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Marketa Vondrousova

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Bio Markéta Vondroušova is a Czech professional tennis player.
On July 1, 2019, she reached her best singles ranking of world No. 14 and is the youngest player in the top 20.
In 2015, Vondroušová won the girls' doubles event at the Australian Open with fellow Czech Miriam Kolodziejová, defeating Katharina Hobgarski and Greet Minnen in the final. In the same year, they won the girls' doubles event at the French Open, where they faced Caroline Dolehide and Katerina Stewart in the final.
After a series of troublesome injuries, Vondroušová's career improved in 2019. She was the finalist at the French Open, where she lost in straight sets to Ashleigh Barty.

She began playing tennis aged four with her father, and by ten years old, she was practising in Prague. She moved to Prague by herself at 15 years old to train.
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.
Vondroušová then played at the Roland Garros junior event, losing in the third round to Olesya Pervushina. Vondroušová did not play for the rest of the year, as she took time out to recover from an elbow injury.
In 2017, On her comeback to the tour, Vondroušova immediately reeled off 20 consecutive wins, resulting in one $15,000 title, one $25,000 title, and two more $25,000 finals. In April, she reached her debut WTA singles final at the Ladies Open Biel/Bienne, coming through qualifying and scoring wins over Annika Beck, Kristýna Plíšková, and top 20 player Barbora Strýcová. In just her second appearance in a WTA main draw, Vondroušová got past Anett Kontaveit in the final to clinch her maiden WTA title. This win propelled her close to a top-100 debut. Vondroušová became the youngest winner of a WTA title since Konjuh's title at the 2015 Nottingham Open.
Next, Vondroušova made her Fed Cup debut in the semifinals against the United States, where she lost to CoCo Vandeweghe in straight sets. In her second match, she earned her first Fed Cup win when she defeated Lauren Davis in straight sets.
After winning an ITF tournament in Trnava, Vondroušová improved her ranking to No. 94 and entered top 100 for the first time. She became the youngest player in the top 100 at the time.
In January, Vondroušová and partner Strýcová reached the women's doubles semifinal of the Australian Open, but were defeated by Sam Stosur and Zhang Shuai. In singles, Vondroušová defeated Evgeniya Rodina in the first round, but lost to Petra Martić in the second round. Vondroušová reached final in Budapest, defeating in her way Georgina Garcia Perez, Anna Blinkova, Irina-Camelia Begu and Anastasia Potapova. In the final, she lost to Alison Van Uytvanck. It was a close match, with Vondroušová holding multiple leads, but ultimately Van Uytvanck was able to close it out.
In March, she played very well at tournaments in Indian Wells and Miami. At Indian Wells, Vondroušová beat Laura Siegemund in the first round and then she won against the previous years runner-up Daria Kasatkina. In following rounds she took on Jelena Ostapenko and the second seed Simona Halep both in three sets on the way to quarterfinals, where she lost to Elina Svitolina. At Miami, she defeated Strýcová, Ostapenko again, Elise Mertens and Tatjana Maria in two sets on the way to quarterfinals, where she lost to another fellow-Czech Karolina Plíšková.
On April, she decided to play Fed Cup Play-off against Canada. She was successful in her both matches against Leylah Fernandez and Rebecca Marino, which helped the Czechs surviving in the world group. Vondroušová played her third WTA final in Istanbul. On the way, she defeated 5th seed Ajla Tomljanovic, former world No. 2 Svetlana Kuznetsova, Lara Arruabarrena and Barbora Strýcová again. In the final she lost to Petra Martić. It was a close match once again for Vondroušová, but she lost in three sets, in spite of winning first set 6–1.
Because of struggling a knee injury, she could not play in Prague and Madrid, nevertheless, she showed a very good performance in Rome. She met Strýcova once again in the first round, where it looked like, Strýcová can conquer Vondroušová for the first time, but Vondroušová won the match in the third set tie-break. In the second round, she shocked the third seed Simona Halep and the match 7–5 in the third. She defeated Kasatkina in the third round, but in quarterfinals lost to eventual finalist Johanna Konta.
At French Open she defeated Wang Yafan, Anastasia Potapova and 28th seed Carla Suarez Navarro in straight sets. In the fourth round, she outlasted Anastasija Sevastova by losing only two games in the match. In quarterfinals, she finally defeated Petra Martić after five previous losses and in semifinals, beat Johanna Konta. She became the first teenager to make the French Open final since Ana Ivanovic in 2007 and the first teenager to reach a Grand Slam final since Caroline Wozniacki competed in the final of the 2009 US Open. In the final, she was defeated in straight sets by Ashleigh Barty.
Her grass-court season was short, losing in the second round of Eastbourne to Mertens and in the first round of Wimbledon to Madison Brengle.
After problems with left wrist, Vondroušová underwent a surgery and was sidelined for the rest of the season.
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