I've attempted this in the past, but JollyRoger encourage I did so one more time.
is one of my favorite players in the WTA, I like her attitude and game, and best of all she's a Puertorican, just like me.
Here is some information about Kristina:
- Winner (1 WTA Tour):
2003 - ITF/Charlottesville-USA, ITF/Surbiton-GBR, ITF/College Park-USA, ITF/Louisville-USA, ITF/Peachtree City-USA, ITF/Albuquerque-USA, ITF/Troy-USA;
1999 - 's-Hertogenbosch, ITF/Salt Lake City-USA;
1998 - ITF/Clearwater-USA, ITF/Phoenix-USA, ITF/Peachtree City-USA, ITF/Austin-USA;
1994 - ITF/Indianapolis-USA.
ADDITIONAL: Puerto Rican Fed Cup Team 2003
Career High In Singles: 27th
Career Win/Loss Record: 361-254
- professional tennis player
Kristina Brandi is a top WTA professional tennis player from Florida. She has been ranked in the top 50, with a ranking high of #27.
A right-handed player with a two-handed backhand, Brandi has won WTA & ITF tournaments and has reached the finals of many more. Her Grand Slam record includes two rounds at the US OPEN, the FRENCH OPEN, and the round of 16's (4th rounds) of both the AUSTRALIA OPEN and WIMBLEDON. Kristina is the winner of the grass court pre-Wimbledon event, The Heineken Trophy in the Netherlands where she beat players in the top ten of the world to capture the title.
ITF wins in the United States include: Peachtree City, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Austin, Indianapolis, and Clearwater. Her victories have included Jelena Dokic, Amanda Coetzer, Elena Likhovtseva, Amy Frazier, Elena Bovina, Franchesca Schiavone, and Anne Kremer.
Kristina describes herself as "fortunate and goal oriented." Her pet peeves are "rude people and bad attitudes." Her favorite sports other than tennis are ice skating and professional hockey. Kristina writes for cnnsi.com
and enjoys public speaking to motivate children in schools.