- Born21 January 1983
- Birth PlaceSydney, New South Wales
- LivesBradenton, Florida
- Height170 cm
“Right now, I’m just really enjoying playing these Pro Tour events. I need to do well and try to get my ranking down for the Australian Open.”
— Monique Adamczak, 25 Oct 2014
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- started playing tennis aged nine, reaching the quarter-final of the Wimbledon Girls’ Singles in 1999
- won her maiden ITF Futures Pro Circuit title in India in 2000, defeating hometown favourite Manisha Malhotra 6-2 2-6 6-3 in the final
- secured three ITF Futures Pro Circuit titles in 2003, two on home soil in Warrnambool and Yarrawonga
- made her WTA main draw debut in Canberra in 2004
- made her Grand Slam debut at the 2007 Australian Open, winning her first WTA match and subsequently breaking into the world’s top 200
- won ITF Futures titles in Santos, Brazil and Kharkiv in 2009, as well as qualifying for the main draw of the US Open
- enjoying a solid season in 2012, reaching ITF finals in Fukuoka, Kurume and Kalgoorlie
- favourite surface is grass
- enjoys snowboarding in her spare time
Year-end singles ranking history
2010 Irapuato ITF
2009 Santos ITF, Kharkiv ITF
2008 Rockhampton ITF
2003 Warrnambool ITF, Yarrawonga ITF, Finland ITF
2000 Jalpur ITF
2012 Fukuoka ITF, Kurume ITF, Makinohara ITF, Hamamatsu ITF
2011 Kurume ITF
2007 Nuriootpa ITF
2006 Canberra ITF, Tenerife ITF, Valladolid ITF
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With a new-look team and more players vying for selection, Australia coach Nicole Pratt is filled with optimism ahead of April’s Fed Cup semifinal against Belarus.
Sam Stosur combined with Shuai Zhang to win the WTA Hong Kong Open doubles final on Sunday - her first tandem title in five years.