About Nicole Vaidisova Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Nicole Vaidisova is a former Czech tennis player. She was born in Nuremberg, Germany. Vaidisova started as early as six years old when she first had interest in tennis. Vaidisova turned professional in 2003. Vaidsova’s first full professional year was on 2004, where she finished that year as a top 100 player. At the Tashkent Open, Vaidisova took home her second title of the year after she defeated Virginie Razzano. During Japan Open Tennis Championship, Vaidisova reached the quarter finals. And at the U. S. Open, Vaidisova made her Grand Slam debut only losing to defending champion Justine Henin.
In January 2005, Vaidisova reached her first quarter finals in Hobart. She took her first Grand Slam singles victory in her Australian Open debut, only falling to Lindsay Davenport. In April, Vaidisova reached her first career Tier I quarterfinal at the Family Circle Cup. She positioned her first top ten victories against Anastasia Myskina only losing to Patty Schnyder in the quarterfinals. In May, Vaidisova reached her first Tier III final in Istanbul, losing to Venus Williams in the championship match. She then made her French Open debut where she fell to Francesca Schiavone in the second round. In May 2006, Vaidisova took her sixth WTA title at the Tier III event in Strasbourg. And in June, she made a semifinal run at the French Open, her finest Grand Slam performance to date.
Vaidisova started 2010 by playing in the ITF Women's Circuits. She was then given a main draw wildcard to the Regions Morgan Keegan Championships and the Cellular South Cup, where she defeat Laura Granville in the first round after which she lose to Kaia Kanepi in the second. Nicole Vaidisova then retired in the first quarter of 2010.
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