- Diana Srebrovic
- 5' 11"
- Oakville, Ontario (Independent Learning Centre
- Univ. of Virginia)
CAREER NOTES: Career-high ITA singles ranking: No. 1 (January 10, 2006)... Career-high ITA doubles ranking: 8 (2005-06 Preseason with Jennifer Magley) … 2005 ITA National Indoor Singles champion … 2006 Southeastern Conference Tournament Most Valuable Performer after winning all three singles matches and two doubles matches during UF’s title run ... 2006 & 2007 Singles All-American ... 2006 and 2007 First Team All-SEC (unanimous selection in ‘06) … eighth different Gator since the 1988 season to earn the No. 1 singles national ranking … with Lolita Frangulyan in 2006 set UF’s season record for dual match doubles wins at the No. 2 position (22-3) … one singles title.
AS A JUNIOR (2006-07)
Awards: Singles All-American ... Advanced to the round of 32 (second round) of the NCAA Singles Championships … Rheau Stakeley Sportsmanship Award (team award) … First Team All-SEC.
Singles: Final Fila National Ranking: 17; Final ITA South Region Ranking: 4; Season-High National Ranking: 9 (Sept. 8) … played the No. 1 position in every dual match … six of her 14 singles losses were against either the No. 1 or 2-ranked opponent, including four to top-ranked and 2007 NCAA Singles Champion Audra Cohen of Miami ... blitzed past North Carolina’s 50th-ranked Sanaz Marand 6-1, 6-0 in the first round of the NCAA Singles Championships ... 13 of her 20 completed dual-match contests were versus ranked opponents, including each of her last nine, as she capped the dual match season with an impressive 6-3, 0-6, 7-5 win over UCLA’s 15th-ranked Riza Zalameda … was not involved in a clinching dual-match match … had a season-long three-match losing streak which included matches against Baylor’s 18th-ranked and 2005 NCAA Singles Champion Zuzana Zemenova 6-2, 6-2 in the NCAA Quarterfinals, a 5-7, 6-0, 6-3 loss to LSU’s No. 2-ranked Megan Falcon in the SEC Tournament quarterfinal round and a 6-4, 6-2 setback to Georgia’s No. 6-ranked Natalie Frazier in the tourney final … highest-ranked opponent defeated in dual matches was a 6-2, 6-4 win over Arkansas’ 25th-ranked Ela Kaluder … opened the dual match season with a 6-0, 6-0 win over Stetson’s Virginia Galbarini.
Doubles: Final Fila National Ranking: 21 (with Csilla Borsanyi) and 51 (with Megan Alexander); Final ITA South Region Ranking: 6 (with Borsanyi); Season-High National Ranking: 15 (with Borsanyi, April 30) … 17-3 in dual match action, teaming with Borsanyi (8-2 record) and Alexander (9-1) … began the season pairing with Alexander for the first 10 dual match pairings, posting a 9-1 record all at the No. 2 position, but partnered with Borsanyi in every dual match since … provided the clinching doubles-point wins in UF’s first two rounds of the NCAA Championships, including the 8-5 decision over USF’s Gabriela Duch and Jessica Sweeting after the other two matches had split results ... first teamed with Borsanyi at the No. 2 spot on March 23rd against Arkansas sparking a six-match win streak that included moving up to the No. 1 position and defeating four top-18-ranked opponents with the highest-ranked win coming against Kentucky’s 11th-ranked Kim Coventry and Joelle Schwenk, 8-3, that clinched the doubles point and sparked a 4-3 dual match victory … two days prior to win over the Wildcat pair was an 8-1 victory over Vanderbilt’s 18th-ranked Amanda Taylor and Amanda Fish, helping UF earn the 4-3 team triumph and defeat the Commodores in Nashville for the first time since April 1, 2000 … win streak halted in the final of the SEC Tournament, after Borsanyi and Srebrovic held a 5-1 lead but lost an 8-6 decision to Georgia’s 13th-ranked Yvette Hyndman and Darya Ivanov in the deciding doubles-point match … 6-1 in doubles-point clinching matches with Borsanyi and 4-0 with Alexander.
