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Hana Mandlikova


Hana’s history at Wimbledon through 5 crucial matches
Hana beats Chris Evert and reaches final
Hana loses a close match to eventual winner, Evonne Goolagong
Hana loses to Chris Evert-Lloyd in fourth consecutive Slam final


Hana Mandlikova, pure tennis talent? 
They are the ones who speak best about it:

4 Grand Slam victories from 8 finals played, 26 WTA Tour victories, 3 Federation Cups and a world No. 3 ranking are the factual summaries of Hana Mandlikova’s career.

Beyond the facts and figures, Hana Mandlikova’s greatest victory is to have made a success of her life and to be happy:


As you get older, tennis matches are not as important as life, or kids, or family — things like that. I think the most important thing, when you stop playing tennis… is to enjoy your life and to be happy.”

Hana Mandlikova

WTA Legends, May 2020


Relive every tournament Hana played, AS IF YOU WERE THERE!

What’s up?

July 1, 2024 updates

from July 1st : retrospective for some Hana’s runs at Wimbledon

1984 Wimbledon: Hana lost to Chris Evert through a bad buzz

1985 Wimbledon, an exhausted Hana upset by Liz Smylie

1979 Wimbledon : Hana’s first Main Draw appearance

Check Hana’s Youtube Channel, which is now over 400,000 views. More than 90 videos of matches, highlights, portraits, latest one : 1986 Wimbledon quarterfinal vs Lori McNeil

2022 VIDEO INTERVIEW  One hour video for Tennis Hall of Fame, filmed in Delray Beach.  Hana  reflects on her versatile playing style, career highlights, Federation Cup 1986 with Navratilova’s come back in Prag and joy of motherhood.

From The All England Club
Hana’s journey at Wimbledon