Another week , another gallery here on Tennistastic. How is your week going for you so far? Mine’s just doing fairly well.
First of all the comments. There weren’t a lot of comments for Brooklyn Decker but I am guessing that that’s because you guys and girls were all in awe for her ashtonishing good looks.
Jacob and my boss Manfred have been emailing back and forth and we will soon show you what the outcome of the deal is. But all I can say is that Gisela is a very pretty lady!
This week I got a tennis player who does quite a lot of modeling on the side. Her name is Daniela Hantuchova and she is another one of those lookers.
I took a look around on Askmen.com and what she has achieved so far isn’t bad at all.
Why Is She Famous?
Daniela Hantuchova is a talented, budding young star of the tennis world. She has four doubles titles under her belt and the 2002 Indian Wells Singles Trophy is her mantelpiece. She also helped her native country, Slovakia, win the Fed Cup in 2002.
The good thing about female athletes is that you know for certain their bodies will be tight and toned. Daniela is currently one of the biggest draws on the professional circuit, and not just because of her tennis skills.
It’s not just her looks, either; it’s also the sexy and elegant way she moves. She has been photographed by a number of both men’s magazines and tennis publications, and even in still shots you can sense her magic.
Daniela Hantuchova seems to have been stuck on the verge throughout her entire career to date. While she has one singles title to her credit (won against Maria Hingis at Indian Wells), she has yet to string together consistent wins on the WTA tour.
She’s fared better in ladies doubles, having won the title at Bratislava in 2000. She won again at Luxembourg in 2001, and at New Haven and Amelia Island in 2002. She’s enjoyed even greater success in mixed doubles, taking home the Wimbledon title in 2001 before winning at the Australian Open in 2002. However, the pressures of success at a young age, coupled with her distress over her parent’s divorce, caused her some difficulty after that.
By the end of 2008, she had bounced back, and was ranked No. 33 in the singles.
The tennis sensation Daniela Hantuchova was born on April 23, 1983, in Poprad, Slovakia. Her father Igor was a Computer Science professor at the University of Technology at Bratislava while her mother Marianna was a toxicologist (she would eventually leave this profession to manage her daughter’s career).
Tennis was a sport that everyone in the Hantuchova family played. However, it really was her grandmother Helena, a former Czech national player, who was responsible for introducing Daniela to a racket at the age of 3.
Sensing that Daniela loved the sport and had potential, Helena signed her up at Slavia STU, one of the largest tennis clubs in Bratislava. On indoor hard and clay courts, Daniela studied under Joseph Bulko.
So anyway without further ado: Here are the pics of Daniela Hantuchova!