Linda (2005) began training with her younger sister Brenda at the Mouratoglou Academy in 2017. In 2019, she made a name for herself, winning the singles and doubles title at Les Petits As, became the first player born in 2005 to compete in a junior Grand Slam in Paris and eliminated the No.2 seed at Junior Wimbledon as the youngest player in the draw. After conquering the junior tennis circuit, winning 5 titles, and becoming No. 10 in the world in 2021 at 14, she quickly proved herself to battle on the WTA tour. In September of 2022, Linda won the Chennai Open and moved into the world’s top 100 for the first time. At Australian Open in 2023, the Czech superstar reached the fourth round making her the youngest player in the second week. Linda is the youngest player in the top 100, with a career-high of No. 51. She has an endless fighting spirit and an ambitious mindset; her future is exceptionally bright.
Ranking (WTA): 52
Country: Czech Republic
Age: 17 (born 1 May 2005)
Height: 172 cm
Plays: Right handed, two-handed backhand
The youngest player in the WTA top 100 rankings