Winner (2 WTA Tour): 2004 - Quebec City; 2002 - Hobart; 1999 - ITF/Ettenheim-GER; 1998 - ITF/Valasske Mezi-CZE; 1997 - ITF/Cluj-ROM 2.
Finalist (3): 2004 - Budapest, Guangzhou; 2001 - Bratislava.
Semifinalist (2): 2002 - Helsinki; 2001 - Quebec City.
Quarterfinalist (4): 2004 - Estoril; 2002 - Budapest; 2001 - Casablanca; 2000 - Kuala Lumpur.
Slovak Fed Cup Team 2002, 2004. Slovak Olympic Team 2004.
CAREER IN REVIEW
1996 - Played first ITF Circuit events, reaching SF at ITF/Cluj-ROM
1997 - Won first singles title at ITF/Cluj 2-ROM
1998 - Reached three ITF Circuit finals, winning ITF/Valasske Mezi-CZE; improved season-ending ranking 404 spots to No. 271
1999 - Made Tour debut at Budapest as a qualifier; won ITF/Ettenheim-GER
2000 - Reached first Tour QF at Kuala Lumpur as a qualifier; reached 2r at Luxembourg and Bratislava (as a qualifier); also qualified for Knokke-Heist and reached final qualifying round at Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open
2001 - Made debut at all four Grand Slams, reaching 2r at Roland Garros (breaking into Top 100 on June 11 at No. 99) and 3r at US Open; reached career-first Tour SF at Quebec City (saving mp to d. world No. 15 Farina in 2r for first Top 20 win) then advanced to first Tour singles final as a qualifier at Bratislava (l. to Grande); also reached Casablanca QF; first Top 100 finish at No. 66
2002 - Won career-first Tour singles title at Hobart (d. Medina Garrigues in final); reached career-high ranking of No. 37 on April 22; posted best Grand Slam result, reaching Australian Open 4r; reached Wimbledon 2r for first time, l. to No. 11 seed Hantuchova; as last-minute replacement, made Fed Cup debut, clinched Slovakia’s QF victory over France (d. Dechy); reached SF at Helsinki, (l. to eventual champion Kuznetsova 75 third set); after 1r exit at Bahia, did not play for two months; non-playing member of victorious Slovak Fed Cup team that defeated Italy in SF and Spain in final to win its first title
2003 - Qualified for Indian Wells, Warsaw, Wimbledon, Shanghai and Philadelphia; on ITF Circuit, won $25,000 ITF/Grado-ITA and semifinalist at $75,000 ITF/Dubai-UAE; third consecutive Top 100 finish at No. 89 after falling as low as No. 121 on April 28 and August 25
2004 - Career-best finish, winning second and biggest career Tour title; as unseeded No.80 at Quebec City, upset No.6 seed Schaul 63 60 in 2r en route to final, then d. qualifier Spears in 3s to win first Tier III title; runner-up at Budapest (best win of season vs. No.34 Mandula en route, l. to Jankovic) and Guangzhou (l. to qualifier N.Li); of three 2004 Tour finals between two unseeded players, Sucha was in two (Guangzhou and Quebec City); also reached QF at Estoril (l. in 3s to Cohen-Aloro); 3r at Indian Wells (d. No.41 Loit en route, l. to Frazier); at Olympics, l. in 1r of singles and doubles (w/Kurhajcova); went 0-1 in 3-2 Fed Cup 1r loss to Austria (l. to Schett)
2005 IN DETAIL
JANUARY - Started season with victory against No.7 seed Vento-Kabchi at Auckland before suffering setback against Panova in 2r; fell to Peschke in 1r at Hobart; recorded 1r win vs. No.16 seed Sugiyama at Australian Open by fell to Linetskaya in 2r.
FEBRUARY - As No.4 seed in Memphis, fell to Morigami in 1r.
Physical trainer is Tomas Kampmiller...Father, Henrich Suchy, a doctor, has taken a sabbatical to travel with Martina on the tour; mother, Margita Sucha, is a sports doctor; brother, Marek Suchy, is a student and plays ice hockey...In her spare time likes to shop, listen to music, read (favorite authors are M.E. Remarque and W. Saroyan)...Favorite movies are Trainspotting and American Beauty; favorite television show is The Simpsons.