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  Anna Sydorska
School: TCU
Year: Senior
Home Town: Lviv
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
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Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 72-44
Doubles Record: 113-47
• ITA Doubles All-American (2007)
• ITA Collegiate All-Star Team (2007)
• All-MWC Singles Team (2006, 2007, 2008)
• All-MWC Doubles Team (2006, 2007, 2008)
• ITA Southwest Region Freshman of the Year (2006)
• MWC Freshman of the Year (2006) Fall 2008 (SENIOR): Finished her fall schedule with a 5-5 singles mark... earned an ITA preseason singles ranking of No. 95 in the nation... claimed victories in five of her final six appearances on the fall ...advanced to the round of 16 at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships... tallied a team-best 10-5 doubles record with partner Macall Harkins... the senior duo was tabbed No. 9 in the ITA preseason rankings... made her fourth doubles appearance at the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships and advanced into the semifinals for the third-straight year... the pairing topped the No. 12 Texas tandem of Vanja Corovic and Marija Milic to advance to the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championship finals, as well as the Indoor semifinals.
2007-08 (JUNIOR): Posted an 18-9 overall singles record and a 15-7 dual mark at the No. 2, 3 and 4 positions... earned All-MWC singles and doubles honors for the third consecutive season... tallied a 7-1 singles mark in league play... defeated two ranked opponents on the season, including No. 22 Taylor Ormond of Baylor... reached as high as No. 67 in the ITA national rankings during the spring season... won eight consecutive matches in dual play... posted an overall doubles record of 24-11 and a dual-match mark of 16-7 at the top two positions... reached as high as No. 11 in the ITA national rankings with partner Macall Harkins... duo defeated seven ranked opponents on the season... TCU tandem earned bid to NCAA Doubles Championships... duo defeated Georgia Tech's Kristi Miller and Whitney McCray in opening round... recorded an overall singles mark of 3-2 in two tournaments during the fall... opened the season with a straight sets win over No. 40 Pavla Mesterova of Loyola Marymount at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships... won two matches over opponents from Rice and Texas at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships... earned a preseason singles ranking of No. 62... notched a 7-3 doubles record with Macall Harkins... duo won two matches including an upset of Georgia Tech's No. 3 tandem of Kristi Miller and Whitney McCray to advance to the semifinals at the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships... won four matches to advance to the championship round at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships... Frog duo went 2-2 against nationally ranked opponents... garnered a preseason doubles ranking of No. 14. 2006-07 (SOPHOMORE): Earned All-MWC honors in singles and doubles... Posted a dual match singles record of 18-9 playing primarily at the top two positions... Recorded a doubles mark of 19-8 in dual play... Earned a bid to the NCAA Division I Individual Championships in doubles with Ana Cetnik... Awarded a No. 4 national seed, automatically qualifying the duo for Doubles All-America status... The tandem posted three victories over teams from Miami, Tennessee and Pepperdine to advance to the semifinals for only the second time in TCU history... Recorded 34 single season doubles victories, tying for second all-time in school history... Began a 10-match winning streak with an upset of No 24 Catherine Newman of Vanderbilt at the National Team Indoors Tournament... Knocked off No. 18 Shadisha Robinson of USF to close out streak... Achieved a No. 3 ranking on Feb. 21 with Cetnik, the highest-ever doubles ranking in TCU history... Earned a season-high singles ranking of No. 54... Named the TCU Female Athlete of the Week on March 25 after teaming up with Cetnik to defeat the No. 2 ranked duo of Borisova and Yuferova of VCU... Advanced to the round of 16 of the Southwest Regional in the fall before facing top-ranked Elze Potgieter of Texas A&M... Took three set win over ranked opponent from Arizona State before entering into the round of 32 at All-American Championship... Went 11-2 in doubles play in the fall with Ana Cetnik... Upset No. 1 team in nation at ITA National Indoor Championships alongside Cetnik in first round... Pair soared into National Indoor championship match with wins over BYU duo and Kentucky, becoming first doubles team in TCU history to advance to finals of National Indoor... Named doubles national champion runners-up after falling, 8-3, in finale of ITA National Indoors to pair from William and Mary... Cetnik/Sydorska duo posted heroic come-from-behind win to advance to quarterfinals of Southwest Regional... Pair won five straight games to take the win from fourth-seeded pair from Baylor and claim Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional doubles title... After Regional win, became only TCU female tennis player to ever win two-straight back-to-back regional doubles championships (won freshman season with Helena Besovic in 2005)... Paired with Cetnik to receive top seed and first round bye of Baylor Invite... Took win over duo from Baylor to advance to semifinals of Gold Draw... Tandem defeated Zuzana Cerna and Lenka Broosova in finals of Baylor Invite to win doubles Gold Draw. 2005-06 (FRESHMAN): Went 18-6 in singles action... Saw most of time in middle of line-up... Posted 12-3 record at No. 3 singles... Began the season ranked at No. 30... Paired with Helena Besovic at No. 1 for 9-4 doubles record... Played one match at No. 1 doubles with Lindsay McBride... Named MWC and ITA Southwest Region Freshman of the Year... Garnered All-MWC singles and doubles team honors... Paired with Andrea Morgado at No. 2 doubles against top-ranked Texas to clinch doubles point for the Frogs and help team advance to Sweet 16 for first time in history. High School/Junior: Played in several professional events as a junior...Ranked as high as 788th in the world in singles, which came in September 2004...Career-high doubles ranking was No. 676 in July 2004...Her most successful tournament was an International Tennis Federation event in Ukraine in July 2004...Sydorska reached the championship match of the clay court tourney and fell 7-5, 6-4 to Zuzana Zemenova, the 2005 NCAA singles champion...Her best doubles run came in June 2005 in Poland...She and partner Galyna Kosyk made a semifinal appearance in the ITF event. Personal: Is enrolled in the TCU College of Arts and Sciences.