Not only did she fail to qualify, but she hasn't won a set. In fact it was a double breadstick Don't get me wrong, but I actually hope she's injured, cause after 4 tournaments played she qualified for just one (and lost in R1), while losing in QR2 once and QR1 twice. A terrible start of the season.
Yup, her results lately aren't that good. In fact, her last worthy results were qualifying for Boca Raton 25k this January and reaching QF on a domestic 10k last October. Good thing she's not defending any points until early May, so hopefully she'll find some form in the meantime. There are a few consecutive tournaments in Egypt in the following weeks, and Tereza in on the lists for all of them.
She qualified for Giza 10k (I know..."qualified" and "10k" in the same sentence), and hasn't lost too many games on the way. She had a bye in QR1 and only had a tough match in QR4 (7:6, 6:3 against Zaniewska who's below #1000), with a double bagel in QR2 etc. In her first main draw match she beat #405 Nicole Riner in three, and plays Ana Timotic in R2 (#473, was #199 three years ago).
Tereza lost 6 and 5, but it's a good fight against a solid opposition. There are finally signs of good form for her this year. She's in the Cairo 25k quali draw, plays Krtickova (ranked 725, career high 711) in QR1. Hope she's not too tired from the last tourney.