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УТА Москва 10/19 09:35 25 [20] Анет Контавейт v Катерина Синакова [50] 6-3,6-3
УТА Москва 10/19 09:00 25 Анжелика Кербер v Катерина Синакова View
УТА Индиан Уелс 10/10 01:00 24 [15] Анжелика Кербер v Катерина Синакова [53] 6-1,6-7,7-5
УТА Индиан Уелс 10/07 22:00 23 Катерина Синакова v Ким Клайстерс 6-1,2-6,6-2
УТА Острава 09/21 15:35 25 [61] Тереза Мартинцова v Катерина Синакова [50] 5-7,6-4,7-6
ЮЕс Оупън - Жени 09/02 16:00 24 [53] Катерина Синакова v Мария Сакари [18] 4-6,2-6
ЮЕс Оупън - Жени 08/31 15:00 23 [65] Анастасия Севастова v Катерина Синакова [53] 6-7,3-6
УТА Кливланд 08/26 22:00 27 [53] Катерина Синакова v Анет Контавейт [30] 3-6,7-5,2-6
УТА Кливланд 08/25 15:30 26 [53] Катерина Синакова v Наги Ханатани [402] 6-0,6-0
УТА Кливланд 08/23 23:50 25 [42] Шелби Рoджърс v Катерина Синакова [53] 5-7,1-6
УТА Синсинати 08/14 20:00 14 Катерина Синакова v Лорън Дейвис CANC
УТА Монреал 08/12 16:00 26 [48] Сара Сорибес Тормо v Катерина Синакова [55] 6-7,6-0,6-3

Wikipedia - Kateřina Siniaková

Kateřina Siniaková (born 10 May 1996) is a Czech professional tennis player who is a former world No. 1 in doubles.

She is a three-time Grand Slam champion, having won the 2018 French Open, 2018 Wimbledon Championships and 2021 French Open in women's doubles, alongside compatriot Barbora Krejčíková. Siniaková also finished runner-up in doubles at the 2017 US Open with Lucie Hradecká, and at the 2021 Australian Open and 2018 WTA Finals with Krejčíková. In singles, her best Grand Slam result was at the 2019 French Open, where she upset world No. 1 Naomi Osaka en route to the fourth round. She has also reached the third round at a further five Grand Slam events.

Siniaková became world No. 1 in doubles on 22 October 2018 and held the top ranking for the next 33 weeks. She has won 11 doubles titles on the WTA Tour, including 2 at WTA 1000 level. Siniaková reached her career-high singles ranking of world No. 31 in October 2018, and has won 2 WTA titles in singles, at the Shenzhen Open and Swedish Open in 2017. She was part of the Czech team which won the 2018 Fed Cup, and won an Olympic gold medal in women's doubles alongside Krejčíková at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.