WTA Hertogenbosch 06/11 12:30 25 [150] Elizabeth Mandlik v Celine Naef [161] 6-7,6-1,4-6
WTA Hertogenbosch 06/09 09:00 19 [138] Elizabeth Mandlik v Zeynep Sonmez [163] 6-1,6-4
WTA Hertogenbosch 06/08 10:45 45 [138] Elizabeth Mandlik v Amanda Anisimova [231] 3-6,6-3,6-2
ITF W100 Surbiton 06/06 12:00 26 [85] Greet Minnen v Elizabeth Mandlik [138] 6-2,6-2
ITF W100 Surbiton 06/04 10:00 25 [123] Daria Snigur v Elizabeth Mandlik [138] 6-7,6-7
French Open Women 05/20 10:55 14 [249] Sinja Kraus v Elizabeth Mandlik [142] 7-6,3-6,6-4
WTA Rome 05/06 11:35 14 [142] Elizabeth Mandlik v Anna Bondar [95] 4-6,6-4,2-6
WTA Lleida 05/02 14:35 26 [23] Emma Navarro v Elizabeth Mandlik [123] 6-4,6-1
WTA Lleida 05/01 11:10 25 [123] Elizabeth Mandlik v Claire Liu [115] 6-1,6-3
WTA Madrid 04/23 09:00 15 [123] Elizabeth Mandlik v Varvara Gracheva [91] 1-6,1-6
WTA Madrid 04/22 10:10 14 [147] Jessika Ponchet v Elizabeth Mandlik [123] 4-6,2-6
WTA Madrid 04/22 09:35 14 Nadia Podoroska v Elizabeth Mandlik CANC

Wikipedia - Elizabeth Mandlik

Elizabeth Hana Mandlik (born 19 May 2001) is an American tennis player. She is the daughter of Grand Slam tennis champion Hana Mandlíková.

Mandlik has career-high rankings by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) of 97 in singles and 187 in doubles, achieved on 19 June 2023 and 7 November 2022, respectively. She has won seven singles titles and three doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit.


2019: WTA Tour debut

Mandlik made her WTA Tour main-draw debut at the 2019 Luxembourg Open in the doubles tournament, partnering Katie Volynets.

2022: First WTA Tour match win, top 125 debut

Ranked No. 240, Mandlik qualified for the main draw and earned her first WTA tournament win at the Silicon Valley Classic, defeating Alison Riske-Amritraj in straight sets. In the second round, she took world No. 4 and second seed Paula Badosa to three sets, losing in a final set tiebreaker. As a result, she moved 60 positions into the top 200, at world No. 181 in the rankings.

Mandlik won the US Open Wildcard Challenge to enter the women's singles tournament where she made her major main-draw debut, 33 years after her mother last played in the US Open. Mandlíková became the first US Open women's singles champion in the Open era to have a daughter also play the US Open. Mandlik reached the second round of the US Open, defeating Tamara Zidansek in three sets, in the first round, and losing to eventual finalist Ons Jabeur, in straight sets, in the second.

2023: Australian Open and top 100 debuts

She made her debut at the Australian Open as a lucky loser.

At the Nottingham Open, she qualified for the main draw and defeated Viktoriya Tomova in a third set tiebreak for her first tour-level grass-court win. As a result she reached the top 100 in the singles rankings. She became the fifth American to reach this milestone and the ninth female player overall for the season.