Singles: Preseason Fila National Ranking (Sept. 8): 9 … Fall ITA South Region Ranking (Dec. 8): 7 ... seven of the eight opponents faced were nationally ranked, posting a 4-3 record versus those foes … two of her three losses were to No. 1-ranked Audra Cohen of Miami, falling in the quarterfinal rounds of the Riviera All-American and the ITA National Indoors by scores of 6-4, 6-3 and 6-4, 6-2 … only other loss in the fall was a 5-7, 6-0, 6-3 match to Georgia Tech’s Whitney McCray in the ITA South Regional second round (round of 32) … opened the season with a hard-fought 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (4) win over California’s fifth-ranked Zsuzsanna Fodor in the first round of the Riviera and followed with a 6-1, 7-5 victory against Notre Dame’s 22nd-ranked Catrina Thompson.
Doubles: Preseason Fila National Ranking (Sept. 8): 38 (with Frangulyan) … Fall ITA South Region Ranking (Dec. 8): 8 (with Megan Alexander) ... paired with Frangulyan (3-1), Alexander (2-1) and Whitney Benik (0-1) … reached the quarterfinals of the ITA South Regional with Alexander earning a pair of wins to begin the event … with Frangulyan, topped USF’s 18th-ranked Gabriela Duch and Shadisha Robdinson 8-5 at the Gator Fall Classic, also reaching the round of 16 at the Riviera All-American Qualifying draw before an 8-6 loss to Duke’s 25th-ranked Daniela Bercek and Elizabeth Plotkin … with Benik dropped a hard-fought 9-8 (7-5) decision to Miami’s seventh-ranked Audra Cohen and Laura Vallerdu in the Gator Fall Classic.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2005-06)
Awards: Earned a bid into the NCAA Singles Championships ... SEC Tournament Most Valuable Performer ... First Team All-SEC (unanimous selection) … collected a team-high 37 singles wins
Singles: Final Fila National Ranking: 11 … Final ITA South Region Ranking: 3 ... Season-High National Ranking: 1 (January 10) …19-6 in dual matches (5-3 at No. 1 and 14-2 at No. 2), including a 9-2 record in SEC regular-season matches (at Nos. 1-2) …alternated with Alexis Gordon throughout the season at the No. 1 and No. 2 dual match positions … lost a hard-fought 6-3, 5-7, 6-2 decision to William & Mary’s 19th-ranked Megan Moulton-Levy in the first round of the NCAA Singles Championships ... earned a hard-fought 6-3, 7-6 (5) win over UCLA’s 54th-ranked Riza Zalameda in the NCAA quarterfinal round, rallying from a 3-0 double-mini-break deficit to collect the straight set win and give UF it’s first win of the dual match ... posted an impressive 6-0, 6-2 win over Samford’s Katie McMiller (May 12) in the NCAA first round to give UF a 3-0 lead ... provided the clinching victory in the SEC Tournament final with her 6-3, 6-1 win over Kentucky’s Lara Maurer (April 23) ... downed Tennessee’s Victoria Jones 6-0, 6-0 in the SEC Tournament semifinals for her third double-bagel of the season ... collected an impressive 6-1, 6-3 win in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals versus USC’s Natasa Vuckovic (April 21) ... her 6-0, 6-0 victory over Auburn’s Ashley Cowart (April 2) was her second double-bagel of the year… tallied the clinching victory over Duke with her 6-4, 6-1 score over 29th-ranked Jackie Carleton (March 28) … her tough 7-6 (5), 7-6 (5) loss to North Carolina’s Caitlin Collins (February 26) was the dual match clincher … 4-1 in clinching dual matches (North Carolina, LSU, Duke, Kentucky & Kentucky-SEC Final) … 0-4 in three-set matches.
