: Athlete/ Tennis Player
Daniela Hantuchova
Daniela Hantuchová (born April 23, 1983 in Poprad, Slovakia) is a Slovak professional tennis player. The Englishman Nigel Sears has twice been her coach. She is currently working with Angel Giminez, one of the coaches who works under the Sanchez-Casal Academy. Her WTA Tour mentor in the Partners for Success program was Martina Navratilova, who was her doubles partner for a brief period in early 2005. As of 2 October 2006 she is ranked #19 in the world in singles and #10 in the world in doubles.

Hantuchová has won one WTA singles tournament in her career, in 2002 at the Tier I Pacific Life Open in Indian Wells defeating Martina Hingis 6-3 6-4 in the final. She has reached three other finals (Filderstadt 2002, Eastbourne 2004 and Los Angeles 2005) but has yet to win a second title. Her best Grand Slam singles achievements were playing in the quarter finals in 2002 at Wimbledon and at the US Open, and in 2003 at the Australian Open.

She made her breakthrough in 2002 beating the then world #1 Martina Hingis in straight sets in the final at Indian Wells. This win catapulted her onto the world stage, with Ace Tennis Magazine even touting her as being the next contender for the Williams sisters' throne. In the same year, she reached the quarter finals of Wimbledon and the US Open. She also reached the quarter finals at the following year's Australian Open. And even though Hantuchová was unable to add another singles title to the one at Indian Wells, consistent performances enabled her to reach a career high of #5 in the world (she was the first ever Slovak woman to reach this level).

In 2003, at Wimbledon, however, Hantuchová suffered the most public of breakdowns during her match with Shinobu Asagoe in the 2nd Round. She lost the match 10-12 in the final set and was seen crying between points as early as the 14th game. She continued to cry after the match, and suffered a sudden dip in her form in subsequent matches. She also suffered significant weight loss during 2003 and into 2004. Her breakdown at Wimbledon was widely believed to be due to not being able to deal with such high hopes at such a young age.

In 2004 Hantuchová showed a rise in her fortunes when she reached the final at Eastbourne. This was to be a turning point in her career, as she pulled herself out of the low 60s in her ranking, finishing the year inside the top 30, despite a setback right at the end of the year when she was surprisingly defeated in Quebec by unknown Canadian Melanie Gloria, a player ranked outside the top 1,000. In 2005 she had her best year since her breakthrough in 2002, getting to the final of Los Angeles and also reaching 3 semifinals and 6 quarterfinals on the WTA tour. She finished the year inside the top 20.

In 2006, what promised to be a good year started well with Hantuchová reaching the quarter finals of Sydney with a win over top 10 player Patty Schynder and the semifinals of Auckland, as well as shocking the tennis world at the Australian Open with her 6-1, 7-6 (5) victory over defending champion and seven-time Grand Slam tournament champion Serena Williams, before losing 4th-seeded Maria Sharapova in straight sets. Since then, she has been unable to find a consistent level of form, not winning back-to-back matches at tour level, though she reached the fourth round at the French Open and Wimbledon. However, her fourth-round streak ended when she was beaten by a resurgent Serena Williams at the second round of the US Open. She reached the quarter finals of Stuttgart with a easy victory over top 10 player, Dinara Safina on the way. She returned to Fed Cup duty the same year, in July 2006 leading the Slovakia to a 5-0 whitewash of Thailand.

Her biggest successes have so far come in mixed doubles. In this event, she won the 2001 Wimbledon with Leoš Friedl, the 2002 Australian Open with Kevin Ullyett, the 2005 Roland Garros with Fabrice Santoro, and 2005 US Open with Mahesh Bhupathi. She was runner-up in the 2002 Wimbledon with Ullyett, and reached the semi-finals at the French Open in 2004 with Todd Woodbridge. At the 2005 US Open she completed a career mixed doubles Grand Slam with Mahesh Bhupathi when they beat Katarina Srebotnik & Nenad Zimonjic in the final in straight sets 6-4, 6-2. This makes her only the 4th women in tennis history (behing Court, King and Navratilova) to complete a career Gland Slam in mixed doubles. In Perth, Western Australia also in 2005, Hantuchová won the Hopman Cup with Dominik Hrbatý.

Hantuchová's other achievements include winning eight doubles titles (as of May 21 2006). Hantuchová currently plays doubles with Ai Sugiyama, with some fans affectionately referring to the team as 'Hantuyama'. They have won 3 titles together in Rome, Doha, and Birmingham as well as reaching the final at Roland Garros in 2006. 'Hantuyama' won 'Fans favorite doubles team 2005' at the Stars for Stars in Miami.

Hantuchová had won over US$3,400,000 in prize money by the end of 2005.
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