6th May 1989 born former Slovak professional tennis player Dominika Cibulková is best recognized for her quick and aggressive style of play, she earned eight WTA singles titles and two on the ITF Women’s Circuit. Dominika was introduced to tennis at the age of eight in Piestany. She was at the age of eleven when her family shifted to Bratislava. She lists hard and clay as her favorite surfaces. One of the most notable accomplishments of her career as a final appearance at the 2014 Australian Open when she became the first female Slovak to reach the championship round of a Grand Slam. She also gained the WTA Finals in 2016, becoming the fourth player to win the tournament on debut.
In the year 2019, she stopped her career. Coincidentally, her final match of the year was at the French Open in doubles, partnered with Lucie Safarova. The pair lost in the first round to Andrea Petkovic and Sofia Kenin. Šafářová also resigned after this tournament, meaning that both retired players’ last match was with each other.
On 9th July 2016, Dominika wedded her fiancé Michal Navara. In December 2019, not long after declaring her retirement, she announced that she was expecting her first child.