Daniela Hantuchova is a Slovak tennis player who was born in Poprad, Czechoslovakia, 23 April 1983. She, who resides in Montecarlo, is very hot as you can check in the photogallery below.
During her career she has won all seven WTA titles in singles, going even to the position 5 in the world rankings in January 2003 and accumulating, during the years, higher prize money to $ 10,000,000. In Grand Slam tournaments she boasts as best result the semifinals at the Australian Open 2008. Excellent doubles player, has won all nine tournaments in doubles and all the Grand Slam tournaments in mixed doubles, thus completing the career Grand Slam (first Slovak ever to succeed).
Her biggest weapon is her height: the athletic Slovakian, infact, stands at an imposing 5′ 11″ in height. She turned pro when she was just 15-years-old back in 1999 and she won in her career 10 doubles championships in which she captured a victory in each of the Grand Slams that will forever be her hallmark. She has coached by Eduardo Nicolas. The father, Igor, is a computer technician, the mother, Marianna, is a toxicologist, the older brother, Igor, is an architect in Bratislava. Her preferred surface is grass and her favorite tournament is Wimbledon. She has coached in the Bollettieri Academy between 16 and 18 years. Since December 2014 Hantuchová has been coached by Carlos Rodríguez. Her WTA Tour mentor in the “Partners for Success” program was Martina Navratilova, who was her doubles partner for a brief period in early 2005.