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Karolína Plíšková is on a roll indeed. In the latest news, the Czech tennis player knocked Venus Williams out of the U.S open, to advance to her first-ever quarterfinal. Tennis fans are eager to know more about the talented player and are searching for terms like, “Karolína Plíšková wiki,” “Karolína Plíšková age,” “Karolína Plíšková height,” “Karolína Plíšková Tattoos,” and “Karolína Plíšková bikini pics.” So don’t go anywhere else, because we’ll tell you everything you need to know about the tennis star right here.

Karolína Plíšková Wiki

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Karolína Plíšková was born on March 21, 1992, to Radek Plíšek and Martina Plíšková, in Louny, Czech Republic. The 24-year-old tennis sensation has an identical twin sister named Kristýna, who plays tennis as well. In 2010, Kristýna won the junior Wimbledon. If you’re wondering about Plíšková’s coach, it is none other than the former Czech tennis star, Jiří Vaněk. On the court, the 6’1” tennis star is well-known for her tattoos: two Maori-style tattoos on the outer side of her right thigh. She also has a tribal tattoo on her left arm, just above her elbow, inspired by the indigenous Polynesian tribe of New Zealand.

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Tennis Career

In 2012 Plíšková qualified for her first ever senior Grand Slam tournament main draw, at the French Open. Unfortunately, she lost to the world no. 8, Marion Bartoli. The next year, Plíšková secured her first WTA title at the 2013 Malaysian Open and. In October the same year, Plíšková and her sister Kristýna won their maiden WTA title in doubles at the Linz Open in Austria, and went down in history as the first ever set of twins to win doubles titles.

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The next two years proved to extremely crucial in Plíšková’s success story. In 2014, she advanced to her second WTA final in Pattaya. Consequently, she progressed to the third round of the Indian Wells Masters, the Monterrey Open quarterfinals, as well as the semi-finals in Malaysia. Plíšková also reached her third career final in Nuremberg, Germany. Finally, she won her second career title in Seoul, and third in Linz to break into the top-50 tennis rankings. Plíšková ended the year on a positive note, ranking at world number 24. In just a span of one year, Plíšková advanced from world number 67 to 24, winning two finals and reaching five in what many considered a remarkable feat.

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The year 2015 brought more fame and success to Plíšková, ensuring that every tennis fan knew her name. She reached her maiden WTA Premier-level final at the 2015 Apia International Sydney, and moved up into the world top-20 rankings. In the course of the year, Plíšková reached many finals such as the 2015 Dubai Duty-Free Championships, and semi-finals like the Diamond Game Antwerp.

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While claiming her fourth WTA title in Prague, she also suffered many losses in the first and second round in tournaments, like the Indian Wells, Madrid Open, French Open, Aegon Classic, Stanford Classic and at Wimbledon. Plíšková was beaten by Venus Williams in the WTA Elite Trophy finals, but ended the year on a high note. She was ranked no. 11 in singles, and was christened the 13th most popular player of the year according to the WTA website. The same year, Plíšková won her first Fed Cup title.

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Continuing her winning streak, Plíšková won her first WTA Premier tournament at the Western and Southern Open, but pulled out of the Olympics. Most recently at the U.S Open, Plíšková defeated Venus Williams and made it to her first ever major quarterfinal. After winning the match, Plíšková smilingly said, “I put everything in there; I’m happy that I won it. I’m going to enjoy this moment and prepare for the next match.” Considered to be one of the best games of the year, both the players received a standing ovation at the end of the game.

Here’s wishing Plíšková all the very best in her next match against Croatian teen, Ana Konjuh.

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