Doubles: Final Fila National Ranking: none … Final ITA South Region Ranking: 13 (with Lolita Frangulyan) ... Season-High National Ranking: 8 (2005-06 Preseason with Jennifer Magley) … paired with Lolita Frangulyan for the entire dual match season, all at the No. 2 position ... the 8-4 win over Baylor’s Iva Mihaylova and Klara Zrustova not only clinched the doubles point in the NCAA quarterfinal round, it set a program season record for dual match wins by a No. 2 tandem ... lost the clinching match in the NCAA quarterfinal round 9-8 (0) to UCLA’s 47th-ranked Elizabeth Lumpkin and Alex McGoodwin after holding a 7-6 lead with the serve ... needed just 36 minutes to post an 8-1 win over South Florida’s Liz Cruz & Iciri Rai in the NCAA second round (May 13) ... secured the doubles point against Samford in the NCAA First Round ... clinched doubles point in the SEC quarterfinal and semifinal rounds ... Frangulyan and Srebrovic won the first six matches as a team before falling to Miami’s Dancevic and Banada 8-3 in the clinching doubles point … ripped off 13 consecutive victories following that setback, which included five clinching wins … the 13 straight wins was tied for the eighth longest by a Gator doubles team in history … 9-4 with Frangulyan in clinching doubles-point matches (South Florida, Texas, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Duke, Kentucky, South Carolina-SEC QF, Tennessee-SEC SF & Samford-NCAA 1R, UCLA-NCAA 3R, Baylor-NCAA QF & Stanford-NCAA SF) … 0-1 with Frangulyan in super-tiebreaker matches this spring.
Singles: Preseason National Ranking: 34 … ITA Fall South Region Rank: 2 …posted an impressive 17-2 record during the fall, highlighted by winning the ITA National Indoor Championships, taking all five matches in straight sets, including the 7-5, 6-4 battle against Stanford’s 13th-ranked Theresa Logar in the final and a 7-5, 6-1 decision in the semifinals over Stanford’s 10th-ranked Alice Barnes against whom she lost to 6-3, 6-4 in the round of 16 at the ITA/Riviera All-American Championships … only other loss in the fall was a 7-5, 1-6, 7-6 (8) decision to eighth-ranked Kristi Miller of Georgia Tech in the final of the ITA Southern Regional … upset Alabama’s fourth-ranked Robin Stephenson 6-3, 6-1 in the semifinals of the ITA Southern Regional … played her way through three rounds of qualifying to reach the main draw of the Riviera All-American … posted a 7-2 record against nationally ranked opponents.
Doubles: Preseason National Ranking: 8 (with Jennifer Magley) … ITA Fall South Region Rank: n/a … posted a 2-2 record with Jennifer Magley, a 2-1 record with Whitney Benik and a 2-0 record with Lolita Frangulyan during the fall … capped the fall season with Benik with an 8-6 win over 29th-ranked Ilona Somers and Virginia Tomatis in a non-draw match at the Southeastern Conference Coaches Fall Classic … reached the consolation final of the ITA/Riviera All-American Championships with Magley, falling to USF’s seventh-ranked Duch and Etienne 9-8 (3) after upsetting VCU’s fourth-ranked Borisolva and Yuferova 8-4 in the consolation semifinals.
PRIOR TO FLORIDA
Srebrovic transferred to the University of Florida in August 2005 after attending and competing for the University of Virginia during the 2004-05 season … played the No. 1 singles and doubles positions for UVA, finishing her freshman year season with a singles record of 20-4 and a doubles record of 17-7 … best win as a Cavalier was a 6-4, 7-6 victory over 20th-ranked Audra Falk of Vanderbilt … ended the 2004-05 season ranked No. 55 in singles, ranking a as high as No. 35 on April 5, 2005 … earned a career-high singles ranking of No. 270 in the Women’s Tennis Association Tour listings on November 3, 2003 and a No. 307 in doubles on July 21, 2003 … ranked as high as No. 15 in the ITF junior rankings … nine-time Canadian national champion … won five National Junior Champion titles … member of Canadian Junior Fed Cup and the Canadian Fed Cup … played in the Junior U.S. Open and the Junior Australian Open … two-time recipient of Tennis Canada Excellence Award for Most Improved Player.
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